PARADISE, Calif. - Paradise High's golf season is in full swing.
The boy's team went 7-1 after the Camp Fire and won their league for the first time in 19 years.
The Bobcats have a full roster with nine returning golfers and eight seniors.
"Everyone is like super close, we're all good friends, especially after the fire it was nice to have everyone like come together and as a team, we were able to thrive because we were so close and we depended on each other," said junior Drew Levin.
"We're practicing four days a week, we're trying to get on courses as much as we can, a lot of the guys are practicing on weekends, we're working as hard as we can," said Chase Suihkonen. "We're working our tails off so we can win the league again and win sections this year."
The Bobcats say their ultimate goal this season is to win sections and have fun.