Princeton Boys Golf dominates the season, now prepares for GMCs
Written by Jeremiah Williams | Reporter
Princeton’s golf team has gotten off to a white hot start and is in a position to dominate at the upcoming GMC tournament. Coming off of a 12-5 record last season, the team is currently in second place in the GMC with a 13-1 record.
The team racked up a 10-0 record before finally losing one round to Colerain.
Of their first loss, junior golfer Adam Wagers said “We’re ready to play them again.”
With the season close to a finish and GMCs approaching, our Vikes are hopeful for a title.
Players on the team feel that their good team chemistry has been an asset.
“We watched each other, and critiqued each other,” said junior player Andrew Brooks, “We are taking this season a lot more serious than last year.”
Coach Bagley commented that the team “feels good about themselves and confident” heading into tournament time.
Much of Princeton’s team is atop the individual leader boards in the GMC. With a team composed of juniors, even more accomplishments can be expected in the future.
So far, it’s been a great experience for the team and something the school has a lot of pride about. The Vikes are on pace to set milestones and are hungry for a championship. Such an attitude and mindset has this team in the right place for the mentally challenging sport of golf.