Panthers win Wiese Invitational crown


DANTE MILLER of Elkhart Lake tees off on the first hole at Friday’s C.J. Wiese Golf Tournament. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley DANTE MILLER of Elkhart Lake tees off on the first hole at Friday’s C.J. Wiese Golf Tournament. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley ELKHART LAKE – The Plymouth Panthers won the Division I championship in Friday’s C.J. Wiese Boys Golf Invitational at the Quit Qui Oc Golf Club.

PHS, which finished second in D-I the previous two years, shot 329 in the 18-hole event with Sheboygan North placing second at 340. The Panthers’ score led all three divisions.

The host Elkhart Lake- Glenbeulah Resorters’ No. 1 squad placed second in the DIII meet with 356. Elkhart won the division last year. Sheboygan Lutheran earned the D-III title this year with a 342 score.

Elkhart’s No. 2 team placed fourth with 389.

The Panthers were led by senior Jake Willeford and junior Cade Knaus who tied for second in their division with 80s. Willeford and Knaus finished fifth in the overall medalist standings.


COLE BOGENSCHUETZ of Plymouth chips onto the ninth green during Friday’s C.J. Wiese Golf Tournament. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley COLE BOGENSCHUETZ of Plymouth chips onto the ninth green during Friday’s C.J. Wiese Golf Tournament. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley The other low players for PHS were Alex Shutter with an 82 and Cole Bogenschuetz, 87.

The EL-G No. 1 team was paced by junior Dante Miller who placed fourth in D-III with an 86. The Resorters’ other low players were Max Ward with an 88, Brennen Cain, 90 and Sam Lutzke, 92.

The Resorters’ No. 2 squad was led by Alex Viglietti who carded a 95. The team’s other low golfers were Max Kossman and Paker Vollbrecht with 96s and Justin Schultz, 102.

The D-I medalist was Menasha’s Carlos Cisneros with a 79 on the par-71 course. Brenden Mock of Waupun and Drake Wilcox of Sheboygan Lutheran shared the overall medalist honors with 77s. Mock was the D-II medalist and Wilcox led the D-III fi eld.


CADE KNAUS of Plymouth lines up a putt on the ninth green during Friday’s C.J. Wiese Golf Tournament. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley CADE KNAUS of Plymouth lines up a putt on the ninth green during Friday’s C.J. Wiese Golf Tournament. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley Waupun was the D-II champion with a 335 total. Sheboygan Falls took third with 373. Collin Clark paced Falls with an 88 which gave him a share of ninth.

“It’s always great to win the Wiese on our home course. We didn’t play as well as we have lately but we played well enough to win,” said PHS head coach Dan Knaus.

“Cade and Jake played solid with 80s. Alex did a nice job as well. We always want to win our division but it’s even better when we win the overall title as well,” said Knaus.

“I was happy with our performance overall. Being our home course we were hoping to score a little lower but we scored well enough to take second place,” said Elkhart head coach Bart Larson.

“We had four individuals in the top 10 for Division III, so that was encouraging. Sheboygan Lutheran played well and definitely deserved to win.”


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