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Mt. Pulaski Golf-- 2015 6 Our practices started out with 8 people stating they to go there and practice at about any time they wanted, was a good, friendly competition that helped each one wanted to join the golf team this year. This would give as long as it wasn't dark. Dixon and Corey both were play better. Caleb and Lauren have played for me for all us enough to have a varsity and junior varsity team. able to learn a number of new things about golf. Now of their 4 years in high school, and I am very glad that Then, one person dropped out, another dropped out, 1 know they will continue to apply what they have they put up with me for that time! other things got in the way, and we ended up with 4 learned to their games. When the boys went to Regionals, they did their best players. These 4 were students that had played golf last Our golf season started with Meridian at the as individual golfers, and Caleb came up 3 shots over year, so we were able to forge ahead with just a varsity Moweaqua golf course. One of our highlights of the the cut off for Sectionals. From what 1 heard, the boys' Y~ team. year happened here on the 6 .... hole. This hole is a par The four golfers were: Caleb Przykopanski, Lauren 4 about 420 yards in length. Caleb Przykopanski hit a Anderson, Dixon Aylesworth, and Corey Beccue. Two driver and wedge shot that landed about 2 feet above are seniors, and two are sophomores. We were a tight- the hole and spun back into the hole for an eagle 2. knit group, and each one was always ready to help the Many golfers feel that an eagle two is harder than an other. The camaraderie was excellent, and we had a eagle 3 on a par 5 hole. great year. We only won one match, but We learned a Our team suffered through many scores in the 200's lot about each other, and at the same time learned a lot for four golfers where in the past we were in the 180's about the game of golf. to 190's. The most important thing is no golfer ever As 1 have said many times, IT'S NOT EASY!!!!!! Our gave up! They continued to give their very best and it home course was North Greens at Atlanta, and you showed up in the last match of the season when we could not ask for any better people to work with during were able to defeat North Fulton at Wee-ma-tuk go!f the summer and the golf season. Our golfers were able course. Caleb and Lauren were constantly vying for low score on the team in a match. Caleb won most of them, but Lauren did win over Caleb twice during the season. It Schedule Your Home - Farm - Business Improvements... With... Ray New Construction - Additions - Remodels Repairs Kitchen & Bath Basements Decks & Porches Renovations Siding & Roofing Room Additions Windows & Doors General Contracting Experience Quality-Professional Service Home Town Commitment Competitive Prices Fully Insured - Bonded & Uee=med License # 104 - 008527 UlaSKl 43 Years of Residential - Commercial Flooring Service to Central Illinois North Side of Square - Mt. Pulaski Monday - Friday 9AM to 4PM & . By Appointment or Sectional at Hamilton was a rainy, miserable'day. When Lauren went to Regionals as an individual,her score was low enough that she was included in the indi- 0 viduals that went to Sectionals; a first for her! When we looked at the scores of some other teams that were at Sectionals, she would have been either 1 or 2 person on the team! Lauren went on to score 104 in very windy conditions. This score placed her about midway in the entire group of scores that were posted. There were o approximately 110 golfers there, m Finally, I have decided that it is time for me to retire from the golf coaching position. I have enjoyed the 8 (I think) years that 1 have had the privilege to be the coach, and have had a lot of fun with the students that played golf for Mt. Pulaski High School. I thank the teachers and the school board for the opportunity to share a game with the students that they can play for the rest of their lives, and also get some much-needed exercise while playing. Thank you. Coach Wemsing Logan County Farmland 90.0 (+/-) Acres in 2 Tracts The Bo-Jac Farms November 5, 2015 7:00 p.m. American Legion Building 100 W, Scroggin Ave Mt. Pulaski, IL 62548 Tract #1" 80.0 (+/-) Acres Located in Sec. 35, T.18N, R2W Tract #2:10.0 (+1-) Acres Located inSec. 4, T17N, R2W For morn p/ease contact." Seth Baker, Broker 217-521-3538 Bruce Huber, Manag Brokert 217-52%3537 SchroedertHuber LLC 225 N. Water St. Decatur, IL 62523