Girls golf, freshman Morrell advance to region tournament next week

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Olivia Hailey

Junior Sydney Branson watches her chip shot during a tournament last year. She along with the rest of the girls team have advanced to next week’s region tournament.

Nolan Russell, Co-Sports Editor

Covid-19 has had an impact on many aspects of our lives this year. It’s proven to be quite a large obstacle for many sports teams, but one sport at Bearden that hasn’t been impacted that greatly is the golf team.

There have been many safety precautions taken across all sports to ensure a safe way for the players to keep enjoying the sports they love. Fortunately for the golf team, the sport itself already lends itself to those precautions.

“Covid-19 hasn’t affected us too much,” Coach Tyler Lane said. “As a sport that is naturally socially distanced, we haven’t been affected as much.”

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