SPASH girls golf advances to state for first time since 2019
EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WSAW) - SPASH girls golf is going to state for the first time since 2019 after placing second in the Hudson sectional.
SPASH shot a 368 in the competition, taking second place by one stroke. The Panthers were paced by reigning state champion Riley Pechinski, who shot a 72 to take first place in the sectional by six strokes.
Behind Pechinski was Ava Fredricksen, who shot a 90. Clare Viau had a score of 97, Skyler Millan added a 109, and Crystal Wisinski shot a 119.
SPASH will travel to the University Ridge in Madison, where they will compete in a two-day event on Oct. 10 and 11.
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