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    joyceliao

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    boy's golf

    Post  joyceliao on Thu Apr 15, 2010 12:02 am

    Hole in Won

    A good slice sure can hit that sweet spot. For those of you who are not privy to the esoteric terms associated with golf (which included me until I hit google),both are important words in the sport. However, most of you probably known what a hole in one is--and luckily, its all you need to know on the subject to be up-to-date on the scores of the boys golf team.
    In other words,the members of the Varsity Boys Golf team are back and determined to match or exceed their performances last year. After an impressive league championship last year, they have a lot to live up to. In fact, they were only cut right before the state game! This year, they hope to win league, stay undefeated, and qualify for state.
    "We are planning to make it farther than last year," stated captain sophomore Richard Jeong.
    Though their expectations and goals seem big, they don't want to settle for anything less. Hopefully, their confidence, talent, and hard work will help them achieve their goals.
    However, they are starting off their season just right, beating out Glendora with a final score of 197 to 205 on Mar 2.
    For the boys, practice is every day at the Santa Anita Golf Course, or Par 3. There, they hit a bucket of balls or putt. Many have thought that all it takes to play golf is a lucky swing and a small white ball. However, those who do don't give the sport enough credit.
    Golf can be a tedious sport and takes up much of the players' time. Unlike most other sports, the members of the Boys Varsity Golf team must miss entire days of school in order to go to a comeptition.

    "Golf is really a game of management and patience.It can get boring at times, but as long as you are dedicated to the game, it probably be one of the most competitive sport," said sophomore Jason Park. After all, those who are successful in the sport end up rich, famous, and well-respected.
    For those of you who are interested in the sport, do not be discouraged! According to the captains and members of the team, all it takes is patience and the determination to succeed. "you have to put in a minimum of 2-3 hours a day at the driving range and/or play on the course almost every day. It takes a strong desire to improve and a great deal of dedication to the game of golf," explained Coach Mr. Robert Greep.
    So far, the team's record is practically spotless. They have beaten Glendora two times-once every time they've played against the dominant Apaches! On Mar. 10, Arcadia slid by with a 192 to 203. The next day, they played to perfection, beating Glendale with a score of 208 to 266.
    When the team played against San Marino on Mar. 17, the Apaches won with a close call 133 to 144. However, the next day, the team experience its first and hopefully only loss of the season in their second game against San Marino, losing 334 to San Marino's 314.
    In the Ayala Tournament, the boys took third in a strong field and against harsh conditions. They also won the Glendale tournament despite being presented with difficult situations.
    Their first league meet, which was hosted at the Oakmont County Club on Mar. 29th, resulted in a ____ to _____.
    On Apr. 1, the team beat out John Muir High School with a 192 to their much higher 288.
    Soon after, they took out Oak Park, edging out the school in a close 393 to 403 on Apr. 12.
    The team itself is very close. With only 17 boys on both the varsity and junior varsity teams, the members of Boys Golf know each other very well, and their relationship might be a factor in their past, current, and future success.
    "Our plan for CIF is to win the Central division then move on to CIF team finals where we'd like to qualify for State. AHS golf has never made it to state and the boys would like to be the first team to do so," concluded Coach Greep.

    nancyxiao

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    Re: boy's golf

    Post  nancyxiao on Tue Apr 20, 2010 11:36 am

    Hole in Won

    A good slice sure can hit that sweet spot. For those of you who are not privy to the esoteric terms associated with golf (which included me until I hit google [checked Wikipedia----teehee this is funny Joyce]), both are important words in the sport. However, most of you probably known what a hole in one is--and luckily, its [it's] all you need to know on the subject to be up-to-date on the scores of the boys golf team.
    In other words,the members of the Varsity Boys [Boys Varsity] Golf team are back and determined to match or exceed their performances last year. After an impressive league championship last year, they have a lot to live up to. In fact, they were only cut right before the state game! This year, they hope to win league, stay undefeated, and qualify for state.
    "We are planning to make it farther than last year," stated captain sophomore Richard Jeong.
    Though their expectations and goals seem big, they don't want to settle for anything less. Hopefully, their confidence, talent, and hard work will help them achieve their goals.
    However, they are starting off their season just right, beating out Glendora with a final score of 197 to 205 on Mar 2.
    For the boys, practice is [insert "held"] every day at the Santa Anita Golf Course, or Par 3. There, they hit a bucket of balls or putt. Many have thought that all it takes to play golf is a lucky swing and a small white ball. However, those who do don't [awkward, it sounds super cute! but some people aren't great at reading LOL] give the sport enough credit.
    Golf can be a tedious sport and takes up much of the players' time. Unlike most other sports, the members of the Boys Varsity Golf team must miss entire days of school in order to go to a competition.

    "Golf is really a game of management and patience. It can get boring at times, but as long as you are dedicated to the game, it probably be [is] one of the most competitive sport [sports]," said sophomore Jason Park. After all, those who are successful in the sport end up rich, famous, and well-respected. [hmmm....T-Woods?? haha]
    For those of you who are interested in the sport, do not be discouraged! According to the captains and members of the team, all it takes is patience and the determination to succeed. "you [You] have to put in a minimum of 2-3 hours a day at the driving range and/or play on the course almost every day. It takes a strong desire to improve and a great deal of dedication to the game of golf," explained Coach Mr. Robert Greep.
    So far, the team's record is practically spotless. They have beaten Glendora two times-once every time they've played against the dominant Apaches! On Mar. 10, Arcadia slid by with a [insert "score of"] 192 to 203. The next day, they played to perfection, beating Glendale with a score of 208 to 266.
    When the team played against San Marino on Mar. 17, the Apaches won with a close call 133 to 144. However, the next day, the team experience [experienced] its first and hopefully [(hopefully)] only loss of the season in their second game against San Marino, losing 334 to San Marino's 314.
    In the Ayala Tournament, the boys took third in a strong field and against harsh conditions. They also won the Glendale tournament despite being presented with difficult situations.
    Their first league meet, which was hosted at the Oakmont County [Country] Club on Mar. 29th [29], resulted in a ____ to _____.
    On Apr. 1, the team beat out John Muir High School with a 192 to their much higher 288.
    Soon after, they took out Oak Park, edging out the school in a close 393 to 403 on Apr. 12.
    The team itself is very close. With only 17 boys on both the varsity and junior varsity teams, the members of Boys Golf know each other very well, and their relationship might be a factor in their past, current, and future success.
    "Our plan for CIF is to win the Central division then move on to CIF team finals where we'd like to qualify for State. AHS golf has never made it to state and the boys would like to be the first team to do so," concluded Coach Greep.

    joyceliao

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    Re: boy's golf

    Post  joyceliao on Thu Apr 22, 2010 10:19 am

    haha thanks for copy editing it nancy (:

    Hole in Won

    A good slice sure can hit that sweet spot. For those of you who are not privy to the esoteric terms associated with golf (which included me until I checked Wikipedia),both are important words in the sport. However, most of you probably known what a hole in one is--and luckily, its [it's] all you need to know on the subject to be up-to-date on the scores of the boys golf team.
    In other words,the members of the Boys Varsity Golf team are back and determined to match or exceed their performances last year. After an impressive league championship last year, they have a lot to live up to. In fact, they were only cut right before the state game! This year, they hope to win league, stay undefeated, and qualify for state.
    "We are planning to make it farther than last year," stated captain sophomore Richard Jeong.
    Though their expectations and goals seem big, they don't want to settle for anything less. Hopefully, their confidence, talent, and hard work will help them achieve their goals.
    However, they are starting off their season just right, beating out Glendora with a final score of 197 to 205 on Mar 2.
    For the boys, practice is held every day at the Santa Anita Golf Course, or Par 3. There, they hit a bucket of balls or putt. Many have thought that all it takes to play golf is a lucky swing and a small white ball. However, those who automatically jump to this conclusion don't give the sport enough credit.
    Golf can be a tedious sport and takes up much of the players' time. Unlike most other sports, the members of the Boys Varsity Golf team must miss entire days of school in order to go to a competition.

    "Golf is really a game of management and patience. It can get boring at times, but as long as you are dedicated to the game, it probably is one of the most competitive sports," said sophomore Jason Park. After all, those who are successful in the sport end up rich, famous, and well-respected. [<---should i take that out then? ]
    For those of you who are interested in the sport, do not be discouraged! According to the captains and members of the team, all it takes is patience and the determination to succeed. "You have to put in a minimum of 2-3 hours a day at the driving range and/or play on the course almost every day. It takes a strong desire to improve and a great deal of dedication to the game of golf," explained Coach Mr. Robert Greep.
    So far, the team's record is practically spotless. They have beaten Glendora two times-once every time they've played against the dominant Apaches! On Mar. 10, Arcadia slid by with a score of 192 to 203. The next day, they played to perfection, beating Glendale with a score of 208 to 266.
    When the team played against San Marino on Mar. 17, the Apaches won with a close call 133 to 144. However, the next day, the team experienced its first and (hopefully) only loss of the season in their second game against San Marino, losing 334 to San Marino's 314.
    In the Ayala Tournament, the boys took third in a strong field and against harsh conditions. They also won the Glendale tournament despite being presented with difficult situations.
    Their first league meet, which was hosted at the Oakmont Country Club on Mar. 29 resulted in a ____ to _____.
    On Apr. 1, the team beat out John Muir High School with a 192 to their much higher 288.
    Soon after, they took out Oak Park, edging out the school in a close 393 to 403 on Apr. 12.
    The team itself is very close. With only 17 boys on both the varsity and junior varsity teams, the members of Boys Golf know each other very well, and their relationship might be a factor in their past, current, and future success.
    "Our plan for CIF is to win the Central division then move on to CIF team finals where we'd like to qualify for State. AHS golf has never made it to state and the boys would like to be the first team to do so," concluded Coach Greep.

    joyceliao

    Posts : 36
    Join date : 2010-02-01

    Re: boy's golf

    Post  joyceliao on Mon Apr 26, 2010 10:11 am

    Hole in Won

    A good slice sure can hit that sweet spot. For those of you who are not privy to the esoteric terms associated with golf (which included me until I checked Wikipedia),both are important words in the sport. However, most of you probably known what a hole in one is--and luckily, its [it's] all you need to know on the subject to be up-to-date on the scores of the boys golf team.
    In other words,the members of the Boys Varsity Golf team are back and determined to match or exceed their performances last year. After an impressive league championship last year, they have a lot to live up to. In fact, they were only cut right before the state game! This year, they hope to win league, stay undefeated, and qualify for state.
    "We are planning to make it farther than last year," stated captain sophomore Richard Jeong.
    Though their expectations and goals seem big, they don't want to settle for anything less. Hopefully, their confidence, talent, and hard work will help them achieve their goals.
    However, they are starting off their season just right, beating out Glendora with a final score of 197 to 205 on Mar 2.
    For the boys, practice is held every day at the Santa Anita Golf Course, or Par 3. There, they hit a bucket of balls or putt. Many have thought that all it takes to play golf is a lucky swing and a small white ball. However, those who automatically jump to this conclusion don't give the sport enough credit.
    Golf can be a tedious sport and takes up much of the players' time. Unlike most other sports, the members of the Boys Varsity Golf team must miss entire days of school in order to go to a competition.

    "Golf is really a game of management and patience. It can get boring at times, but as long as you are dedicated to the game, it probably is one of the most competitive sports," said sophomore Jason Park. After all, those who are successful in the sport end up rich, famous, and well-respected. [<---should i take that out then? ]
    For those of you who are interested in the sport, do not be discouraged! According to the captains and members of the team, all it takes is patience and the determination to succeed. "You have to put in a minimum of 2-3 hours a day at the driving range and/or play on the course almost every day. It takes a strong desire to improve and a great deal of dedication to the game of golf," explained Coach Mr. Robert Greep.
    So far, the team's record is practically spotless. They have beaten Glendora two times-once every time they've played against the dominant Apaches! On Mar. 10, Arcadia slid by with a score of 192 to 203. The next day, they played to perfection, beating Glendale with a score of 208 to 266.
    When the team played against San Marino on Mar. 17, the Apaches won with a close call 133 to 144. However, the next day, the team experienced its first and (hopefully) only loss of the season in their second game against San Marino, losing 334 to San Marino's 314.
    In the Ayala Tournament, the boys took third in a strong field and against harsh conditions. They also won the Glendale tournament.
    Their first league meet, which was hosted at the Oakmont Country Club on Mar. 29, only proved the Apache's dominance. They beat out the three other teams in attendance, with a final score of 369 to CV's 401, BHS's 412, and JBHS's 403. Currently, the team is 19-0 overall and 16-0 in league.
    On Apr. 1, the team beat out John Muir High School with a 192 to their much higher 288.
    Soon after, they took out Oak Park, edging out the school in a close 393 to 403 on Apr. 12.
    The team itself is very close. With only 17 boys on both the varsity and junior varsity teams, the members of Boys Golf know each other very well, and their close relationship might be a factor in their past, current, and future success.
    "Our plan for CIF is to win the Central division then move on to CIF team finals where we'd like to qualify for State. AHS golf has never made it to state and the boys would like to be the first team to do so," concluded Coach Greep.

    joyceliao

    Posts : 36
    Join date : 2010-02-01

    Re: boy's golf

    Post  joyceliao on Wed Apr 28, 2010 9:51 pm

    Hole in Won

    A good slice sure can hit that sweet spot. For those of you who are not privy to the esoteric terms associated with golf (which included me until I checked Wikipedia),both are important words in the sport. However, most of you probably known what a hole in one is--and luckily,it's all you need to know on the subject to be up-to-date on the scores of the boys golf team.
    In other words,the members of the Boys Varsity Golf team are back and determined to match or exceed their performances last year. After an impressive league championship last year, they have a lot to live up to. In fact, they were only cut right before the state game! This year, they hope to win league, stay undefeated, and qualify for state.
    "We are planning to make it farther than last year," stated captain sophomore Richard Jeong.
    Though their expectations and goals seem big, they don't want to settle for anything less. Hopefully, their confidence, talent, and hard work will help them achieve their goals.
    However, they are starting off their season just right, beating out Glendora with a final score of 197 to 205 on Mar 2.
    For the boys, practice is held every day at the Santa Anita Golf Course, or Par 3. There, they hit a bucket of balls or putt. Many have thought that all it takes to play golf is a lucky swing and a small white ball. However, those who automatically jump to this conclusion don't give the sport enough credit.
    Golf can be a tedious sport and takes up much of the players' time. Unlike most other sports, the members of the Boys Varsity Golf team must miss entire days of school in order to go to a competition.

    "Golf is really a game of management and patience. It can get boring at times, but as long as you are dedicated to the game, it probably is one of the most competitive sports," said sophomore Jason Park. After all, those who are successful in the sport end up rich, famous, and well-respected.
    For those of you who are interested in the sport, do not be discouraged! According to the captains and members of the team, all it takes is patience and the determination to succeed. "You have to put in a minimum of 2-3 hours a day at the driving range and/or play on the course almost every day. It takes a strong desire to improve and a great deal of dedication to the game of golf," explained Coach Mr. Robert Greep.
    So far, the team's record is practically spotless. They have beaten Glendora two times-once every time they've played against the dominant Apaches! On Mar. 10, Arcadia slid by with a score of 192 to 203. The next day, they played to perfection, beating Glendale with a score of 208 to 266.
    When the team played against San Marino on Mar. 17, the Apaches won with a close call 133 to 144. However, the next day, the team experienced its first and (hopefully) only loss of the season in their second game against San Marino, losing 334 to San Marino's 314.
    In the Ayala Tournament, the boys took third in a strong field and against harsh conditions. They also won the Glendale tournament.
    Their first league meet, which was hosted at the Oakmont Country Club on Mar. 29, only proved the Apache's dominance. The team beat out the three other teams in attendance, with a final score of 392 to CV's 413, BHS's 435, and JBHS's 443.
    At the second league meet, which took place at the DeBell Golf Course on Apr. 15, the Boys Varsity Golf team once again emerged victorious. They were 1st, totaling a 371 to CV's 397, BHS's 388 , and JBHS's 412.
    Their most recent league meet, again at the DeBell Golf Course, proved no different. On Apr. 21, the talented boys of the Varsity Golf team shone, scoring a mere 369 points in comparison to CV's 401, BHS's 412, and JBHS's 403.
    The boys' steady improvements over the course of the season showcase their progress, and, hopefully, a successful conclusion to their 2010 season.
    Currently, the team is 19-0 overall and 16-0 in league.
    However, their accomplishments in their league meets aren't the only ones the guys deserve credit for.
    On Apr. 1, the team beat out John Muir High School with a 192 to their much higher 288.
    Soon after, they took out Oak Park, edging out the school in a close 393 to 403 on Apr. 12.
    The team itself is very close. With only 17 boys on both the varsity and junior varsity teams, the members of Boys Golf know each other very well, and their close relationship might be a factor in their past, current, and future success.
    "Our plan for CIF is to win the Central division then move on to CIF team finals where we'd like to qualify for State. AHS golf has never made it to state and the boys would like to be the first team to do so," concluded Coach Greep.

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