Tremper junior Cameron Huss and Franklin senior Nolan Ruffing were on a different level at Tuesday’s Southeast Conference Mini Meet at Petrifying Springs Golf Course.
The two tied for medalist honors, both with a round of 37, to lead the pack.
Franklin won the meet with a team score of 164, followed by Tremper and Indian Trail with a 177, Racine Horlick with a 183, Racine Case with a 185 and Oak Creek with a 192.
Bradford and Racine Park had incomplete team scores.
Finishing behind Huss for the Trojans were Steven Spizzirri (43), Finley Johnson (47), Dylan Buss (50) and Devon Conforti (53).
Dylan Moore led Indian Trail with a 42, followed by Max Winslow (43), Tyler Fisel (46), Alex Martin (46) and Logan Dempsey (51).
Bradford’s top score of 48 was turned in by Alec Ruffolo, followed by John Mauser (49) and Mitchell Swanson (58).
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Central’s Paul Lynch shot a 76 (37-39) to lead the Falcons to fourth in the team standings at Twin Lakes Country Club.
Finishing behind Lynch for the Falcons, who had a team score of 355, were Bryce Drier with an 86 (46-40), Will Cavener with a 96 (50-46), Trent Stueber with a 97 (47-50) and Nolan Bruni with a 98 (50-48).
Wilmot was led by Devin Spath’s 86 (42-44), followed by Jared Epping with a 96 (50-46), Jaret Ketterhagen with a 97 (52-45), Evan Hahn with a 100 (52-48) and Ryan Vazquez with a 107 (54-53).
The Panthers were sixth with a team score of 379. Lake Geneva Badger won the meet with a 310, followed by Waterford with a 338 and Union Grove with a 343.
Indian Trail 3,
Racine Park 0
The visiting Hawks held a 2-0 halftime lead and added a late goal to complete the SEC shutout and improve to 5-2-1 overall and 2-0-1 in conference play.
Caroline Kenefick put Indian Trail on the scoreboard just two minutes into the contest off an assist by Carissa Kiehl. Amara Thompkins scored an unassisted goal in the 42nd minute, followed by the final score by Kate Clady off an assist by Alexija Romanovic.
Indian Trail enjoyed a 35-7 advantage in shots on goal. Goalie Chloe Masi finished with four saves.
“We have some habits that we need to clean up if we hope to continue to improve,” Indian Trail coach Drew Baker said.
Racine Horlick 0
The host Trojans finally found some scoring in an SEC shutout at Ameche Field.
Brooke Clements notched a hat trick, Lauren McKeon had two goals and two assists, Ayana Rocha added a goal and an assist and Haley Leadingham assisted on two goals.
Tremper coach Todd Hardy said his team has outplayed virtually everyone this season, but the Trojans have just had trouble scoring goals.
“We finally kind of found our scoring foot,” said Hardy, whose team improved to 3-5-1 overall and 1-1-1 in the SEC. “This past weekend and into today, all other aspects of the game we’ve played really well.”
Oak Creek 1
Kate Brown scored on an Ally Slomkowski assist in the fourth minute, Sophie Loeffler scored on Leah Klemp’s helper in the 18th and the host Red Devils held on for the SEC win.
Ranked No. 8 in Division-1 in the latest WisSports.net state coaches poll, Bradford heads into its spring break 8-1 overall and 3-0 in the SEC.
“Tough game today, but we found our way through it,” said Bradford coach David Naylor, who also cited the play of Anika Katt and Mia Prince.
Boys and girls track
The St. Joseph boys won two events, while the girls had one first-place finish, as both teams placed fourth overall.
Winning events for the St. Joseph boys were the 400-meter relay team of Anthony Scroggins, Braedon Peterson, Dominic Stancato and Christopher Catunao (47.19) and Haifeng Chen in the triple jump (39-11).
Finishing first for the St. Joseph girls was Alexis Mattox in the discus (96-2).
Mattox also was second in the shot put (31-11).
Also finsihing second were the boys 800-meter relay team of Scroggins, Peterson, Stancato and Catunao (1:37.27); the 1,600-meter team of Bryan Leconte, Catunao, Israel Mondragon and Val Iaquinta (3:45.76); and Leconte in the 400 (56.6).
The St. Joseph boys finished with 65 points, while the girls had 35. Elkhorn won the boys title with 159 points and the girls with 170.
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