Seeley Swan Pathfinder -

By Andi Bourne
Pathfinder 

Seeley-Swan golfers come out swinging

 

Kellen Palmer

Seeley-Swan High School Junior Tegan Mauldin was the only golfer her freshman year to make it to State. She made it to state and is qualified to return again after shooting a 119 at the meet in Hamilton.

HAMILTON, MONTANA – At their first meet of the season March 25, the Seeley-Swan High School Blackhawks took to the Hamilton Golf Course in force. The Lady Blackhawks were the only school at the meet to have five players for a team. They won the meet with Tegan Mauldin and Bethany Hoag leading the Ladies. The Blackhawks placed second behind Clark Fork with Casey Carver leading the Blackhawks finishing in 13th place.

This year the golf team has 13 players, eight boys and five girls. SSHS Principal Kellen Palmer stepped in as the head coach this year.

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