•knew this would be the year she The 5-7 guard averaged 12.6 tion to three steals and two assists. has got to be an advantage." Sacred Heart boys' golf squad to open season at Abilene today Sacred Heart will swing into the 1984 high school golf season today in a 13-team tournament at Abilene. • The Knights return all but one • golfer from last season's varsity, which won the NCAA championship • by 30 strokes. ,< Andy Gagnon, one of two seniors, 'will lead the Knights into compeU- • tion. The NCAA individual medalist averaged 77.6 per round last season and is expecting a banner senior season. . Gagnon will be joined by fellow senior Brian Mai, who averages in the mid-80s with an occasional drop into the mid-70s. "I think both seniors matured a lot during the summer, playing in tournaments with adults," said SHHS coach Bob Hagmeier. "Andy Gagnon is probably one of the the best team leaders you could have. He helps everybody. He'll shoot with anybody who asks him. He really helps out the younger kids." Gagnon's younger brother, John, is an up and coming Knight. John Gagnon and Michael Mears are the two juniors for the Knights. The fifth returning varsity golfer is Martin Gagnon, a sophomore and cousin to John and Andy. Two other sophomores Hagmeier said have improved substantially are Kelley Hogarty and Pat Newell. Jeff Maes and Pat Mears are two of the Knights' top freshmen, and both will be going to Abilene today, Hagmeier Hagmeier said. SHHS roster Seniors — Andy Gagnon, Brian Mai. Juniors — John Gagnon, Michael Mears. Sophomores — Martin Gagnon, Kelley Hogarty, Hogarty, Pat Newell, Bill Beckmeyer. Freshmen — Pat Mears, Jet! Maes, Jim Hill, Terry Ahern, Shawn Callteux. SHHS schedule March 15 — Abilene Tournament, 9 a.m.; 22 — Hutchlnson-Trlnlty Tournament, 1 p.m.; 29 — Beloit Tournament, 9 a.m. April 5 — Ellsworth Tournament, 1 p.m.; 12 — Belleville Tournament, 1 p.m.; 19 — Minneapolis Minneapolis Tournament, 1 p.m.; 26 — Sacred Heart Tournament, 1 p.m.. May 3 — NCAA Tournament at Belleville, 1 p.m.