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Golf tees off fall sports season at TF South

Lansing Journal begins second year of regular sports coverage

By Josh Bootsma

LANSING, Ill. (August 18, 2022) — It’s time for sports again at TF South, despite the fact that school doesn’t start until next week. Red Wolves Golf hit the tee box at George Dunne National Golf Course to start this year’s sports schedule, and visited the links at Stony Creek for the second match of the season

Tuesday, August 16

Opponent: Oak Forest High School

Result: TFS lost by 13 strokes to Oak Lawn: 224-211.

Coach Matt Johnson said the top performers for the day were Ethan Modjeski (54), Anthony Gianoli (55), Ryan Marnell (57), and Ryan Avenatti (58).

TF South sophomore Ryan Marnell chips into the green as senior Ethan Modjeski watches at George Dunne National Golf Course in Oak Forest on Tuesday, August 16. (Photo provided)

Thursday, August 18

Opponent: Richards High School

Result: The Red Wolves defeated the Bulldogs 180-190 on the 32-par course at the Stony Creek Golf Course.

TFS was led by sophomore Ryan Marnell (43), senior Ethan Modjeski (45), senior Ryan Avenatti (46), and freshman Anthony Gianoli (46).

Our student athletes deserve local coverage

For the second straight school year, The Lansing Journal is covering sports regularly at TF South, thanks to an ongoing partnership with the athletic department and coaches at the school. This kind of regular coverage takes time, resources, and communication. If you have kids or grandkids participating in TFS sports, or if you appreciate a newspaper that cares about covering the youth in our community, consider giving to The Lansing Journal today to support our important work:

Josh Bootsma
Josh Bootsma
Josh is Managing Editor at The Lansing Journal and believes in the power and purpose of community news. He covers any local topics—from village government to theatre, from business openings to migratory birds.