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Bulldogs Win M&O Ryder Cup; Marines Third at Home Invite

Peshtigo Repeats as

M&O Ryder Cup

Champs; Jacobson/Lund

Lead Bulldogs


Six local teams competed at the Coleman Ryder Cup on Saturday, April 29, with Peshtigo winning the event as a team with a 154.

Of the 18 holes, the first six were played alternately, with teammates both teeing off and then hitting alternately from the best drive. Holes 7-12 were played best ball, with each player playing his or her ball from the tee to the green and team score being the lowest of the two players. Holes 13-18 were played under a scramble format where both teammates teed off, choosing the best shot a both players playing from there.

The best alternating shot team was a Peshtigo team of Trent Carriveau and Dylon Gilligan, finishing the six holes in 28 strokes. They finished all 18 holes with a score of 81.

"Dylon and I hit good tee shots so we had good shots into the green, but we couldn't convert on some of them. I'm glad our team took first," Carriveau said of the win.

The top best-ball team was a Peshtigo duo of Tyler Lund and Bryce Jacobson, who finished with 24 strokes.

"Tyler and I played pretty well today. We struggled in the beginning but then we started playing well," Jacobson said, although he was more critical of his team's short game. "Our putting was not so good"We need to work on our short game to get ready for the next conference match."

"Even though we didn't play as great as we could have, Bryce and I feel wonderful about going back to back both as a whole team and as partners," Lund said.

Lund and Jacobson finished with a score of 73 over the three segments of six holes, with a 24 on holes 7-12 and holes 13-18. They shot a 25 on the first six holes.

A Peshtigo team of Ty Davis and Emily Ahrens finished with a 92 over the 18 holes.

Coleman's Kasey Casper and Cody Van Hoff won the scramble holes with a score of 22. As a team, Coleman's two best pairs shot a 163, second behind Peshtigo.

Casper and Van Hoff ended the day with a total of 78 after a 29 on the first six holes and a 27 on holes 7-12. Nathan Woulf and Tyler Salesky were next on Coleman, shooting an 85 collectively. Dan Rogge and Garrett Johnson finished with a 96.

St. Thomas Aquinas Academy had two pairs of teammates combines for a 176, with neither team shooting a 90. Eric Powers and Christian Hornick shot an 87, while Joe Faucett and Tyler Stuart combined for an 89.

Crivitz had four golfers, who shot a 193 collectively. Shane Bauer and Leevi Maye-Thomas shot an 86 and a team of Eli Lawrence and Luke LaCroix finished with a score of 107.

Next was Wausaukee, whose two teams combined to card a 201. Sawyer Dunlap and Jason Jaworski combined for 99 over the 18 holes, while Tony and Cooper Rollo finished at 102.

Niagara's teams shot a collective 207. A team of Tristen Colenso and Josh Goudreau carded a 94, while Shannon Moreau and Emma Nanninga finished with a 113.



Host Marines Finish

Third at Ryder Cup

Invite


Marinette hosted a Ryder Cup format invite Tuesday, May 2, taking third of 14 teams, with Peshtigo, Menominee, Oconto Falls and St. Thomas Aquinas Academy also competing.

The format consisted of pairs of teammates, with six holes of alternating shots, with players alternating shots after a best drive, six holes of best ball, with partners each playing their own ball and taking the best score, and six holes of scramble format, with both players hitting from the location of a best shot. The team winner was then determined by the two lowest scores of each team. Gladstone was the second-place team and Bayport was the top team.

Marinette's top team was a team of Mike Wagner and Dakota Langlois, who tied for fourth-best partnership. A team of Matt Wagner and Wes Knutson shot a 78 together, and a team of Max Drees and Carson Lovedale shot an 84.

In sixth place were the Peshtigo golfers with 154. Their best pairing was Bryce Jacobson and Tyler Lund, who combined for a 71. Trent Carriveau and Dylon Gilligan shot an 83 together, while Ty Davis and Emily Ahrens combined for 88.

Oconto Falls was eighth as a team, with their two best pairings combining for 158. A pairing of Norling and Decora finished with a 78. Morris and Halvorsen finished with 80 and Rathsack and Wolf combined for 91.

Menominee took 10th collectively with a team score of 169. Evan Kramer and Buddy Beyer shot an 80 together, while a team of Robert Mann and John Horn finished with an 89.

St. Thomas Aquinas Academy took 14th. STAA's top pairing was Joe Faucett and Tyler Stuart, who shot a 91. Christian Hornick and Jack Farley shot a 93 together, and STAA got a 105 from Powers and Albaugh.

Bay Port's Jed Baranczyk and Austin Mikesch took the individual title carding a 63.



Marines Compete at

Black Wolf Run


Playing on one of the state's best courses, Marinette placed fifth at the Fort Atkinson Blackhawk Invite at Black Wolf Run in Kohler on April 28, competing against nine other teams from around the state.

The Marines shot a 348 as a team. Matt Wagner was their leader, shooting a 79 on the day, including a 39 on the front nine. His 79 was good for fifth of 50 golfers at the event. Dakota Langlois shot an 84, Mike Wagner shot an 86, Wes Knutson finished with a 100 and Carson Lovedale carded a 110.

Finishing ahead of Marinette were first-place Bay Port, who shot a 320 as a team. All of their golfers scored between a 76 and 86. Also taking second was Sun Prairie, who shot 328 as a team, third-place St. Mary Springs with a 329, and Monona Grove with a collective 344. Marinette defeated Janesville Craig (358), Janesville Parker (362), Fort Atkinson (366), Mount Horeb (376) and Stevens Point Area (397).


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