MMA Golf Goes to State

Rain, wind or shine – MMA’s golf team proved to be considerable competition this season, averaging second-place finishes in tournaments. Furthermore, Cadet Oscar Lopez qualified to compete at the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) State Golf Championship, where he finished 28th out of 74 golfers.

“The first day of the state championship was constant rain and wind, but the second day was beautiful. Considering the circumstances, Lopez did really well,” MMA Golf Coach Anthony Yannielli said.

According to Yannielli, although the team lacked experience, they made up for it in hard work, perseverance and teamwork.

“I’m proud in the overall improvement of the whole team. We had a lot of golfers that did not have any experience, but every time they golfed, they improved,” he said. “The team’s greatest strength this season was teamwork. Although golf is more of an individual sport, team score matters. They were able to complement each other and we received better scores.”

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MMA Golf Goes to State

MMA’s golf team proved to be considerable competition this season, averaging second-place finishes in tournaments. Furthermore, Cadet Oscar Lopez qualified to compete at the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) State Golf Championship, where he finished 28th out of 74 golfers.

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Mexico Area Chamber of Commerce Recognizes MMA as Small Business of the Quarter
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The Mexico Area Chamber of Commerce has selected Missouri Military Academy (MMA) for its quarterly small business award. The Academy was selected for the hard work and leadership demonstrated through its uninterrupted operation for three consecutive semesters, as well as through summer camps in 2020, in the midst of the COVID pandemic.

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