Bett sparks EL-G to third at Wiese Invite


ZACH GAMBRELL (right) of Plymouth hits a tee shot on the 16th hole at Friday’s Wiese Invitational boys golf tournament. ZACH GAMBRELL (right) of Plymouth hits a tee shot on the 16th hole at Friday’s Wiese Invitational boys golf tournament. ¦ Sheboygan Falls wins Division III championship

ELKHART LAKE – Senior Antonio Bett finished runner-up to lead the host Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Resorters to third place in Division III at Friday’s C.J. Wiese Boys Golf Invitational at the Quit Qui Oc Golf Club.

Oostburg won the D-III title with an 18-hole score of 343, followed by Sheboygan Lutheran with 349 and Elkhart, 355. Nate Hasenstein of Lutheran and Bett both shot 80s on the par-71 course and Hasenstein earned medalist honors on a tiebreaker.

Josh Smies led Oostburg with an 81 which gave him third place in D-III.

The Plymouth Panthers placed fourth in the D-I meet with 353. West Bend West was the cham- pion with 321. The medalist was Alex Haas of West Bend West with a 75.


Jake Shovan (below) of Elkhart Lake chips onto the 11th green at Friday’s Wiese Invitational boys golf tournament. — Review photos by Greg Ceilley Jake Shovan (below) of Elkhart Lake chips onto the 11th green at Friday’s Wiese Invitational boys golf tournament. — Review photos by Greg Ceilley Sheboygan Falls captured the D-II championship with an outstanding 308 which was a whopping 38 strokes ahead of secondplace Campbellsport (348). The Falcons were led by Matt Andrews who won division and overall medalist honors with a 1-over-par 72.

Falls’ Matt Bachmann (76) and Tyler Beeck (79) finished second and third, respectively, in D-II.

Elkhart’s other low players were Elliot Van Oss with a 90, Jake Shovan, 92 and Brennan Cain, 93.

PHS was led by Jake Willeford, Aron Schilsky and Zach Gambrell with 88s. Mike Bolland was the team’s other low golfer as he carded an 89.

“We were pretty happy with third place. A couple guys had a few real blow-up holes or we might have snuck into second place but I was really happy with how we played overall,” said Resorter head coach Bart Larson.

“We got very consistent play from all five players,” said PHS head coach Dan Knaus. “They all finished within two strokes of each other.

“What we were lacking was a couple guys taking a step forward and shooting a low score, then we would have had a better team finish.

“We still have time left in the season, and with the weather hopefully getting better we will see some of those improvements from a few guys,” Knaus said.


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