Coach Info
Name Phone Email
High School Keith Wilson
best scores
Total Rnds AVG 18 BEST 36 BEST 54 BEST 72 BEST
Career - - - - - -
Season 18 40.1 - - - -
Total Trmts Rnds Ctd R1 AVG R2 AVG R3 AVG Even Rnds Under Rnds ATP ASOL
14 - - - - - - - -
Home Course
home course name home course city home course state home course slope home course rating
Franklin Valley Jackson OH - -
Best Season Finish

Head-to-Head Match vs. Chillicothe: 38 (Medalist) (Chillicothe County Club)
Head-to-Head Match vs. Chillicothe: 33 (Medalist) (Franklin Valley Golf Club)
SEOAL Match 5: 35 (Co-medalist) (Franklin Valley Golf Club)
SEOAL Match 4: 37 (Runner-up) Cliffside Country Club
Chillicothe Invitational: 82 (Runner-up) Chillicothe Country Club

Head-to-Head Match vs. Chillicothe: 38 (Medalist) (Chillicothe Country Club)
SEOAL Match 5: 35 (Runner-up) (Franklin Valley Golf Club)

Physical Attributes
Years playing golf Hand Bench Press (max)
11 Right -
Golf Honors

1st Team All-SEOAL (2013, 2014)
2nd Team All-District (2013)
All-Academic SEOAL (2011, 2013, 2013, 2014)

Golf Additional

SEOAL Match 1: 37 (Oxbow Country Club)
SEOAL Match 2: 44 (Elks Country Club)
SEOAL Match 3: 49 (Hocking Hills Golf Club)
SEOAL Match 4: 37 (Cliffside Golf Club)
SEOAL Match 5: 35 (Franklin Valley Golf Course)
40 (Elks Country Club)
85 (18 hole tournament Elks Country Club)
83 Hocking Hills Golf Club
35 (Franklin Valley Golf Course)
33 (Franklin Valley Golf Course)
40 (Cliffside Golf Club)
82 (18 hole tournament Chillicothe Country Club)
42 (Ironton)
82 (VA Chillicothe)

SEOAL Match 1: 41 (Oxbow Country Club)
SEOAL Match 2: 41 (Elks Country Club)
SEOAL Match 3: 40 (Brass Ring Country Club)
SEOAL Match 4: 41 (Cliffside Golf Club)
SEOAL Match 5: 35 (Franklin Valley Golf Course)
Sectional: 80 (Lakeside Golf Club)
85 (Elks Country Club)
39 (Franklin Valley Golf Course)
41 (Franklin Valley Golf Course)
40 (Cliffside Golf Club)
38 (Chillicothe Country Club)
79 (VA Memorial Golf Course)
36 (Fairgreens Golf Club)
43 (Elks Country Club)


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High School
Jackson High School
School City
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Guidance Counselor
Joe Finch
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Major Category
Public Relations/Image Management
Major Category
Law and Legal Studies
Law (LL.B., J.D.)
Major Category
Political Communication
Other Academic Information
• National Honor Society (President) • Honors/AP Courses: Honors Biology, AP Government & Politics (Score - 3), AP Language & Composition (Score - 5), AP Literature & Composition, AP Calculus, AP U.S. History, Physics • Selected to attend Ohio Association of Student Council's Leadership Conference at Wright State University in 2012, 2013, 2014 • Speaker at Junior Achievement of Central Ohio Business Hall of Fame Event 2013 • District and State Science Fair - Spring 2013 • All-Academic SEOAL Award - Varsity Golf (1, 2, 3, 4), Baseball (1, 2, 3) • Regional Scholars Delegate 2014 • National Youth Correspondent to the 2014 Washington Journalism and Media Conference at George Mason University • Buckeye Boys State Delegate 2014
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William Cole
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"No deposit, no return." I live by this simple policy, because it applies to nearly any situation in life. Service in my community is no different. The community only improves if I put time and effort into its welfare. I am involved in several service-based organizations through school and out of school, all of which are geared toward the improvement of my community.

I am President of National Honor Society at my high school, where we are involved in several activities each year that focus on the community. Recently, members of National Society chaperoned several developmentally disabled students at a local festival. Some of those students do not have anyone to look up to, so being a role model for those children was a thrill. It's all worth it when you can put a smile of their faces.

I am also involved in the Leo Club, an organization partnered with our local Lions' Club chapter, which does dozens of events to improve the community every year. Last year, the Leo Club completed events like Operation Christmas Child, Jeans for Teens, and a Christmas Food Drive. All these activities give back to the community which has given me so much.

Another organization I am involved with is the iBelieve Foundation. The iBelieve Foundation is an organization which seeks out students at Appalachian schools and provides them with the tools and confidence they need to lead within their community and school. With the iBelieve Foundation, I have been sent to a summer workshop which focuses on team-building, self-confidence, and leadership skills. I have brought the skills I learned at that workshop back to my school and community, which allows me to be versatile in a group setting, as well as lead my peers toward a common goal.

Service in my community is something I hold very dearly. Being able to improve my community through several different outlets allows me to make an even larger impact. Service is a fulfilling activity, one that I plan on being a part of for the rest of my life.

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