Jake Shue fought back against the Pony Course at Winchester GC to lead the Knights with medalist honors with a low round of 38. The rest of the Knights struggled, but NHS was able to prevail 189-190.
“I think since I shot well at the Wayne County Invitational, I have turned a corner and I’m really confident and hitting well,” said Jake.
“I hope team rallies around Jake and starts playing better, like he is; it’s going to take some buckling down and simple fixes with swings and then execution of the shots. We need to stop hitting exactly where we cannot go, i.e., hitting into trouble spots. If you know there is a trouble spot, club down and hit it straighter, avoid the danger, and get out the hole without double or triple bogies. It’s got to take some discipline on the players’ part, because we go over not hitting into trouble at practice. It comes down to when it matters and executing the game plan,” said Coach Haynes
Jake Shue 38
Bailey Moistner 48
Taylor Appledorn 52
Nick Laird 51
Kyle Woolums 58
Austin Longfellow 82