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Regional Radio Senior Spotlight – Boys Golf: Fox, Windsor

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Fox Warriors:
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Trent Shaver

Shaver would have been a four-year golfer for the Fox golf team this spring, having spent the past three years with the varsity team. He has an effortless swing that allows him to absolutely launch a golf ball. Shaver was a top 10 finisher at the Conference Tournament last year. He plans to play golf collegiately but is currently undecided on a school.

John Basler

Basler would have been a four-year golfer for the Warriors golf team this spring, having spent the past three years with the varsity team. He was a member of the Fox C6 Cup winning team. Basler will be attending Missouri State University where he will play club golf and plans to study accounting.

Mason Pepper

Pepper would have been a four-year golfer with the Fox golf team this spring. He is also a member of the Warriors’ band. Pepper plans to attend Jefferson College for two years before transferring to Mizzou to study engineering.

Charlie Hegger

Hegger was joining the Fox golf team for the first time this spring. He is a naturally talented golfer who had the opportunity to compete to be one of the team’s top golfers. Hegger will be attending McKendree University where he will play for the men’s hockey team.

Interview with Fox Head Coach – Scott Neibert:

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Windsor Owls:
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Ian Phares

Phares was a returning player for the Windsor golf team this spring who was poised to be one of the team’s top players. He was even-keeled on the golf course and possessed the ability to handle pressure. Phares was named All-Conference and was a Sectional Qualifier last season. He also took home a medal in the Festus Tournament at Crown Point in Farmington. Phares had a 9-hole average of 46 over his tenure at Windsor. He plans to attend Jefferson College for two years then transfer to Maryville to study nursing and anesthesiology.

Nick Oliver

Oliver was a returning player for the Owls golf team this spring who made great strides last year. He got hot late in the year and was a Sectional Qualifier in addition to taking home a medal at the Windsor Tournament. Oliver had a 9-hole average of 47 in his time at Windsor. He plans to attend the University of Central Missouri to study cybersecurity.

Tyler Maddock

Maddock was a returning player for the Windsor golf team this spring who would have been a key contributor to the varsity team. He showed tremendous improvement this offseason and was poised for a big year. Maddock took home a medal at the Windsor Tournament last year and holds a 9-hole average of 47 during his time with the Owls. He plans to attend Southeast Missouri State University in the fall.

Zach Krupp

Krupp was a returning player for the Owls golf team this spring who was the most improved golfer this past season. He would have played a key role on the varsity team this spring. Krupp had a 9-hole average in the low 50’s during his time at Windsor. He plans to attend Mizzou in the fall to study business.

Grant Courtney

Courtney was a returning player for the Windsor golf team this spring. He was extremely consistent with his short game, particularly with his putter. Courtney had a 9-hole average of 54 in his time playing for the Owls.

Emily Smith

Smith was a returning player for the Windsor golf team this spring and was a female golfer playing on the boys team. She was one of the hardest working players on the team who possessed tremendous consistency. She excelled around the green and had a soft touch on her shot. Smith took home a medal in the JV Windsor Tournament this past season and she carried a 9-hole average of 55 during her time with the Owls. She plans to attend Jefferson College for two years before transferring to Mizzou to study computer science.

Interview with Windsor Head Coach – Wayne Montgomery:

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