A Letter From the Editor
Happy holidays from the SC Correspondent Online! As we reflect back on 2019, the stories that echo through these halls make me appreciative of the students who make this publication worthwhile. While for many of us, Christmas Break marks the beginning of our last semester of high school, there's still so many memories left to archive. Thank you for appreciating the stories we cultivate as young journalists!
~Taylor Trapp- Online Editor-in-Chief
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She steps up to the tee box with her driver in her hands, expecting to drive the ball down the middle of the fairway. Although she has confidence in her consistence, she can’t help but feel nervous about her shot. Her hands start to sweat as she takes her stance to the ball. She takes one large breath, and quickly glances to where she desires to hit the ball, then slowly starts her backswing. Only focusing on the ball, she starts her foward swing and smoothly hits the ball. It goes exactly where she expected it to go.
“Golf is very fun, challenging and the tournaments we play are extremely competitive, the vibes of our team are above and beyond, everyone is extremely encouraging and we all grow together,” said Karina Duran (10).
A lot of people see golf as an easy sport; for some it may be, but for others, it is extremely hard to learn. If it were too easy, everyone would be playing it. Since only a small amount people play golf, it is a lot easier to get a scholarship, which is the reason some people play. Also, golf is not a very laid back sport; it takes a lot of patience and a lot of hard work to get good at it.
“I golf because it keeps me disciplined and gives me an opportunity to work towards a college scholarship," Kaylee Molder (10).
~Zoe Dean- Staff Writer