September 17th, 2020
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Layla Gilbert, accompanied by her Mom, Alison Crawford and her sister, Emme. Layla has been a 4 year member of the girls golf program, playing 1 year on JV and 3 years on the varsity team. Layla hopes to play golf next fall at the collegiate level. Her plan is to double major in statistics and English and go on to law school after completing her undergraduate studies.
Morgan Polcar, accompanied by her parents, Courtney and Tom Polcar. Morgan has been a 4 year member of the girls golf program, playing 1 year on JV and the past 3 years on varsity. Upon graduation, Morgan plans to attend college and major in public health and plans to attend Medical school following her undergraduate studies.
Dennis Bergansky, accompanied by his parents, Kathleen and Dennis Bergansky. Dennis is a 2 year member of the boys golf program. He is also a member of the lacrosse team and a former member of both the basketball and football programs here at Kenston. He is undecided what he will be doing after graduation this spring.
Nathan Gaskins, accompanied by his parents, Neysa and Chris Gaskins. Nathan is a 4 year member of the boys golf program, playing 1 year on JV and the past 3 years on the varsity team. He is also a member of the baseball program. Upon graduation, he plans to pursue a career in law and business.
Tommy Most, escorted by his parents, Tammy and Mark Most. Tommy is in his first year on the golf team. He is also a member of the basketball team. After graduation, Tommy plans to attend college somewhere in Ohio to major in marketing.
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Published in The News-Herald August 6, 2020 Nate Barnes High school athletic competition occurred in Ohio for the first time since March when golf season began Aug. 5. A handful of area teams convened at Punderson Golf Club in Newbury, where Eastlake North’s Tyler Schwenk carded a 77 to place first among individuals. Next to… Continue Reading
I decided to dig into the golf team by asking Nathan Gaskins a couple of questions about his game, the team, and if and how Covid-19 will affect next year’s golf season. I went into stuff like what his clubs are to skill sets of everyone on the team. Next year the team will be… Continue Reading
I decided to dig into the golf team by asking Gavin Scocos a couple of questions about his game and the team. I went into stuff like what his clubs are to skill sets of everyone on the team. Next year the team will be losing two very good players. So I asked him how… Continue Reading
I decided to dig into the golf team by asking Will Pollack a couple of questions about his game and the team. I went into stuff like what his clubs are to skill sets of everyone on the team. Next year the team will be losing two very good players. So I asked him how… Continue Reading
By Jack Kubaitis, Once the golf season ends, the golfer doesn’t stop. The average golfer can’t just go three months without golf and expect to come back stronger and better. They dedicate a lot of their time and money to get more lessons and practice. There’s always improvement needed and that’s what practice is for.… Continue Reading
Published in The Chagrin Valley Times October 3, 2019 Tony Lange The University School boys golf team didn’t graduate any linkers from last year’s postseason team, but the Preppers had a new ringer leading them back to districts during the Division I sectional tournament on Tuesday in Concord Township. Representing the maroon and black out… Continue Reading
On Tuesday, September 24, 2019, the Kenston boys JV and Varsity Golf team attended an event at Shaker Country Club hosted by our superintendent, Mrs. Santilli. The boys played a 9 hole round of golf, followed by a very nice dinner in the main dining room. We interviewed Jackson Keen, a golfer on the Kenston… Continue Reading
The boys golf team is off to a 8-2 record, 8-0 in conference play. They placed 4th out of 13 teams in the KIT Invitational with big performances from the seniors Adam Farrell and Robert Sunderhaft, each shooting under 90. The team’s only other loss came from an outing against Gilmour and Revere where they… Continue Reading
Published in The Chagrin Valley Times August 8, 2019 Tony Lange Sparked by a trio of freshmen, the University School boys golf program captured the team trophy during the Kenston Invitational Tournament on Tuesday at Punderson State Park’s par-72 course in Newbury. Suchin Singh led the Prepper linksters with a 77-stroke round, while fellow freshmen… Continue Reading