Boys golf can’t keep par with Colts

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Boys golf can’t keep par with Colts

LOOKING IN THE DISTANCE, junior Parker Loera and sophomore Zack Sackett watch their drives after teeing off.

LOOKING IN THE DISTANCE, junior Parker Loera and sophomore Zack Sackett watch their drives after teeing off.

Tracy Harmon

LOOKING IN THE DISTANCE, junior Parker Loera and sophomore Zack Sackett watch their drives after teeing off.

Tracy Harmon

Tracy Harmon

LOOKING IN THE DISTANCE, junior Parker Loera and sophomore Zack Sackett watch their drives after teeing off.

Anthony Chiccitt, Deputy Sports Editor

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The boys golf team travelled to the beautiful Nevillewood Country Club on Thursday afternoon to take on the Chartiers Valley Colts in a non-section match-up. Your Black Hawks lost 253-212 after a slow start in their only meeting with the Colts this year.

Parker Loera, the two spot on the team, said: “The difficulty of the course definitely took a toll on the outcome. Also, the colder temperature and wet weather played a role. We need to fix some things and finish the season on a good note.”

The lowest scorer for the Hawks was assistant captain Parker Loera, who shot a 46 on the front nine and tied with his matchup.  As a team, they got off to a slow start and by the time they got things going, it was too late for a comeback.

The varsity team is now standing at 6-7 overall and finished 6-4 in section play. The Hawks are looking to finish their season on a high note, as they only have one game left.  They will be back in action on Monday, Oct. 1 at Hickory Heights Golf Club where they will take on the South Fayette Lions in their final match of the season.

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