Goshen News, Goshen, IN


June 6, 2013

Season ends for Fairfield, Northridge, Northwood in boys golf



Team Standings

1. Warsaw, 305; 2. Triton, 305; 3. Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger, 309; 4. Fort Wayne Carroll, 310; 5. Fairfield, 313; 6. NorthWood,  314; 7. Columbia City, 317; 8. Homestead, 317; 9. Penn, 318; 10. Mishawaka Marian, 319; 11. Northridge, 319; 12. Elkhart Memorial, 321; 13. Heritage, 321; 14. Leo, 327; 15. Peru, 333; 16. Western, 340; 17. Wabash, 350; 18. East Noble, 351.

Individual Scores

PENN (318) Tommy Butler 41-39-80; John Schwartz 43-34-77; Connor Buckman 37-43-80; Nicholas Thurn 43-41-84; Richard Jung 41-40-81.

NORTHWOOD (314) Dylan Gessinger 38-35-73; Payton Grubbs 39-38-77; Logan Kauffman 37-43-80; Ryan Thompson 45-39-84; Brayden Glaser 45-42-87.

FORT WAYNE CARROLL (310) Garrett Leeper 40-38-78; Stephen Shupert 38-34-72; Chandler Rice 41-37-78; Reid Worden 38-44-82; Mason Miller 43-42-85.

WARSAW (305) Jon Schram 35-34-69; Jonny Hollar 40-41-81; Tim Ahlersmeyer 40-40-80; Will Petro 38-44-82; Evan Cultice 37-38-75.

FORT WAYNE BISHOP DWENGER (309) Callahan Elzey 40-40-80; Pat Allgeler 40-38-78; Spencer Gillig 36-38-74; John Hope 39-42-81; Casey Clooney 40-37-77.

WABASH (350) Jordan Blair 39-41-80; Jack Leland 40-46-86; Parker Harner 47-49-96; Josh Provance 51-50-101; Jack Stein 43-45-88.

MISHAWAKA MARIAN (319) Michael Makris 36-34-70; Conner Isban 42-37-79; John Rozycki 44-44-88; Alex Stopczynski 42-40-82; John Kramer 44-47-91.

NORTHRIDGE (319) Will Erekson 37-34-71; Tom Morrison 43-37-80; Austen Schmidt 44-40-84; Darren Kauffman 42-46-88; Mike Swarzendruber 41-43-84.

EAST NOBLE (351) Michael Sharp 35-35-70; Andy Kretler 47-46-93; Trevor Molen 48-46-94; Evan Hart 49-45-94; Ethan Wyatt 50-47-97.

TRITON (305) Quentyn Carpenter 35-35-70; Ryan Rapp 36-35-71; Tanner Shepherd 42-39-81; Lucas Shafer 39-44-83; Greg Music 53-50-93.

HERITAGE (321) Carter Dornseif 37-34-71; Nick Bienz 41-40-81; Ben Lomow 46-40-86; Dan Schmidt 42-41-83; Connor Burton 59-49-108.

WESTERN (340) Tyler White 39-41-80; Ryan Rossi 40-40-80; Austin Smith 47-40-87; Brennan Raines 51-47-98; Baylor Woolley 40-53-93.

ELKHART MEMORIAL (321) Frank Iavagnillio 43-39-82; Braden Sherwood 44-40-84; Michael Foy 41-43-84; Nicholas Foy 39-40-79; Drew Stutz 42-34-76.

FAIRFIELD (313) Zach Hochstedler 37-36-73; John Stack 41-39-80; Jacob Fry 43-39-82; Jordan Davidhizar 38-40-78; Dustin Layne 40-46-86.

LEO (327) Nate Morris 39-37-76; Kent Kimura 43-41-84; Chandler Reinking 45-41-86; Cal Bada 43-38-81; Nick Mahasena 44-47-91.

COLUMBIA CITY (317) Tyler Green 38-38-76; Spencer Klimek 38-37-75; Max Dryer 41-41-82; Matt Benedict 44-40-84; Cameron Slavich 46-44-90.

HOMESTEAD (317) Gunnar Smith 40-40-80; Chris Eigner 40-39-79; Grant Jagger 39-39-78; Nick Myers 44-37-81; Nick Kocks 38-42-80.

PERU (333) ISaac Badry 44-39-83; Cameron Smith 38-38-76; Kyle Emelio 45-41-86; Andrew Ricee 51-47-98; Austin Finicle 43-45-88.


1. Michael Sharp, East Noble, 70; 2. Michael Markis, Mishawaka Marian, 70; 3. Will Erekson, Northridge, 71; 4. Carter Dornseif, Heritage, 71; 5. Stephen Shupert, Carroll, 72.

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