Chase Aldrich leads this year's team with 6 medal performances (3 championships!)
2018 VARSITY SCHEDULE:
(Home events are in BOLD CAPS)
|March 27, 2018||Gretna Tourney||14th (428)|
|April 3, 2018||WAHOO TRIANGULAR||CANCELLED|
|April 4, 2018||D.C. West Meet||11th (427)|
|April 5, 2018||Waverly Dual||L (25-34)|
|April 9, 2018||Ashland-Greenwood Tourney||12th (395)|
|April 13, 2018||Mount Michael Dual||L (170-211)|
|April 19, 2018||D.C. WEST DUAL||L (183-187)|
|April 27, 2018||Arlington Tourney||7th (397)|
|May 1, 2018||NCC Meet @ Arlington||4th (399)|
|May 7, 2018||Bennington Invite||4th (377)|
|May 8, 2018||Waverly Invite||11th (397)|
|May 10, 2018||Gretna Triangular||2nd (194)|
|May 14-15, 2018||District Tourney||9th (432)|
|May 22-23, 2018||State Tourney||--|
• Chase Aldrich (1st place @ Waverly Dual, Score: 42)
• Chase Aldrich (1st place @ Ashland Invite, Score: 75)
• Chase Aldrich (1st place @ D.C. West Dual, Score: 43)
• Chase Aldrich (5th place @ Arlington Invite, Score: 87)
• Braedenn Olson (12th place @ Arlington Invite, Score: 93)
• Chase Aldrich (5th place @ Capital Conference, Score: 85)
• Chase Aldrich (8th place @ Bennington Invite, Score: 82)
• Braedenn Olson (11th place @ Bennington Invite, Score: 87)
2018 Award Winners
Most Valuable Player: Chase Aldrich
Rookie of the Year: Braden Harris
Most Improved: Braedenn Olson
Low Round of the Year: Chase Aldrich
Varsity Low Season Average: Chase Aldrich
Leadership Award: Chase Aldrich
Varsity Letter Winners
• Chase Aldrich ***
• Jordan Thorson **
• Braedenn Olson **
• Braden Harris *
• Joe Scanlon *
2018 Warrior Boys Golf Team, back row (from left): Coach Jayson Iversen, Brett Greenfield, Alex Tomjack, Jacob Martinal, Jackson Taylor, Caleb Obert, Jerstan Zeleny, Braden Harris, Hayden Griego. Front row: Chase Aldrich, Braedenn Olson, Jordan Thorson, Trey Shanahan, Payton Ricks, Vanis Davidson, Joe Scanlon, Isaac Privett.
Coach Jayson Iversen's Season Outlook
Chase Aldrich is poised to have a breakout season as a junior with two years of varsity experience. He will lead a team with limited experience at the varsity level. Early in the season our team will most likely struggle to find the top 10 at invites; however, there is enough talent and skill to make decent progress throughout the season, which may propel us into the top 5 at conference, and allow us to be competitive in other late season duals and invites.
I expect Olson and Thorson to be our number two and three golfers, and by the end of the season score consistently in the 90’s. Rounding out the varsity could be junior Brett Greenfield, sophomores Braden Harris and Joe Scanlon, and possibly freshman Hayden Griego, who has put in a lot of time over the last two summers.
We have a lot of inexperience, and it will take smart, calculated play in order for our players to score well. At this point, Chase is the only player that can afford to be overly aggressive on the course. The rest of the team is going to have to focus on the finer details in course management, and around the green.
Freshman Chase Aldrich makes his mark as Wahoo's low scorer
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Lodema leads the pack, posts 78 at State
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Wahoo/Raymond Central Advance to 3-0 in Duals
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2008 State Golf Set for May 20-21
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Borreson Claims Individual Championship!
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1970's Golf Fashion Makes a Comeback
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Individually, Watton Tops the Warrior List with 81
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Team Finishes with 4th Place
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WHS Golfer Takes the Title in Season's First Tournament
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