Falls wins third straight EWC Tourney, overall title


TJ MOEGENBURG of Plymouth tees off on the 10th hole during Wednesday’s EWC Golf Tournament at the Whispering Springs Golf Club in Fond du Lac. — Photo by Craig Hoffman, Tri-County News TJ MOEGENBURG of Plymouth tees off on the 10th hole during Wednesday’s EWC Golf Tournament at the Whispering Springs Golf Club in Fond du Lac. — Photo by Craig Hoffman, Tri-County News FOND DU LAC – The Sheboygan Falls Falcons won their third consecutive Eastern Wisconsin Conference Boys Golf Tournament Thursday at the Whispering Springs Golf Club.

The 18-hole tourney victory wrapped up the Falcons’ third straight EWC overall championship (includes the 18-hole tourney and the eight mini-tour meets). Falls shot 315, followed by Campbellsport with 327 and the Plymouth Panthers, 352.

Falls, which won seven of the eight mini-tour events, scored 11 points in the overall standings. Campbellsport finished second with 22, followed by the Plymouth Panthers with 33.

Sophomore Matt Bachmann, the EWC’s Golfer of the Year, was the tourney medalist for the second straight year with a 2-overpar 74. Falls’ Matt Andrews and Campbellsport’s Jack Adams shared runner-up medalist honors with 78s.

The Panthers were led by junior Zach Gambrell who tied for sixth with an 81 (41 on the front nine and 40 on the back). Freshman Jake Willeford shared ninth with an 83. Plymouth’s other low players were Jaryd Larson and Aron Schilsky with 94s.

“Zach Gambrell played very solid to lead us with an 81 and Jake Willeford also played well with an 83,” said PHS head coach Dan Knaus.

“We had our ups and downs this conference season but we are ready to move on to the [WIAA] tournament season with a positive mindset.”

The EWC mini-tour season wrapped up last week with a pair of meets. On Tuesday, Falls took first at the Rock River Country Club in Waupun with a nine-hole score of 164. PHS was third at 175. Schilsky and Falls’ Tyler Beeck shared medalist honors with a 1-over-par 37s. It was Schilsky’s career-best round.

On May 19, Falls won the meet at the Fox Hills Resort in Mishicot with a score of 157 on the National Course. Bachmann fired an evenpar 36 to lead the field. Larson took fourth with a 40 to lead PHS which shared third with Waupun at 171.


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