Marshfield’s Shah, Jensen earn honors as Wisconsin Valley Conference Girls Golf Tournament wraps up
Tigers finish third at final meet, duo named second-team all-WVC
By Paul Lecker
MARATHON — Marshfield’s Roma Shah and Isabelle Jensen each earned second-team all-conference honors after finishing in the top 10 in the final standings of the Wisconsin Valley Conference Girls Golf Tournament, which concluded with the seventh leg on Monday at Pine Valley Golf Course.
Shah shot a 50 to finish eighth, and Jensen tied teammate Morgan Meyer for 11th with a 55 in the final meet of the tournament. As a result, Shah ended up sixth and Jensen 10th in the final individual standings.
All seven tournaments ended the same with Stevens Point first, D.C. Everest second, Marshfield third, and Wisconsin Rapids fourth. Point’s Abby Nickel was meet medalist on Monday with a 44 and ended up as the overall individual champion as well.
Marshfield had a score of 222. Anna Weis and Leia Linzmeier rounded out the Tigers’ scoring Monday with 62s.
Marshfield will compete in the WIAA Division 1 regional tournament at Stevens Point Country Club on Wednesday.
(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)
Wisconsin Valley Conference Girls Golf Tournament
Meet No. 7, Sept. 25, at Pine Valley Golf Course, Marathon
Team scores: 1. Stevens Point 190; 2. D.C. Everest 195; 3. Marshfield 222; 4. Wisconsin Rapids 254.
Top 10 and Marshfield finishers: 1. Abby Nickel (SP) 44; 2. Claire Tomczik (DC) 46; 3. Kaylee Hintz (SP) 48; 4. Lauren Witvcki (DC), Krista Koenig (DC), Jessica Barber (SP) and Ally Nickel (SP) 49; 8. Romah Shah (MAR) 50; 9. Jenny Kehoe (DC) and Allison Kovatch (SP) 51; 11. Morgan Meyer (MAR) and Isabelle Jensen (MAR) 55; 16. Anna Weis (MAR) and Leia Linzmeier (MAR) 62.
Final overall standings
Team standings: 1. Stevens Point 28; 2. D.C. Everest 21; 3. Marshfield 14; 4. Wisconsin Rapids 7.
First-team all-WVC: 1. Abby Nickel 46; 2. Jessica Barber (SP) 40; 3. Ally Nickel (SP) 35; 4. Claire Tomczik (DC) 31; 5. Kaylee Hintz (SP) 27.
Second-team all-WVC: 6. Roma Shah (MAR) 20; 7. Allison Kovatch (SP) 18; 8. Lauren Witvcki (DC) 12; 9. Olivia Fernstaedt (DC) 10; 10. Isabelle Jensen (MAR) 10.
Third-team all-WVC: 11. Jenny Kehoe (DC) and Krista Koenig (DC) 7; 13. Madison Strangfeld (WR) 6; 14. Leah Earnest (SP) 4; 15. Abby Wangen (WR) 2.