Boys golf: Tracy fifth at Yellowjacket Invitational
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Tracy High’s golfers placed fifth out of 17 teams at the Yellowjacket Invitational on Monday at Stevinson Ranch Golf Course in Stevinson.

Tracy finished with a team score of 386, the total for the team’s top four golfers, behind Mountain View (349), Ripon (356), Ripon Christian (364) and Escalon (367). Kimball High’s golf team also competed, finishing 12th (394).

The leading local golfer was Tracy High senior Shivam Swamy, who scored 87 on the par-72 course, 14 strokes behind leader Landen Azevedo (73) of Hilmar High and in a four-way tie for eighth place.

Kimball’s leader was junior Reese Maxfield (89), who finished in a five-way tie for 15th place.

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East Union 223, Kimball 236

Old River Golf Course, par 36

Chris Maxfield 43, Reese Maxfield 45, Mathew Jaurique 46, Jeremiah Salud 51, Joey Watkins 51, Neil McKenzie 52.


Yellowjacket Invitational

Stevinson Ranch Golf Course, Stevinson, par 72

Tracy (368, fifth place) — Shivam Swamy 87, Jared Finney 92, Talon Simmons 92, Gavin Bean 97, Amit Grewal 100.

Kimball (394, 12th) — Reese Maxfield 89, Jeremiah Salud 97, Chris Maxfield 100, Mathew Jaurique 108, Joey Watkins 126


West 211, Lathrop 244

French Camp Golf Course, par 32

West — Tyler McLaughlin 39, Mark Olson 42, Austin Smith 42, Nick Carrera 44, Tucker Morris 44.

March 13

Tracy 216, Orestimba 299

Tracy Golf and Country Club, par 36

Tracy — Shivam Swamy 41, Jared Finney 42, Talon Simmons 42, Gavin Bean 46, Amit Grewal 45, Peter Van Ausdeln 57.

Kimball 228, Weston Ranch forfeit

Old River Golf Course, par 36

Kimball — Reese Maxfield 40, Chris Maxfield 44, Joey Watkins 46, Mathew Jaurique 49, Jeremiah Salud 49, Michael Phillips 52.

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