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Boys golf has promising start to season

The boys golf team has already been successful at several tournaments this season.

The boys golf team has already been successful at several tournaments this season.

Bart Williams

The boys golf team has already been successful at several tournaments this season.

Bart Williams

Bart Williams

The boys golf team has already been successful at several tournaments this season.

Baylea Perry and Valen Elliott

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The boys Varsity golf team’s season is well under way and they have competed in several tournaments to prepare for the district meet and beyond. So far, they have placed first at the Vidor tournament with senior Trey Love placing second individually and have placed second at the Anahuac tournament with senior Evan Toohey placing first individually.

“Both teams are improving their scores every week,” golf coach Bart Williams said. “Hopefully that keeps up.”

Love and Toohey are considered leaders on the team by Williams.

“They come to practice ready to go and they have great attitudes,” Williams said.

Along with the team having many leaders that stand out to Williams, he said the team as a whole stands out to him for their character.

“The boys and girls are fun to work with,” Williams said. “They are very good kids, and they are respected by the other coaches, and the members of Sunset Grove Golf Course. It makes me proud to be their coach.”

The boys will compete next on March 3 and they hope rack up another win. Sophomore Jack Tindel said he is preparing to compete well at this tournament.

“I figure out what part of my game or swing needs the most work and work on it until I feel confident about it,” Tindel said.

Williams has set the bar high for the team and hopes the golfers are able to win district and advance to regionals and state.

“To accomplish this we need to keep improving each week and peak at the right time,” Williams said.

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