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May 07, 2019

For the second year in a row, SDG welcomed students from the Maine Christian School Sports League to the course. Seventeen students from Pine Tree Academy, Windham Christian Academy, and Grace Christian Academy braved the rain to play a round on our 9 hole Owl Course.

Disc Golf was recently added to their sports curriculum, providing a team building experience suitable for any students' athletic abilities.

Coming in 3 under par with 4 birdies, Josiah from Pine Tree Academy had the best score, but they were all winners by braving the rain in such great spirits! We look forward to having them back again next year.

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