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AREA GOLF

Issue Date: April 26, 2017

Bulldogs Top M&O; Marines Third at NEC Meet

Bulldogs Win M&O 9-Hole Match at Parkway

Peshtigo won the M&O Conference 9-hole golf match hosted by Coleman on Monday, April 24, besting the home team by eight strokes.

Peshtigo shot 172 as a team. The Bulldogs had three of the competition's top five golfers. Bryce Jacobson and Trent Carriveau each shot a 40, tied with Coleman's Casey Casper for the best on the day. "Trying to make the ball stop on the greens was nearly impossible today. Shooting a 40 is a pretty good score," said Jacobson. Tyler Lund was tied for fourth of the 38 golfers competing with a 43. Dylon Gilligan shot a 49 for 14th place and Ty Davis was 33rd with a 58.

The players saw the importance of the competition in the M&O Confernce. Lund said "It is very important. I'm glad we got off to a good start."

Carriveau said of the day, "It helped us get a good lead to try and win the conference as a team and as individuals."

Pete Kretz was not completely satisfied with the win, however, saying "the team played OK today, but we need to get closer to the 160 team score. The back nine at Parkway is tight and we still had too many big numbers on holes."

He continued, saying "If we can turn the triple bogies into bogies, the score of 160 could be accomplished. We have three of the top four scores. If we can continue to do that, we will be tough to beat."

All five of Coleman's golfers shot a 50 or better, and they finished with a 180. Casper shot a 40 to tie for the top spot, while the Cougars also had the sixth, seventh and eighth best scores of the day. Cody Van Hoff shot a 46 for sixth, while Nathan Woulf and Garrett Johnson each shot a 47. Tyler Salesky carded a 50 to finish 15th.

The day's third best team was Lena with a 191. Their top golfers were Dalton Anderson and Jacob Staidl, who each shot a 47 to finish tied for ninth. Jacob Anderly was in 11th with a 48, Hunter Borcherdt finished 13th with a 49 and Colby Borcherdt shot a 55 for 26th.

The top golfer for fourth-place Crivitz was Shane Bauer, who led the team with a fourth-place finish and a 43. The team shot 203 collectively. Leevi May Thomas and Travis Giese each shot a 52 and tied for 18th place. Eli Lawrence shot a 56 for 28th and Sam Spink took 32nd with a 57.

St. Thomas Aquinas Academy shot a 210. Eric Powers shot a 50 to lead STAA, taking a tie for 15th. Tyler Stuart tied for 18th with a 52, Christian Hornick and Lauryn Albaugh tied for 23rd with 54 and Joe Faucett took 28th with a 56.

Niagara finished in sixth, just one stroke back of STAA. Their top golfer shot a 50, as Cole Brown was their best in a tie for 15th place. Josh Goudreau tied for 18th at 52, Tristen Colenso tied for 22nd at 53, Shannon Moreau tied for 28th with a 56 and Emma Nanninga was 38th with a 96.

Seventh-place Wausaukee shot a 230 as a team. Tony Rollo was their top golfer with a 48, tied for 11th place. Jason Jaworski shot a 55 to tie for 26th. Sawyer Dunlap finished 34th with a 59 and both Cooper Rollo and Gerard Elfering carded 68, tying for 36th.

Suring had just two golfers. Caleb Lall tied for 23rd with a 54 and Brett Belongia came in 35th with a 61.

Justin Hill was Oneida Nation's lone golfer, as he shot a 56 for 28th.

Marines Finish Third at NEC Mega Meet

Marinette took third of ten teams at the North Eastern Conference mega-meet hosted by Clintonville Tuesday, April 25 at Riverside Golf Course, shooting a 164 to finish behind Luxemburg-Casco and Waupaca.

Mike Wagner led the Marines with a 38 over the nine holes, Matt Wagner shot a 41, Wes Knutson finished with a 42 and Dakota Langlois shot a 43. Carson Lovedale ended the day with a 47.

Marinette Coach Cary Waloway was disappointed in the team's performance. "We have not played to our capabilities and it's costing us wins," he said. "This team is capable of shooting in the 150's but we haven't done it yet" Mike Wagner and Wes Knutson came through today, but we need four players to play good."

Ryan Morris was Oconto Falls' top golfer with a 41. No other Panter shot better than 50. Clayton Rathsack shot a 52, Odin Halvorson shot a 54, and both Cameron Jackson and Conner Scray shot 57. The Panthers finished with a 204 for 10th place.

Luxemburg-Casco and Waupaca each shot 160 to tie for first. Freedom came in six strokes behind the Marines for fourth place.

Peshtigo Takes M&O Match at Whistling Straits

Peshtigo won the M&O Golf Invitational at Whistling Straits hosted by Coleman High School on Thursday, April 20, led by an 83 from Trent Carriveau.

The Bulldogs had the three best golfers at the event, with Carriveau posting his 83 and both Bryce Jacobson and Tyler Lund finishing with 84. "I looked at scores from previous high school events held this week at Irish and our top three scores were really good comparatively," Peshtigo Coach Pete Kretz said of his top three golfers. "The boys played well in tough conditions. It was windy and cold and the golf course will be the hardest they play all year."

Jacobson commented on the toughness of the course as well, saying "it was nice to play a challenging course to help us improve."

"The experience at Whistling Straits was grand. It is one of the most prestigious courses in the Midwest, so I was excited to get the chance to golf there," Lund said. Trent Carriveau echoed that sentiment, saying "It was a great experience to play where a lot of very good players have played. It was very different from the courses we've played with all the bunkers and hills."

Dylon Gilligan shot a 102 and Ty Davis rounded out the Bulldogs scores with a 104. Peshtigo's collective score was 353, 29 better than second-place Coleman, the only other team under 400 as a team.

Coleman's top golfer was 2016 Division III state qualifier Kasey Casper. The sophomore shot an 89 to lead the Cougars. Nathan Van Hoff was next with a 94, Cody Van Hoff shot a 97, Tyler Salesky finished with a 102 and Garretet Johnson shot a 109.

Lena's golfers shot a collective 433. Jacob Staidl led the team with a 102, followed by Dalton Anderson with a 108 and Hunter Borchert with a 109. Jacob Anderly and Colby Borcherdt carded a 114 and 118, respecitively.

St. Thomas Aquinas Academy and Wausaukee each finished with a 443 as a team. Wausaukee's top golfer was Tony Rollo, who shot a 90. Jason Jaworski was next with a 96, Sawyer Dunlap shot a 117, Cooper Rollo shot a 140 and Gerald Elfering finished the day with a 147.

St. Thomas Aquinas' top golfer was Tyler Stuart, who finished with a 105. Christian Hornick shot a 111, Joe Foucett shot a 112, Eric Powers carded a 115 and Lauryn Albaugh shot a 127.

Crivitz finished with a 453. Shane Bauer was the fourth-best golfer on the day, and the best golfer not representing Peshtigo. He shot an 87 to lead the Wolverines. None of his teammates shot better than 120, with Sam Spink leading the rest at 120. Eli Barley carded a 122 and each Travis Giese and Mason Marvin finished with 124.

Niagara shot 459 as a team. Josh Goudreau finished with a 90, Cole Brown shot a 103, Tristin Colenso shot a 111 and Brooke Schwedersky rounded out the Badger scores with a 155.

Oneida Nation had just three golfers at the event. Justin Hill shot a 96, Seth Charles finished with 109 and Jr. Metoxen shot a 119.

Crivitz Top Area Team at Niagara Invite

Niagara hosted a 19-team golf invitational Friday, April 21, with Carney emerging victorious. Crivitz was the top local team at the event, finishing fifth.

Crivitz was led by Shane Bauer, who shot an 82 to finish second-best on the day behind Carney's Hunter Eichorn, who shot a 74. Leevi May-Thomas was next for Crivitz, finishing 18th of 80 golfers with a 94. Travis Giese shot a 103 for 35th place and Sam Spink shot a 107, good for 41st. Eli Lawrence finished 62nd with a 117.

Laona-Wabeno was sixth as a team. Maggie Warrner led the team with an 88, good for sixth place. Lindsey Dinkelman shot a 96 for 24th place, Grace Warrner finished 27th with a 99, Jake Chitko shot a 107 for 43rd and Dylan Garrison came in 72nd with a 125.

Florence was 12th as a team, led by 23rd-place Logan Doll and his 96. Evan Beaster finished 39th with a 106 and Matt Dishaw took 63rd with a 117. In 71st and 79th, respectively, were Tommy Podner and Max Sullivan, who shot 125 and 156.

St. Thomas Aquinas Academy had just three golfers, so they were forced to take scores of 180 for the final two empty spots and finished with a total of 505 as a team. Christian Hornick and Tyler Stuart each shot a 101 and Joe Faucett finished with a 123.

Wausaukee shot two strokes worse than STAA, though the Rangers had all five golfers. Tony Rollo placed 54th with a 112, one stroke better than 56th place Sawyer Dunlap. Gerard Elfering took 73rd with a 131, and Johnahan Haynes took 78th with a 151. That was one spot better than 78th place Cooper Rollo.

Pembine had three golfers, with Wyatt Marcy's 100 leading the way. Evan Metras shot a 112 and Logan Maloney shot a 135.

Lena's top golfer was Jacob Anderly, who shot a 103 and finished 36th. Colby Borchert shot a 114 and finished 58th and Connor Heise placed 75th with a 136. Lena only had three golfers.

Marines Take 5th at Seymour Invite

Marinette took fifth at the 15-team Seymour Thunder Invitational Saturday, April 22.

Marinette's top golfer was Dakota Langlois, who fired a 37 on the back nine and a 76 overall to lead the Marines. Mike Wagner shot an 85, Matt Wagner shot an 88, Wes Knutson finished with an 89 and Carson Lovedale carded a 95 on the day.

Oconto Falls finished 14th of the 15 teams with a 393.

Finishing ahead of the Marines were Bay Port (314), Winneconne (318), De Pere (329) and New London (336).


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