Panthers earn fourth straight ECC win


ALEX SHUTTER of Plymouth, shown putting during the Sheboygan County Golf Invitational April 22 at Whistling Straits’ Irish Course, helped PHS win the Branch River Invitational May 9. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley ALEX SHUTTER of Plymouth, shown putting during the Sheboygan County Golf Invitational April 22 at Whistling Straits’ Irish Course, helped PHS win the Branch River Invitational May 9. – Review photo by Greg Ceilley Plymouth took another key step toward winning the East Central Conference boys golf title with a first-place finish in a mini-meet Wednesday afternoon at the Quit Qui Oc Golf Club in Elkhart Lake.

The Panthers shot an outstanding 148 to win by 12 strokes over runner-up Kewaskum (160). PHS was led by senior Cole Bogenschuetz who fired an even-par 35 on the front nine to earn medalist honors. PHS junior Cade Knaus took second with a 36.

Plymouth’s other low golfers were Jake Willeford with a 38, which gave him fifth, and Johno Aschenbach who was in a three-way tie for sixth at 39.

The victory was the Panthers’ fourth straight in ECC play and increased their lead over second-place Kewaskum to four points, 9-13. PHS finished second and third in the other two ECC mini-meets this season.

“We played our best match of the year and was our best team score in the last six years or so. Cole was awesome with a 35. Cade and Jake also played very solid,” said PHS head coach Dan Knaus.

BRANCH RIVER INVITE

The Panthers won the Branch River Invitational May 9 at the Branch River Country Club in Cato. The tournament included 11 schools with a pair of two-man teams each.

PHS shot 148 in the 18- hole event, led by Knaus and Alex Shutter who teamed up to shoot a 1-over-par 73 which led the field. The Panthers’ other duo was Willeford and Bogenschutez who carded a 75 which earned them third place.

The Panthers won the tourney by an impressive 13 shots over runner-up Sheboygan North (161).

“An awesome win for us. All four guys played very well,” said Knaus.

COUGAR SCRAMBLE

The Panthers won the Cougar Scramble tournament May 1 at the Auburn Bluffs Golf Course in Campbellsport.

The format was each school having a four-player team in the 18-hole event. Plymouth’s foursome of Willeford, Bogenschuetz, Knaus and Shutter combined for an excellent score of 58 which was 14-under par. Saint Mary’s Springs (Fond du Lac) was second with 62. Howards Grove took sixth with 66.

“It was a fun meet. The group played extremely well,” said coach Knaus.


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