Golf (Boys)

Lexington Catholic's 2020 golf team finished 3rd in the 9th Regional tournament on September 28, 2020. Twenty teams competed in treacherous conditions to finish a cold rainy day on the University Club Big Blue course.   The top 5 varsity golfers Charlie Spiller, Alex Asbridge, Charlie Dugan, Lawson Handel and Gavin Klein persevered.   The teams combined score was 321 yesterday while winners LCA scored 301 and runner up Madison Central scored 306.   The LC  team knocked 25 strokes off their initial showing this season.  The team consists of 21 golfers who have been challenging each other and competing against other schools since August across the bluegrass. Despite having players of all ability levels, our young men show up each and every day with a get better mentality. I could not be more proud of these incredible young men in how they represent our school and have taken to assisting each other with the desire to build long lasting relationships.  I’m incredibly proud of the model that we’ve implemented as a team. It’s just special to witness what we do and who we do it with each day we are together. None of this is possible without the faith showed by LC Athletic Director Kevin Bruggeman.  I can not say thank you enough for the opportunity and for understanding my passions about our school and our athletes. Charlie Spiller, 8th grader from Seton, finished tied for first in the Region and lost a playoff to a senior from LCA.  LC senior Alex Asbridge turned his round around from 5 over after 5 holes to finish only 3 over.  Charlie Spiller and Alex continue their season by qualifying to compete in the State Championship next Monday at Bowling Green Country Club.  Wish these knights well and thank you for your support. Proud to represent LCHS and I appreciate the opportunity to increase our overall sports programs.

 

Brendon Woody

 

 

For more information about the Boys Golf Team contact Head Coach,Brendon Woody at brendonwoody@yahoo.com

The mission of the Lexington Catholic Golf at LCHS is to aid in the academic, emotional, and physical development of our students through the promotion of teamwork, sportsmanship and athletic competition. The Golf program at Lexington Catholic High School is believed to be a valuable asset to the total education process; therefore, the program operates within the same objectives and goals of the overall educational program. Research has shown that athletics at the High school level help to foster team building skills, problem solving skills, self-­discipline, and self ­confidence. Through the development of these skills it is believed that our student athletes will become confident, contributing members of the school community. Not only advancing their academic skills, but also advancing their golf skills and advancing in future events.