Shawano boys golf team finishes 5th at Bay tour stop

Bonduel wins another CWC meet
NEW Media Staff

Several area boys golf teams were in action on May 2, with teams and individuals turning in strong showings.

Shawano hosted a Bay Conference tour stop at Shawano Lake Golf Course in Shawano.

Bonduel, Wittenberg-Birnamwood, Marion and Menominee Indian/Gresham all participated in a Central Wisconsin Conference meet at Foxfire Golf Club in Waupaca.


Shawano placed fifth at the Bay tour stop with a team score of 175. West De Pere (154) was first, with Xavier (165) in second. Seymour (168) took third and New London (170) was fourth.

Luke Guenther and Tucker Pyatskowit led the Hawks on the course with nine-hole rounds of 40.

Braden Barkley was third on the team with a round of 47. Tristan Miller carded a 48, while Noah Davids shot a 50.


Bonduel took first at a second straight CWC meet after posting a team score of 352.

Bonduel's Jake Dreyer was the meet medalist after an 18-hole round of 83. Reed Luepke came in second with an 84.

Colin Margelofsky (88), Jaxon Bogacz (97) and Charlie Tauchen (99) rounded out the five-golfer team for the Bears.

After two CWC meets, Bonduel holds a 35-shot lead over Amherst (740). Dreyer has the top individual score so far.

Witt-Birn placed third as a team at the second CWC meet with a score of 386. The Chargers are also third through two meets.

Dylan Resch led Witt-Birn with a round of 86. George Seegmiller fired a 99.

August Barke (100), Owen Schultz (101) and Joey Seegmiller (114) rounded out Witt-Birn's team.

Marion turned in a team score of 443 and sits in ninth through two meets.

Sam Gueths (102) had Marion's top score, while Kasey Roethle (105) was second on the team. Gracie Grogan (114), Owen Speigel (122) and Cameron Buss (131) filled out the team.

Menominee Indian/Gresham had a team score of 516 on the day.

Jefferson Hoffman (118) led the co-op, while Trentyn Harrison (120) was second. Kaidyen Zaitz (129), Porter Hoffman (149) and River Wheelock (151) capped off the team.