With two meets under their belts several Ennis High School varsity golfers have landed spots in the upcoming state tournament to be held in Bozeman on May 17-19.
The Madison Meadows Golf Course in Ennis is swinging for $700,000 in donations, over two years, with its Tee-To-Green course improvement capital campaign. About three months into the campaign, it’s off to a good start with about $60,000 raised.
Landri Paladichuck, a rising junior at Ennis High School, played one of her best games at the Golfing State Championship May 13 -15.
ENNIS – When a person passes from this world, it is those who are left behind who feel the impact of that loss. Often, the person who has lost their struggle requests no services or recognition because they are a very private person and have totally underestimated their influence on those whose lives they touched.
According to head coach Chris McCown, the Ennis Mustangs hosted their first varsity meet at Madison Meadows Golf Course on April 28. “It was great weather and around 51 golfers, from both Class B and C attended,” said McCown.
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Whether you believe in the actions of a marmot named Punxsutawney Phil, or you think Mother Nature is just taking her course, winter has extended its stay in the state – much to the demise of Madison County’s spring athletes.
Student athletes are already back in action and prepping for spring sports. Track and field and golf athletes started practicing last week and are looking forward to successful seasons. Here’s a preview of what to expect this season on either the track, field or course!