What a difference a week can make. Back on Aug. 30, Alicia Stuber struggled in shooting a 62 at a Coulee Conference golf match held at the Ettrick Golf Course hosted by G-E-T. Just one week later, on Thursday, Sept. 6, Stuber shaved 15 strokes off that score, firing a 47.

The career-low round placed the Viroqua High School sophomore in fourth place individually, just three strokes off the pace of meet medalist Lexie Kiedrowski of G-E-T, who finished with a 44. The Arcadia duo of Jenna Thomas and Riley Haines also finished just ahead of Stuber, carding scores of 45 and 46 respectively.

What is impressive about Stuber’s round is that she scuffled to a triple-bogey 7 on the par 4 first hole, but then rebounded to score pars on holes two and nine and averaged single bogey golf over the final eight holes.

Emilie Brose with a 58, April Roth with a 65 and Grace Scott’s 71 rounded out the Westby/Viroqua team score card.

Stuber led the Westby/Viroqua co-op team to a fourth-place finish with a team score of 241. Arcadia walked away with team honors with a 189, followed by G-E-T with a 194, BRF 215, Viroqua 241 and Blair-Taylor 260.

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