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Bulldogs Win Second Straight M&O Golf Title

Peshtigo Golfers Claim M&O's Top Spot

"Grind it out. If you have one bad hole, get a birdie on the next," Peshtigo junior Bryce Jacobson said of his regional competition preparations after Peshtigo claimed their second consecutive M&O Conference title Monday at Hunter's Glenn in Coleman.

There weren't many bad holes Monday, as Jacobson shot a career best 71, one under par, and solidified his spot as the conference's golfer of the year. "I was playing some good golf this year and it went in my favor," Jacobson said regarding his player of the year win.

Another Peshtigo golfer who stepped up to help Peshtigo win the meet by 10 strokes was junior Dylon Gilligan, who shot a career-best 82. "Dylon came in with the best round of his career so that was awesome for him," Peshtigo Coach Pete Kretz said.

"I was hitting it quite well," Gilligan, who made the M&O Conference second team, said. He said he was shooting well on the range and carried it through to the course.

Junior Tyler Lund shot an 83, while also crediting his work on the range for the fourth-place finish. "I just started hitting good on the range," he said. "I have good coaches. They tell me what to do, and I just executed my shots these last couple of weeks."

Last year's M&O Player of the year was sophomore Trent Carriveau. He shot an 86 Monday, tied for sixth-best on the day. He also finished as a first-team member, the fifth-best golfer in the conference over the course of the season. "It's very special," Carriveau said. "My freshman year I took MVP and this year I was first team. It was very fun."

Sophomore Ty Davis shot a 100, and was looking forward to the regional for improved play. "There's always room to improve" Hopefully regionals and sectionals go better than what it's been," he said.

Peshtigo, which won every conference event this season, will compete in the Division II Amherst Regional at Indianhead in Mosinee. Coach Kretz said his team will have to aim for a 322 to more on to the sectional, the same score equaled by the Bulldogs on Monday, a day where two of their golfers had career days. "We've got a chance," Kretz said Monday. "We're playing pretty good. I feel like we've got a good chance."

Peshtigo's team, which did not consist of any seniors in its starting five, was looking forward to the regional, although there may be some thoughts about next year, when Peshtigo will move into the Packerland Conference with the likes of Oconto and Sturgeon Bay.

"We'll have a little more competition in a new conference," Lund said. "We'll get to play some new courses. It should be a good time, and hopefully we can win again, but right now we're focused on regionals and sectionals."

Second-place finishers in the conference were the Coleman Cougars, led by first-team finisher Kasey Casper, who shot a 74, and finished third in the conference player of the year race. Casper, a sophomore, qualified for state last year as an individual.

Cody VanHoff, Garett Johnson and Nathan Woulf each finished with an 86. Usual fifth man Tyler Salesky missed the event with illness, according to ". VanHoff, Johnson and Woulf all received second-team M&O honors, as they were the sixth, eighth and ninth best golfers on the season.

There was no disappointment on the part of Coach George Laitinen, who had praise for Peshtigo. "Peshtigo's really solid. They've got four, five kids that can play great on any particular day" Today we shot our low and still lost by 10. They just played better than us," he said.

I'm very, very pleased with our kids and the progress we've made," he said, admitting that the conference title was not Coleman's goal this year. "We thought conference would be pretty far fetched for us to get in and compete with them. Our goal has been to make it to state this year," he said. "I think we're well on our way to having a shot."

Even last year, Casper seemed focused on making state as a team. After he finished up at state last year, he said "hopefully we can make it as a team next year. That would really be nice, and would make school history as the first team to make it to state."

Crivitz and St. Thomas Aquinas Academy each finished with a team score of 414 on the day, giving Crivitz the edge for third in the conference and leaving STAA in fourth. Each had one golfer who made the all conference teams.

For Crivitz, Shane Bauer received first-team honors. He was the fourth-best golfer behind Jacobson, Lund and Casper on the season, though he was third-best Monday, shooting a 79. The rest of the team was well off Bauer's pace. Sam Spink shot a 96, Eli Lawrence finished with 100, Mason Marvin shot a 105 and Travis Giese carded a 121.

Christian Hornick made the second team for STAA, but shot just a 92 on Monday. Tyler Stuart and Eric Powers each finished with 94, Joe Faucett carded a 100 and Jack Farley rounded out the Cavaliers scores with a 104.

Wausaukee finished with a team score of 414, taking fifth in the conference for the year. Tony Rollo led the team, as he has all season, shooting an 89. Sawyer Dunlap shot a 99, Jason Jaworski finished with a 110, Gerard Elfering finished with 116 and Cooper Rollo carded a 120.

Niagara shot a 418 Monday and took seventh on the season. Josh Goudreau and Cole Brown shot 87 and 88, respectively, to lead the team. Tristin Colenso shot a 111, Emma Nanninga shot a 127 and Brooke Schwedersky finished with 132.

Suring shot a 476 as a team, finishing ahead of only Oneida Nation on the season, who also did not have four golfers compete Monday. Brett Belongia led with a 97, followed by Caleb Lally with a 100, Andy Overland with a 119, Delanie Schroeder with 154 and Makayla Bailey at 160.

Lena did not receive a team score, as they did not have any golfers compete at this match, hurting them in the conference standings and leaving them sixth.



Bulldogs Edge CougarsAt Crivitz Invitational

Peshtigo's golf team won the 13-team Crivitz Invitational on Friday, May 12 behind a medalist round by Tyler Lund, besting Coleman by just a stroke.

Lund carded a 78 after a strong 36 on the front nine, Bryce Jacobson shot an 81 and Trent Carriveau finished with 84 for the Bulldogs. Dylon Gilligan shot a 94 and Ty Davis carded a 111.

Coleman shot 338 as a team, with Kasey Casper leading the way. He led the field after the front nine with 35, but fell off in the second half to finish a stroke behind Lund with a 79. Cody Van Hoff finished with an 82, Garett Johnson finished with 85, and both Nathan Woulf and Tyler Salesky finished with 92.

Laona/Wabeno was next, finishing with a team score of 353. Maggie and Grace Warmer were their top golfers, shooting 82 and 84, respectively. Lindsey Dinkleman shot a 91 and Jake Chitko shot a 106.

Lena tied Crandon for fourth with a 358. Lena's leader was Dalton Anderson, who carded an 82 overall. Hunter Borcherdt shot a 90, Jacob Staidl carded a 92, Jacob Anderly finished with 94 and Colby Borcherdt scored a 110.

In sixth was Crivitz at their home invitational. They shot 375 as a team. Shane Bauer shot an 80, Eli Lawrence finished with 95, Sam Spink shot a 97, Mason Marvin finished with 103 and Travis Giese shot a 108.

Florence carded a 384. Logan Doll shot an 89, Matt Disha shot a 93, Evan Beester shot a 97 and Tommy Podner finished with 105. Max Sullivan finished with a 137.

St. Thomas Aquinas Academy shot a 408, finishing behind Three Lakes. Tyler Stewart led the team with a 91, Christian Hornick shot a 94, Jack Farley shot a 111 and Joe Faucett shot a 112.

Pembine shot a 424 collectively. Ethan Metres shot a 96, Wyatt Marcey carded a 100, Evan Metras shot a 104 and Logan Maloney finished with 124.

Wausaukee finished with a team score of 430. Tony Rollo and Sawyer Dunlap each shot a 98, Jason Jaworski shot a 109, Gerard Elfering finished with 125 and Cooper Rollo shot a 128.

Niagara finished with 529 as a team, ahead of only Oneida, who shot 606 as a team. Niagara was led by Josh Goudreau, who shot a 41 on the front nine and finished with 96. Shannon Moreau carded a 120 and Emma Nanninga finished with 133. Niagara were forced to take scores of 180 for their final two spots, having just three golfers compete.



Langlois Leads Marines To Silver at Oconto Falls

Marinette's golf team finished with a team score of 327 at the 49th Annual Stu Anderson Invitational on Thursday, May 11, but were only able to come away with a tie for second place.

Dakota Langlois was the day's top golfer, shooting a 74 to top the rest of the field by at least three strokes. Marinette Coach Cary Waloway was happy with Langlois' performance. "Dakota had a great day," Waloway said.

Matt Wagner was fourth on the day, shooting a 79. Mike Wagner finished with an 81, Carson Lovedale carded a 93 and Wes Knutson finished with a score of 95. "We still need our fourth and fifth players to step up. If either one shots 85, 86 or 87 we win," Waloway said.

Oconto Falls was fourth as a team, 41 strokes off of Marinette's pace. Ryan Morris led the team with an 88. Vince Norling carded an 89, Clayton Rathsack shot a 94, Eli DeCora shot a 97 and Oden Halverson rounded out the Panther scores with a 98.

Shawano won the event with a team score of 322. "I was a bit surprised that Shawano shot the score they did," Waloway said. Tying Marinette for second was Bay Port.



Bulldogs Win Suring Nine Hole Event

Peshtigo shot a 174 to win the Suring 9-hole golf event on Monday, May 8, beating every team by at least 18 strokes. Coleman came in second with a team 192.

Peshtigo had the event's top two individual finishers, with another tying for third. Trent Carriveau and Tyler Lund each shot a 40 to top the field. Bryce Jacobson finished with a 43, Dylon Gilligan shot a 51 and Ty Davis shot a 61.

Coleman's Kasey Casper and Crivitz' Shane Bauer each finished with 43 to tie Jacobson for third place in the field.



Marines Take Runner-up Spot at Menominee Invite

Marinette's golf team came away with second place at the Menominee Invitational at Riverside Golf Course on Monday, May 15, trailing Gladstone by five strokes.

Marinette shot 328 as a team. Menominee shot a 417 as a team, taking sixth of the six teams. Marinette's lead man was second place finisher Dakota Langlois, who shot a 74. Mike Wagner shot an 80 for fifth place, Matt Wagner finished with 88, as did Wes Knutson and Chas Ferm carded a 95.

Menominee's leader was Evan Kramer, who shot an 81. John Horn was next with a 96. Buddy Beyer shot a 104 and Conrad Berger shot a 136.

Carney-Nadeau's Hunter Eichhorn shot a 66, just two stokes off the course record, to take medalist honors.

Menominee's girls also competed against an incomplete Carney-Nadeau side with only two golfers. Emma Hofer led with a 97, Zoe Smith shot a 107, Arikah Bellisle shot a 109, Erika Schloegel finished with 111 and Olivia Badker rounded out the Maroon scores with a 18-hole total of 114.


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