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Medal winners at the WIAA Division 1 Boys State Golf Tournament in Madison June 3-4 include, from left, PJ Clemins of Cedarburg (tie 2nd), Ryan Hughes of Cedarburg (tie 5th), Ben Skogen of Onalaska (tie 5th), Kaylor Steger of Oak Creek (tie 5th), Garrett Loomis of River Falls (tie 5th), Eddie Wajda of Brookfield Central (tie 2nd), Henry Klongland of Stoughton (tie 2nd) and champion RJ Budd of Sauk Prairie.

Loomis ties for 5th state golf

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River Falls junior Garrett Loomis moved up seven spots on the second day of the WIAA Division 1 Boys' State Golf Tournament in Madison Tuesday to finish in a tie for fifth place with a two-day total of 148.

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Loomis cut two strokes off his first-day score of 75 at University Ridge Golf Course to card a 73 on Tuesday and bring home a fifth place medal. He was tied for 12th place after Monday's first round.

RJ Budd of Sauk Prairie won the state individual title with a total score of 143. Three individuals tied for second at 146 while Loomis was one of four players who tied for fifth with 148 to round out the top eight medal winners.

Wildcat senior Joe Bodahl tied for 53rd place with a two-day score of 162.

Loomis is the first Wildcat medal winner at the boys' state golf tournament since Tyler Obermueller finished fourth in 2005.

See the June 13 print edition of the River Falls Journal for more on this story.

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Bob Burrows
Bob Burrows has been sports editor at the River Falls Journal since 1996 and at the Hudson Star-Observer since 2009. Prior to joining the Journal, Burrows served as sports editor with Ledger Publications in Balsam Lake, Wis. A native of Bayonne, N.J. and a U.S. Navy veteran, Burrows attended Marquette University before completing his studies at UW-River Falls in 1992.
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