Oostburg wins CLC Tourney, overall title


MATT BAGNALL, Howards Grove freshman, watches his putt for an attempted birdie on the first hole at Thursday’s CLC Golf Tournament. Bagnall made par 4. MATT BAGNALL, Howards Grove freshman, watches his putt for an attempted birdie on the first hole at Thursday’s CLC Golf Tournament. Bagnall made par 4. SHEBOYGAN – Oostburg capped off an undefeated season in Central Lakeshore Conference boys golf by winning Thursday’s CLC Tournament at the Riverdale Country Club.

The Flying Dutchmen, led my medalist Joe Smies, ran away with the 18- hole tourney crown with a team score of 314. Sheboygan Christian placed second with 344. The Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Resorters took fifth with 353 and the Howards Grove Tigers were seventh at 361.

Oostburg also earned the overall CLC championship with 24 points (dual meet and tourney points combined). The Dutchmen finished 8-0 in league duals. Christian was second overall with 19 points.

Smies fired a 2-over-par 72, including an even-par 34 on the front nine. The runner-up medalist was Isiah Bauer of Cedar Grove-Belgium with a 76. Resorter senior Antonio Bett tied for third with a 77, sparked by an even-par 34 on the front nine.


Elliot Van Oss of Elkhart Lake follows through on his approach shot on the first hole at Thursday’s CLC Golf Tournament. — Review photos by Greg Ceilley Elliot Van Oss of Elkhart Lake follows through on his approach shot on the first hole at Thursday’s CLC Golf Tournament. — Review photos by Greg Ceilley The Tigers were paced by freshman Matt Bagnall who shared 12th with an 85 (42-43).

Elkhart’s other low golfers were Elliot Van Oss with a 90, Jake Shovan, 92 and Brennan Cain with a 94. Van Oss finished strong as he carded a 4-over 40 on the back nine.

HGHS’s other low players were Tyler Myszewski with an 86, Jonny Probst, 93 and Jake Fritz with a 97.

Elkhart, which was 4-4 in CLC duals, finished fifth in the overall standings with 12 points. HGHS placed seventh overall with eight and was 4-4 in dual play.

“I was happy with how we played. Elliot had a real good back nine and Antonio played great,” said Resorter head coach Bart Larson.

“We finished in the middle of the pack and to be honest, we probably reached our potential with our [overall] conference place.”


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