Trojan Boys Golf tees off season today

Trojan Boys Golf tees off season today

Trojan Boys Golf tees off season today

After the team returned to Palestine from the tournament, Dear reported, the boys wanted to play another 18 holes at Wildcat Golf Course - so that's an encouraging sign.

Sheehan finished tied for second in the men's tournament.

"We struggled as it got cold last night until the sirens aired that stopped play", Porten said.

"This year, hopefully, with a little more experience go back and go through the round a little bit better and hopefully I'll finish in the top 10 or if not, win it".

"I was on the putting green for probably two hours yesterday and actually got 30 minutes of work in".

But the Lincoln Pius X senior says his improved scores can also be credited to his high school coach, who has helped Koenig improve his composure on the course and subsequently shave strokes off his score. Others that saw some varsity time a year ago and are back this season are sophomores Brady Bartes and Jackson Dryhaug and freshman Joe Hulet.

"Sean will be three for us", Nelson said.

"I have 22 grandchildren and I know what it's like when they achieve anything".

"Kallie signed up with a recruiting agency a year ago, and the coach at Aurora just happened to spot her and invited us to visit back in October", David says. There are nine freshmen on the team who could crack the lineup this season. "We've put in a lot of practice in the last week or so". Neither host Vance nor West Charlotte houses enough golfers to craft a team score.

"I think we can move up three or four spots", he said.

This year, though, Lundin has a pair of seniors to lead the girls team in Anessa Graves and Amanda Martin.

Seniors Camryn Steinberg, who earned all-conference honors last season, and Shoshana Bruner have been part of the varsity since ninth grade. It's nice to see another sophomore break through and medal.

"I hope I'm not showing disrespect to my six Masters victories because they were certainly exciting to me", he revealed, "but when your grandchild or your children do things, that to me is more important than what you ever did yourself". "I always wanted to play college golf and I'm blessed to finally make it happen".

Concordia was originally scheduled to start the season at the Wamego Invitational on April 3, but the tournament was postponed because of bad weather.

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