Different schools, different districts all with one goal, to see their teams improve before district competition in October. Pace High Boys Golf Coach, Keith Kirchharr has high hopes for his boys golf team. Pace senior Zac Moxley went to the regional match last season and Kirchharr is hoping to see a repeat. With Moxley and Ben Brown returning along with the strengths of the rest of his Patriot team, Kirchharr is optimistic for a good season.



Central School coached by Mike Roberts also expects to see a good season with a great district representation. Returning member Jesse Jernigan, an area leader the past four years returns ready to compete. Central is seeing improvement within their new, young players and is also looking for an outstanding season from Damon Sellars.



2A Milton High School coached by Murray Rutledge, wants his team to get as must experience as they can before district in October. Rutledge speaks highly of the five players on his team. Alec Riley, a veteran varsity member leads the team on the course. Rutledge states, “We have the potential to get better and better.”



The match held at Tanglewood was called in the middle of play action due to the severe weather conditions.