Girls golf

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Senior Marissa Vilardo tees off at Glenview, the Aves home course. Vilardo is one of two seniors graduating this year. The golf team is looking forward to a great season next year with four of their five varsity players returning.

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The girl’s golf team began preparing for the next season Friday, May 1 at a clinic.

“Last year, we had a tremendous season considering my best player graduated. We were able to achieve lower scores at the GMC and at districts but we still were not able to go to state. We performed fabulously but it was disappointing to not go to state,” Coach Keith Brackenridge said.

The girls are feeling more competitive than ever.

“Next season should be better than last year. Hopefully, we will win GMCs. We have four returning varsity members and many new talented freshmen,” junior Anna Alsip said.

Next year’s team will consist of four of the five players returning to play varsity again.

“Marissa Vilardo and Hannah Brown will be missed next year. Honestly, I don’t know what we will do without their support. I’ve become so close to the seniors and it’s so sad to think they will be gone next year. That being said, I definitely feel that if we work extra hard we can perform even better next year,” sophomore Sophie Kramer said.