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Young MHS Golf Squad Starts 2015 Slate
The 2015 Milford High School golf team is young, but don't confuse being young with lacking experience. Several returning players come back to the Scarlet Hawks after playing at the varsity level last year, including both captains. Head coach Jay Potty says the freshmen joining the program are also fairly seasoned golfers for their age.
"It's a nice thing this year, we have had a bunch of freshmen come in and have a good idea of how to play because they have played before," Potty said. "Normally, with Milford not having a golf course, I get kids who have not played a ton and you have to start from scratch."
The young group joins a core of returning golfers, highlighted by junior co-captains Ryan Tomaso and Anthony Arcudi, both of whom served as captains during their sophomore seasons.
"They are the two best players we have," Potty said. "They are bigger, stronger, better players this year and we are looking for some big things from the two of them."
Potty also said both players are students of the game.
"Ryan is a golf fanatic, he loves the game and is at the golf course every day," Potty said, adding that Tomaso has played in a number of amateur tournaments over the summer, something that has helped his development. "Anthony is another guy who is at the course all the time. He and Ryan are always playing together. They compete against each other and work at the games a lot.
"It's not just playing," Potty added. "It's practicing, getting lessons; really putting the time in to be better players."
Sophomore Zach Tammaro is another returning played who will likely slide into the third spot in the order for many of the Milford High matches. Potty said he played in nearly every match during his rookie season.
"He has experience and is also continuing to work on his game," Potty said. "He's also a good athlete who plays other sports and he can hit the ball a long way."
Sophomore Andrew Fauerbach is another sophomore with similar experience to Tammaro, having played in the majority of matches last year. Junior Tylor Renaue is back healthy after missing half of last year with an injury. Freshmen Alex Coady and Riley Lynch are both players Potty describes as "athletic golfers who can hit the ball and know what's going on.
"Normally, freshmen don't come in with that much experience," Potty added. "But it seems like these guys have played a lot and know what's going on."
Sophomore Will Middlecoat and freshman Justin Applebee are also expected to contribute for the Scarlet Hawks, who started the year 1-4 but still have their sights set at getting to 8-8 and earning a spot in the sectional tournament.
"We are young, but we are not inexperienced," Potty said. "This could be one of my most experienced teams, top to bottom. They know how to play the game. The Hockomock is a tough league, but if we play well, especially at home, we are going to be fine."




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