Spartan of the Week | Bainbridge girls varsity golf team

  • Monday, November 5, 2018 9:44am
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This week’s Spartan of the Week is the Bainbridge High varsity girls golf team.

The Spartans say:

The 2018 Varsity girls golf team brought home the Metro League Championship this year. Theses athletes embrace the values of character and competition during the tournament and year long.

Golf is a game that requires athletes to be honest and play with the highest level of integrity. There are no officials, referee or scorekeepers other than the members of the foursome, which means honesty and a strong character must be present for every tee shot, sand or water hazard and on the greens. This group of athletes hold themselves to the highest standard when it comes to every facet of the game.

BHS Athletics strives to unite mind and body to create an experience that remains with the student athlete throughout a lifetime. The BHS athletic program focuses on nourishing and supporting student-athletes in areas that extend beyond the classroom experience: character, competition, participation, partnership. Each week, BHS will showcase a Spartan who embodies these values in some way.

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