Golf: West girls get first win of year
by TP staff
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West High got its first win on the links on Monday, Sept. 23, at Old River Golf Course, beating Tri-City Athletic League opponent McNair 270-338. Leading scorer for West (1-4 TCAL) was senior Ashley Gonzales, who scored 44 on the par-36 course. Completing West’s team were sophomores Bobbi Loggins (48) and Audrey Romo (59) and juniors Gabrielle Taylor (59) and Samantha McCain (59).

West’s previous round was a loss by forfeit to Edison on Sept. 19 at Van Buskirk Golf Course in Stockton.

 

Kimball 249, Oakdale 303

Kimball’s golf team (5-3) improved its standing in the Valley Oak League with a 249-303 win against Oakdale on Monday, Sept. 23, at Micke Grove Golf Links in Lodi.

Kimball Sophomore Maya Crooms was the top golfer for the day with a score of 45 on the par-36 course. Also contributing the Kimball’s total were senior Taylor Honnoll (46), junior Allyssa Lewis (47), senior Savannah Dunniway (54) and sophomore Patricia Fabila (57)

Tracy 293, Bear Creek 315

Tracy High’s golf team (5-3, 3-3 SJAA) logged a San Joaquin Athletic Association win on Thursday, Sept. 19, against Bear Creek (1-4 SJAA) at The Reserve in Stockton. Junior Kirsten Bas led the Bulldogs with a score of 50 on the par-36 course. Rounding out Tracy’s team were sophomore Hunter Andrade (57), senior Brooke Davis (60) and juniors Amanda Vasquez (63) and Alee Balanon (63).

 

Contact Bob Brownne at 830-4227 or brownne@tracypress.com.

 

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