Monarchs crush Tigers for 5 wins

Exeter is up and running on the golf course. The six-man team crushed Woodlake 22-2 in their fifth league match for their fifth league win last Thursday. The victory added the 11th win to their overall perfect season.

Against the Tigers, the Monarchs won every round of match play only losing two holes in the fifth round.

Before facing the Tigers the Monarchs also delivered a loss to the Cardinals when they hosted Lindsay 21-3.

The rainy weather made Sierra View a difficult course for both teams in the rivalry match up. Lindsay's No. 1 golfer, Andrew Mendoza, won his match 3-1. He shot a 41 with three pars and a birdie. He is 3-1 for the year. The Cardinal's No. 2 golfer, J-michele Gurolla, lost 0-4. He shot a 52. He had only one par and is 1-3 for the year. No. 3 golfer, Michael Khal, lost 0-4. He shot a 54, improving seven shots under his average. He is 0-3 for the year. Lindsay's No. 4 golfer., Jordan Markham, lost 0-4. He shot an 86, 15 swings over his average and is 0-3 for the year. No. 5 golfer, Rudy Salinas, lost 0-4 to the Monarchs. He shot a 60, improving 14 shots under his average.

This was Lindsay's last dual league match of the year. The next two mathces will be 18 hole mini-tournaments preparing the Cardinals for the League Championship Match.

Lindsay's No. 1 golfer, Andrew Mendoza, lost his match 0-4. He shot a 42 with four pars winning two holes and losing five. He is 6-2 for the year. No. 2 golfer, J-michele Gurrola, won 4-0. He shot a personal best 41. He had three pars and a birdie and won six holes. He is 4-4 for the year. Lindsay's No. 3 golfer, Rudy Salinas lost 0-4. He shot a 68 struggling to stay consistent. He is 0-6 for the year. Lindsay's No. 4 golfer, Jordan Markham, lost 0-4. He shot a 66 and won two holes. He is 1-5 for the year. No. 6 golfer, Ionnis Kondylis, lost 0-4. He shot an 81, a 26 shots improvement. He is 0-2 for the year.

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