TJ Golfer, Ben Smiley, Represents TJ at State

October 14, 2012 by ·  

Smiley, a senior at TJ, enjoys playing golf and swimming along with spending time with his family.

Senior Ben Smiley putts for state to represent DPS. Photo by Ryan Woods

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Boys’ Golf Season Wrap-Up

September 22, 2012 by ·  

The boys’ golf team reminisces on their past season and look forward to next year.

Senior Matthew Fabian chips a shot with hopes of a birdie. Photo by Ryan Woods

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Teeing Off

September 1, 2011 by ·  

Spartan Golfers do well in early season tournament.

Artwork by Kiera Classen

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TJ Golf Prepares for Big Tournaments

October 4, 2010 by ·  

TJ golf is looking to send Kyle Freeland and standout seniors to state tournament.

Senior Grant Maloney takes a swing at the golf ball. Photo by Marelle Davey

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TJ Golf Starts Year Well

September 23, 2010 by ·  

Coach Fornstrom Tees-off With Another Year of TJ Golf.

Senior Grant Maloney takes a swing at the golf ball. Photo by Marelle Davey

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End of a Successful Season For Boys Golf

October 13, 2009 by ·  

Dedicated players, a short season and a state qualifier.

Kyle Freeland represents TJ with a solid effort at the State Tournament.  photo by Rebecca Holt.

Kyle Freeland represents TJ with a solid effort at the State Tournament. photo by Rebecca Holt.

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Freeland Headed to State Golf Match

October 1, 2009 by ·  

After a long season, one Spartan makes it to the state golf tournament.

photo by Rebecca Holt

photo by Rebecca Holt

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TJ Boys’ Golf Swings into Regionals

September 15, 2009 by ·  

TJ’s golf guys have played well, and are shooting for city.

photo by Rebecca Holt

photo by Rebecca Holt

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Off To State For One Spartan

October 4, 2008 by ·  

Spartan Golfer, Kyle Freeland, qualifies to compete at State Tournament on Monday and Tuesday in Craig, Colorado.
by Scott Bruskin
photo by Kevin Fleming20081001183356_golf_small.jpg    
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Spartan Golfers Swing for the Green at Regionals

September 19, 2007 by ·  

By Matthew Mankoff

    The regional golf tournament Tuesday afternoon at Deer Creek Golf Course would be the last tournament of the season for the Thomas Jefferson golfers unless they were able to qualify for state.  In order to qualify for the state tournament, a golfer must finish in the top four at regionals, which is no easy task.  The task became even harder for the Spartans, as it didn’t take them long to realize how difficult the Deer Creek course was.  The course, covered with water and impenetrable rough, caused Spartan players headaches all day and resulted in 34 lost balls.  These costly mistakes left all of the TJ golfers with numerous penalty strokes and hindered the Spartans chances at qualifying for state.

    The Spartans best chance for a state qualifier came in junior Andrew Knoll who played consistently throughout the day and finished with a round of 91.  Knoll’s effort was about six shots off the pace of the final state qualifier, whose qualifying round in the mid-80′s demontrated the toughness of the Deer Creek course.  The leader of the Spartan team coming into today’s tournament was senior Tyler Thornton, who had averaged a score of 79 throughout the season.  Read more

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