Parkview golfer hits hole-in-one

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Photo submitted Parkview's Madi Vine hit a hole-in-one on the second hole in the Vikings' meet at Bass Creek Monday.

FOOTVILLE, Wis. - Parkview senior Madi Vine spiced Monday's Trailways South Conference match at Bass Creek by shooting a hole-in-one on the par-3 second hole during the first nine-hole round of the mini meet.

Vine played a knockdown pitching wedge into a strong wind from 105 yards to record her first ace in WIAA play and her second ace overall.

In the first nine hole round of the mini meet, a combined team of Abundand Life Christian School and Madison Country Day School won with a score of 157. Parkview was second with 172, followed by Palmyra-Eagle (187) and Williams Bay (195).

Vine shot 37 to lead the Vikings and tie James Rollins of ALCS/MCDS. The Vikings' Trey Oswald was at 42 and Isaiah Jester at 55.

In the second nine, Parkview won with a 156 score as Oswald, a freshman, shot a 1-under 35. Vine was at 37, Jester at 41 and Tyler Oswald at 43.

MCDS/ALCS was second at 159, followed by Williams Bay (176) and Palmyra-Eagle (184).

• BASEBALL: HONONEGAH 5, BELVIDERE 1: The Hononegah baseball team stayed perfect in NIC-10 Conference play, improving to 7-0 with a victory over Belvidere Monday.

The Indians trailed 1-0 heading into the bottom of the third inning, but scored three times in the third and twice more in the fourth to take command of the game.

Zach Whalen picked up the win on the mound, while Tyler Statler went 2-for-3 at the plate.

Hononegah will play at Belvidere Wednesday afternoon.

• SOCCER: BELOIT MEMORIAL 0, WHITEWATER 0: Meghan Drucker notched her third shutout of the season, but the Knitro couldn't dent the back of the net either in a lightning-shortened game Monday in Whitewater.

The teams waited 40 minutes before the game was called with five minutes left to play in the second half.

"It was a back and forth game that saw both teams having ample opportunities to score or put the ball in dangerous places throughout the evening," Knitro coach Brian Denu said. "Drucker made a few big saves but did even better coming out and winning 50/50 balls in her box to keep the clean sheet."

The Knitro hosts La Follette Tuesday night.

• HONONEGAH 2, BOYLAN 2: The weather also wreaked havoc in Rockton, with the Indians' and Titans ending up being suspended with the game in the first overtime.

The teams will complete the match at 5:30 p.m. in Rockton with 2:25 left in the first OT.

The Indians took an early lead on a goal by Breanna Culver, while Boylan tied the game in the 28th minute.

Hononegah senior Julia Barenbaum scored to make it 2-1 near the end of the first half, but the Titans scored the only goal in the second half to send the game to overtime.

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