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On their home course at General Old in Riverside on Wednesday, King’s boys golf team took on the Santiago Sharks and saw improvement from prior matches but still fell short of the win by an agonizingly slim five strokes, 198-203.
“We won the first two groups (of players) but couldn’t hold onto the lead in the last group” said Evan Chavez. “Overall we played well but lost the match as a team on the par-three holes.”
The squad fell to 0-2 in league with the outcome and look to put up better scores in the next match.
“Personally, I can’t say I’m happy with the way I played” Chavez said, “Or the way we performed as a unit, but I can say that I gave everything I had and left it all on the course.”
Which is, in it’s own right, the mark of a winner. Now, to get the scores to match the mindset.