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Experienced youth should make golfers competitive

The optimism for the Lowell boys’ golf team is high, but by no means blind.

“We  are young with only one senior on the team, but we have a great deal of experience from last year,” said Lowell boys golf coach Gary Fredline. “Our top three golfers are back from last year. These young men should make us very competitive.”

The Red Arrows top three linksters, who return from a year ago, are Ben Hart, Brandon Poll and Alec Roerig.

Evan Khotz and Grant Breuker will again be among Lowell’s top five golfers.

“Although we play in a very tough golf conference, we should be in the mix for a championship and certainly could effect the outcome of the conference standings,” Fredline explained.

New to varsity play this year, but expected to contribute are sophomores Alan Anderson,  Joey Gauck and freshman Issac Brenner.

“Anderson has played well and is likely to contribute through out the season but all of my golfers are capable of helping us throughout  the season,” Fredline said.

Lowell finished 4-9 overall last year and was 2-8 in the O-K White.