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MHS Boys Golf begins 2023-24 season preparation

MHS Boys Golf Team is looking to improve from last season
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Boys Golf is ready for a new season.

With fall sports coming up just around the corner, teams at MHS are looking to improve performances from last season. This case is no different with MHS Boys Golf. With tryouts recently concluded, a fresh batch of golfers are looking to bring their talents to the table and help the team flourish this season. The Head Coach, Michael Ward, hopes to nurture players’ talents this season. 

“I think last year went well. I [wish] we could’ve qualified more than one player for state,” said Coach Ward. “I believe this group is motivated to improve on last year’s showing.”

 When asked about the team’s preparedness for the 23-24 season, Coach Ward mentioned how players are striving to improve from last year and bring a new level of athleticism to the golf team. Hopes to qualify for state are higher than ever, and players are more than ready to express their talent, hard work, and improvement through their scores and dedication. “I feel we’re well prepared,” he said. “I look forward to seeing improvements from last year.”

 With everyone in agreement regarding the goals for this season, the work and effort spent to make the team is bound to pay off as the season progresses. As the team continues to develop and improve, this year’s season will be something for everybody to look forward to.

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