“We are getting better.” That is how Coach Brian DeHerrera described the performance of the Englewood High School Boys Golf team so far this …
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“We are getting better.”
That is how Coach Brian DeHerrera described the performance of
the Englewood High School Boys Golf team so far this season.
The team is young and inexperienced so, while the scores aren’t
at the top of the list, all the athletes are improving and playing
better golf, the coach said.
The high school golf season is short and the Pirates have
reached the halfway point of the league matches.
They return to the course Sept. 4 at Indian Tree and Sept. 8
they are at West Woods Golf Course. The league season wraps up
Sept. 16 at Hyland Hills and the regionals, the competition
determining who qualifies for state, will be played at Indian Peaks
High school golf is two competitions at one time. Each
individual shoots to score the low score and win medalist title. At
the same time, the scores of the team’s five golfers are added
together to determine the team score.
Englewood was on its home course Aug. 26 for a league match and,
as a team, shot 479. Centaurus posted the low team score with a 323
and Green Mountain was second with a 327.
Individually scores for Englewood were: Garrett Heidrick 109,
Chris Worek 110, Dallas Harmon 126, Trevor Klein 134, Aaron Van
Coach DeHerrera noted Heidrick and Worek have been doing a good
job for the team. He said the seem to have a love for the sport and
are working very hard to play better golf.
He also lauded the efforts of senior Dallas Harman.
“ I know he shot a 126 and that doesn’t sound like a great
score,” the coach said. “But it’s really pretty amazing considering
the fact Dallas never picked up a golf club until about 2 1/2 weeks
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