Enterprise golfers welcomed back a familiar face.
Cole Sajonia returned to lead the boys' varsity after spending last year in Arizona. A freshman at Enterprise in 2008, Sajonia stood out as one of this district's best golfers. At state championship meet, a two-day event, he shot 15 over par. That was good enough for fourth place.
Back at Enterprise this spring, Sajonia will join a strong team with plenty of experience. Senior Seth Jannuzzi and sophomore Brock Hayes played at last year's state championships. Meanwhile, senior Collie Davidson, sophomore Duncan Christman and sophomore Casey Marino learned on junior varsity. For 2010, Enterprise also includes a pair of transfers: juniors Carson Makin and Tommy Hill.
"I think we'll be reasonably good before we're done," coach Mike Crawford said. "The guys who played last year have improved. We should contend."
The boys recruited a handful of freshmen: Dakota Jenkins, Cody Duquette, Joseph Harshman, John Green and James Hall.
As for the girls' team, Enterprise has assembled a batch of newcomers. Junior Tess Nicholls tried her hand at a couple of last season's tournaments, and junior Ariel Widener did the same as a freshman. They will play with sophomore Hannah McCarthy, sophomore Karlee Riggs and freshman Jill Morton.
This season begins March 19, with the Heppner Invitational at Echo Hills.