Drive time Evan Washburn will lead five Hornet golfers into 2020- 2021 school year. Washburn is an experienced veteran for the Hornets. Photo by Mark Goodson
Experienced Cameron Hudson brings plenty of experience to the Hornets team. The Hornets will aim for another state berth next spring. Photo by Mark Goodson
On the trail The hiking trails at Mother Neff State Park are open. A park pass for $75 allows unlimited trips for a year to any state park. There are more than 100 parks in the state. Mother Neff is near Oglesby. Photo by Mark Goodson
Golfers make switch to Lubbock region
The Gatesville golf team expected to be competing at the Class 4A UIL state meet, May 12. That chance was wiped out by the coronavirus outbreak.
“It’s what woulda, coulda,’’ coach Guy Dean said. “We’re all underclassmen, we can only hope for next year and see how we compete in a new region. Next year we’ll go to the Lubbock region. It’s been kind of an advantage for us going to Raven Nest for all these years. Now we’ll be competing against all new teams.’’
The returning golfers are Evan Washburn, Cameron Hudson, Caleb Washburn, Cooper Smith and Camden Morra.
Last May, Gatesville High golfer Evan Washburn had a downhill 5-footer for his last shot of the season.
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