NTL GOLF: WYALUSING COACH PLEASED WITH PROGRAM'S GROWTH
(2022-11-13)Northern Tier Sports Report
Wyalusing competed for the NTL title this season, but they came up a little short of their goal of claiming the league championship.
“I continue to be proud of the growth of our program in just our third season back in existence,” said coach Brent Keyes. “We had great numbers with 17 total golfers, and our first time ever having a girls golf team. While we were disappointed that we finished second in the league, I was extremely proud that we consistently finished at the top of the league throughout the season.”
They went 33-9 overall, taking second to NTL champs Athens five times. They lost to the Wildcats by 10 strokes at Tyoga Country Club, six strokes at Towanda, and three strokes at Corey Creek.
Individually, Nick Salsman (86) had the third best average, while Brody Fuhrey (87.14) had the fifth — both were NTL first team all-stars.
Salman’s best was a 75 at Towanda, while Fuhrey’s best was an 82 at Corey Creek.
Kaeden Kusmierz (93.57) was a second team NTL All-star, with a personal-best of an 86 at Tyoga Country Club.
“In the postseason, I was incredibly proud of Nick Salsman and Brody Fuhrey,” said Keyes. “After not having their best days on day one, they came back on Saturday and both played extremely well to give themselves a chance to make the state tournament.”
They say good-bye to Fuhrey, but return much of their line-up after him.
“Brody has meant so much to our program the past three years, and he will be greatly missed,” said Keyes. “Nick has come a long way with his game, and has a great disposition on the course. I’m excited to see what he can do in his senior year.”
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