Triton's girls' golf team traveled to Somerby last week when Shelby Maloney finished in a tie for seventh place, just out of the medals with a 97.
"Conditions were a little tough on an already tough course," coach Joe Hansen said. "For the girls there isn't a tougher course they play all year. It's a good test for us to prepare for the end of the year."
Mikayla Courteau shot a 118; Courtney Streiff, 121; McKenna Jennings, 147; for a team score of 483.
The boys team played at home at the Dodge Country Club on Thursday.
Noah Woxland led the Triton team with a 101. Rhylan Peterson had 113, Logan Krupa 119; Deacon Schlichting 124 and Kaleb Strom 135.
"We couldn't have asked for a better day to play," Hensen said. "The crew at Dodge Country Club did a super job getting the course set up.
"It was an almost perfect day for golf," he said. "Some of the boys played really well and definitely took advantage of the opportunity on our home course. Hopefully they can continue to gain experience in these big matches and be ready for the future."