Hewuse notches first victory in TRGA Trempealeau Mountain Open

TREMPEALEAU, WI - Trey Hewuse of Tomah posted a 3-under par 68 for a 4-shot victory in the TRGA VPP Group/Big Sky Cattle Trempealeau Mountain Open at Trempealeau Mountain Golf Club on Sunday.
Joel Preeshl was runner-up with 72 and Tom McClintock finished third with 73.
Randy Olson won First Flight with even-par 71, while Mark Werner topped Second Flight with 79. Third Flight honors went to Tony Friedl with 81, while Rob Hansen captured Fourth Flight with 85. John Frei won the Men's Gold Division with 87.
Carly Clay topped the Women's Championship Flight with 75, while Terry Ziegelbauer's 73 was best in the Women's Flighted Division.

TRGA VPP Group/Big Sky Cattle Trempealeau Mountain Open

At Trempealeau Mountain Golf Club
In Trempealeau, WI
Sunday, July 23, results

Men's Championship     
Hewuse, Trey 35-33 68     
Preeshl, Joel 35-37 72     
McClintock, Tom 36-37 73
Roth, Austin 36-38 74     
Speltz, Ricky 36-39 75          
Bauer, Jacob 36-40 76         
Leis, Jeremy 37-40 77          
Dunn, Matt 35-44 79          
Peterson, Matthew 40-40 80      
Cayler, Dave 41-43 84      
Fremstad, Arne 41-43 84      
Graf, Jordan 44-44 88

Men's First Flight
Olson, Randy 36-35 71
Loomis, Joe 33-39 72
Hoehn, Matt 36-38 74
Darwin, Tim 36-39 75
Lindseth, Bruce 38-38 76      
Stewart, Rick 39-39 78         
Burton, Erik 37-43 80          
Groth, Kevin 38-42 80          
Weiss, Chris 40-41 81          
Ketterhagen, Tyler 40-45 85      

Men's Second Flight     
Werner, Mark 40-39 79
Pigorsch, Jeff 41-41 82
Seidel, Keith 40-42 82
Breeden, Dan 40-43 83
Shimshak, Jeremiah 44-41 85          
Burns, Robert 40-47 87          
Paine, Randy 41-47 88          
Hunter, Joe 41-50 91      
Drugan, Brennan 48-51 99    
Feldner, Mike DQ     

Men's Third Flight     
Friedl, Tony 40-41 81
Peterson, Tim 36-46 82
Lewis, Michael 43-45 88
Kleifgen, Nick 44-47 91      
Peterson, Mark 43-48 91      
McNutt, Leon 46-46 92          
Roers, Bob 45-47 92         
Smieja, Tim 43-49 92      
Bork, Damian 49-44 93     

Men's Fourth Flight     
Hansen, Rob 38-47 85
Gilbertson, Jim 39-47 86
Mayer, David 41-45 86     
Hackworth, Scott 46-42 88     
Banse, Mitchell 44-49 93      
Davis, Marvin 46-47 93          
DeYoe, Michael 43-50 93      
Feldner, Don 46-47 93          
Miller, Jeff 46-49 95          
Crogan, Steve 48-49 97      
Rice, Patrick 47-58 105          

Men's Gold     
Frei, John 42-45 87     
Loken, Van 45-46 91     
Fortin, Mike 47-46 93
Wall, Richard 45-49 94      
Gora, Marty 47-48 95      
Huegel, Len 48-47 95      
Puestow, Ronald 44-55 99      
Cram, Roger 50-51 101     
Stapleton, Tony 54-61 115      

Women's Championship     
Clay, Carly 38-37 75     
Dunnum, Chelsea 40-45 85      

Women's Flighted     
Ziegelbauer, Terry 44-49-93 73
Baus, Cathi 47-50-97 78


Onalaska's Skogen finishes 3rd in Wisconsin State Amateur

OCONOMOWOC, WI - Ben Skogen of Onalaska, finished in a two-way tie for third place in the 116th annual Wisconsin State Golf Association State Amateur Championship at the Oconomowoc Golf Club in Oconomowoc, WI, on Thursday.
Skogen finished with a 1-under 69 on Thursday for a four-day total 66-73-70-69--278. He also won a $375 gift certificate as well as the other third-place finisher, Peter Webb of Madison.
Eau Claire's Matt Tolan won the 72-hole event with a 7-under 273. Brookfield's Eddie Wajda was the runner-up with 277.
Onalaska's Tyler Church finished in a tie for 14th place with 68-71-70-75--284.  
Holmen's Drew Schroeder and Joe Weber tied with two other players for 34th place. Shroeder shot 71-76-72-73--292. Weber had 72-77-72-71--292.
Jim Walkley, also from Onalaska, finished 49th with 75-72-72-79--298.

Onalaska's Skogen tied for lead in State Amateur

OCONOMOWOC, WI - Ben Skogen of Onalaska, shot a sparkling 4-under par 66 for a first-round tie with Phillip Johnson of Colgate, WI, in the opening round of the Wisconsin State Golf Association State Amateur Championship at the Oconomowoc Golf Club in Oconomowoc, WI, on Monday.
Skogen fired 35-31-66 heading into today's second round of the 72-hole tournament.
Tyler Church, also from Onalaska, is in a three-way tie for fifth place with 68.
Holmen's Drew Schroeder is in a group tied for 26th place with 71, while Onalaska's Joe Weber, last year's winner of the La Crosse County Amateur Golf Championships, is another shot back at 72.
Jim Walkley of Onalaska and Sparta's Ethan Schmitz are in a group tied for 74th place at 75, while Tomah's Trey Hewuse III and Holmen's Mike Drugan are deadlocked in 93rd place with 77.
Only the low 70 scores and ties advance after today's round.


Onalaska's Church, Skogen in hunt for State Am title

OCONOMOWOC, WI - Tyler Church and Ben Skogen, both from Onalaska, are two shots off the pace heading into the final 36 holes of the Wisconsin State Golf Association State Amateur Championship at the Oconomowoc Golf Club in Oconomowoc, WI.
Church fired a 1-over par 71 on Tuesday for a 139 two-day total. Skogen managed 73 on Tuesday, coupled with his 66 opening round for his 139 total and a three-way tie for fifth place.
Jacob Michel of Lodi, WI, Eddie Wajda of Brookfield, WI, and Phillip Johnson of Colgate, WI, are the co-leaders at 137. Samuel Anderson of Stoughton, WI, is alone in fourth place at 138.  
Holmen's Drew Schroeder and Jim Walkley of Onalaska are in a large group tied for 43rd place with 147. Onalaska's Joe Weber is tied for 60th place with 149.
Among those missing the cut were Tomah's Trey Hewuse III (152), Holmen's Mike Drugan (154) and Sparta's Ethan Schmitz (154).

Weber, Skogen lead Coulee Region players into WSGA State Amateur

OCONOMOWOC, WI - The 116th annual Wisconsin State Golf Association State Amateur Championship kicks off Monday, and the four-day, 72-hole event has plenty of local flavor in the 156-player field at the par-70 Oconomowoc Golf Club.
It begins with Joe Weber and Ben Skogen, two members from the La Crosse Country Club in Onalaska. Both players finished in a three-way tie for 18th place last year and are expected to make strong runs again in 2017.
Weber went on to win his first La Crosse County Amateur Golf Championships jacket a few weeks later. Skogen, a member of the University of Wisconsin men's golf team, also had a strong 2017 spring season.
Coulee Region players joining Weber and Skogen in this year's field are Trey Hewuse III of Tomah, WI, Tyler Church of Onalaska, Holmen's Drew Schroeder, who finished runner-up to Weber in last year's County Am, Jim Walkley of Onalaska, and Michael Drugan of Holmen.
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LAWN CARE SPECIALISTS OPEN: Max Hosking won the professional portion of the 24th annual Lawn Care Specialists Open at Drugan's Castle Mound Country Club in Holmen on Saturday. Hosking's 36-hole score was 135. Josh Dirks captured the Amateur title with a 140 and a one-hole sudden death playoff. Other flight winners were: Troy Brovan, First; Dan Leis, Second; and Steve Crogan, Third.