Boys’ Golf prepares for Kankakee Invite


Marianna Young

PUTTING AROUND As he practices on the Centennial course, Torin Mulcahy, junior, takes his turn on the putting green.

Dorothy Lakshmanamurthy, Page Editor

Taking the first place win at the Bomber Invite May 9, Boys’ Golf prepares for their the Kankakee Valley Invite tomorrow. The team’s season record is currently 4-2 and 3-1 in Conference.

Throughout this season, Sam Landmesser, sophomore, shot 35, one under par for a nine-hole course. Torin Mulcahy, junior, shot even-par 36. And the whole team shot a 153 (only seven over par for the four varsity players) at a home match against Chesterton, which is the lowest team score since 2013.

Extremely proud of the successful season they have had so far, Evan Bognar, junior, hopes to continue to get better as they compete in more future matches.

“My favorite part of the season so far has just simply been competing out on the course every day,” Bognar said. “We have bounced back well from all our losses. Like when we went up against Lake Central, we came back with four consecutive wins. It has just been a blast to battle against other schools.”