When you return
five of your top six players, you expect to be a veteran group.
Coach Dale Hewitt’s
CHS Girls Golf team isn’t.
“We’ve got four of
five starters back and they’re playing well,” Hewitt said. “Add in a
freshman Elise Stasil and we’re going to be pretty good.”
The Trojans top six
players will feature Stasil, along with four sophomore’s and a junior (Grace
included returning No. 1 player Cara Kroeger, Andrea Hanas, Lexy Hanas and
“Cara’s a good
leader by what she does on the course,” Hewitt said. “She’s not an
upperclassmen, but she acts like it.”
the 2014 season today as they head to Lafayette for the Lafayette Jeff
Invitational at Battleground Golf Course, site of the IHSAA Regional.
“I think it’s big
that we get to see the Regional course again,” Hewitt said. “We’ll see a lot
of really good teams. Our goals are the same as always. We want to get back
the DAC title. I think we have a shot at Sectional and Regional titles and a
chance to get back to State.”
The Trojans will be
six deep for most of the season with some talented junior varsity players
that are waiting in the wings if needed.
“We’ll be pretty
solid,” Hewitt said. “We have some JV kids that are pretty good and will get
some good experience. All of our kids played a lot during the summer and are
very dedicated and self-motivated.
“They know what it
takes to get to the next level.”
And the future
doesn’t look to bad either.
“Top to bottom,
this is one of the better teams we’ve had all the way up and down the line,”
Hewitt said. “We’re going to be good for a few years, but we’re really just
worried about one day at a time.
“They don’t even
talk about the future.”