The Lindsay Cardinals celebrated their first victory of the season when they hosted Orosi at River Island Golf Course on Wednesday, March 28 and took a 20-4 win.

Orosi's Joseph Quevedo was the low medal winner, finishing the course in 45 strokes, but Lindsay dominated in match play.

In the No. 1 match, Lindsay's Jordan Markham fell to his opponent, Quevedo, 0-4 while shooting two strokes under his average for a round of 52. Markham had one par.

Lindsay's No. 2 golfer, Jordan Blue, defeated his Orosi opponent 4-0, finishing one stroke under his average for 53.

In the No. 3 match, Lindsay's golfer David Solis took a 4-0 win, finishing with a 52, three stokes under his average. Solis picked up one par.

Lindsay's No. 4 golfer, Matt Salinas, won his match 4-0 with a score of 53. Salinas finished four strokes under his average.

Seth Townsend won the No. 5 match for Lindsay by shooting a career best 61, shaving five strokes off his average.

Lindsay's Victor Mandujano won the No. 6 match 4-0, shooting three strokes under his average for a total of 70.

The Cardinals hosted the CVC Cavaliers the following day, Thursday, March 29, and fell 0-24 on their home course.

CVC's Adam Tevelde was the low medal winner with 41 strokes.

Markham lost 0-4, despite shooting two strokes under his average for a score of 52. Markham was helped by two pars.

Solis shot two strokes under his average for a total of 53 with one par.

Salinas shot 59, three strokes over his average.

Hernandez had a career best match, shooting 53 for a 12-stoke improvement from his average. He had one par.

Townsend shot 11 shots over his average for 76.

Mandujano finished in 76 strokes, four strokes under his average to finish up the team's scoring.

The Cardinals will continue with East Sequoia League play against Woodlake at 3:30 p.m. on April 10 at River Island Country Club.

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