Panthers earn first win in ECC play

The Plymouth Panthers finished first in the East Central Conference boys golf mini-meet April 18 at the Lawsonia Links Golf Club in Green Lake.

PHS and Waupun shot ninehole scores of 167 (the low-four players from each school count for team scores) but the Panthers took first on a tiebreaker in which their fifth-place score was better.

Cade Knaus led the Panthers with a 40 which earned him fourth place. The medalist was Winneconne’s Jason Bach with an even-par 36.

Plymouth’s low-four players finished in the too 10 of the medalist standings. Johno Aschenbach and Jake Willeford were in a three-way tie for seventh with 42s and Cole Bogenschuetz was in a four-way tie for 10th at 43.. The fifth player was Alex Shutter with a 44 which won the meet’s tiebreaker for first.

“We played very solid at Lawsonia, winning our first minimeet [of the ECC season]. Cade did a nice job with a 40 in windy conditions but we had five solid scores,” said PHS head coach Dan Knaus.

PHS also played in an ECC mini-meet April 18 at the Mascoutin Golf Club in Berlin. Waupun won the nine-hole event with 157 and the Panthers took second at 162.

The Panthers were led by Aschenbach, Bogenschuetz and Willeford who tied for fourth with 40s. Also scoring for PHS was Shutter with a 42 which placed him in a two-way tie for 10th,

“We had very consistent play from Jake, Johno, Cole and Alex. We have set ourselves up to be in a fight for the conference championship,” said Knaus.

Jacob Schlosser of Kewaskum fired a 2-under-par 34 to earn medalist honors.

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