Panthers duo takes top spot at Little River

By: 
Josh Staloch

PESHTIGO – Kadyn Riel and Carson McDermid of Oconto Falls turned in the day’s lowest score of 65 as a duo with the Panthers coming in third place out of five teams in contention at Little River on Tuesday, May 7.

The event, played in a Ryder Cup format, took the top two partner scores from each team. Bay Port came in first place with a team score of 140, Gladstone in second at 148 and then Oconto Falls right behind at 149.

Marinette finished fourth at 153 points as Brady Eastman and Henry Bailey carded a 70. Coleman took fifth place and was led by the team of Thomas Rhode and Cameron Kimmell’s 79.

Wildcats grab 1st at Crivitz Invite

CRIVITZ – Lena High golfer Braden McVane fired a 76 to take top honors at Hunters Glen Golf Club on Saturday, May 10, helping his team to an overall score of 326 to lead the field of 13 teams. 

STAA finished fourth overall with a score of 367, led by a score of 79 from Kaiden Bailey; Thomas Carmody’s 87 led Gillett in fifth place; Coleman was one stroke back in sixth with a card of 376 featuring an 86 from Thomas Rhode  and Oconto was next in seventh with 378, led by a round of 78 from Carter Koch, good for the second best round of the day.

Lena on top of competitive field at North Shore

MENOMINEE – Playing through wet and windy conditions at North Shore, the Lena High golf team turned in the lowest scorecard of the seven M&O Conference teams with a 158, 20 better than second-place Gillett at 178. Coleman was third with a total score of 180, STAA fourth at 202, then Niagara at 208, Oneida with 215 and Crivit in seventh with a team score of 267.

STAA’s Kaiden Bailey and Lena’s Braden McVane each shot a 38 to pace the field, followed closely by Evan Vanderzanden of Lena at 39.

Up next in fourth was Lena’s Mason Spice at 40, followed by a four-way tie for fifth place with Thomas Carmody of Gillett, Mason Belongia and Drake Dionne of Lena and Thomas Rhode of Coleman each shooting a 41.

Menominee girls swing their way to second 

ESCANABA – The Menominee High girls golf team, led by a round of 51 from both Mackenzie Doyle and Ana Chouinard, turned in a team score of 212 and finished in second place on Saturday, May. 10 at the Esky Great Northern Conference Invite.

Only 10 points behind the first-place Eskymos, the Maroons also got a 53 from Lexi Marineau and a 57 from Anna Axtell.

 

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