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Golf: Evanston's Jed Curtis guides his boys golf team to tie for seventh

<p>Evanston's Henry Gruger hits from the fairway during the Class 3A boys golf state tournament Saturday in Bloomington. | Mike Mantucca/For Sun-Times Media</p>

Evanston's Henry Gruger hits from the fairway during the Class 3A boys golf state tournament Saturday in Bloomington. | Mike Mantucca/For Sun-Times Media

Evanston's boys golf team tied for seventh at the Class 3A state tournament at The Den at Fox Creek on Saturday. Check out the story about Evanston's boys golf team and its coach Jed Curtis by Matt Harness for High School Cube News: 

Jed Curtis said there better be extra tissues at Evanston’s boys golf banquet at the high school next week.

The team’s coach is known to get teary eyed when speaking about the seniors, and this season-ending gathering on Oct. 30 should be no different. Curtis already predicted he might cry more than usual.

“I tell the guys when they start playing for me that I love them,” the seventh-year coach said. “But you have to be ready to back it up.”

Chris Livatino, Evanston’s athletic director, saw firsthand Curtis’ connection to the players at the team breakfast before the Wildkits left for the state tournament in Bloomington.

[Read the rest of the story on High School Cube News]

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