Head Coach: Randall Lewis
The mission of the Paris High School Golf Program is to strive to represent our school, our community, and ourselves with honor and dignity and to the best of our ability. We must remember participation in extracurricular activities is a privilege offered by Paris High School and not an obligation. Our expectation is for our student athletes to hold this privilege in the highest of regards as any group is recognized by the actions of the individuals.
2021 FALL GOLF SCHEDULE
|Monday, September 27||Paris High Sonic Drive-In @ PG&CC||Boys & Girls||9:30 Tee|
|Monday, October 11||Mt. Pleasant @ Mt. Pleasant CC||Boys & Girls||9:00 Tee|
|Monday, October 18||Sulphur Springs @ SSCC||Boys & Girls||9:00 Tee|
|Tuesday, October 26||Longview HS @ The Tempest GC||Boys||9:00 Tee|
20221-2022 Golf Tournament Results
The Paris Wildcats had golf teams competing in Varsity boys, JV boys, and Varsity girls divisions in Mt. Pleasant Monday. The Wildcat Varsity boys finished in 2nd place behind PG(315) with a team total 332. Mason Napier won individual medalist by 8 shots with a personal high school record 67. Other teams competing were Longview High(351), Whitehouse(372), Union Hill(377), and Lindale(409). Individual scores for Paris were: Adam Clement(86), Tyler Day(87), and Carson Day(92).
The Wildcat JV boys also finished 2nd behind Whitehouse JV(371) with a team score of 394 led by Conner Avery's 2nd place score of 90. Other Wildcat scores were: Erickson Mathieu(95), Braylen Srader(96), and Grant Frierson(113).
The Wildcat girls did not place but scores were as follows: Ava Tidwell(103), Katherine "Kitty" Mathieu(107), Angelina Ibarra(109), Ainsley Mathieu(109, and Madeline Green(111).
The next scheduled tournament will be in Sulphur Springs on Monday, 10/18 at 9:00 AM.
The Wildcat golf teams competed in the tournament hosted by Paris High Golf and Sonic Drive-In at Paris Golf and Country Club on Monday. Mason Napier was the individual champion with a round of 72 edging out Mt. Pleasant's Matthew Peterson by one shot. The varsity boys team finished 3rd behind Mt. Pleasant(310) and Pleasant Grove(328) with a team score of 335. Adam Clement tied his career low with 84, Carson Day had a career best 88, Tyler Day shot 91 in his first tournament, and Erickson Mathieu carded a 104. North Lamar finished 4th(366) led by Case Findley with 87.