Sheboygan Falls golfers Matt Bachmann and Matt Andrews finished in the top two spots to help power the Falcons to a second-place at Wednesday’s Early Bird Invitational at The Bull at Pinehurst Farms.
Winner Edgerton, which put all four of its scoring golfers in the top 10, finished at 334 — one stroke ahead of runner-up Falls. Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, the only other Sheboygan County team at the meet, finished 13th after carding a 431 team score.
Bachmann took medalist honors after shooting a 4-over-par 76 on the 6,424-yard course. Andrews finished five strokes back and in a four-way tie for second place — with McFarland’s Mathew Davidson, Edgerton’s Brooks Johnson and St. Mary’s Springs’s Brady Sarauer.
Antonio Bett carded a 99 to lead Elkhart Lake.
Team scores: Edgerton 334, Sheboygan Falls 335, Waukesha West 354, Kettle Moraine Lutheran 362, St. Mary’s Springs 363, Nicolet 367, McFarland 368, Campbellsport 374, Waupun 380, Valders 391, Kewaskum 416, North Fond du Lac 430, Elkhart Lake 431, Port Washington 441, Little Chute 443.
Sheboygan Falls (335) — Matt Bachmann 76, Matt Andrews 81, Austin Madden 86, Tyler Beeck 92.
Elkhart Lake (431) — Antonio Bett 99, Jake Shovan 107, Elliot Van Oss 109, Stephen Clemens 116.
Sheboygan Lutheran 187, Random Lake 197
Freshman Nick Falconer shot to the top of the leaderboard after scoring an 8-over 43 to help lead the Crusaders to the Central Lakeshore Conference dual win at Pine Hills Country Club.
Reid Rumack paced the Rams with a 45.
Team scores: Sheboygan Lutheran 187, Random Lake 197.
Sheboygan Lutheran (187) — Nick Facloner 43, Logan Jones 47, Nate Hasenstein 48, Josh Splittgerber 49.
Random Lake (197) — Reid Rumack 45, Jacob Coeur 47, Colin Barrington 50, Nick Mueller 55.
LATE TUESDAY Girls Soccer Cedar Grove 4, Elkhart Lake 2
Camrie Schmitz scored both Elkhart Lake goals and goalkeeper Meghan Clemens registered 15 saves in the Resorters’ net.
But Cedar Grove’s offense finished the game with 23 shots on goal to Elkhart’s eight, and the Rockets’ offensive production was too much for Elkhart’s defense.