The Notre Dame girls golf team is in fifth place after a team score of 344 strokes after Monday's first round at the state golf tournament at University Ridge Golf Course in Verona.
Jessie Staed led Notre Dame and all area players with a 78. Staed, tied for eighth place, opened with a 38 on the back nine (her front nine) and then shot 40 on the front nine. She started and finished her round with double bogey and in between was just two-over par.
Staed is nine shots off the individual lead of 3-under par set by Verona's Jessica Reinecke who carded a 69.
Other Notre Dame scores were: Jacque Staed with an 81, Katle Balison with a 90 and Sarah Smilanich and Stephanie Staed each shot 95.
Team-wise, Arrowhead leads by nine shots over Middleton. Arrowhead shot a 314, while Middleton finished with a 323.
Also in Division 1 , Green Bay Preble's Maddy Neumeier is tied for 10th place after shooting an 81.
Kimberly is in 11th place after shooting a 387.
In Division 2, Fox Valley Lutheran is in second place after firing a 352. It is 20 shots behind Edgewood, which finished with a 332.
FVL was led by Kayla Priebe's 80, while Noelle Kroepp shot an 88, Megan Glaser a 90, Trystin Kluess a 94 and Morgan Meyer a 109.
The final round of the tournament is Tuesday.
For Day 1 results click this link: http://www.wiaawi.org/Sports/GirlsGolf.aspx
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