South Winn senior Trevor Schweinefus tied for 11th in the Class 2A state golf tournament over the weekend. (Photo courtesy Shanna Schweinefus)
South Winn senior Trevor Schweinefus tied for 11th in the Class 2A state golf tournament over the weekend. (Photo courtesy Shanna Schweinefus)
South Winn senior Trevor Schweienfus ended his storied high school golf career over the weekend, just missing a top-10 spot in Class 2A.
Schweinefus was the lone SW golfer to advance to state. It was his second year in a row competing in Livermore. Last year he finished 17th with a 163.
This season he tied for 11th out of 61 linksters, firing a 158. He had a 77 on the first day and an 81 on the second.
Senior Trevor Ullestad of South Hamilton was the individual champion with a 144 (70-74). South Hamilton was the team champion with a 621 (309-312).
“It was an honor to make it for the second year in a row. We have the toughest district in the state to get to the state tournament, and the winners have come from our district for the last several years,” said SW Co-Coaches Paul Jungblut and Doug Schweinefus. “Trevor’s great attitude, consistent play all year and hard work proved to be what got him there. “
“Even though Trevor was not completely happy with his score, we couldn’t be prouder of how he represented himself, our team and his school. He will be missed on the SW golf team next year, but we expect great things from him as he golfs for the Central men’s golf team in Pella next year.”