Girls golf uses teamwork as success in their season

So far the girls’ golf team is excited for their many matches to come, as well as finally selecting a team captain, sophomore Savanah Wallace.

“Our last matches were September 11, 12, 16, 17 and 18th,” Coach Jim Greci said. “Our league matches began September 17 against Rancho Bernardo.”

This season the players are hoping to have a great amount of improvement as well as enjoying the fall sport.

“I love how we all just play the sport,” senior Breanna Cundari said. “It’s great to be able to go out on the course and just do our best.

The team has personal goals that they want to attain, as well as goals for the whole team to achieve.

“My goal for this year is to lower my score for nine holes in a match,” senior Emily Martin said. “It would be great if I can achieve this because then it would mean that I improved.” “I’ve been doing pretty good this season so I can only hope for the best.”

New players on the team have their own expectations as well including freshman Alyssa Cundari, who hopes to one day be as good as her sister, senior Breanna Cundari.

“I just hope to get as good as the upperclassmen on the team,” Cundari said. “I love my sister, but it would be great if I could get as good as her, and hopefully better. It’s fun to have a little bit of rivalry.”

The girls are already making life long memories that they will remember forever.

“One of the favorite moments so far was a few of the players and me being a witness to a near hole in one by senior Jamie Arnold,” Greci said. “It was a great shot on hole number four at Carmel Highlands.”

So far, the players agree that there has been much development and growth with the team’s golf skills.

“Our season is progressing well with our team members learning a lot about many of the nuances of the game,” Greci said.

All the girls hope to receive a lifetime of memories and are ready to continue into the season.

“This season, I am looking forward to the team becoming closer and making this my best year on the team,” Martin said.

Written by Morgan Lanyon

Morgan is a senior at Mt. Carmel High School. She is kept constantly busy with varsity field hockey, Hebrew school, swim team, and being the co-Editor in Chief of the MC Sun. She has a problem with watching too much TV, and eating an excessive amount of snacks. She knows the lyrics to practically every Billy Joel song, and doesn't care who knows. She also knows about most celebrities, and can answer your questions almost as fast as the internet.

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