22-0 PCHS Golf sweep brings Miners up to 5 and 0 for the season

PARK CITY, UTAH — A home match against Highland High School gave the Park City JV Golf Team their first sweep, 22 – 0, on Tuesday at the  Park City Golf Course, raising them into rarified air sitting at five and zero in the league. 

Jenny Jeffery, the head coach of the boys team for the past three years, was unloading cases of water bottles from her car prior to tee-off as unseasonably warm temperatures soared into the 90’s.

She told TownLift, “We have an incredibly strong program here and the kids are so excited every single day. They stay behind after each match just waiting and supporting their teammates still coming in. Then they gladly practice for another 30 minutes after the match.”

Jeremiah Marsh told TownLift that after two years of try-outs, he played a lot with his dad and is now happy to have made the JV team this year. He looks forward to the fun he and his teammates have at practices four days a week.

Varsity Miner Golf player and varsity Miner Hockey player Brady Bennett was golfing on Tuesday as well. He has played hockey in Canada and will travel to Boston on Friday for a tournament. His mom told TownLift that he’s a lefty on the course and a righty on the ice.

Jeffery put out an all-call plea for any girls who may have interest in playing golf to express that interest to the school, as she’d love to cultivate a much needed girls golf team. When the boys team ended it’s game this week with it’s first sweep she said, “The kids were absolutely thrilled.”

PCHS Miners Golf at Park City Golf Course.
PCHS Golf JV Team warming up by hitting balls on the driving range before their game against Highland. Photo: Michele Roepke
Miner, JV Golfer, Jeremiah Marsh at the Park City Golf Course. Photo: Michele Roepke

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