• Girl’s golf takes a team approach

    After a 9-2 record last season, the girls’ golf team of Pacific Grove High have their work cut out for them if they want to repeat that success. Fourth-year head coach Marcia Waitt would not give a prediction on how this season would turn out. Waitt said that there is so much turnover from year to year that it’s hard to tell how her team will fare against the competition. She did say however, that while her team does not have any superstars as of yet, they expect to be competitive with an overall team approach.
    Hayley Yukihiro, a junior

    Ashley Aguilera, a junior who is in her second season with the team said that one of her major goals is to “get more pars.” Another junior, Hayley Yukihiro recently transferred from Trinity High. While she wants to play well all of the time, one of her main goals is to beat her sister, who still plays for Trinity, when they play later in the season.

    The Breakers play their first match of the season against Monte Vista Christian, in Pacific Grove on Thursday, September 11 at 3:30 p.m.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on September 10, 2014

    Topics: Front PG News, Sports

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