VERONA - Middleton won the Division One team title and Edgewood won Division Two at the WIAA State Girls Golf Championship at University Ridge Tuesday.
Middleton (651) won its first girls state championship since 2015.
Brookfield Central (664) was second and Kettle Moraine (665) was third. Waunakee (702) finished fifth.
Bay Port's Jo Baranczyk won her second straight individual championship in Division One with a two-day score of 149 (+5).
Stoughton's Myranda Kotlowski finished in a tie for fifth individually at 153.
Edgewood won its 15th state girls golf championship and second in a row.
The Crusaders (702) cruised past Prescott (773) and St. Croix Central (790).
Edgewood's Grace Welch added an individual title to her team championship, shooting a two-day total of 158 (+14).
Prescott's Ava Salay finished a distant second at 166.
Edgewood's Caitlyn Hegenbarth tied for eighth at 175 while Lakeside Lutheran's Maya Heckmann and Edgewood's Anaka Leske tied for 11th at 182.
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