Weber leads after first day of WSGA Mid-Am

Joe Weber of Onalaska fired a seven-under-par 65 to take the first-day lead at the WSGA Mid-Amateur Championship, being played at The Legend at Bergamont in Oregon, Wis.
The two-day event, being played Sept. 11-12, is a statewide 36-hole championship open to amateur players age 25 and older.
Jim Walkley of Onalaska and Jake Dunn of Trempealeau both fired two-over 74s, good enough for shares of 22nd place.
Other local golfers and their first-round scores include:
Michael Drugan of Holmen, 76.
Tony Roberts of West Salem, 77.
Montana Stewart of Onalaska, 79.
Marcus Williamson of Holmen, 86.
Weber is a two-time winner of the La Crosse County Amateur Golf Championship. Last week, he fell short of qualifying for the USGA Mid-Amateur Championship, to be played in October in Atlanta.