BELDING — Belding’s girls golf team was short on experienced players, according to coach Doug Anderson.
That was one of the reasons the Redskins finished fifth out of seven teams in the O-K Blue Conference.
“I would always like to finish higher than that however with a team that didn’t have a bunch of experience I am very happy with the outcome,” Anderson said.
The team consistently finished fifth in almost every jamboree the conference had.
Belding was led by senior Jordan Conroe most of the time. If she wasn’t the low score, it was junior Tayler Reeves.
“Tayler Reeves, Alyviah Mason and Jordan Conroe were the core make-up of the team,” Anderson noted. “With Jordan graduating it leaves Tayler and Alyviah as the nucleus of next years team.”
Mason is a sophomore.
Anderson hopes those who want to play golf next season will put in time in the offseason to get better.
“With some offseason practice from the above-mentioned and a great group of junior varsity players waiting for their chance I am very optimistic in improving our position in the conference,” Anderson said.