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MAST Academy’s girls’ and boys’ golf teams sweep Mater Lakes Academy

The Makos faced Mater Lakes Academy at Crandon Golf Club
Pictured is freshman Borja Friend. With this swing, Friend took the lead for the boys’ varsity team. Photo via Borja Friend

On Wednesday, September 27th, MAST Academy’s boys’ and girls’ golf teams went head to head with Mater Lakes Academy at Cradon Golf Club. The Makos brought home a victory for MAST, their third victory in a row this season.

MAST’s boys’ varsity team played exceptionally, with the top 5 players of the match being MAST students. Out of 9 holes, freshman Borja Friend ended with 38 strokes, placing first in the match. Junior Christian Rodriguez and freshman Ignacio Friend tied for second with 40 strokes.

“Starters Alfonso Goyenche, twins Borja & Inigo Friend, Cipriano Montoya, and Christian Rodriguez hope to continue their winning ways,” said Mr. Raymond, the coach of the golf team, in an email.

“The girls’ team was led by a dynamic trio in Addison Foslid, Emi Corao, and Sara Montoya, and they got a huge boost from sixth grader Francesca Black,” Coach Raymond continued.

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MAST’s girls’ varsity team ended their match with a victory. The top three players in the match were MAST alumni. Lady Makos Francesca Black and Sara Montoya tied for first with 11 over par. The third lady Mako was Addison Foslid, who finished with 12 over par.

Coach Raymond is hopeful the golf team this year will compete at the state level.

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Sasha Chernikov
Sasha Chernikov, Staff Writer
Sasha Chernikov is a freshman student excited to write for The Beacon. Chernikov previously attended Ponce de Leon Middle and although MAST Academy is intimidating to her, she is, “happy to be here.” Journalism is interesting to her because she loves informative writing and looks forward to “reinterpreting” stories. She would consider a career in journalism in the future. One thing you can expect from her as a reader is that she will “deliver the truth”, Chernikov says. You can also expect some sports profiles from her as she loves interviewing people and anything athletic.
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