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With no seniors on the scorecard, the Carroll County High School boys’ golf team will turn to its three juniors for leadership this season.
Head Coach Warren McEuen said he expects juniors Jacob Meadows, John Michael Williams and Travis Ellis to set good examples for the underclassman.
McEuen, who has coached the Panthers for 20 years, said his goals for his players are to benefit from their experiences and their mistakes, while the younger players continue to improve.
McEuen touted Meadows as being a little bit away from being an excellent player.
“He is by far and away my most dedicated player,” he said.
Williams began playing golf as a kid, and McEuen describes him as his player with the most natural ability. McEuen said Ellis, who is a multi-sport athlete, is a very consistent player, and he looks for him to improve on his game management this season.
The team finished in the bottom half of the region last year and had a record of 4-10 in dual matches, which McEuen expects the team will improve upon this season.
“I expect to win some more dual matches this year because I have some more experience,” he said.