The CHS girls golf team competed against Providence yesterday at Elk Run. Providence defeated CHS, but the girls are continuing to improve each match. “We are not putting together a consistent number of holes, but have a few good ones that help to improve our team score. Emma Sellers is shooting consistently each match. Grace Sellers, Madison Schnell, and Brianna McCutcheon have shown improvement since the beginning of the season. The season is winding down, but hope to continue our improvement individually and as a team each match,” commented Head Coach Kim Carroll. The Lady Pirates will be back in action on Thursday night against Jeffersonville.
The Charlestown Lady Pirate Golf team competed against Silver Creek, Borden and Eastern on Thursday night in a match played at Hidden Creek Golf Course. Emma Sellers, Grace Sellers, Madison Scnell, and Brianna McCutcheon all improved their scores. Charlestown lowered their team score 15 strokes from Tuesday to Thursday night’s match. “The girls were contacting the ball better yesterday, and are improving their fundamentals each week,” commented Head Coach Kim Carroll. The Lady Pirates will be back in action on August 31st in a match against Providence.
The Charlestown Lady Pirate golf team, back in action Tuesday night, lost to Silver Creek at Hidden Creek Golf Course. “Silver Creek are very experienced golfers and shot well. Charlestown girls continued to improve. Grace Sellers lowered her score yesterday. I am hopeful the girls will continue to work on the fundamentals of the game and improve during the season,” commented Head Coach Kim Carroll followed the event. The Lady Pirates will be back in action Thursday night, against Eastern and Silver Creek at Hidden Creek Golf Course, starting at 4:30pm.
The team also announced that they scheduled a match against Providence, which will occur on August 31st at Elk Run Golf Course (their home course) starting at 4:00pm.
The Charlestown Lady Pirate Golf team competed in their first match of the season Monday night at Westwood Golf Course in Scottsburg, Indiana. The Lady Pirates, with four new golfers to the program, and one golfer with only one year of experience, finished last of three teams on Monday night. Scottsburg came in first, scoring 218. Jeffersonville finished second, scoring 247, and Charlestown finished third, scoring 273. “The girls did their best, considering four of the CHS golfers had never played golf and one CHS golfer had one year of experience. The new golfers were nervous never competing in a golf match, but realize how difficult the game of golf can be. I hope to see improvement during the season with each of them,” commented CHS Lady Pirate Head Coach Kim Carroll. The Lady Pirates will be back in action tonight, Thursday, August 13th against Clarksville at their home course, Elk Run Golf Course. The match begins at 4:00pm.