Lakeview Boys Golf a Sport Performed by Gentlemen


Hayden Rozzo and Mason Littleton

The Lakeview boy’s golf team is having high hopes for a competitive season with multiple returning players in Senior Thomas Spencer, Junior Jacob Spencer, Sophomore Jason Demonica, Sophomore Leo Parise, Junior Cooper Schiavone, Sophomore Colben Schick, and Junior Jack Peterson. The team had a lot of main contributors graduate so it will be interesting to see how they perform this season.

Returning senior Thomas Spencer has been having a pretty good season so far averaging a 41.2 during his matches this season. Last year he was a letter winner and has made large strides since joining and has become one of the team’s biggest contributors.

Thomas Spencer says, “I love playing golf, and I’ve been striping my driver down the fairway all season.”

Thomas’s brother Jacob Spencer is a returning junior letter winner from the previous season, he averages a 41.5. Although Jacob is the younger brother, he is barely behind Thomas in averages and both have improved a considerable amount since first joining the team last year.

Jacob Spencer commented, “Personally, I think I’m far better than my brother and that the averages have been fabricated and are not correct.

DeMonica is a returning sophomore letter winner averaging 41.8. He lettered last year, this is a major accomplishment for a freshman, especially on a team of incredible golfers.

DeMonica states, “My most memorable moment in the season was when Jack Peterson made a shot from 150 yards out.”

Peterson is a returning Junior letter winner, and he has competed for the Lakeview Golf team since he was a freshman. With an average of 42, Jack is one of the best players on the team, and he is also thought to be the most outgoing. Peterson is ready to get some experience in preparation for his senior year and he is going to be a large asset for Lakeview Golf.

Cayden Buhala is a first-year senior on the golf team who is balancing golf with his high school soccer career. Buhala has only been able to make it to one match this year because of his busy soccer schedule. In Buhala’s only match of the season, he shot a 45 and he is pretty proud of this.

Buhala commented, “My favorite part of golf is getting to joke around with my team. Even though I’ve only played one match I really like the friendships I’ve formed here.