Girl’s Golf

The girl’s golf team comes back this season with even higher goals after reaching new records that trump previous years. Much of the team was able to improve their short game and they came together to reduce some of their team weaknesses.

“Overall we did well in most of our matches, though I feel like we can improve even more this year,” sophomore Ally Olsen said.

As it comes time to start this year’s season, each member of the team has their own personal goals that they hope to reach. They have also already set some team goals that they want to achieve together throughout their practices and matches.

“My number one goal is to break 100 strokes in one of the 18 hole tournaments this year because I was super close last year,” junior Emily Pedersen said. “Our biggest team goal would be to improve our ranking in the conference and to lower our team score when we play in tournaments.”

Some of the team’s biggest rivals this season include Lakes and Warren, as their players are tough competition. However, the team is coming together so that they can prepare to take on anything that comes their way. Last year, as a start to reach this goal, the team shot their lowest team score ever, 194, in a match against Grant Community High School, another strong rival of the team.

“The hardest team that we will play against in our conference is Lakes because we are evenly matched when it comes to scores,” senior and team captain Samantha Brown said. “The most difficult team that we could play this year would be Warren because they have some amazing players and very low scores that are extremely hard to beat.”

Make sure to support the Sequoits girls golf team this year as they push to come out on top of this year’s competition.

Boy’s Golf

The Antioch Sequoits boys golf 2017-18 season was an eventful one, with the boys winning the Antioch Invitational, and senior Alexander Riedel receiving fourth place at the NLCC conference tournament. In addition, Riedel won the regional tournament and was able to move on to sectionals. Riedel, along with the rest of the Sequoit golfers, are starting strong and ready to dominate a new season and fight until the end.

“I’m looking forward to having fun and playing the best I can to help the team win,” senior Trevor Gregory said.

With four seniors in the starting lineup, the team looks forward to one more shot at the state tournament and one last ride to make their mark as a team.

“This year, my biggest goal is to go out with a bang,” senior Tony Sertic said. “I want to win conference as a team and make it to state with my teammates.”

This year the boys team has high goals and higher hopes, working to make it their biggest year yet. Their high hopes for this season and their desire to end it all with a trip to state, ensure this year, boys golf is truly going out in style.