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Reagan Malone

The Arab boys and girls golf teams both have outstanding talents in the 2021 season, but when competing with 6A teams, both teams need to increase their depth.

The women’s team consists of veteran Reagan Malone (Reagan Malone) and Shea Kelley (Shea Kelley), the latter has signed a scholarship to participate in college golf next year, and Shea Kelley and the eighth grade are excellent , Until Thursday the first two games were the team's low breakup.

"Both are truly talented golfers," said coach Emily Stapler. "Reagan is our leader, but Shea has always been our low scorer."

When the Arab girls beat Buckhorn 133-154 for the second time this season, this changed in Twin Lakes on Thursday. Malone's shooting percentage is 37, and Kelly's shooting percentage is 46. Emma Lynch (Emma Lynch), who came in third, had a 50 shooting percentage.

"Shea butter day off," Stapler said.

Lynch is a veteran, and Stapler has high hopes, hoping that she can become the team's consistent No. 3 position.

She said: "Emma Lynch has gotten better in recent years." "She can hit the ball well. She just hasn't achieved what she wants, but she has been working hard.

"We need her to step up now because we are now playing in 6A."

The other members of the team are senior Junaleigh Phillips, sophomore Carleigh Ring and eighth graders Julie Stapler and Ella Bradshaw. Stapler and Bradshaw have never participated in a scoring game, but they have a chance to become fourth on the team.

The women's team has four players, and the top three scores are included in the team's total score.

The female Cavaliers defeated Buckhorn 149-165 to win the season opener, and then the next day, March 5, they defeated Scottsboro at Twin Lakes 130-146.

The early success surprised Staples.

She said: "We have been practicing or playing in warm weather every day since mid-February." "We are in the 6A level and we are trying to compete with the teams that will compete.

The situation of the boys is still unresolved. The team’s new coach, Buddy Pell, is expected to be approved on Tuesday night to become Hartselle’s new assistant football coach. In the past three seasons, he has been a defensive assistant to the Arabs.

No matter who the coach is, junior James Ed Johnson will be the clear leader of the team. Last Thursday, in the Cavaliers beat Buckhorn 182-208, he scored 36 goals. Gary Lane ranked second with 43 points.

The Arabs also defeated Buckhorn 190-208 and then lost to Scottsboro 173-206.

Luke Sanders and Jaxon Borden are also key members of the team.

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