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Bulldogs/Marines Claim Early Season Victories

Issue Date: April 28, 2021

Peshtigo Wins Ryder

Cup Trophy at Parkway


The Peshtigo duo of Jordan Carvenough and Adam Bauman combined with the twosome of Grant Bauman and Carson Collins to win the Coleman Ryder Cup at Parkway Golf Course with a combined score of 146.

Playing 18 holes with the first six holes in an alternate shot format, the second six in a best ball format, and the final six in a scramble, the Carvenough/Bauman duet shot a 68, with a couple of birdies on the day and an eagle 3 on the 475-yard par-5 seventh hole.

On that hole, Carvenough hit a 280-yard drive down the center, landed his 5 iron on the green, and converted from 15 feet for the eagle.

"Jordan and Adam played fun and focused golf today. Their round of 68 was exciting and they made it look really easy," Peshtigo coach Kyle Cheney said.

Second of all duos at the event, which included teams from Coleman, Crivitz, Lena, St. Thomas Aquinas Academy, Wausaukee, Niagara, Oconto, and Marinette, was the Oconto duo of Will Sherman and Josh Maynard, who shot a 74. The pair had the best scramble score of any pairing on the day. Oconto's Christian Koch and Josh Delzer also placed well with a score of 81.

The Coleman duo of Karson Casper and Dylan Marquardt, who combined for a 77, was next, then it was Peshtigo's Grant Bauman and Carson Collins with a 78.

Rounding out the Peshtigo scores were Alex Raygo and Riley Plosczynski (89) and the team of Christian Collins and Travis Lund (90).

"Big thanks to Coleman Cougars golf and Parkway Golf Course for hosting this fun team event - it's always something we look forward to and enjoy," said Cheney.

The Coleman no. 2 team was Ember DeWitt and Cayden Bintz, who carded a 101.

"I have high hopes for our team this season," first-year head coach Dan Perry said. "We are returning two members of our team state-run in 2019 with Dylan Marquardt and Karson Casper. Our goal is to build around that strong foundation to repeat as conference champions and return to the team state event."

STAA's top duo was Kaden Bailey and Alex Powers, finishing with a 78. The STAA pair of Theron Thayer and Dominic Piasecki shot a 95.

Marinette's top twosome Keegan Polomis and Carson Erdman shot a 79 and the Marines' second pairing of Terrance Nicklaus and Aiden Zadurski finished with a 99.

For Lena, Mason Simonson and KC Miller shot an 86, and Braden McVane and Evan Vanderzelden carded a 96.

Crivitz was led by a 95 from Maisen Eiting and Joey Picket. Jake Kosmecki and Brayden Marvin scored a 102.

For Niagara, Nate Olsen and Gavin Holdaway carded a 118. For Wausaukee, Peyton Betts and Alex Wojcik finished with an 89.



Bulldogs Runaway

With Whistling

Straits Invite Title


Peshtigo won the Whistling Straits Invite on Tuesday, hosted by Coleman at Whistling Straits' Irish Course.

It was a windy day with plenty of gusts, making things a bit interesting for the golfers.

"It was a great day. The course was in great shape, the winds were gusting, giving the golfers a true taste of a links-style course," Coleman coach Dan Perry said.

Peshtigo's Adam Bauman took medalist honors with an 81 to lead Peshtigo on the way to a 349 score. Teammate Jordan Carvenough carded an 82 to take second in the field and Grant Bauman's 88 put him fifth overall.

Christian Boyle's 98 rounded out Peshtigo's team score. Carson Collins scored a 103.

Oconto was second as a team with a 407 team score, led by Will Sherman's 91. Beyond Sherman, Josh Delzer's 98, Christian Koch's 107, and David Westenberg's 111 made up the Oconto scores. Josh Maynard's 113 was dropped.

Coleman shot a 414, with Karson Casper's 86 the Cougars' best on a third-place day. Dylan Marquardt carded a 102, Ember DeWitt shot a 112, Cayden Bintz scored a 114 and Liam Zeitler rounded out Coleman's scores with a 118.

St. Thomas Aquinas Academy's Kaden Bailey finished with an 84, good for third in the field. STAA was fourth as a team, with Theron Thayer (106), Alex Powers (108), and Dominic Piasecki (143) contributing to the team's counting scores. Chase Gromala shot a 163.

Lena was fifth as a team with a team score of 472. Mason Simonson and KC Miller each carded 113s, Braden McVane had a 117, and Evan Vanderzelden finished with a 129.

Crivitz shot a 489 as a team. Maisen Eiting shot a 114 to lead the Wolverines, Jake Kosmecki shot a 122, Joey Pickett carded a 126, Brayden Marvin finished with a 127, and Aaron Sellen's 129 was dropped.

Wausaukee did not have a full team, with Peyton Betts (111) and Lukas Edlebeck (141) the Rangers' only golfers.

Niagara was in the same boat. Nate Olsen shot a 130, Gavin Holdaway carded a 147 and Hunter French took home a 156 score.



Coleman Leads Area

Teams at Niagara Invite


Coleman came in fifth at the 2021 Niagara Invitational on Friday.

Coleman shot a 385 as a team, led by Karson Casper's 86. Dylan Marquardt's 91 was second on the team, Ember DeWitt finished with a 101, Cayden Bintz shot a 107 and Liam Zeitler carded a 119.

Coleman finished behind first-place Norway (325), second-place Kingsford (356), third-place Northland Pines (366), and fourth-place Laona-Wabeno (374).

Also competing on the day were Crandon, Crivitz, Florence, Iron Mountain, Kingsford, Lena, Niagara, North Central, Forest Park, St. Thomas Aquinas Academy, Stephenson, Wausaukee, and West Iron.

STAA shot a 412 as a team. Kaiden Bailey finished with a sparkling 72 score, good for one-over-par on the day. Alex Powers (97), Theron Thayer (102), Domenic Piasecki (141), and Blake DeDamos (147) made up the rest of the STAA scores.

Crivitz scored 430 as a team. Brayden Marvin had a 105, Joey Picket shot a 106, Maisen Eiting carded a 108, TJ Mueller finished with 111 and Jake Kosmecki recorded a 120.

Wausaukee had three golfers to finish with a 491 score, as open spots in the top four got 162 scores: Alex Wojcik shot a 99, Peyton Betts carded a 102 and Lukas Edlebeck scored a 128.

For Niagara (538), Nate Olsen shot a 117, Ava Newingham carded a 126, Gavin Holdaway scored a 137, and Hunter French finished with a 158.

Lena had a team score of 481 with three golfers. Mason Simonson (105), Kasey Miller (107), and Braeden McVane (107) were all relatively close in score on the day.

Florence's two golfers, Brock Taff and Dom Demuri, recorded scores of 108 and 118, respectively.



Marines Win

Waupaca 10 Team

NEC Mega Meet


The Marinette Marines won the 10-team Waupaca North Eastern Conference meet on Monday, with Ty Kretz taking medalist honors on a cold, windy day.

Marinette's team score of 309 beat second-place Fox Valley Lutheran by some distance, as FVL shot a 353. The win puts Marinette on the right path in the North Eastern Conference standings.

Kretz shot a 69, eight strokes better than any other golfer on the day.

"I played very consistent through my whole round," Kretz said. "This was a very good start for the team to get our confidence up for the rest of the year. We now know what we are capable of."

Teammate Kelten Hermanson shot a 78 to finish third of all golfers.

Hermanson said he was happy with how he played and noted that it was interesting to play the same nine holes twice at Waupaca Country Club to make up the 18-hole score. He shot a 37 the first time around, with a 41 on the second nine.

Keegan Polomis tied for sixth with an 80 and Trey Kretz shot an 82. Terrance Nicklaus scored a 96.

Polomis, playing for the first time ever on varsity, said it was a great experience, saying he battled with his driver on the day, but "pulled it together for a great round." Trey Kretz said he played around average, but he knows a few shots he could have hit better.

Trey Kretz said the most important thing is that the team won. With one win in the books, the Marines now have a base they can spring off of as they seek conference and statewide honors this season.

For Oconto Falls, Rease Hodkiewicsz shot a 94 to lead the way. The Panthers finished with a 396 to take seventh.


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