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Marine/Bulldog Golfers Continue Winning Ways

Issue Date: May 5, 2021

Bay Port Wins Tiebreaker Over Marinette and

Peshtigo at Little River


Three teams finished in a tie for first place in the Marinette Marine Golf Invite on Tuesday, with Bay Port winning the tiebreaker over Peshtigo and Marinette.

Played in a Ryder Cup format, all three teams finished with scores of 144.

The tie was settled with the third team score, so Bay Port got the win, as the Pirates' third team shot an 82, better than Peshtigo's 87 and Marinette's 85.

Marinette's team of Ty and Trey Kretz recorded the best score of any pairing on the day with a 69. Marinette's second squad was Kelten Hermanson and Keegan Polomis, who shot a 75, and the team of Terrance Nicklaus and Adrian Thies shot an 85.

Peshtigo ended up third after the tiebreaker. The Bulldogs' two-person team of Grant Bauman and Carson Collins teamed up for a 71, the second-best score of the day.

Peshtigo's Jordan Carvenough and Adam Bauman shot a 73, while Christian Boyle and Travis Lund teamed up for an 87.

"This was our best competition of the season and our players proved up for the test," Peshtigo coach Kyle Cheney said. "I am proud of our full team's play, but I was especially pleased with the teamwork and scoring of Grant and Carson, who greatly improved upon their last performance from the Coleman Ryder Cup. Shooting a round of 71 as our number two team gave us the opportunity to win, and their play in the coming weeks will be key to our team's success."

Menominee was one stroke behind, with its two pairs recording a 145. Brady Badker and Cooper Conway's tally was 72 and the duo of Andrew MacIntyre and Joe Haire carded a 73. Matthew Mellinger and Kade Lesperance's 94 was dropped.

After Escanaba's 155, Oconto Falls put up a 156 for sixth. Both Panther top two teams finished with 78s, with the duos consisting of Rease Hodkiewicz and Trevor Meltzer and Evan Jaeger and Owen Seidl. Caden Leonhardt and Logan Joachim's 86 was dropped.

St. Thomas Aquinas Academy scored a 174, with Alex Powers and Kaden Bailey shooting 81 and a team of Dominic Piasecki and Theran Thayer scoring a 93. Blake DeDamos and Chase Gromala's 130 was not counted.

"All three teams had some struggles in the event today," STAA coach George Hayes said. "Our number one team of Alex and Kaden were not on top of their game. They were able to get some birdies along the way but not enough to overcome the bogeys."

Crivitz finished with 194. Maisen Eiting and Joe Pickett teamed up for an 86 and the team of Jack Bauer and TJ Mueller shot a 98.



Coleman Bests M&O Field at Hunter's Glen

Coleman won Monday's M&O Conference meet hosted by Wausaukee at Hunters Glen's front nine, but one St. Thomas Aquinas golfer stole the show.

Coleman shot a 203 as a team, with Kamron Kostrova and Ember DeWitt's 47s leading the way. Dylan Marquardt shot a 52, Liam Zeitler carded a 57 and Hannah Murley's 59 was dropped.

Coleman got the team win, but STAA's Kaden Bailey's one-under-par 35 led all golfers by eight strokes.

"Kaden had another outstanding round," STAA coach George Hayes said. "He played with lots of confidence and made shots throughout his round. He is very competitive and has a strong desire to succeed on the golf course."

Also for STAA, Alex Powers show a 47, which Hayes said he was happy with.

"I know he would like to have a few shots back that would have lowered his score. He will be ready to go in his next conference match. I know he wants to finish a little higher in the overall individual standings."

Dominic Piasecki shot a 62, Blake DeDamos carded a 66 and Chase Gromala's 79 was not used in the team score.

"As a team, the guys were pleased with their second-place finish but also believe they were capable of winning the match," Hayes said. "They will have more opportunities in future weeks."

Lena's 212 was third overall, nine strokes off Coleman and two off STAA. Mason Simonson shot a 43, KC Miller ended with a 55, Braeden McVane shot a 56 and Evan Vanderzanden's 58 rounded out the team's scoring.

Crivitz shot a 213 as a team, led by Joey Pickett's 44. Maisen Eiting finished with 48, Brayden Marvin shot a 56, Jake Kosmecki shot a 65 and Aaron Sellen's 74 was dropped.

Wausaukee's 239 was good for fifth. Alex Wojcik shot a 45, Peyton Betts carded a 51, Lukas Edelbeck finished with a 58 and DJ Bergemann finished with an 85.

Oneida was sixth, and Niagara took seventh with a 276. For Niagara, Nate Olson led with 63, Ava Newingham's 65 was second on the team, Oren Loukus shot a 71, Hunter French carded a 77 and Gavin Holdaway"s 81 was fifth on the team.



M&O Match



1. Coleman 203

2. STAA 210

3. Lena 212

4. Crivitz 213

5. Wausaukee 239

6. Oneida 248

7. Niagara 276



Peshtigo Out Plays Packerland Field at The Woods

Peshtigo won the second Packerland Conference meet of the year on Friday, played at the Woods Golf Course.

The Bulldogs shot a 170 as a team over nine holes, 21 strokes better than second-place Oconto.

Jordan Carvenough and Adam Bauman each shot 39s for Peshtigo, tying one another for medalist honors.

"Our senior co-captains Jordan and Adam played well," Peshtigo coach Kyle Cheney said. "They both hit the ball nicely, shooting solid rounds of three over par, 39. They each have a couple of things to work on, and I know with their drive and work ethic, their best gof is on its way."

Grant Bauman shot a 42, Christian Boyle finished with a 50 and Carson Collins' 53 was dropped.

For Oconto, Will Sherman scored a 45, Josh Maynard finished with a 46, Josh Delzer shot a 49, Christian Koch carded 51 and David Westenberg's 53 was not counted.

Sturgeon Bay (208) and Southern Door (219) were the only other teams with at least a four-person lineup, as Gibraltar, Sevastopol and NEW Lutheran each had at least one golfer but not enough to qualify for a team score.



Marines Grab Second Straight NEC Win at High Cliff

Marinette coasted to a first-place finish at High Cliff Golf Course in Sherwood on Friday to start the season with back-to-back North Eastern Conference wins.

South Dakota State commit Ty Kretz led all golfers on the day with a dazzling 69-stroke display to finish two under par. The next-best golfer of any at the competition was his Marinette teammate Kelten Hermanson, who shot an 80.

Kretz was helped to his strong score by a 32 on the front nine, with the exclamation point a string of four straight birdies at one point. He didn't start as well on the back nine, he said, but birdies on holes 16 and 18 helped him get back under par.

It was the second 69 of the year in two NEC meets for Kretz, which leads the NEC by some distance. Hermanson is second in the conference with a 79 average after recording an 80 in Waupaca last week.

Despite sitting second in the conference standings, Hermanson's outlook on the match is indicative of the high standards the Marines have set for themselves this season.

Hermanson said High Cliff was a difficult course for him with tough greens and shots into the greens.

"I'm going to learn from this and practice hard for the next tourneys," he said. "All in all, I didn't play that well but made some birdies and pars, but couldn't keep the bogeys to a minimum."

Trey Kretz tied for fifth with an 83, Keegan Polomis carded a 91 and Terrance Nicklaus finished with a 97.

"I struggled today with a 91 but the team pulled through with a 323," Polomis said. "This was beautiful but costly for me. I need to get off the tee better as I went out of bounds a few times," Polomis said. "It was still a fun time as the short game saved me a few times. Looking forward to a good one at our home meet this Tuesday."

Nicklaus was the opposite of Polomis, as he noted he needs to work on his short clips around the green before Marinette heads home on Tuesday. Trey Kretz said he also needs to improve on the short game after double-bogeying three of his last four holes.

"I played OK but there are a lot of shots I wish I could have had back," he said. "I started off strong but did not finish very well."

Marinette's 323 team score bested second-place Fox Valley Lutheran by 25 strokes.

For Oconto Falls, Trevor Metzler and Caden Leonhard each carded 99s, Rease Hodkiewicz and Thomas Carmody each shot 102s and Logan Joachim's 108-stroke score was dropped.



NEC Meet



1. Marinette 323 

Ty Kretz 69

Kelton Hermanson 80

Trey Kretz 83

Keegan Polomis 91

Terrance Nicklaus 97

2. FVL 348

3. Wrightstown 354

4. Freedom 366

5. Lux-Casco 369

6. Oconto Falls 402 

Rease Hodkiewicz 102

Trevor Metzler 99

Thomas Carmody 102

Logan Joachim 108

Caden Leonhardt 99

7. Little Chute 409

8. Clintonville 417

9. Waupaca 421

10. Denmark 427



Marines Win by 18 Strokes at NEC's Whistling Straits Invite

Marinette won an NEC invite at Whistling Straits behind three top-four finishes.

Ty Kretz was the medalist on the day with a 74, Kelten Hermanson was third with a 79, Trey Kretz was fourth with an 82, and Keegan Polomis saw his 94 round out the Marines top four. Terrance Nicklaus shot a 99 as Marinette scored a 329 as a team.

Oconto Falls was fifth of nine teams, led by Thomas Carmody's 86. Rease Hodkiewicz shot a 95, Logan Joachim recorded a 97, Trevor Metzler's 98 was fourth on the team and Caden Leonhardt rounded out the Panther five with a 101.

Wrightstown was second overall, 18 strokes behind Marinette. Fox Valley Lutheran was third with a 354.




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