Central Valley’s varsity girls golf team capped off the Central California Conference dual season with a 233-241 win over visiting Patterson on Monday at St. Stanislaus.
“It was close,” head coach Kelly Wheelock said. “We won by just eight strokes.”
Central Valley (5-7) tied for fourth place in the CCC standings with Atwater.
Merced, El Capitan and Golden Valley took first, second and third, respectively.
“We’ve been competitive most of the season. All of the girls have been improving every match. That’s the best thing I’ve enjoyed seeing.”Coach Kelly Wheelock
“We’ve been competitive most of the season,” Wheelock said. “All of the girls have been improving every match. That’s the best thing I’ve enjoyed seeing.”
Amelia Daoheung shot a career-best 4-over-par 32 in leading Central Valley past Patterson.
“She birdied three of the last four holes she played,” Wheelock said.
Hawk teammates Esmeralda Lopez, Syra Rodriguez, Lina Bernal and Lucia Bernal posted rounds of 42, 50, 51 and 58, respectively.
Central Valley lost 282-344 to undefeated Merced on Thursday at Merced Country Club.
Daoheung paced the Hawks with a 55.
Rodriguez, Lopez and Bernal shot 67, 69 and 75, respectively.
Central Valley lost by just two strokes, 226-228, to Golden Valley on Oct. 8 at St. Stanislaus.
Daoheung carded a 34.
Bernal, Lopez and Rodriguez had 45, 47 and 51, respectively.
Hawk players showed vast improvement during the second half of the CCC dual season
“They’ve been working on their putting and chipping at practice,” Wheelock said. “That’s made a big difference.”