Brookfield Central got a step up on Marquette in the third Greater Metro Conference mini-meet at Westmoor Country Club on Monday, winning the conference tournament for the second time this season.
The Lancers shot a 152, to beat out the Hilltoppers (158) by six strokes.
Eddie Wajda shot an even par 36 and was the meet's medalist.
Kevin Coakley had a 38, Jack Wartman and Eric Schleicher each turned in a 39 and Eric Anderson had a 40.
"It was very impressive," Central coach Brian Scrobel said. "The guys just stepped up."
Varsity Reserve coach Dan Wandrey's troops also had a good day, winning the event and shooting 155. Noah Olander and Matt Maust led the way with a pair of 36's.
The Lancers moved up to fourth in the Wisconsin Golf Coaches Association poll, behind Onalaska, Arrowhead and Middleton. Rounding out the top 10 are Homestead, Marquette, Catholic Memorial, Holmen, Madison Memorial and Madison Edgewood.
Central finished second in Division 2 at the Lake Country Charity Invitational on Saturday at Erin Hills and the event had a special meaning for the Lancers.
The event raised money for the MACC Fund and the Lancers have one of their own battling cancer.
"Emily Oberst, an eighth-grader, is undergoing treatment at Children's Hospital," Scrobel said. "She will be on our girls team in the fall. Having someone like Emily in the Brookfield Central family is nice and it helped us focus even more to understand what this event is about."
Because of bad weather conditions, the event was stopped after nine holes and the players were scored by how many strokes over par they were. Onalaska won with a 23-over par score, while Central was second at 26.
Wajda was the medalist for the day with an even par.
"Out of 144 golfers, that was a huge accomplishment," Scrobel said. "Anderson was six over, Wartman eight over and Coakley 11 over. We need to feel good and celebrate their hard work through the year."
The Lancers finished ninth out of 16 teams at the Onalaska Invitational on Friday at the La Crosse Country Club.
Central shot a 331, led by Wajda's 71. Anderson had an 83, Coakley 84, Wartman 88 and Schleicher 90.
For the first time in their history the Lancers won the annual Lancers Skins Invitational on April 25, shooting a 303 to nip Marquette by one stroke. That score was the fourth-best in school history.
Wartman and Schleicher each shot a 74 to lead the Lancers. Wajda (77) and Anderson (78) also contributed to the team's total and Olander shot an 84. Watertown (40), Menomonee Falls (35) and Central (30) led the Skins winners. The Lancers' varsity reserve finished 14th with a 342.
"It was a huge win since seven of the top 10 teams in state were there," Scrobel said. "After finishing second to Marquette in the second mini-meet, it was good to see us regroup with a good practice the next day and then play well at the Skins Invite."
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