It was his last chance. He had come up just short three years in a row and it was now or never for Sauk Prairie High School senior R.J. Budd, who would have no more opportunities to qualify for the WIAA Division 1 state tournament after this year.
The wet weather that soaked the area this spring put the Baraboo High School boys golf team behind schedule, just like everyone else.
MADISON — Bogeys on two of his first three holes. Another bogey on his sixth hole. And a double-bogey on his eighth.
Sauk Prairie High School senior R.J. Budd steps onto the University Ridge Golf Course today for second day of the WIAA Division 1 boys state golf tournament.
MADISON — The first day of the WIAA State Golf Tournament came to a close on Monday, and sitting right at the very top of the leaderboard was Sauk Prairie High School’s own R.J. Budd.
SPRING GREEN — Through last summer, through the long, agonizing winter and now through the spring, sophomore Nate Satina and seniors Nick Satina, Brady Ohlin and Nick Palen had to endure the lasting pain of barely missing out on last season’s WIAA state boys golf tournament.
MIDDLETON — R.J. Budd kept his quest to qualify for the WIAA Division 1 State golf meet alive on May 21 after tying for third place in the Middleton Regional at Pleasant View Golf Course.
SPARTA — It was a “bittersweet” day at the WIAA Division Sparta Sectional for the Baraboo High School boys golf team, according to coach Landon Brownell.
Lodi sophomore Adam Miller shot a 3-over-par 75, finishing him in second place overall at Tuesday’s Division 2 Evansville sectional, and good enough to earn himself a spot at next week’s WIAA state golf tournament at University Ridge.
ARKDALE — Despite another couple of days of bad weather and the stops and starts that come with it, Wisconsin Dells High School senior golfer Sean Kendall emerged from the pack Tuesday to keep his season alive.