Out in Front: Golf Wins Opening Matches Against Br. Martin and Holy Cross
The road to the state golf tournament has begun for Jesuit High School (JHS).
The Blue Jays played their first 9-hole match of the spring season Tuesday against the Brother Martin (BM) Crusaders at English Turn. Team 1 defeated Br. Martin with a score of 161 to the Crusaders’ 174. Team 2 tied BM’s first team, 174-174. Freshman newcomer Taylor Boasberg led the way for Team 1 with a two-over round of 38. Junior Andrew Barreca led Team 2 and all scorers with a one-over 37. Freshman Morgan Hebert, also a first-year player, controlled his nerves on the final hole to make a knee-knocker putt that prevented JHS Team 2 from losing by a stroke.
Then on Thursday, March 14, the Jays returned to English Turn and survived Holy Cross by turning in four 42’s and a one-over 37, shot by Boasberg.
Through the Lens…
By the Numbers…
Scores vs. BM, Tuesday, March 12
JHS (161) 42 | 42 | 42 | 42 | 37
BM (174) 45 | 42 | 57 | 39 | 43
Scores vs. HC, Thursday, March 14
JHS (163) 42 | 42 | 42 | 42 | 37
HC (169) 45 | 42 | 57 | 39 | 43
On the Horizon…
Golf Page on the Jesuit Website