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Small Team Produces Winning Results for Girls Golf Team

Girls golf is in the prime of their season have a winning record of 5-3
Sydney Davis
Catherine Paige tees the golf ball off on a hole at the Links at Dardenne on Sept. 25 against Howell North.

The girls golf team has won most of their matches so far in the season despite having a smaller team this year.

Due to a team of eight golfers, it is harder for them to play and hold themselves up in some tournaments and matches with a limited number of players. The team graduated six seniors from last year. However, the team is playing well and are winning a lot of their matches. They have a record of 5-3 on the season so far. 

“This year was a little scary to see how many people would be on our team,” sophomore Emerson Stubblefield said. “Thankfully a few people joined. A freshman, Jenna Means and a sophomore, Cat Paige.

The team’s expectation is to put their best foot forward, play as hard as they can to the end, and do it in a respectful way.

“They have overachieved their expectations,” coach Cole said.

Paige commented that their strengths are working on themselves and coming together as a team. One aspect she thought to be a weakness in their team is their mental game. 

Another player, junior Sophie Hegyi, said, “We are dedicated to putting in the work, as we practice 10-plus hours a week, and usually go out and practice even more on weekends or in the evenings.”

Instead of taking buses to tournaments this year, the team got a van and the coaches were the drivers.

“That was a laugh making fun of the coaches for driving a van like a mom,” Stubblefield said. 

When asked what she would say to someone interested in golf? Page responded, “They should try golf, because it’s a life sport and they could find it something to enjoy.”

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In January, Vanessa Jackson will have two years of journalism experience in Mr. Hall’s classroom. When she is not in school, she is usually playing one of her two sports. She plays basketball and runs track for our school. She has already made new friends and is excited to meet new people. Even though she has only been here for one year, she is excited to see what the future holds.
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