State and Regional Tournament Results
Comets win District Tournament
Golf Holiday Results
Golf Team Wins First Tournament
Comet Golf Team Advances to Regionals
The Comet Golf Team hosted the division 3 district 4 golf tournament on Monday April 15th. The team shot a combined score of 382 and placed 3rd in the district. Ryan Laiche and Kaile Levatino both shot 84. Noah Hymel shot 104, Jacob Ganote shot 110, and Jackson Jensen shot 114. The Comets will play Regionals at Santa Maria on Wednesday April 24.
Comet Golf Wins over Lutcher
The Comets played at Riverlands Golf Course and beat Lutcher Bulldogs. Ryan Laiche led the combined team score of 182 with a solid 41. Nick Lorio shot a 44, Noah Hymel with a 51, Kaile Levatino shot a 50, and Jackson Jenson shot a 47. The Comets next match will be held Wednesday April 3.
Golf Team Begins Season
The Comets played in two matches this year. The first match was played with the Bayou League and Ryan Laiche shot 47, Noah Hymel shot 51, and Jackson Jenen shot 50. The match was held at Riverlands.
The second match was also played at Riverlands. The Comets played Hannan and the scores that day were: Ryan Laiche 39, Noah Hymel 56, Jackon Jensen 52, Kason Gilbert 50.
The next golf match will be held Thursday March 28.
The District golf match will be held on April 4th at Riverlands.
The members of the Comet Golf Team include Jacob Ganote, Noah Hymel, Jackson Jensen, Ryan Laiche, and Kason Gilbert.
Comets Open Season With Win
The Comets opened the 2018 season defeating E.D. White at Riverlands. The seniors put up good scores with Will Torres who scored a 42, Jacob Twiner a 43, and Kenny Matar with a 46. Eigth grader Ryan Laiche came up big scoring a 45 in his first high school match.
The Comets will host two matches at Riverlands this week, Wednesday against Hannan, Thursday against Newman, both at 3:30.
The Comets won two matches in a row over the past week thanks to the very great coach Z. Mikey Landry had the top scores in both of the matches even though he is returning from an injury. Will Torres and Jacob Twiner were not far behind helping the Comets earn the wins against Hanville at Riverlands and Newman away at Lakewood. Landry said "I trusted the process and with hard work and dedication I bounced right back."
Scores: Landry-36,40 Torres-41,42 Twiner-42,43 Matar-43,44 Laiche-42,45
The Comets play March 21 against Vandebilt at Riverlands.
The Comets Defeat Vandebilt
The Comets defeat Vandebilt with one of their best scores over 5 years. With all 5 team members contributing to earn a score of 155. Senior Mikey Landry led the team once again with the top score shooting 1 under par. Kenny Matar said, "Wasn't the best conditions with how hard the wind was blowing, but we held our composure throughout the match, and that paid off in the end." Also senior Jacob Twiner came up big in the third spot scoring a 3 over par.
The Comets will resume play on Monday at Newman.
Scores: Landry-35, Torres-40, Twiner-39, Matar-41, (Laiche and Hymel tied at 48)
Comets Extend Win Streak to 5
The Comets extended their winning streak to five. Mikey Landry and Will Torres continue to lead their team to victory. With everyone contributing, the Comets defeated Newman and Vandebilt. It was a very exciting week, with the weather staying nice and allowing for some wins. The Comets as a team out scored Newman by a total of 8 strokes. They finished with a total of 168. Vandebilt was a tougher win for the Comets. They shot a 163 while Vandebilt shot a 169. Will Torres says "There were many ups and downs but i focused on individual instead of set scores."
Scores: Landry-40,39 Torres-41,38 Twiner-44,44 Matar- 51,42 Laiche-43,44
The Comets competed in Atchafalaya Easter Open tournament over the holidays. The tournament consisted of 50 players and 10 teams. Mikey Landry had a great outing finishing 1st in the tournament. Will Torres followed closely behind Landry shooting a 78 and finishing second in the tournament. As a team they finish in second place with a great team outing, finishing with a score of 329. The Comets will play at Tchefuncta in Covingtonon Tuesday April 10. scoring: Landry-77 Torres-78 Twiner-85 Laiche-89 Matar-92.
" This tournament providied us with a great opportunity to get ready for post season elimination tournaments," said golf coach Gary Zeringue. The course was challneging and played tough because of the 15 mph winds. I was proud os the team effort and score.
The Comets earn a win against Hannan in the their last regular season match. The Comets end the season winning seven of their last eight matches. Mikey Landry was their leading scorer shooting three over par. Landry ended the course with three birdies to earn him a score of 74. The course played tough with high winds and tight fairways. The Comets were still able to come out with the win. The team shot a 346 with everyone pitching in. The Comets will resume on Monday April 16 in the begining of district play.
Scores: Landry-74 Torres-88 Twiner-90 Matar-95 Laiche-94 Jensen-99 Hymel-94
The Comets won the Division III Disrtrict 4 tournament. Mikey Landry, shooting his season best, with a score of 3 under par 69 which was the best in the tournament. He started off with an eagle on the first hole. After hole 5, he was 5 under par. The conditions were great at this point, but then the wind started to pick up. This led to a few bogeys and his final score of 3 under 69 Torres and Matar both shot 82's helping with the victory. Senior Will Torres and senior Jacob Twiner are both suffering from back problems which contribute to not the best scores that they can shoot. Being their last year and the season coming to a close they are working through the pain and finsihing the season. Eighth grader Ryan Laiche continues to put up great scores and helping the team earn the victory. Lakewood was a tough and beautiful course but they were able to come up with a district championship scoring a low of 324 which was 15 strokes lower than second place Catholic High of New Iberia (339) and thrid place Newman (341).
The Comets resume in regional play next Tuesday at Santa Maria in Baton Rouge and the Comets will have to finish in the top 4 to make it to state.
Regional Tournament Results
The Comets fall short to the cut off of the State Tournament. In a tough fought battle, it came down to one stroke deciding who would move on. The Comets lost a one hole sudden death to Newman for the fourth spot to advance as a team. Eighth grader Ryan Laiche shot a 92. Seniors Jacob Twiner and Kenny Matar shot a 93 and a 94 in their last match in a Comet uniform. Senior Mikey Landry shot a score of 75 and senior Will Torres shot a 77, which were two of the best scores at the tournament. They both qualified for the state golf tournament. The golfers will compete in the Division III state tournament at the Wetlands in Lafayette Monday and Tuesday.
After a great season for senior golfers Mikey Landry and Will Torres, they finish their high school career at the Division III state tournament at the Wetlands course in Lafayette. Landry shot a 76 the first day then a 72 on the second day. This earned him third overall in the state tournament. Torres shot 85 and 86 while still recovering from an ongoing back injury on the two day tournament. Landry has signed with spring hill where he will continue to play golf in college.
2017 Season Preview
The Comet golf team enters the 2017 season with high expectations. One reason for those expectations is that the team took runner-up in the Division III state championship tournament last year. The Comets have 3 of their top 5 golfers returning, but will have to replace 2 seniors this year both of whom were four year starters for the Comets. The Comets return starters Jeffery Cupit, Will Torres, and the Comets number one golfer Mikey Landry. Landry, who finished 5th in state as a freshman and second in state as a sophomore, looks to help carry the team to another run at the state championship title.
The Comets have added 4 new players this year to the 10 man roster with Jeff Cupit being the only senior on the team. With the return of 6 from last years team and the new members, there will be competition for the top 5 positions. Returning players from last years team also include juniors Kenny Matar, Brenden Leake, and sophomore Nick Lorio. New members include junior Jacob Twiner, freshman Kaile Levatino and Noah Hymel, and 8th grader Jackson Jensen.
"With last years success and the amount of experience returning including one of the best golfers in the state, Mikey Landry, expectations remain high for the Comet golf program," said head golf coach Gary Zeringue. "The unusually warm and dry winter weather has provided more quality practice days for the team. This years schedule includes tough competition including teams like ED White, Vandebilt, Holy Cross, Newman, Brother Martin, and Hannan. 7 of the 15 matches are on different courses on the road, which will help us prepare for the post season tournament."
The Comets open season on Wednesday, February 13th, hosting Holy Cross at Riverlands golf course.
Early Season Results
The Comet golf team has played four matches so far this season. After a slow start, the Comets are gaining momentum after a big win against Riverside Wednesday at Riverlands. The Comets are traveling today to face Vandebilt in Houma.
In Wednesday's match against Riverside, the team scored a season low 161. Leading the way, junior Mikey Landry who shot a 3 under par 33 with four birdies. Other top scorers were Will Torres with 39, Jeffrey Cupit with 42, Kenny Matar with 47, and Jacob Twiner with 49.
The Comets opened the season with a tough loss at home against Holy Cross by a score 173-175. Leading the way was Mikey Landry who shot a 37. Other top scorers were Jeffery Cupit with 43, Kenny Matar with 49, and Jacob Twiner with 46. The Comets had a rough week last week playing under extremely windy and dry conditions.
Last week, the Comets had a couple of tough outings. The Comets tied Brother Martin at Lakweood by a score of 181-181. The leading scorer was Mikey Landry with 39. Other top scorers were Will Torres with 43 and Jefferey Cupit with 48.
In a three-way match the Comets came in second to E.D. White and defeated Assumption who placed third. Team scores were E. D. White 324, SCC 363, and Assumption 381. Leading the way was Mikey Landry with one over par 73. Other top scorers were Will Torres with 87 and Jeffrey Cupit with 99.
Mid Season Results
The Comets three match win streak came to halt against Newman and Vandebilt at Riverlands last week. Newman bested the Comets with a team score of 162-170. Then two days later Vandebilt defeated the Comets 163-179. The Comets had defeated the Terriers earlier in the season but could not get things going the second time around.
Against Newman the Comets were led by Mikey Landry who shot even par 36 with 3 birdies. Other top scores were Kenny Matar and Nick Lorio who each shot 44. Closing out the top four scores was Jeffrey Cupit with a 46. Newman's top scores were 38,38,42, and 44.
Against Vandebilt the Comets were led by Mikey Landry's even par 36. Landry had 2 birdies. No other Comet golfer was able to break 45 consequently the Terriers were able to distance themselves for an easy win. Their scores were 37,42,42, and 42.
The Comets last win was over Ponchatoula in an 18 hole match at Carter Plantation Thursday, March 16. The Comets team score was 344 and Jeffrey Cupit led the Comets with an 80.
Next up for the Comets are a pair home matches with Hannan and E.D. White and an away match with Newman at Lakewood.
End of Regular Season Results
The Comets ended the regular season by winning 6 of their last 9 matches. The Comets defeated Holy Cross, Riverside, Hahnville, Newman, and Hannan twice. Losses were to Vandebilt, Newman, and E.D. White.
Some of the best scores in these matches were posted by Mikey Landry. Mikey shot even 36 against Newman and Vandebilt at Riverlands golf course, and against Holy Cross at Lakewood. Landry also went on to shoot a 34 against Hanan and a 33 versus E.D. White both at Riverlands.
One of the highlights of the Comets season was a road win against Newman at Lakewood. This was the best score on the road for the Comets. The team score was 155 as Mikey Landry and Will Torres shot 38, Jeff Cupit shot 39, and Kenny Matar shot a 40.
District and Regional Results
The Comets golf season came to an abrupt end Tuesday, April 26, at the regional tournament at the Greystone Cuonttry Club in Denham Springs. By placing 6th in the 8 team tournament the Comets fell short of their goal of going to the state tournament for the second year in a row. The Comets finished state runnerup in Divsion III last year, but will not be able to compete for state champioship this season.
The Comets had qualified for the regional tournament tby placing second in the district tournament at the Squirrel Run course in New Iberia on Tuesday, April 18. The Comets were defeated by one stroke in the distrcit match by Newman. The team scores were 326-327. Mikey Landry shot 76, Will Torres shot 78, Jeffrey Cupit 80, and Kenny Matar 93.
The competition and depth of quality teams made the regional tourrnament a tougher challenge for the Comets. Mikey Landry shot 76 and Will Torres shot a 79 to lead the Comets. But three socres in the upper 90s sealed the Comets fate. Landry who had finished second in the state last year as a sophomore and 5th in the state as a freshman failed to qualify for individual competition this year. Landry lost a one hole playoff to finish 5th and only the top four players on teams that did not make it qualiify for state.
2016 Golf Season
Comets take silver: SCC, Landry finish runners-up at state golf meet.
Good things certainly came to the St. Charles Catholic Comets golf team this week.
Competing as a team at the state tournament for the first time since 2012, and two days late thanks to a weekend drenching of the Lafayette area, the Comets shot 323 Wednesday and 315 Thursday to finish as Division III state runner-up at The Farm d’Allie course with a two-day score of 638.
It is the school’s best finish since winning the state title in 1982.
Sophomore Mikey Landry finished as the individual state runner-up in a three-way tie with Newman’s Price Butcher and University’s Parker Johnson after shooting a two-day score of 144 (71-73).
Landry was the lone team member to qualify for last year’s tournament, finishing fifth overall.
“I am so proud of this team and everything they accomplished,” Comets coach Gary Zeringue said. “We played our best golf when it mattered most. In other sports, coming out second is devastating, but in an eight-team championship tournament against extremely tough competition, there is no shame being the runner-up. They are truly deserving to come home with a trophy and medals recognizing them for their success.”
University High won the title with a 605 (299-306), led by repeat individual champion Trey Winstead’s 140 (68-72).
Catholic of New Iberia was third at 642 (317-325).
The unflappable Landry said it wasn’t his best week.
“I didn’t hit the ball real well all week,” he said. “I was up and down a lot. I only shot four birdies and four bogies all week, so I was at least consistent.”
Landry said he tried to stay self-contained while on the course and not let others affect his play.
“I didn’t want to know anyone else’s scores all day,” Landry said. “I just wanted to play my game.”
He knew it was close, though, for him and for the team.
“Coach Z does the math after every hole it seems like,” Landry said. “When I came in, everybody was already pretty excited. We knew it would be close.”
After finishing his final round, Landry said he went out to the 18th hole to watch the last group come in. There LSU golf coach Chuck Winstead, the father of Trey, let slip some results.
“He started saying some scores and that’s kind of how I found out,” Landry said. “I didn’t know if I was second or third. I knew it was going to be real close, though.”
One of the Comets’ other surprises Thursday was Will Torres, who shot a team-high 92 Wednesday then came back with a 74 Thursday.
“He came in clutch,” Landry said.
Jacob Jensen shot 163 (80-83), Daniel Jaubert shot 172 (87-85) and Jeffrey Cupit shot 172 (85-87).
St. Charles was in third place after Wednesday’s first round, with a combined 323, trailing University High’s 299 and Catholic of New Iberia’s 317 and one shot ahead of Dunham (324). Landry was tied for fifth place at one-under par 71.
“We were concerned playing the first round without a practice round because of the rain,” Zeringue said. “The guys battled through it and posted a better second round.”
Landry was the sole Comets golfer to compete last year. He was thrilled to be joined by his teammates this time.
“It was it a lot more fun,” he said.
Added Zeringue: “We truly had a team mindset and a good chemistry.”
Comets Place 3rd in Region!
This past Tuesday the Comet golf team competed in the regional tournament at the Atchafalaya golf course at Idlewood in Patterson. The Comets placed third behind U-high (305), and Dunham (306), with a season best score of 312. Mikey Landry led the charge with a par 72, Jacob Jensen followed with a 79, Jeffrey Cupit 80, and Will Torres 81. The boys qualified for the state championship tournament at Farm D'Allie in Carencro on Monday, May 2 and Tuesday, May 3. It is the first time the golf team has been to the state tournament since 2012.
Comets move onto Regionals
At LaTour in a three way match adainst E.D. White(145) and Vanderbilt(160), the boys scored a 157. Mikey Landry-36, Jacob Jensen-39, and Daniel/Will-41. A couple days later, SCC faced Holy Cross and Country Day at Lakewood. They won the matchup with a score of 161 top scorers included Mikey Landry-35, Daniel Jaubert-38, Will Torres-43, and Jeffrey Cupit. At the district match at Squirrel Run, they placed 3rd over with a score of 342. Mikey Landry scored a 79 followed by a strong performance by Jeffrey Cupit-82 topped off by Daniel Jaubert-90, Will Torres 91, and Jacob Jensen 96. They will travel to Atchafalaya next Tuesday to compete in Regionals to qualify for state!
St. Charles falls to Newman in close one
At Lakewood on the 6th, SCC faced Newmann and lost 156 to Newman's 153. Mikey Landry scored a low of 34 followed by Will Torres-40, Jacob Jensen-40, and Daniel Jaubert-42. The next daytime boys traveled to Tchefuncta and beat Hannan with a team total of 338 to 352. Top scorers were Mikey Landry-74, Will Torres-81,Kenny Matar-91, and Jeffrey Cupit-92. The golf team plays again at La Tour on April 12.
Comets Practice at Atchafalaya
The 18 hole matchup involved three teams. St. Charles recorded a 326 with Mikey Landry-73, Will Torres-83, Daniel Jaubert-85, and Jeffrey Cupit-85 to defeat Cathoic High N.I. The following day at Riverlands, SCC beats Brother Martin a 9-hole matchup. Mikey Landry and Will Torres led the pack with a 37 followed by Daniel Jaubert-41 and Jacob Jensen with a 42. Their score of a 157 defeats Brother Martin's 167.
Comets top Newman and E.D. White
In the match against Newman, the top scorers were Mikey Landry-37, Jacob Jensen-38, Daniel Jaubert- 43, and Kenny Matar with a 44 with a final score of 162 which defeats Newman's 164. The next day at Riverlands, the boys defeat E.D.White with an all-time low of 153. Top scorers included Mikey Landry-35, Jacob Jensen-38, Will Torres-39, and Daniel Jaubert with a 41 which beats the Cardinal's score 161.
Comets defeat Hannan
The boys faced Hannan High at Riverlands last Wednesday. Leading St. Charles William Torres- 39 with an eagle on hole 6 using a driver, 4-iron,and putter. Other top scores were Mikey Landry- 39, Jacob Jensen- 42, and Daniel Jaubert-48. The team total of 168 topped Hannan's 190. The Comets will face Newman on Wednesday at Riverlands.
Comets win Tournament
In a wet, windy matchup at Riverlands, the Comets won a 4-team tournament last week. The boys won with a team total of 166 barely edging second place Vanderbilt who shot 168. Assumption shot 187 followed by Lutcher with a 202. Mikey Landry led the charge with a two under par 34 followed by Jacob Jensen- 42, Will Torres- 43, Jeffrey Cupit- 47.
The boys will face E.D. White on Monday, March 14.
Comets Win Two Matches
It was a good week for the golf team as they won two matches. The boys defeated Vandebilt Catholic at Ellendale. The team scored a season low 164 with Vandebilt scoring 172. Individual scores were Mikey Landry-38, Will Torres-39, Jacob Jensen-42, and Daniel Jaubert-44. After some hard work and practice, the boys outplayed Lutcher and Ponchatoula at Riverlands scoring another season low team score of 158. Individual scores: Mikey Landry-37, Will Torres-38, Daniel Jaubert-41, Kenny Matar- 42. Senior Daniel Jaubert scored a rare Eagle on the par 5 hole 3. Jaubert used driver, 1 iron, and putted in from 15 feet.
The boys will look to better their scores against Riverside/ Lutcher at Belle Terre on Wednesday.
Comets Tee Off
The golf season started Wednesday at Lakewood against Brother Martin. The Comets fell a little short (167-171) despite shooting a solid round of golf. Mikey Landry shot even par - 36 to lead all golfers followed by Daniel Jaubert-44; Jacob Jensen-45; Jeffrey Cupit-46. The team will play again against Brother Martin at Riverlands on Wednesday.
Comets Optimistic About Golf Season
The Comet golf team is optimistic for the upcoming season with 3 of 5 starters returning from last year's team that was a regional finalist. Mikey Landry, an all-state sophomore, looks to make another state run. Landry finished 5th in the state in Division III last season He has competed in the Arrowhead junior golf tour during the summer and fall. Seniors Jacob Jensen and Daniel Jaubert are excited for the upcoming season and will welcome competition from junior Jefrey Cupit, and sophomores Will Torres and Kenny Matar.
Comets Advance to Regionals
The Comets participated in the District Tournament on Monday, April 20th. The Comets placed third in the tournament falling just short of Newman and Catholic New Iberia. The Comets were led by Cameron Torres with 78, Mikey Landry with 80, and Emile Cupit and Jacob Jensen with an 86. The Comets look forward to Regionals on Tuesday, April 28th at Atchafalaya.
Comets Looking Forward to District Tournament
The Comet golf team has completed the regular season and is looking forward to district, regional and state tournaments. Unfortunately the last two matches were rained out this week. During the Easter holidays, the Comets posted their best score of the season defeating Holy Cross 156-159. Freshman Mikey Landry shot an even par 36 and senior Cameron Torres shot one over par 37 to lead the Comets. On Monday, April 20, the Comets will compete in the District tournament at Lakewood Country Club in New Orleans.
( This artical was written by Lori Lyons on http://www.lobservateur.com/2016/05/07/comets-take-silver-scc-landry-finish-runners-up-at-state-golf-meet/ )
Comets Take 2 Out of 3
The Comet Golf team took on ED White on monday in Thibodaux. The Comets were led by Cameron Torres with a 38.
St. Charles defeated Newman and Riverside Tuesday. The Comets had the top score with a 164 final. The Comets were led by Cameron Torres with a 38, Mikey Landry and Jacob Jensen with a 42, and Will Torres with a 44.
The Comets would take a second win on the week Wednesday. The Comets defeated Ponchatoula and Lutcher with a score of 163. The Comets were led by Mikey Landry with a 36 even par, Emile Cupit with a 40, Will Torres with a 43, and Daniel Jaubert with a 43.
Comets Win Big
The Comet golf team has welcomed the beautiful spring weather with their best performances of the season. The Comets defeated a very good Holy Cross team at Riverlands Tuesday and followed with a win Wednesday at Belle Chasse. Leading the Comets against Holy Cross were senior Cameron Torres with an even par 36 and freshman Mikey Landry with a one over par 37. Mikey Landry had top score of 39 against Belle Chasse. Junior Jacob Jensen (40) and freshman Will Torres (41) had great rounds as well. Next match for the Comets is E. D. White Monday, March 30, in Thibodaux.
Comets Go 2 for 3
The Comets earned a victory against school rivals Riverside Academy and John Curtis. The Comets win 174-213-237.Top Scores from the Comets was Cameron Torres and Emile Cupit with a 43. Daniel Jaubert and Jacob Jensen with a 44.
The Comets then traveled to Lakewood to take on Newman and Northlake Christian in an 18 hole match. The Comets would suffer their first loss with a score 337- to Newman's 323.
The Comets would take on Lutcher Thursday and get back on the winning track by a score of 191-193. Top scores were Will Torres 44, Jeffrey Cupit 45 and Michael Bosarge.
The Comets overall record is now 6-2. The Comets host Holy Cross and Vandebilt Tuesday, March 24 at Riverlands.
Comets Open Season with Win
The Comets Played the Lutcher Bulldogs and Brother Martin at Riverlands on Tuesday March 3rd. The Comets won against both the Crusaders and Bulldogs.
The Comets then hosted Vandebilt Catholic at Belle Terre Country Club on Wednesday March 4th. The Comets scored a 179 to Vandebilt's 192. The Comets were led by Cameron Torres with a 40, Jacob Jensen with a 43, Daniel Jaubert with a 47, and Emile Cupit with a 49.
Comets Defeat Lutcher, Riverside
The Comets faced the Riverside Rebels and Lutcher Bulldogs on Wednesday, April 17 at Belle Terre Country Club and came away with another victory. The Comets shot a 180 led by Cameron Torres with a 43, Emile Cupit with a 44, Jacob Jensen with a 46, and Dalton Landry with a 47. This was the final match of the regular season for the Comet who upped their record to 12-2.The boys will travel to New Iberia on Monday, April 21 for their practice round for district followed by District tournament on Tuesday, April 22.
Comets Split for the Week
The Comets had two matches this week and went 1-1. The boys faced Newman on Monday, April 6 and lost 154-161. Though the Comet came up short it was the best score of the year to dateThe Comets were led by Cameron Torres 37, Emile Cupit and Daniel Jaubert 41, and Dalton Landry 42. On Thursday, April 10, they faced John Curtis and Lutcher and beat both of them shooting a 173. The Comets were led by Emile Cupit 41, and Cameron Torres, Dalton Landry, and Jacob Jensen 44.
Comets continue success
The Comet boys faced John Curtis and Vandebilt this week and came out on top in both matches. They played John Curtis and De La Salle on Tuesday, April 1, scoring a 163 their best of the year. They were led by Cameron Torres 39, Jacob Jensen 40, and Emile Cupit and Daniel Jaubert with a 42. The Comets won again on Thursday, April 3, against Vandebilt, they shot a 181 and were led by Torres with a 42, Jaubert a 45, Dalton Landry with a 46, and Emile Cupit with a 48. The Comets will face Newman on Monday, April 7, at Lakewood country club.
Comets roll Newman
On Thursday, March, 27, the Comets faced Newman and came out victorious. The Comets won by a score of 171-181. The Comets were led by Cameron Torres with a 37, Daniel Jaubert with a 43, Dalton Landry with a 45, and Jacob Jensen and Emile Cupit with a 46. The Comets next match will be Tuesday, April 1, against John Curtis at Riverlands at 4 PM.
Comets Keeping it up
This past week the Comets had three matches and won 2 of them. The Comets faced Central Catholic at Riverlands and won 172-188. They then faced Holy Cross and lost by four strokes 177-173. On Monday, March 24, the Comets faced Central Catholic again this time at the Atchafalaya golf course. The Comets and won 172-190. The Comets were led led by Jacob Jensen with a 42, Dalton Landry with a 43, and Emile Cupit and Cameron Torres both with a 44. The Comets next match will be Thursday, March 27, against Newman at Riverlands.
Comets Start the Year with a Win
The Comets faced Vandebilt Catholic on Thursday, March 13 at Ellendale Country Club. The Comets won with a score of 182-183. The Comets were lead by Cameron Torres who shot a 42 and Emile Cupit shot a 44. Dalton Landry shot a 46 and Daniel Jaubert and Jacob Jensen both shot a 50. The next match will be Wednesday, March19, against Central Catholic at Riverlands.