If you’re a current subscriber, log in below. If you would like to subscribe, please click the subscribe tab above.
Username and Password Help
Please enter your email and we will send your username and password to you.
Prior to this week’s conference tournament, the Glenwood City golf team placed fourth in it’s final two regular-season conference meets.
Last Monday, May 6, the Hilltoppers tallied at an even 200 strokes at the Valley Golf Course in Mondovi, led by senior Dillon Hierlmeier who finished in a three-way tie for ninth overall.
Four days later on their home golf course at Glen Hills, the Toppers once again came in fourth in the six-team meet with a score of 199 as senior Gavin Samp tied for tenth.
Glenwood City competed in the 18-hole Dunn-St. Croix yesterday (Tuesday, May 14) which was held at Mondovi’s Valley Golf Course. Point values for team and individual finishes are doubled for the conference tournament. Durand entered the event with a comfortable 7-point lead over second-place Spring Valley. Glenwood City (22) held a one-point advantage over Elk Mound (21) for third place.
Glenwood City will compete in the WIAA Division 3 Cameron Regional at Turtleback Golf Course in Rice Lake next Tuesday, May 21. The top four teams along with the top four individuals, who are not members of a qualifying team, will advance to sectional play on Tuesday, May 28 at the Cumberland Golf Course.
Dillon Hierlmeier shot a 46 on the Valley Golf Courses fairways and greens in Mondovi to lead the way for Glenwood City to a fourth-place showing in the May 6 conference meet.
Will Owen was just two strokes off that pace with a 48. Ethan Hanson carded a 50, Gavin Samp shot a 56 and Francesco Tiepolo rounded out the team’s scores with a 62.
Durand took the team title with a 160, followed by Spring Valley at 174, Elk Mound with a 192, the Toppers at 200, Mondovi with a 207 and Colfax shot a 253. Durand players took the top three individual places with Dawson Kurth winning medalist honors with a 37.
Three Glenwood City golfers enjoyed sub-50 games on their home course at Glen Hills last Friday, May 10.
Senior Gavin Samp had the Toppers’ low score of 47.
Classmate Dillon Hierlmeier was just a stroke off, carding a 48. Junior Ethan Hanson shot a 49.
Will Owen finished with a 55 and Alexa Holden rounded out the varsity five some with a 56.
Glenwood City’s final team tally was a 199.
Durand won its fifth straight conference meet with a 174. Spring Valley came in second with a 180, Elk Mound shot a 189, Mondovi finished with a 227 and Colfax had a 265. Durand’s TJ Tulip and Dawson Kurth along with Colton Kotval of Spring Valley shared the medalist award with scores of 41.