Athlete Profile: Kaylee Sadowski

Oconto Falls golfer striving for big finish to high school career

After a strong finish to the 2019 season, Oconto Falls High School’s Kaylee Sadowski is hoping for a memorable ending to her golf career.

Sadowski capped her junior season by advancing to sectionals, and is hoping to get the chance to accomplish the same feat this fall in her senior season.

The senior has gotten her final season off to a strong start, leading the Panthers in their first two matches.

Sadowski fired a nine-hole round of 50 at a North Eastern Conference match against Little Chute on Aug. 26. In the team’s season-opening NEC match on Aug. 24 against Luxemburg-Casco, Sadowski carded a round of 47.

Q: When did your interest in golf begin?

A: Eighth grade is when I first started showing interest in golf when my dad (Keith) took me to the range.

Q: What is your favorite part about the golf season?

A: Being able to meet new girls from different teams and becoming friends in the offseason.

Q: What kind of individual goals have you set for yourself this fall?

A: With my game I am working to be more consistent with shooting into the lower/higher 40s, along with making it to sectionals again. I also am working on keeping my head up high under the circumstances sports are in.

Q: As a senior, how will you help serve as a leader for the rest of the team?

A: With under the circumstances everyone is in, my goal as the leader is to keep everyone’s attitude as best they can be and just have fun.

Q: Talk about your preparation for the golf season.

A: This summer, to help me prepare for success I have been golfing at least three times a week at many courses along with my friends and teammates.

Q: What’s your favorite memory of competing on the Oconto Falls golf team?

A: My favorite memory is making it to sectionals and a group of my friends coming to watch!

Q: What are you going to miss most about high school golf?

A: Everything! I love everything about golf — going to meets, practice, meeting new people, and of course stopping to eat.

Q: Name one thing about yourself that not many people know.

A: I want to become a delivery nurse and attend UW-Oshkosh.

Q: What’s the greatest piece of advice you have ever been told?

A: “Don’t sweat the small stuff.”


Athlete: Kaylee Sadowski

Sport: Golf

School: Oconto Falls High School

Year: Senior