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Bulldogs Edge Marines For Crown at Crivitz Invite

Issue Date: May 12, 2021

Crivitz welcomed a slew of local teams to Hunters Glen for the Crivitz Golf Invitational on Friday, with Peshtigo taking first.

Peshtigo shot a 322 as a team, four strokes ahead of Marinette's 326.

For the Bulldogs, Jordan Carvenough's 73 led the way, followed by Grant Bauman (75), Adam Bauman (83), Carson Collins (91) and Christian Boyle (94).

"In a day of very difficult scoring conditions, we were thrilled to come away with a very close victory today," Peshtigo coach Jim Dufrane said.

Dufrane praised all his golfers that competed, but said Collins may have had the shot of the day, with an eagle on the par-four 15th hole, driving to the green and putting for eagle.

"He may have some bragging rights on the team for a while," Dufrane said.

For Marinette, Ty Kretz was the day's best golfer with a 72. Kelten Hermanson carded an 80, Keegan Polomis shot an 86, Trey Kretz shot an 88 and Terrance Nicklaus shot 89.

Oconto scored 370 as a team, with Will Sherman (82), Josh Maynard (91), Christian Koch (97) and Josh Delzer (100) making up the four counting scores. David Westenberg scored a 118.

Coleman's top golfer was Karson Casper with an 81. Dylan Marquardt scored a 92, Kameron Kostreva's 96 was next, Ember DeWitt shot a 117 and Tyler Blanchard rounded out the team with a 140.

Lena's 428 was led by 100s from Mason Simonson and KC Miller, with Braden McVane shooting a 105 and Evan VanderZanden carding 123.

Wausaukee shot a 435 as a team, with Peyton Betts shooting a 93, Alex Wojcik carding a 98, Lukas Edlebeck's 117 and Dominic Bruenette shooting a 127.

One stroke back from Wausaukee was Crivitz. Jack Bauer (107), Brayden Marvin (108), Joey Pickett (109), TJ Mueller (112) and Maisen Eiting (112) were all fairly close to one another in score.

Florence's 476 was next. Matthew Johnson (98), Dominic Demuri (118), Brock Taft (130) and Tyler Niehaus (130) made up the team.

STAA shot a 527 as a team. Theron Thayer's 98 was the team's best by some margin, with Dominic Piasecki's 139, Blake DeDamos and his 140 and Alex Powers' 150 the other three scores for the Cavaliers.

Normal Cavs no. 1 golfer Kaden Bailey was ill and unable to compete on the day.

"It was unfortunate that Kaden was unable to participate," STAA coach George Hayes said. "He would have enjoyed playing in the same group as some of the top golfers in the area and in the state. We're hopeful he will be fully recovered soon and ready to go in some important upcoming conference matches."

Niagara's 539 rounded out the scores. Nate Olson (125), Oren Loukus (132), Gavin Holdaway (140), Ava Newingham (142) and Hunter French (161) made up the team.

Crandon (392), Laona/Wabeno (402) and Three Lakes (453) also competed on the day.



Bulldogs Win Home Packerland Meet by 31 Strokes

Peshtigo hosted Oconto, Sturgeon Bay and Southern Door for a Packerland Conference golf match at Little River C.C. on Thursday, getting a 29-stroke win.

Peshtigo shot a 158 as a team. Adam Bauman was the medalist with a 36 score over nine holes. Teammate Jordan Carvenough's 39 was second-best on the day, while Grant Bauman's 41 was fourth, Carson Collins' 42 was fifth and Christian Boyle's 43 took seventh.

"It was a full team win today," Peshtigo coach Kyle Cheney said. "All five of our varsity golfers played well on our home course in the cold and windy conditions on Little River's tricky back nine."

Adam Bauman was late to the course due to an AP exam earlier in the day. He's also co-valedictorian in this year's Peshtigo senior class.

"He hustled out to his first hole without warming up and played near perfect golf, with his only hiccup being a three-put on the short par-four number 12" He is truly an ace in the classroom and on the golf course."

Oconto's top golfer was Will Sherman with a 43. After Sherman, Josh Delzer shot a 46, David Westenberg and Christian Koch carded 50s and Josh Maynard shot a 51.

Gibraltar, Sevastopol and NEW Lutheran also had one or two golfers but no team score on the day.



PCG at Little River



1. Peshtigo 158

2. Oconto 189

3. Sturgeon Bay 193

4. Southern Door 204





1. Adam Bauman  36 Peshtigo

2.Jordan Carvenough 39 Peshtigo

3. Kyle Bilski 40 Sturgeon Bay

4.Grant Bauman  41 Peshtigo 

5.Carson Collins  42 Peshtigo

6.Will Sherman 43 Oconto

7.Christian Boyle  43 Peshtigo



STAA Claims Crown at Conference Nine Hole Match

St. Thomas Aquinas Academy rode a medalist round from Kaden Bailey to a win at the M&O Thornberry Creek nine-hole meet on Monday.

STAA shot 199 as a team, eight strokes ahead of second-place Coleman, with Bailey's round of 39 six strokes better than any other golfer on the day. Dylan Marquardt of Coleman and Alex Wojcik of Wausaukee were second with 45s.

Bailey played one-under-par golf over the final four holes of the day. After sixes on par-four holes one and four, he at least got par on the last five holes of the day.

Also for STAA, Alex Powers shot a 47, Theron Thayer's 49 was third on the team and Dominic Piasecki's 64 rounded out the counting scores. Blake DeDamos carded a 67.

"I thought our guys were really focused on their rounds of golf today," STAA coach George Hayes said. "They each had a goal in mind and came close to meeting their goals."

After the win, STAA leads the conference by a stroke with 409 over the first two meets of the year. Coleman's 410 is second, with Crivitz in third (429) and Lena in fourth (444).

For Coleman, Maruqardt's 45 was followed by 50 from Kameron Kostreva, 52 from Ember DeWitt, 50 by Liam Zeitler and Hannah Murley's 61.

Crivitz was third overall with a 216. Jake Bauer's 49 tied for fifth in the field, Maisen Eiting carded a 53, Joey Pickett shot a 49, Jake Kosmecki finished with a 59 and TJ Mueller's 60 rounded out the Wolverine scores.

Wausaukee's four scores tallied 220. After Wojcok, Peyton Betts shot a 52, Dominic Brunette scored a 60 and Lukas Edelbeck shot a 63.

Lena's 232 was fifth. Mason Simonson's 49 tied for fifth, KC Miller recorded a 51, Braden McVane scored a 61 and Evan Vanderzanden's 71 was the Wildcats' fourth score.

After Oneida's 241, Niagara rounded out the team standings with a 273. Gavin Holdaway shot a 54 and Avan Newingham shot a 64 to lead the way. Nate Olson (68) and Hunter French (87) also scored for Lena.



Conference at Oneida 

1. STAA
199

1. Kaden Bailey 39

2. Alex Powers 47

3. Theron Thayer 49

4. Dominic Piasecki 64

5. Blake DeDamos 67

2. Coleman 207

1. Dylan Marquardt 45

2. Ember DeWitt 52

3. Liam Zeitler 60

4. Kameron Kostrova 50

5. Hannah Murley 61

3. Crivitz 216

1. Maisen Eiting 53

2. Joey Pickett 55

3. Jake Bauer 49

4. Jake Kosmecki 59

5. TJ Mueller 60

4. Wausaukee 220

1. Peyton Betts 52

2. Dominic Brunette 60

3. Alex Wojcok 45

4. Lukas Edelbeck 63

5. Player 5 90

5. Lena 232

1. Mason Simonson 49

2. KC Miller 51

3. Braden McVane 61

4. Evan Vanderzanden 71

5. Player 5 90

6. Oneida 241

1. Mason King 66

2. Kia Fiddler 52

3.Chaske Jacob 58

4. Shania Barber 65

5. Player 5 90

7. Niagara 273

1. Nate Olsen 68

2. Hunter French 87

3. Gavin Holdaway 54

4. Ava Newingham 64

5.Player 5 90



Marinette Slips Past Wrightstown at NEC Mega Meet

It doesn't get any closer than Thursday's North Eastern Conference MegaMeet in De Pere.

Marinette pretty much coasted to wins in each of its first NEC meets of the year, with wins of 30 or more strokes in each. Thursday was different, not because of a huge lapse in Marinette's play, but because of a very strong night from Wrightstown, which shot a 329 as a team, falling short of Marinette by one stroke.

Marinette shot a 328 at Hilly Haven Golf Course on Thursday, down slightly from its scores of 309 and 323 in the first two NEC meets. Wrightstown shot over 350 in each of the first two meets, but challenged Marinette at the top on Thursday.

Marinette's Ty Kretz earned medalist honors for the third straight meet to start the season with a 77, five strokes over par. While he was the medalist, it was his first day above 69 this year in NEC play.

"The team struggled today and it almost cost us the win," Kretz said. "I struggled today but brought it back on the back nine."

Kelten Hermanson shot an 81 to tie for fourth in the field, Trey Kretz was sixth with an 82, Terrance Nicklaus shot an 88 for the Marines' fourth score.

Hermanson credited Nicklaus, who he called "Big Terr," for his 88 keeping the team ahead of Wrightstown.

"My game in general was pretty good," Nicklaus said. "I three-putted on a couple holes, so I definitely need to work on my 5-to-10-foot putts. I am very happy with my score today."

Keegan Polomis shot a 93 for Marinette's fifth score, which was dropped.

Wrightstown had four golfers in the top 10 on the night, with scores of 80, 81, 83, 85 and 91.

Oconto Falls' Evan Jaeger tied for ninth with an 85, Rease Hodkiewicz shot a 39 on the back nine to bounce back from a 51 on the front and shoot a 90, and Oconto Falls got 93s from Trevor Metzler, Logan Joachim and Caden Leonhardt.





1. Marinette 328

1. Ty Kretz 77

2. Kelton Hermanson 81

3. Trey Kretz 82

4. Keegan Polomis 93

5. Terrance Nicklaus 88

2. Waupaca 329

3.Luxemburg-Casco 349

4.Fox Valley Lutheran 355

5. Oconto Falls 361 

1. Evan Jaeger 85

2. Rease Hodkiewicz 90

3. Trevor Metzler 93

4. Logan Joachim 93

5. Caden Leonhardt 93

6. Freedom 371

7. Clintonville 400

7. Waupaca 400 

9. Little Chute 413

10. Denmark 418 



Coleman Leads Area Teams at the STAA Invitational

Laona-Wabeno won the St. Thomas Aquinas Academy Golf Invitational on Thursday.

Crandon was second before Coleman's third-place team score at 411. For the Cougars, Dylan Marquardt shto a 92, Ember DeWitt carded a 99, Kamron Kostreva shot a 106, Hannah Murley carded a 114 and Liam Zeitler's 123 was dropped.

STAA's 426 placed the Cavaliers fourth at their home meet, hosted at Riverside.

Kaden Bailey led all golfers with an 82, Theron Thayer recorded a 107, Alex Powers scored a 110, Dominic Piasecki scored a 127 and Blake DeDamos' 140 was dropped.

"This course is always challenging, and it gave some very good golfers plenty to deal with today," STAA coach George Hayes said. "I know Kaden and Alex were not pleased with their scores and Theron felt he could have done better. Dominic played the back nine first and struggled but showed improvement when he made the turn to the front nine."

Hayes added that Chase Gromala, who shot a 145, is challenging for a spot in the STAA lineup.

Crivitz was fifth as a team (435) with the following individual tallies: TJ Mueller 103, Maisen Eiting 110, Jack Bauer 110, Joey Pickett 112 and Kylen Krause 136.

Lena's 450 was good for sixth. Mason Simonson shot a 96, Kasey Miller scored a 110, Braeden McVane recorded a 116 and Evan Vanderzanden scored a 128.

Niagara was seventh with a 528: Nate Olsen's 125 led the team, followed by Ava Newingham with 126, Oren Loukus with 138 and Hunter French with 139.

Elcho and Marinette did not have team scores. Marinette sent two golfers, with Adrian Theis scoring a 95 and Aiden Zadurski scoring a 148.



STAA Invite



1. Laona-Wabeno 364

2. Crandon 399

3. Coleman 411

1. Dylan Marquardt 92

2. Ember DeWitt 99

3. Liam Zeitler 123

4. Kamron Kostrova 106

5. Hannah Murley 114

4. Saint Thomas Aquinas 426

1. Kaden Bailey 82

2. Alex Powers 110

3. Theron Thayer 107

4. Dominic Piasecki 127

5. Blake DeDamos 140

5. Crivitz 43

1. Maisen Eiting 110

2. Joey Pickett 112

3. Jack Bauer 110

4. TJ Mueller 103

5. Kylen Krause 136 6. Lena 450

2. Mason Simonson 96

3. Kasey Mille 110

4. Braeden McVane 116

5. Evan Vanderzanden 128

7. Niagara 528

1. Oren Loukus 138

2. Nate Olsen 125

4. Ava Newingham 126

5. Hunter French 139

Marinette

2. Adrian Theis 95

4. Aiden Zadurski 148



Peshtigo Paces Packerland Team at Vernon Hills

The Peshtigo Bulldogs played the best golf of their undefeated season in a Packerland Conference win at Vernon Hills on Monday.

Oconto hosted the meet, taking second with a score of 177, 22 strokes behind Peshtigo's 155.

Adam Bauman shot a one-under 35 to lead all golfers. Teammate Jordan Carvenough's par 36 was second of all golfers on the day.

Also for Peshtigo, Grant Bauman carded a 40, Christian Boyle's 44 was counted and Carson Collins' 45 was dropped.

"It was a great day for our team. Everyone was under their season scoring averages," Peshtigo coach Kyle Cheney said. "Our team is now hitting the same scoring marks from our 2018 team, which made the state tournament."

Oconto's Will Sherman shot a 37, Josh Maynard scored a 45, Christian Koch carded a 47, Josh Delzer shot six fives and three sixes to card a 48 and David Westenberg's 49 was dropped.

Sturgeon Bay shot a 209 as a team and Southern Door's 211 was fifth. Gibraltar had only one golfer.



Golf Meet at Vernon Hills



Peshtigo 155

1. Jordan Cavenough 36

2. Adam Bauman 35

3. Grant Bauman 40

4. Christian Boyle 44

5. Carson Collins 45

Oconto 177

Sturgeon Bay 209

Southern Door 211







Ty Kretz's 66 Leads Marinette to NEC Win at Fox Valley C.C.

After a one-stroke win last week in the third match of the season, Marinette got back to winning by wider margins at Fox Valley Country Club in Kaukauna.

Marinette shot a 329 to beat all other teams by at least 17 strokes, with Fox Valley Lutheran second at 346, with Ty Kretz again the standout.

Kretz shot his best round of the season with a seven-under-par 66,

good for medalist honors. He started with a par and a bogey, which he characterized as "starting off a little slow" by his standards.

He birdied four of the final five holes on the front nine and kept that going onto the back nine, where he birdied 10 and 11, then scored par on 12, 13 and 14 before two more pars and two birdies over the final four holes.

Kretz said he was "pleased with how I played," but noted that the team still has work to get to where it wants to go.

Beyond Ty Kretz, Trey Kretz shot an 86, saying, "the course played tough today and was happy with the team victory". Keegan Polomis scored an 86, Kelten Hermanson carded an 89 and Terrance Nicklaus shot 101.

Marinette is 4-0 in NEC play this season.

Oconto Falls shot a 372 as a team. Evan Jaeger shot an 86, Rease Hodkiewicz and Caden Leonhardt each recorded 95s, Trevor Metzler shot a 97 and Logan Joachim's 102 was dropped.




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