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The Chargers golf team traveled to Hortonville on Thursday for a non-conference round at The Creeks at Ivy Acres Golf Course. Though the team saw improvement and continue to make strides, it left the clubhouse sitting in third place.

"Our team scores are not where we would like to be," coach Chris Bartletti said. "But as a young team we are looking to learn how to compete."

The challenging course was relentless on all the teams with the majority of scores coming in off the 18th were at or above 100. Witt-Birn couldn't avoid it itself with three players reaching triple digits.

Justin Keeney and Ian Resch tied for the low round for the Chargers both carding a 97 (48, 49 : 49, 48). They were followed by Logan Balliet at 100 (53, 47), Maverick Beran recorded a 111 (56, 55), and Porter Richardson shot a 126 (62, 64).

"I think Justin and Ian are on the verge of becoming a couple top notch players," Bartletti noted. 

Bartletti also added that he's impressed with the improvement of the team with Balliet getting into a better groove in his swing while Beran continues to make strides and build confidence. Richardson is new to the game and learning quickly shaved 20 strokes off his last round.       

Fox Valley Lutheran took the first place spot with a score of 364, Marathon followed in second at 395.

Shane Sonnentag of Marathon took the top honors for an individual round with a 79 (40, 39).

The Chargers continue non-conference play on Monday traveling to Golden Sands Golf Course in Cecil.
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Chargers take third at Ivy Acres course
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The Chargers golf team traveled to Hortonville on Thursday for a non-conference round at The Creeks at Ivy Acres Golf Course. Though the team saw improvement and continue to make strides, it left the clubhouse sitting in third place.

"Our team scores are not where we would like to be," coach Chris Bartletti said. "But as a young team we are looking to learn how to compete."

The challenging course was relentless on all the teams with the majority of scores coming in off the 18th were at or above 100. Witt-Birn couldn't avoid it itself with three players reaching triple digits.

Justin Keeney and Ian Resch tied for the low round for the Chargers both carding a 97 (48, 49 : 49, 48). They were followed by Logan Balliet at 100 (53, 47), Maverick Beran recorded a 111 (56, 55), and Porter Richardson shot a 126 (62, 64).

"I think Justin and Ian are on the verge of becoming a couple top notch players," Bartletti noted. 

Bartletti also added that he's impressed with the improvement of the team with Balliet getting into a better groove in his swing while Beran continues to make strides and build confidence. Richardson is new to the game and learning quickly shaved 20 strokes off his last round.       

Fox Valley Lutheran took the first place spot with a score of 364, Marathon followed in second at 395.

Shane Sonnentag of Marathon took the top honors for an individual round with a 79 (40, 39).

The Chargers continue non-conference play on Monday traveling to Golden Sands Golf Course in Cecil.
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