PHS takes first, ups lead in ECC race

HARTFORD – A strong team effort sparked the Plymouth Panthers to a first-place finish in Thursday afternoon’s East Central Conference boys golf mini-meet

Senior Jake Willeford led the way for the Panthers with a share of medalist honors. Willeford shot a 1-over-par 37 on the front nine at the Washington County Golf Club. Kewaskum’s Jacob Schlosser also carded a 37.

PHS shot 157 and Kewaskum took second with 162. Waupun placed third with 168.

Plymouth’s other low players were Johno Aschenbach who tied for third with a 38, Cade Knaus who shared fifth at 39 and Alex Shutter with a 43.

The victory for the Panthers increased their lead by one point in the ECC point standings. PHS, which has won three of the five league mini-meets, has eight points. Kewaskum is in second place at 11, followed by Waupun with 14.

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