The JV Golf team welcomed North Davie MS to Winston Lake for the final match of the 2019 season. The Eagles played an outstanding match as everyone had highlights during their individual play. From Fletcher having his finest round and last round as a student at Summit with a 36. Will scoring an Eagle on the 15th hole. Parker having a solid putting round in his final match as an Eagle. Rhodes and Grayson hitting solid approach shots all day. Finally, Owen shooting a second consecutive under par game and sharing medalist honors with Will, to lead the team with six medalist finishes for the season. The final tally Summit 144 North Davie 199. The JV Eagles finished the season on a high note that will be hard to top for years to come. Congratulations and GO EAGLES...
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The JV Golf team travelled to Mocksville to compete on the Pudding Ridge golf course against two schools ( North Davie and Ellis). This marked the next to the last match for the Eagles and a chance for the Eagles to get back on the winning track after suffering their first loss last week. The Eagles started off hot by all six team members. The Eagles players appeared committed to achieving one of their lowest scoring rounds of the season. In the end, every Eagle finished in the top ten for the match. The medalist was Owen with a season low 32. And the news that made all the Eagles feel good was Grayson shooting his season best 38 finishing 5th overall and Parker finished seventh overall with a season low 41 . These scores mean that every Eagle finished in contention this season in some match. The final score came from (Owen 32, Will 34, Rhodes 37 and Grayson 38). Overall final scores by team Summit 141 Ellis 153 and North Davie 200. The Eagles play their final match against North Davie at Winston Lake on Thursday.
The Eagles played host in a tri team match to Westchester MIddle school and Calvary HS varsity at Winston Lake GC. This match marked the third match of the week for the Eagles, The question of fatigue surfaced but the Eagles wouldn't accept the use of this excuse. Up to this point the Eagles had been on an undefeated roll going back to last year. The play of the Eagles was spotty initially but the Eagles started to bring their game toward the end of the round. The medalist for the day was Will with 41. This event produced a welcomed performance by Grayson(47) which positioned him to be among the top four scorers for the team. Will (41), Owen (42) and Fletcher (43). The Eagles scored 173 and Calvary scored 165, Westchester played well based on the youth of that team. Out of the top 10 players for the event Summit produced five players.
The JV team joined the varsity to take on Davie High school at Oak Valley golf course. The pairings were set to have the varsity play their top six players and the JV to play against the remaining players from the Davie roster. The day was perfect for golf and the course was in excellent shape. The varsity posted an outstanding score of 146 for Summit versus the top four for Davie who scored 167. The top four for the Summit JV scored a solid score of 172. The top five positions for the event went to Summit varsity, The Summit JV claimed three of the top ten positions of the event (Owen(40) 7th, Rhodes(41) 8th and Will (42) 10th). A great showing in high school for the young players who make up a very fine golf team that remains undefeated with three matches to go. The JV Eagles return to the course on Thursday to play a tri match against Westchester and Calvary at Winston Lake.
The Eagles returned from spring break to face FCDS in a two team match at Tanglewood on the Reynolds course. The entire team took a little while to get back into a competitive mode, but once they did the strength of the play of the entire started to show. The medalist honor was shared between Rhodes and Will with a 41. Owen shot 42 and Fletcher shot 45 to give the Eagles a score of 169 to FCDS' score of 219. All six players won their individual matches by commanding numbers. The Eagles are now preparing to really go after their final four matches to close out a great season. A great season not just based on won lost records in matches, but personal competition by all six players in their individual matches as well.