By Brian Kalish
On a cold and windy afternoon at Greenwood Hills Golf Course in Wausau, the SPASH Panthers boys golf team tied with D.C. Everest for first place in Leg #4 of the Wisconsin Valley Conference golf meet.
Both SPASH and Everest finished with 340, while Wausau East checked in at 344.
Wisconsin Rapids took seventh place with a 406.
Once again, East’s Matt Tuman was the individual medalist, carding an 80.
Taylor Thomas was SPASH’s low scorer for the day shooting a 83. Cristian McDonald (84) and Max Bancker (85) also shot well for the Panthers.
SPASH still has a healthy lead over Wausau East in the overall conference standings. The Panthers have 27.5 points to second place East’s 20.
Leg #5 will take place on Friday in Merrill.
1. SPASH and D.C. Everest 340
3. Wausau East 344
4. Marshfield 345
5. Wausau West 353
6. Merrill 378
7. Wisconsin Rapids 406.
1. Matt Tuman (WE) 80
2. Derek Tomczik (DCE) and Brad Goetsch (DCE) 82
4. Taylor Thomas (SPASH) 83
5. Josh Yang (WW), Derek Michalski (Ma) and Cristian McDonald (SPASH) 84
8. Max Bancker (SPASH) and Zach Shortess (Ma) 85
10. Adam Parsells (WW) and Isaac Flath (DCE) 86