Golfers ready for conference

Brianna Owen, Journalist

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The MHS Golf team has had an outstanding year, and for golf fans, it’s sadly coming to an end. Meghan Lindsey, a ninth grader and standout shot, has continued the legacy her brother Evan Lindsey left last year. She scored her personal best, a 75, at her last game. Connor Harrington, a junior, has also had an exceptional year, scoring a 77 in his last game. Harrington said, “We are all very close this year, and we all push each other to work really hard and do our best. I think that’s what has made this year one of the best I’ve experienced.” Rounding out the team this year have been juniors Dalton Ray and Katie Collier. Nash Miller, the only senior this year, started the season but missed some matches due to an injury. It is uncertain whether he will play at the conference tournament Sept. 18-20 in Camden.

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