It feels like the season just began for the first varsity sport in the history of Severance High School when the boys golf team tee’d it up on August 8th at Pelican Lakes Golf Club in Windsor. Today, the regular season wrapped up at the same venue, and what a difference a month and a half has made for these young Silver Knights, as the team went from finishing last at +110 the first time around, to 5th place today. Sophomore Carson Fagan continued to play well, leading the team with an 89, good for a tie for 22nd as an individual. Sophomore Austin Guerette had a disappointing double bogey on his last hole to finish two strokes behind Fagan, and a tie for 26th. Freshman Brycen Farris was two shots back, good for a tie for 31st to round out the team scoring. The improvement in such a short time has been staggering and the future of this program looks bright. The team now has an opportunity to showcase some of that potential on Tuesday, September 24th at Murphy Creek Golf Course in Aurora for the class 3-A regional tournament as they vie for a spot in the state tournament.