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Peshtigo Tops Packerland; Marines Win Regional

Issue Date: June 3, 2021

Bulldogs Cruise to Packerland Title,

Carvenough Takes Top Spot


Peshtigo completed its season-long sweep of the Packerland Conference with a victory at the Packerland Championship on Thursday.

Playing in what could be described as awful golf weather, with howling wind, driving rain, and a relatively cold day for May 27, Peshtigo posted a 167 as a team after the meet was cut from 18 to nine holes due to weather.

Jordan Carvenough tied with Oconto's Will Sherman with a 40 and claimed Medalist honors by winning the tiebreaker. Carvenough finished as the conference's golfer of the year, overtaking teammate Adam Bauman for the honor with a birdie on the last hole of the day. He came into the day a stroke back of Bauman in conference play, winning the conference with Bauman's 42 on the day.

On the final hole, he hit a great drive and his second shot was right on the edge of the green. He attempted a long eagle putt from the fringe to get it close and sank a birdie putt from inside three feet.

"I'd say coming from behind is a lot easier than working from ahead. You can just go out there carefree and fire away. You don't really care, you can't do much worse. Just take it easy. I didn't really hear many updates about his score today, which probably is good," Carvenough said. "The only time I heard about his score was when we were walking down the ninth fairway. I didn't really know where I stood, so I just went for it and knew I had to put it close for birdie."

Adam and Grant Bauman each posted 42s, Christian Boyle shot a 43 and Carson Collins recorded a 56.

Grant Bauman commended Boyle for his play in an interview after the match, showcasing the team's attitude going forward as they pursue their goals of making a run at state.

"Christian Boyle really came along and started shooting low 40s, so I think we have a good chance to get past regionals and sectionals and maybe make it to state," Bauman said.

Boyle made it into a first-team all-conference spot along with Carvenough and the Baumans. "It means a lot. My first year of golf competitively, it was definitely one of my goals," Boyle said, noting that improving his short game was the key to improving his overall game.

Collins averaged 47.14 over nine holes. Carvenough's average was 38.29, Adam Bauman's was 38.43, Grant Bauman's was 40.14, and Boyle's average finished at 43.57.

The Bulldogs won't be looking too far forward, taking things one competition at a time. They'll enjoy this win for the time being.

"It means a lot. To be my senior year and have us play so well, this is a really good team and I feel good about us," Adam Bauman said. "We felt good the whole conference season, we were playing good all year, and I just hope it carries into regionals, sectionals, and hopefully state."

Peshtigo would advance to sectionals from the Clintonville regional on Tuesday afternoon with a second-place finish.

For Oconto, which was consistently second in the conference behind Peshtigo, Sherman's 40 led the way, followed by 46 from Josh Maynard, 49 by Josh Delzer, 51 from David Westenberg, and 52 from Christian Koch.

Sherman's 40 was a culmination of his improvement throughout the year. He ended up finishing the season with a 40.43 average.

"I started off a little rough, had a couple of high scores. As usual, it took me a little bit to get into my swing, find my routine, and constantly just got better over the year, scores started dropping, my putting improved a lot, so I was happy with that," Sherman said. "I'm starting to find my groove a little bit now as I get into the regional and sectional, which I'm really happy about as well."

Maynard (45.86) and Delzer (47.43) each made the second team.



Packerland Golf Conference Tourney

Team Scores

Peshtigo 167

Oconto 186

Southern Door 197





<>Conference Tourney Medalists

Jordan Carvenoug  40

Will Sherman 40

Grant Bauman  42

Adam Bauman 42

Christian Boyle 43

Josh Maynard 46



Marines Win D2 Clintonville Regional, Bulldogs Take Second

Local teams dominated the WIAA Division 2 regional in Clintonville on Tuesday, with Marinette, Peshtigo and Oconto Falls all advancing to sectional competition.

Marinette's 309 was one of the team's best performances of the year, with a medalist round of 70 by Ty Kretz and Trey Kretz's second-place 74 pushing the Marines to first place of 10 teams. After an up and down first nine holes, Ty Kretz settled in and shot a great second nine. "I came back strong on the back by birding 10, 11, 13, 18 to shoot 3 under 33 on the back. I am proud of how well the team performed to take home the regional trophy. We now have 8 days to prepare for sectionals on Wednesday," said Kretz.

Keegan Polomis was ninth of 50 golfers with an 82, Kelten Hermanson tied for 10th at 83 and Terrance Nicklaus rounded out the Marine scores with a 105.

"The team is starting to jell with Trey Kretz shooting his best score of the season at 74 and Keegan Polomis's 82 was solid," Marinette coach Pete Kretz said.

Peshtigo's 324 was good for second place. Adam Bauman, Jordan Carvenough and Grant Bauman all tied for fourth with 79s, Christian Boyle shot an 87 and Carson Collins recorded an 88 to take 21st.

Peshtigo and Marinette have each had their sights set on state all season. After securing the Packerland Conference championship on Thursday, Peshtigo's golfers were focused on making that run to state, taking things one step at a time. After Tuesday's regional, they're just one step away.

"We're going to have to put up a good score at sectionals to make it to state, but we have a good group of guys and we've been shooting pretty good this year, so I'm confident that we can make it," Collins said Thursday.

Xavier shot a 305 at regionals, so that will be the top competition for Marinette and Peshtigo, in addition to one another. Coach Kretz also mentioned Winneconne as having a good team this season.

Oconto Falls took third as a team at Tuesday's regional, with the top four teams advancing to sectional competition. Falls' 345 was three strokes better than Wittenberg-Birnamwood's fourth-place 348.

For the Panthers, Evan Jaeger finished in a four-way tie for 10th with an 83, Rease Hodkiewicz was 15th with an 85, Trevor Metzler recorded an 86 for 17th, Caden Leonhardt tied for 24th with a 91, and Thomas Carmondy's 96 tied him for 30th.

Teams that did not qualify for sectionals included Seymour, Clintonville, Mosinee, Waupaca, Amherst, and Menominee Indian/Gresham.



D2 Regionals Clintonville

Team Results

1. Marinette 309

2. Peshtigo 324

3. Oconto Falls 345

4. Wittenberg-Birnamwood 348

5. Seymour 361

6. Clintonville 370

7. Mosinee 374

8. Waupaca 380

9. Amherst 392

10. Menom. Indian/Gresham 471



Coleman/Crivitz Advance From D3 Florence Regional

The Coleman Cougars and Crivitz Wolverines advanced from Tuesday's WIAA Division 3 regional in Florence on Tuesday.

The top four teams from the six-team regional advanced to sectionals, along with the top four golfers not on qualifying teams.

Wabeno/Laona won the regional with a team score of 366. Coleman was second with a 394, while Crandon (418) also advanced.

Crivitz finished fourth with a team score of 460, Three Lakes/Phelps placed fifth at 474 and Florence was sixth at 495. Golfers from Elcho, Wausaukee, and Niagara also competed but did not make up a team of four to qualify for a team score.

For Coleman, Karson Casper tied for second of 37 golfers with an 86, while teammate Dylan Marquardt was fourth at 91.

Ember DeWitt shot a 104 to take 10th, Kamron Kostrova carded a 113 for 19th and Liam Zeitler was 20th with a 117.

Florence's Matt Johnson qualified as an individual after an eighth-place finish, tied for eighth in the field, and the best score of any golfer not to qualify as part of a team. Also golfing for Florence were Tyler Niehaus (125), Dom Axely (126), Brock Taff (141), and Kaden Campbell (151).

For Crivitz, Joey Pickett shot a 108, TJ Mueller shot a 112, Jack Bauer carded a 118 and Maisen Eiting recorded a 122. Kolby Gilliam's 126 was dropped in the team score.

For Wausaukee, Lukas Edlebeck shot a 124. He was the only Ranger golfer. Niagara's Gavin Holdaway shot a 123, Nate Olsen shot a 131, and Ava Newingham recorded a 159.



D3 Regionals Florence 

Team Results

1. Wabeno/Laona 366

2. Coleman 394

3. Crandon 418

4. Crivitz 460

5. Three Lakes/Phelps 474

6. Florence 495



Individual Results

1 Reed Christianson 83

2 Ryan Simonis 86

2 Karson Casper 86

4 Dylan Marquardt 91

5 Gage Liptack 94

6 Peyton Krause 97

7 Tyler Sprink 98

8 Matt Johnson 103

8 Remington Liptack 103

10 Ember DeWitt 104



Oconto Wins Tiebreaker to Claim Regional Title Over Bonduel

Oconto won the WIAA Division 3 regional in Bonduel on Tuesday with a tiebreaker victory over the hosts.

The Blue Devils and Bears of Bonduel each scored 361 after 18 holes. In a playoff hole, Oconto's lineup scored a 19 and Bonduel shot a 23.

Of 38 golfers, Oconto's Josh Maynard and Christian Koch tied for third with Gibraltar's Teddy Roth at 89. Will Sherman was sixth with a 91, Josh Delzer took eighth at 92 and David Westenberg tied for 16th at 104.

Lena and St. Thomas Aquinas Academy each qualified for sectionals as well after tying for third place. The top four teams advanced to sectionals.

Both teams shot 412s, with the standout again being STAA's Kaden Bailey, who earned medalist honors with a 79. That score tied him with Bonduel's Cooper Uelman, but Bailey prevailed on a tiebreaker hole, recording four strokes to Uelman's five.

"Kaden had a tough front nine but really got things under control during the second nine," STAA coach George Hayes said. "He was pulling everything to the left early in his round, but made the necessary adjustments and battled back. His focus, his composure and his competitiveness is amazing to see in action in a big meet. He took a few gambles during the second nine that paid off for him because he was able to execute the shots."

Also for STAA, Alex Powers took ninth at 94, Theron Thayer recorded a 102 for a tie for 14th, Blake DeDamos scored a 137 and Dominic Piasecki carded a 141.

"I thought our top three guys played very well," Hayes said of Bailey, Powers and Thayer. "Alex was solid all day. I thought he had his best overall round of the day. He also was really focused on scoring well."

For Lena, Braden McVane shot a 96 to tie for 11th, Mason Simonson was 13th at 98, Evan VanderZanden was 20th with a 107 and KC Miller placed 23rd (111).

Marion (432), Sevastopol (471) and Oneida Nation (532) did not qualify for sectionals.

The sectional will be played next Tuesday at Hunters Glen.



D3 Regional Bonduel



Team Results

1. Bonduel 361

2.Oconto 361

3. Lena 412

3. Saint Thomas Aquinas 412

5. Marion 432

6. Sevastopol 471

7. Oneida Nation 532



Individual Results

1. Kaden Bailey 79

1 Cooper Uelman 79

3 Teddy Roth 89

3 Josh Maynard 89

3Christian Koch 89

6 Will Sherman 91

6 Reed Luepke 91

8 Josh Delzer 92

9 Alex Powers 94

10 Mason Moore 95





Thomas/Thielen Win Little River Memorial

Day Scramble


Brendon Thomas and Brad Thielen won the 2021 Memorial Day Scramble at Little River on Monday.

Thomas and Thielen posted a 61 to win the championship flight by one stroke over Jim and Matt Wagner (62).

Three teams put up 63s: Shane Erdman and Gary Nadolny, Brett Hermanson and Brian Bretl and Mike Wagner and Garrett Waloway.

Duos of Bill Lund and Butch Ganter and Blake Grenier and Jim Massy each shot 64s to take sixth and seventh in the championship flight.

Dave Maguire and Mike Swanson won the first flight at 64, Bob Koehn and Marlea Spaude were first in the second flight at 66 and a duo of Alex and Alyssa Drys won flight three with a 69.

Jerrid Bizefski and Omar Morano won the fourth flight (73) and Bev and Roger DeGroot won the fifth fight (76).



Memorial Day Scarmble 



1. Brendon Thomas/ Brad Thielen

2. Jim Wagner/ Matt Wagner

3. Shane Erdman/ Gary Nadolny

4. Brett Hermanson/ Brian Bretl

5. Mike Wagner/ Garrett Waloway

6. Bill Lund/ Butch Ganter

7. Blake Grenier/ Jim Massy



First flight

8. Dave Maguire/ Mike Swanson

9. Jay Eastman/ Connor Eastman

10. Jeff Thielen/ Ben Thielen

11. Steve Cheney/ Kyle Cheney

12. Brady Badker/ Todd Smith

13.Scott Eldridge/Scott Eldridge jr

14. Glen Reinke/ Scott Marineau



Second Flight

15. Bob Koehn/ Marlea Spaude

16.Brian VanDyck/ Erik Kamarinen

17. Sue Barggren/ Chuck Heath

18. Brian Busick/ Jeff Busick

19.Mason Kewley/ Jordan Rasner

20. Tyler Lund/ Bryce Jacobson

21.Bob Landenberger /Cindy Bailey

22. Ken Gressel/ Oscar Burnett



Third Flight

23. Alex Drys/ Alyssa Drys

24. Derek Smith/ Byron Kowalski

25. Sam Komp/ Steve Komp

26. Darren Rupert/ Lonnie Glover

27. Mike Walker/ Elizabeth Rosiejka

28. Brian Wiltzius/ David Wiltzius

29. Zak Lossett/ Amanda Strutz

30. Mike Roeder/ Matt Messenger



Fourth Flight

31. Jerrid Bizefski/Omar Morano

32. Kevin Charlesworth/ Connor Nelson

33. Scott Komp/ Justin Komp

34. Terry Woods/ Gene Miller

35. Brady Eastman/ Jeri Eastman

36. Sam Larsen/ Thad Badker

37. Dan Jacques/ Cindy Jacques



Fifth Flight

38. Bev DeGroot/ Roger DeGroot

39. Jerry Borowski/ Mikey Bayer

40. Tom Morois/ Eric Morois

41. Ed Rowe/ Laura Rowe

42. Art Polzin/ Dixon Polzin

43. Doug Wagner/ Jake Wagner

44. Jake Deschaine/ Travis Walk




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