Varsity golf wins first league match after two consecutive losses


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Ayala boys varsity golf win their first league match against Colony Highschool by 16 strokes

Elisabeth Lee, Staff Writer

On Thursday, March 16, Ayala boys varsity golf competed in their first league match against Colony High School. The competition occurred over the span of four hours, the golfers playing from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Starting the league off on the front nine tees of their home course, Los Serranos Country Club, the Bulldogs secured the win with a score of 218, averaging about 44 strokes per player. The Colony Titans were defeated by a landslide, losing by 116 strokes, scoring a 334, and averaging about 66 strokes per golfer. Parker Gorospe (11) was the medalist, leading the Bulldogs with a score of 41, 4 over par, on the front nine of Los Serranos. 

Ayala Varsity: 218

Colony Varsity: 334

Bulldogs [kept] the fight in their game, rebounding from a couple of losses to a good Murrieta Valley team, and [handing] Colony Titans their first loss of the season,” commented Coach Capps.

As the boys recover from their previous losses, they hope to earn their second consecutive league victory against Bonita High School on Tuesday, March 21. The Bulldogs will compete in an away game at Marshall Canyon Golf Course.