Preparing and Inspiring Every Student to Succeed in Life and Contribute to an Ever-Changing World
JANESVILLE—Torrential rain on Friday morning caused the second day of the Tri-City Invitational golf tournament to only last four holes before it was stopped.
The four holes at Glen Erin were used as a tiebreaker for medals and allowed Beloit Memorial senior Griffin Oberneder to finish in first place in the tournament.
Griffin shot a 74 on Friday. Kai Wong had an 82, Liam Flanaganan 86 and Conner Churchill a 99.
Janesville Craig won the team title with a 321 score for the first day.
The team scores reverted back to the first day when the Knights were at 341. Janesville Craig shot 321, Fort Atkinson 323 and Janesville Parker 360.
Source: Beloit Daily News