By Devon Moore
The Greensburg Salem boys golf team hasn’t made the playoffs since 2006 and graduated six seniors last year. Just don’t tell the Golden Lions there isn’t reason for optimism.
Though depth figures to be an issue, coach Kevin Fajt expects his top players to compete.
“It’s going to be a very tough ...
Gators eye improved section performances By Michael Love
Two years ago Wednesday, Gateway junior Collin McCune experienced one of the more memorable two-shot combinations in the history of high school golf.
On Aug. 26, ...
Burrell golfer trying to live up to name By Bill Beckner Jr.
Tiger Hubbard was born eight days after his father’s golf hero, Tiger Woods, won the 2001 Masters to hold all four major championships at the ...
Derry boys golfers set sights on section title By Zach Brendza
Derry boys golf has been in transition for the past two years. But 2015 could be the Trojans’ year, after settling into a new section with a new coach.
After a coaching change in 2013 and a section change last season, this year Derry is ready to win, third-year coach Tracey ...
Armstrong golfers swap skates for clubs By Jerin Steele
At first, Armstrong golf coach Brendon Ignatz wasn’t sure how fast his team would build chemistry due to the merger of Ford City and Kittanning ...
Freeport’s Helman cards ace in opening match By Bill Beckner Jr.
A pure strike sent the ball high into the air — and straight into a glaring sun — so Freeport senior golfer Nick Helman wasn’t exactly sure where his tee shot went on Friday at Buffalo Golf Course.
It couldn’t have been a bad shot. He felt like it went straight, ...
West Shamokin golfers bring game up to par By Jerin Steele
This summer, West Shamokin golf coach Pete Shoop saw what he called “a young and focused group” utilize optional practices to better their respective games.
Shoop, who is entering his second season as the Wolves coach, hopes the work the players have put in will translate to success on the ...
Beehner, other returnees ready to lead Gators golf team By Kevin Lohman
Over the course of the last three seasons, the Gateway varsity girls golf team has seen steady improvement, watching its win total increase each year.
This season, the team is poised to enter Section 3-AAA competition with a quartet of returning players and a trio of newcomers.
Head coach Dennis ...
Franklin Regional girls golf team seeks spot at WPIALs By Zach Brendza
The Franklin Regional varsity girls golf team was competitive last year, but it finished at .500 in section play and missed the WPIAL team playoffs.
“We kept it close. We didn’t beat the teams we needed to beat to make it a good season, but we were young,” coach Kane Daignault ...
Plum’s Shumaker sisters improve golf game over summer By Kevin Lohman
For many, a summer’s worth of mornings and afternoons spent at the golf course would constitute a leisurely vacation.
For Plum’s Sam and Shelby Shumaker, a summer full of golf means hard work and an opportunity for continued improvement at the craft to which they dedicate themselves.
The sisters practice about once ...
Dunaway takes reins of Plum golf team By Michael Love
Brian Dunaway arrived at Willowbrook Golf Club in Apollo in the spring of 2006 and has served as the golf pro there ever since.
Among his ...
Belle Vernon golfer has drive to improve By Les Harvath
Early in the recently completed scholastic golf season, Belle Vernon Area coach Melvin Gouker watched as junior Eric Harkins sometimes hit tee shots with a ...
Plum golf’s Reynolds caps career with strong showing at PIAA tournament By Michael Love
Andrew Reynolds concluded his Plum varsity golf career last week, and he came away from his first PIAA Class AAA championship experience happy with his performance over the two rounds of 36 holes at Heritage Hills Golf Resort in York.
Reynolds, tied for third after the first day with a 2-over ...
Plum golfer changes commitment By Bill Beckner Jr.
Plum senior golf standout Andrew Reynolds changed his college commitment on Monday, turning down Division II Gannon to accept a scholarship to Division I La Salle in Philadelphia. Reynolds, who tied for a career-best sixth (73-77) at the PIAA Class AAA championship in York, said he heard from La Salle ...
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