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Byron Nelson Bobcats golf has a young athlete who is shining bright for the program this season. Freshman star Aaron Cummins has been working the links to his advantage as he continues to excel in his first high school golf season.
With hard work and dedication to the game, Cummins entered the season with strong starts showing the team as well as the competition that the Bobcats have a star on their hands. In December, the team gave Cummins a shout-out as he helped lead the team to a third-place finish at Tangle Ridge:
Great tournament and a 3rd place finish for Bobcat freshman Aaron Cummins this weekend at Tangle Ridge. Way to go Aaron. We 👀 what you are doing! Proud of you. pic.twitter.com/59mGqxVM7o— Byron Nelson Golf (@BNHSgolf) December 4, 2022
Through January and February, Cummins continued to show talent as he sharpened his skill and played incredible rounds for the Bobcats including at the Region 1-6A Preview:
6th place finish for Bobcat Golf freshman Aaron Cummins (72-76) at the Region 1-6A Preview at Tangle Ridge GC this weekend. Atta boy AC! pic.twitter.com/af3wLeiRYy— Byron Nelson Golf (@BNHSgolf) February 18, 2023
Cummins continued to soar as he helped lead the team to a fifth-place overall finish at the Denton Regional Invitational later in February before posting a fifth-place solo finish at the Trophy Club Country Club just days later. Moving on to the District Tournament, Cummins posted a 72-72. Cummins also went on to finish 6th in the 4-6A District Championship to qualify for the Region 1-6A Golf Tournament while also being named to the District 4-6A 2nd Team All-District Team.
As Cummins officially kicks off the 1-6A Golf tournament, be sure you follow along in his success. Bobcat golf can continue looking forward to great seasons with Cummins helping to lead the charge!
Aaron is officially on the golf course at the Region 1-6A Golf Championship. 8’ for birdie on the 1st. @NISDAthletics @ByronNelsonHigh pic.twitter.com/v17qgJtcnn— Byron Nelson Golf (@BNHSgolf) April 19, 2023
After a tough season last year, the Trophy Club Byron Nelson Lady Bobcats soccer program is ready to get right to work and do whatever it takes to have a more positive season. Looking strong with a lot of chemistry, what can fans expect to see from the Lady Bobcats this season? VYPE DFW is here to tell you!
Last season, the Lady Bobcats had a less-than-ideal start that started to snowball as the season progressed. Unable to find the proper footing, the team finished their season with a 2-9-4 overall schedule (2-5-4 in district play) with a 6th place spot in their district's standings. The team worked hard and continued to show growth through many of their moments on the field and, despite their record, they were able to pull of victories over Keller Fossil Ridge and Keller Central.
With a new season ahead, the Lady Bobcats are looking strong and have continued to build chemistry on the field. After opening their season with a tough 4-0 loss against Flower Mound Marcus, Byron Nelson was able to fend off Lubbock Coronodo to finish in a 0-0 tie before recording a 4-0 victory over Grapevine.
Led by Nadia Ortiz, Grace Berry, Shelby Erskine, Rachel Raper, and more, the team is looking sharp and can be expected to continue on the up trend they are on. Their first game of the new year will be in a tournament where they will face off against Lubbock Cooper- looking to show everything they have - on January 12th. From there, the team will continue to finish their non-district schedule and prepare themselves for district play. Fans can certainly expect a better season. This squad is strong and has a drive to be great! Be sure you catch the team in action!
The Lady Bobcats will open district play at home against Keller Fossil Ridge on January 24th at 6:30 p.m.