Girls Golf Heads to State, Falls to 10th Place

The Girls Golf season started in early August and ended late October. Last year the girls ended the season 3rd in state. This year they placed 10th. But many of the seniors said there were great memories made and the season was a great way to end.


One senior, Kaitlyn Amtmann who took 6th in state said, “I am super proud of how everyone did all year.” 


Amtmann said that her favorite memories were with her coach Ryan Andrews and all the jokes he would tell. She said, “I also loved how he would always cheer the team and make sure no one would get down on themselves.” 


Sophomore Alexa Reed said that for her it was a stressful season. She said, “Overall I didn’t do my best. I wanted to do a lot better. Looking at my scores from the rest of the year my state score was pretty bad for me. I’m glad we went to the states though, I had fun.” 


Reed talked about the highs and lows of the season. She said,  “Getting better from last year felt really good, especially because I was practicing all summer, playing almost every day, and working on my game. Some lows were towards the end of the season where I kind of fell apart score-wise.” 


Reed also said, “My favorite thing was just hanging out and having funny moments all the time with the team. They taught me so much about golf but also about life which I really enjoyed.” 


Reed’s favorite memory was getting to know each and every one of her teammates and being able to create bonds that last inside and outside of golf. Reed and other underclassmen will be returning in the fall, but say it will be hard for them without all the seniors.