Girls Golf: Local teams miss postseason play
by TP staff
Oct 24, 2013 | 1089 views | 0 0 comments | 18 18 recommendations | email to a friend | print

Girls golf teams from Kimball, Tracy and West highs finished their 2013 season Monday, Oct. 21, at their respective division-level tournaments.

Kimball High senior Taylor Honnoll was the top local golfer at the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV tournament at the Diablo Grande Ranch Course in Patterson.

She shot 101 on the par-73 course, 10 strokes over the score that would have qualified her to move on to the SJS Masters tournament on Monday, Oct. 28, at The Reserve in Stockton.

Also competing from Kimball High were sophomore Maya Crooms (106) and junior Alyssa Lewis (110).

The team from East Union High of Manteca is the division champion and moves on to Masters with a team score of 443. Vista del Lago of Folsom (452) is runner-up. Individual champion is Emilee Hoffman (71) of Vista del Lago.

Tracy High junior Kirsten Bas was the leading local golfer at the SJS Division I South tournament at Turlock Golf and Country Club. She shot 110 on the par-73 course, 15 strokes over the qualifying score for Masters.

Other local golfers competing in the Division I South event included West sophomore Bobbi Loggins (125), Tracy senior Brooke Davis (130), West sophomore Audrey Romo (135) and West senior Ashley Gonzales (136).

Lodi (481) is the Division I South champion, sending a full team to Masters, as do runner-up Turlock (493) and third-place Merced (494). Individual champion was Alyse Padilla (85) of Enochs High of Modesto.

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

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