Boys golf: Tracy takes win, loss in SJAA play
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The Tracy High golf team still held first place in the San Joaquin Athletic Association after beating Bear Creek High on Wednesday at The Reserve in Stockton, a day after the team’s first loss of the league season. 

But the Bulldogs (11-2, 7-1 SJAA) would need to win both of their last two matches — Thursday against Lincoln High at Tracy Golf and Country Club and Tuesday against Chavez High at Swenson Park in Stockton — to claim the league title.

Tracy senior Shivam Swamy was the Bulldogs’ leader this week, shooting 38 on the par-36 Reserve on Wednesday. Swamy also shot 38 on Tuesday in Tracy’s 209-218 loss to Lodi High at Woodbridge Golf and Country Club (par 36).

Thursday’s match against Lincoln ended after press time.


Tracy 206, Bear Creek 236

The Reserve, par 36

Tracy (11-2, 7-1 SJAA) — Shivam Swamy 38, Gavin Bean 38, Jared Finney 43, Amit Grewal 43, Talon Simmons 44, Peter Van Ausdeln 51.


Lodi 209, Tracy 218

Woodbridge Golf and Country Club, par 36

Tracy — Shivam Swamy 38, Jared Finney 41, Gavin Bean 42, Talon Simmons 46, Amit Grewal 51, Dillon Ireland 56.

Tokay 218, West 235

Woodbridge Golf and Country Club, par 37

West (7-3, 4-2 TCAL) — Garrett Morris 44, Tyler McLaughlin 45, Tucker Morris 48, Mark Olson 49, Nick Carrera 49.

April 10

West 217, McNair 280

Tracy Golf and Country Club, par 36

West — Austin Smith 40, Mark Olson 40, Tyler McLaughlin 45, Nick Carrera 46, Garrett Morris 46.

Oakdale 219, Kimball 238

Old River Golf Course, par 36

Kimball (5-10, 5-7 VOL) — Reese Maxfield 40, Chris Maxfield 41, Jeremiah Salud 48, Mathew Jaurique 51, Neil Mckenzie 58, Joey Watkins 59.

April 9

Tracy 207, Lincoln 215

Brookside Country Club, par 36

Tracy — Jared Finney 39, Amit Grewal 39, Gavin Bean 42, Shivam Swamy 42, Talon Simmons 45, Peter Van Ausdeln 54.

Contact Bob Brownne at or 830-4227.



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