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Monday, October 14, 2019

Girls Golf Goes Gold

Undefeated: very few teams can boast   of such a status for long, let alone for an entire season. However, the girls’ golf team has had a flawless season.
As an undefeated team, the girl’s golf team’s score is 10-0. Despite a low handicap, they had the lowest team score. Some outstanding golfers included Lisa Sasaki, Michelle Wong, Kristen Wu and Diana Brewer whose exceptional talents lent a much-valued consistency to the team.
The bearcats came short in first place last year, placing second in the season. “Our overall goal is to win the season because last year they got second,” said Mr. Ikeda, coach of the golf team.
“Our goal is to play well, to do our best and to beat last year’s record,” added Christine Shieh, senior. “Our weakness is our short shots and also that we need to stay positive during the games,” Christine said.
“Our strengths are that everyone has improved their scores and we are hitting consistently overall.” she mentioned. “The golf team is a well
rounded team, which is good because teams are usually not balanced,” added Mr. Ikeda. The bearcats are lucky to have such a talented and hard-working team, and they continue to maintain an impressive record.
Diana Brewer, junior, has been on the team since her freshman year and has witnessed the growth of such a exceptional team. “I think we have all been doing well and improving, and that is the reason for our undefeated record. In order to do well in CCS, we just need to keep our heads in the game.” said Diana.
“The great season has not just been the effort of a few people. It has been a team effort which has gotten us here,” said Mr. Ikeda. Mr. Ikeda’s inspiring leadership is one of the many factors that led our bearcats to such an amazing success.
The girls’ golf team will be going to CCS on November 1 at the Cañada College in Carmel. Continue to support and encourage the team in the hallways, and let’s support and congratulate the girls on their amazing season.

Undefeated: very few teams can boast   of such a status for long, let alone for an entire season. However, the girls’ golf team has had a flawless season.   As an undefeated team, the girl’s golf team’s score is 10-0. Despite a low handicap, they had the lowest team score. Some outstanding golfers included Lisa Sasaki, Michelle Wong, Kristen Wu and Diana Brewer whose exceptional talents lent a much-valued consistency to the team.   The bearcats came short in first place last year, placing second in the season. “Our overall goal is to win the season because last year they got second,” said Mr. Ikeda, coach of the golf team.   “Our goal is to play well, to do our best and to beat last year’s record,” added Christine Shieh, senior. “Our weakness is our short shots and also that we need to stay positive during the games,” Christine said.    “Our strengths are that everyone has improved their scores and we are hitting consistently overall.” she mentioned. “The golf team is a well rounded team, which is good because teams are usually not balanced,” added Mr. Ikeda. The bearcats are lucky to have such a talented and hard-working team, and they continue to maintain an impressive record.   Diana Brewer, junior, has been on the team since her freshman year and has witnessed the growth of such a exceptional team. “I think we have all been doing well and improving, and that is the reason for our undefeated record. In order to do well in CCS, we just need to keep our heads in the game.” said Diana.   “The great season has not just been the effort of a few people. It has been a team effort which has gotten us here,” said Mr. Ikeda. Mr. Ikeda’s inspiring leadership is one of the many factors that led our bearcats to such an amazing success.   The girls’ golf team will be going to CCS on November 1 at the Cañada College in Carmel. Continue to support and encourage the team in the hallways, and let’s support and congratulate the girls on their amazing season.

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