CCCC golf ready for 2022 spring season

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SANFORD — Central Carolina Community College golf coach Jonathan Hockaday looks forward to coaching the 2022 spring edition of the CCCC golf team.

“I am really looking forward to seeing what this team can accomplish. We have the potential to compete to win some tournaments,” said Coach Hockaday. “We have some freshmen who have made good progress since the fall season that should be a big part of any success we have.”

Members of the team are, with high schools and hometowns listed: Preston Cox (Chatham Central H.S., Bear Creek), Cole McBurnett (Southern Lee H.S., Sanford), Noah Ritch (Providence Grove H.S., Climax), and Henry Sapienza (Northwood H.S., Chapel Hill).

“This will be a successful season if our guys continue to put in the work at practice and compete to win tournaments,” said Coach Hockaday. “The guys have really come together and enjoy competing with and against each other and I think that will push each of them to continue to improve.”

The schedule:

March 7-8 – Cougar Classic at Quail Ridge Golf Course (Sanford)

March 21-22 – at 2022 Golf Pride Spring Intercollegiate at Longleaf Golf & Family Club (Southern Pines)

April 4-5 – at Storm Invitational (Colonial Country Club, Thomasville)

TBA – National Junior College Athletic Association Region 10 Division 3 Regional Championship at Longleaf Golf & Family Club (Southern Pines) and Quail Ridge Golf Course (Sanford).

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