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With hard work and dedication, the Antioch boys golf team has high expectations for this upcoming season. Losing a couple key golfers, the Sequoits may have to step up their game.

“We have some very good talent and I think we, together as a team, are for sure gonna kick butt,” junior Logan Schlappi said. “I think we have really good potential at taking conference this year and progress hugely.”

With high spirits, Antioch has no doubt of reaching their goals throughout this season. Having their season end with a 9-1 record, golfers need to fill some big shoes. Losing two of their best golfers, Alex Riedel and Tony Certic were huge parts of the team.

“We have some seniors that have been playing golf for awhile now and really know how to hit the ball, like Gavin Eldridge,” Schlappi said. “He has bad days and good days, like everyone, but his good days are like really good.”

The Sequoits are looking to achieve their ultimate goal of sending golfers down to state. The boys are prepared for yet another successful season and cannot wait to get back on the green.

“I feel like our season will go back and forth, but we hope to turn up on top,” sophomore William Torres said.