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Lance Dahl

Head Boys Golf Coach (ladahl@rochesterschools.org)

Tim O'Neill

Head C; V/JV Assistant Coach

Josh Klingfus

Varsity Assistant Coach

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MEETING 09/20/22

Greetings,

As I’m sure you are all aware, the future of golf (especially SF) is tenuous with proposals brought forward by the City Council and Park Board. There will be an important meeting on September 20th. There is not a firm time yet (the usual time is 4:30) but the time for this meeting may be later. I can let you know when we have a firm time.

As coaches, the changes proposed will affect all of us and the student/athletes we coach. We know how crowded our courses are during our high school seasons and the proposed changes will only make that situation worse. It is important that we attend this meeting, and it would be very beneficial if we could get as many of our golfers as possible to be there.

Below you will find some points presented by the Eastwood Mens Club board.

“The concerns I especially hope you'll advance:

1) The threat to Soldiers Field is real and losing some or all of it will throw off the balance of use of the city courses.

2) Those who tend to diminish the value of our courses characterize them as benefitting well-off old white men. However, the HS golfers know how valuable the courses are to them. So, their support of the effort to save SF and have continued support for public golf debunks that idea and clearly shows that the future of golf is already here.

3)  The meeting is scheduled for late afternoon on Tuesday, Sept. 20. The regularly scheduled time is 4:30 pm. HOWEVER the exact time and place have not yet been shared by the Parks & Rec staff. We have been told that they are considering a somewhat later time to accommodate the participation of those who work. We will get word out to the coaches as soon as we have the details and ask them to share the info with their golfers and team parents. 

4) BODIES AT THE MEETING TO SUPPORT PUBLIC GOLF IS CRITICAL!”

Thanks - I hope to see you at the meeting.

 

 



2022 Boy's Golf

V/JV/C

Those trying for top 12 V/JV: 

  • 6 Varsity and 6 Junior Varsity spots
  • If we are unable to hold a qualifying event before our first meet then last season’s results will determine placement.
  • Placement on and within the team are fluid.
  • We strive to place players in a position to succeed and build confidence.

We have 28 boys, and only 6 Varsity spots.  Just because you were on Varsity or JV last year, does not automatically mean you will stay there (regardless of grade level).  Varsity, JV  and C-Squad will be formed leading up to our first meet.  Placement on these teams throughout the season is “fluid” and can change as performance changes.  Varsity will carry 6 players and JV will carry 6 players (Eastwood)  with remaining players placed on C squad (Hadley Creek).

AGAIN:  Your team placement may change week-to-week, meet-to-meet.

Erickson

Shawn

Gibson

Tyler

Graves

Charles

Hirsch

Samuel

Kanz

Blake

Klingfus

Kroix

Retzlaff

Edward

Rosin

Grant

Shamblin

Jacob

   

Bondy

Bo

Oftedahl

Maxwell

Poncelet

Mitchell

Sutton

Justin

   

DeWeese

Brekken

Hansen

Ryker

Pierret

Simon

Schuder

Ashton

   

Collins

Boston

Herr

Carson

Hetland

Cashus

Hunter

Keegan

Trotter

Samuel

Weckwerth

Brennan



Student- Athletes & Attendance

As a building initiative Century is starting to address poor attendance.  Any unexcused absence or late arrivals to class will cause students to miss the next contest.  Late arrivals are up to 25 minutes late for class.

Students with attendance issues must work with their classroom teacher and the attendance office to clear up the mistake. 

Students should NOT have their parent/guardian/coach call the attendance office to clear-up poor attendance.  This issue is between the student and the classroom teacher.  If the teacher agrees to correct the error, he/she will notify the attendance office.  

IF a student is going to be absent due to illness, doctor, dentist or funeral the parent/guardian must pre-excuse their student with a call to the attendance office to leave a message with the reason for the absence.