In a solid week for the Cedarburg girls golf team, the Bulldogs captured second place in the North Shore Conference Tournament and fifth at the Hartford Invitational.
Team captain Anna Reisinger enjoyed a good week as well, shooting an 81 to claim fifth place individually at the Hartford meet on Sept. 23.
"This was one of the most special rounds I have seen," coach Curtis Bentley said. "With a couple of better bounces and dryer conditions, she would have been at 73 or 74. That's how well she played."
Bentley said Reisinger has been a key contributor all season for Cedarburg.
"This team was glued together by one person who took her job as captain very seriously and continued to lead and teach the team by personal example and by providing true leadership and organization," Bentley said.
Reisinger's round enabled Cedarburg to finish fifth with 377 shots at Hartford even though top player Lauren Janza was unavailable that day.
"On a wet, sloppy day, we fought through the conditions and the course to take fifth," the coach said.
Earlier last week, the Bulldogs shot 364 for second place in the North Shore Tournament at Washington County Golf Course on Sept. 20. They trailed Homestead (339), just as they had in each of the five NSC mini-meets this season, and they were well ahead of third-place Whitefish Bay's 395.
Reisinger fired an 85 to lead the Bulldogs and jump to seventh place in the conference (45.3 stroke average), earning second-team all-North Shore honors. Janza shot a 90 to move from fifth place to fourth (43.7) and make the all-conference first team for the second straight season.
Annika Jahr carded 92 and took the eighth spot (46.2), making second-team all-North Shore. Maddie Wilke shot 97 and Camille Neuberger 108.
Cedarburg will compete in a WIAA Division 1 regional at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 29, at Western Lakes Golf Club.