Eddies move into second in Wolverine golf standings

PAW PAW — While Edwardsburg’s Carter Goodson captured his second straight Wolverine Conference medalist honor Wednesday, Otsego strengthened its grip on the early league lead.

The defending champion Bulldogs captured the second jamboree hosted by Paw Paw at Heritage Glen Golf Club by shooting 168.

Plainwell finished 10 strokes back in second with a 178, while Sturgis and Edwardsburg tied at 185. The Trojans earned third place based on the fifth-man scoring tiebreaker.

Dowagiac finished fifth with a 189.

Otsego now has a five-point lead over runner-up Edwardsburg in the overall standings. The Bulldogs have 20 points and the Eddies 15. Vicksburg is a point farther back in third. Dowagiac is fifth with 12 points.

Goodson shot 37 to edge Otsego’s Casey Syrek for medalist honors by a stroke.

Dowagiac was led by Justin Yamik, who finished with a 46.



At Heritage Glen Golf Club


Carter Goodson, Edwardsburg – 37


Team scores

1. Otsego 168; 2. Plainwell 178; 3. Sturgis 185; 4. Edwardsburg 185; 5. Dowagiac 189; 6. Vicksburg 190; 7. Paw Paw 193; 8. Three Rivers 198; 9. Allegan 204.


Current standings

1. Otsego 20, 2. Edwardsburg 15, 3. Vicksburg 14, 4. Plainwell 14, 5. Dowagiac 12, 6. Sturgis 11, 7. South Haven 8, 8. Paw Paw 8, 9. Three Rivers 5, 10. Allegan 3.


Top 12 individuals

Carter Goodson (E) 37, Casey Syrek (O) 38, Jacob Gemaat (PL) 38, Tyler Rayman (O) 39, Nick Brausch (PP) 40, Ryan Brenneman (S) 41, Justin Denbow (SH) 42, Daniel Grace (TR) 43, Chase Drobny (O) 44, Michael Freske (S) 45, Adam Grabowski (V) 45, Dan Gwin (V) 45.


Edwardsburg results

Carter Goodson 37, Rerik Sterner 46, Ryan Rogers 50, Bo Thomas 52, Adam Kozinski 54.


Dowagiac results

Justin Yakim 46, David Brogan 47, Mitch Warsko 47, Josh Lamphere 49, Zach Davis 54.


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