Boys Golf had a “comeback” year of sorts. The team motto for this season was “All Shots Count.” They enjoyed their first spring break golf trip since the pandemic. The team went to Winter Garden, Florida, for a week during spring break to play and practice at Orange County National Golf Center. The extra play and practice combined with the “All Shots Count” mentality helped MICDS secure its best regular season play in the last four years with a 6-2 conference record and 2nd-place finish in the Metro League Tournament. Newcomer Ritchie Sabalvaro ’24 made great contributions to the team with a top 10 Metro League finish and earning 2nd Team All-Metro League. Sophomore Ben Gelven ’25 had a breakout year with a 2nd-place finish in the Metro League Tournament, 2nd-place finish at the District Tournament, and top-10 finish in the State Championship. He earned All-Metro League, All-District, and All-State Honors with one of the lowest regular season scoring averages in the state. Overall, the Boys Golf team is in great shape and looking ahead to next season and more amazing play.