Girls golf team welcomes new faces, approaches season with optimism

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Girls golf team welcomes new faces, approaches season with optimism

Courtesy of Tia Chang

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Ryan Li, Managing Editor

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Coming back from a 6-3 season record last year, the girls golf season started with a loss against Valley Christian High School, followed by a win against Monta Vista High School. Head coach Christopher Redfield says he is looking forward to seeing how the team performs through the rest of the season. “We have a good, solid group that played last year and is coming back,” he said.

Senior Cynthia Dharmawan is optimistic about the upcoming season, hoping to help her team qualify for Central Coast Section (CCS) this year. “A lot of our team members got better over the summer and last season,” she said. According to Dharmawan, the team’s returning and new golfers are looking forward to an exciting season.

Senior Isabella Yu agrees, citing the importance of teamwork and camaraderie. “If we get into CCS, we get in as a team,” she said.