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Minus Bishop, Maier, BHS girls golf very young


Replacing the talent void left by defending Class AAA state champion Mallory Bishop and fellow 2005 graduate Jesse Maier is not likely to happen this season for the Bearden High School girls golf team.

Many new faces comprise this fall’s squad, according to head coach John Heins.


“I think Emily Sills, she concentrated on school last year, on her academics, and her golf game didn’t live up to her expectations,” Heins said about the junior. “She’s going to be our best player. ... She’s worked hard all summer on her game; is concentrating a lot on her golf game. I expect good things out of her. She’ll be our team leader.”

Junior Paige McDonald “if she wants to play, has a chance to get better, and so does [junior] Lacee Pearce,” Heins said. “And we’ve got two young girls.”

As for freshmen Arielle Nolte and Whitney Sims, “I think they played a lot in middle school, we’ll just kinda see how they do this year,” Heins said. “They may surprise us, and we’re looking forward to them playing. Everything’s so new right now.”

 

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