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Recent accomplishments of Ted's Students.

Boys' Golfer of the Year
Nick Geiman, York Catholic, sr.: After four years as a mainstay on the Irish card, Geiman closed out his high school career with his best season yet. Finishing the season with a league-low 72.5 average, Geiman was the model of consistency, which was one of his main areas of focus in the off season. He shot a 71 at the YAIAA tournament to win the league title and tied for second at the District 3 Class AA tournament."I really worked a lot in the off season to hit a fade," Geiman said. "I used to always hit a draw and really wanted to get rid of the big miss for me, which is a hook to the right."Avoiding the big miss was exactly what Geiman did. His season consisted of rounds between 69 and 77, always avoiding the blow-up hole.Geiman carried that consistency to the second day of the PIAA tournament, when he teed of as part of the lead group.He finished Day 2 with a 73, the second-best second-round total in Class AA, good enough for a third-place finish."States were great," he said. "I had been thinking about winning it since August. My main goal was to give myself a chance to win. Through five holes on the second day, I was leading. It got to me right away. It was such a great experience to be there." In addition to his individual success, he helped lead the Irish to a third-place finish at the PIAA Class AA team tournament, plus the District 3 team title."It was great to have a team that was very competitive," he said. "We could have had a different lineup every win. Joe (Parrini) came in and had a great year and played great. Everyone really contributed, which made it special."Geiman has not chosen where he will attend college, but he plans to play golf and major in business administration or marketing.

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