Southern Section

Thursday, April 15


Claremont 190, Upland 195
Medalist Kurt Sheline shot two-under-par at 33 for visiting Claremont (9-5, 5-2) at Upland Hills Golf Course. Upland is 6-1 in league.


Mira Costa 192, Chadwick 214
Joe Stassi shot an even-par 35 to lead visiting No. 7 Mira Costa (15-2, 7-1) at Rolling Hills Country Club. Chadwick is 1-7 in league.


Dos Pueblos 377, Ventura 416
Medalist Ryan Ritzau shot a one-under-par 71 to lead visiting Dos Pueblos (11-2, 5-0) at Buenaventura Golf Course. Ventura is 6-7, 1-4.

San Marcos 355, Buena 411
Brian Willis shot one-under-par 69 and Chris Gregoire and Brett Mormann each shot an even-par 70 for host San Marcos (10-6, 4-1) at Santa Barbara Golf Course. Mormann has signed to play golf at St. Mary's. Buena is 3-9, 0-5.


Brentwood 204, Crossroads 209
Co-medalists E.J. Kahn and Greg Moss of Brentwood and Scott Kummings of host Crossroads (1-7, 0-5) each shot a two-over-par 37 at Rancho Park Golf Course.


Riverside Poly 388, Valley View 485
Medalist Kris Patton shot two-over-par at 74 for visiting Riverside Poly (13-1, 5-0), ranked No. 5 by The Times. Valley View is 9-4, 1-4.


Corona Santiago 214, Corona Centennial 220
Medalist Brian Sun shot one-under-par 35 for visiting Corona Centennial (6-12, 4-3) at Eagle Glen Golf Club. Sean Swanson shot 38 for Corona Santiago (12-5, 6-0) in the team's 14th consecutive league victory.


King 387, Norte Vista 465
Michael Drake was the medalist, shooting a three-over-par 73, for King (9-7, 7-0) at Cresta Verde Golf Course. Jason Warschauer (77), Jeff Ober (79), Andrew Hernandez (79) and Tanner Trapp (79) rounded out King's 387, a school record and the first time all five scorers were under 80 in school history. Norte Vista is 2-5 in league.


La Canada 183, South Pasadena 201
Medalist Phil Horwith shot an even-par 34 for host La Canada (10-1, 3-1) at La Canada Country Club. South Pasadena is 9-2, 3-1.


Glendora 196, Arcadia 197
Medalist Jordan Talah shot an even-par 36 at Glendora Country Club to lead host Glendora (5-3, 1-3).


Hart 364, Santa Barbara 392
Joe Greiner and Andrew Pauling shared medalist honors with one-over-par 72 at Montecito Country Club as the Indians (26-0-1), ranked No. 1 by The Times, beat Santa Barbara for the second day in a row to remain undefeated. Matt Ryan and David Cape each shot 73 for Hart. Santa Barbara is 6-8.

Oaks Christian 199, Viewpoint 228
Ryan Bailey shot a one-under-par 35, Erick Thorson shot three-over 38, and each had three birdies for host Oaks Christian (12-2-1) at Wood Ranch Golf Club. Viewpoint is 7-2.

Wednesday, April 14


Aliso Niguel 187, Newport Harbor 193
Kellen Tyler and Kevin Irwin each shot a one-under-par 35 to share medalist honors for Aliso Niguel (14-2-1, 5-1) at Santa Ana Country Club. Newport Harbor is 7-8, 2-5.


King 439, Bloomington 506
Medalist Jeff Ober shot a five-over-par 77 at General Old Golf Course for King (8-7, 6-0).


Hart 373, Santa Barbara 427
Medalist David Cape shot an even-par 71, Joe Greiner shot a 72 and Matt Ryan shot a 74 for host No. 1 Hart (25-0-1) at the Valley Course at Robinson Ranch. Santa Barbara is 6-9.

Valencia 389, Crescenta Valley 415
Medalist Brandon Christianson shot a one-under-par 71 at Robinson Ranch Valley Course to lead host Valencia (17-10) past Crescenta Valley (13-5).

Tuesday, April 13


Mira Costa 174, Chadwick 199
Medalist Jason D'Amore shot a one-under-par 33 at Chester Washington Golf Course to lead No. 7 Mira Costa (14-2, 6-1).


Villa Park 191, Anaheim Canyon 199
Jimmy Pigneri was the medalist, shooting an even-par 35, for Canyon (5-8, 3-3) at Anaheim Hills Golf Club. Villa Park is 14-2, 6-0.


Dos Pueblos 355, Santa Barbara 412
Senior medalist Ryan Ritzau tied his own individual school record, shooting a five-under-par 66, and led Dos Pueblos to a new school record for 18 holes at the Montecito Country Club. The Chargers' total eclipsed their previous record of 358 set on March 23 against Santa Barbara San Marcos at Glen Annie Golf Course in Goleta. It was the same match in which Ritzau first set the individual mark. Ritzau finished with five birdies and eagled the 11th hole -- a 518-yard, par 5. Junior Sean Bowman had six birdies to finish with 67 and sophomore Jason Bullemer shot 70 for the Chargers (10-2, 4-0). Santa Barbara is 6-7, 3-2.

San Marcos 393, Ventura 404
Brett Mormann and Evan Janke each shot five-over-par 76 at La Cumbre Country Club to lead host San Marcos (10-6, 3-1). Medalist Satch Herrmann shot 73 for Ventura (5-6, 1-3).


Redlands 213, Diamond Ranch 217
Larry Wong shot a one-over-par 36 to earn medalist honors for Diamond Ranch (4-7, 1-0) at Industry Hills Eisenhower Course. Jeremy Ito shot a 38 for Redlands (6-5-1, 5-0).


Riverside Poly 195, Canyon Springs 210
Medlaist Mike Grimes of host Canyon Springs (5-6, 3-1) shot an even-par 36 at Moreno Valley Ranch Golf Course. Jason Fair and Kendall Jenkins each shot a two-over 38 to lead No. 5 Riverside Poly (12-1, 4-0).


Harvard-Westlake 200, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 209
Medalist Mick Partridge shot a three-over-par 38 at Lakeside Golf Course for host Harvard-Westlake (9-1, 8-1). Sherman Oaks Notre Dame is 2-5, 1-5.


Sonora 194, La Habra 200
James Lee shot a three-under 33 with three birdies and no bogeys to medal for Sonora (10-6, 5-1) at Westridge Golf Club. La Habra is 6-3, 5-1.


South Pasadena 198, La Canada 210
Medalist John Elasaesser shot a one-over-par 37 at Brookside No. 1 Golf Course to lead host South Pasadena (3-0 in league) past La Canada (9-1, 2-1).


Aliso Niguel 202, Newport Harbor 212
Junior Andrew Mahnke, junior Kevin Irwin, sophomore Conor Moore and senior Davis Pemstein each shot a three-over-par 39 for Aliso Niguel (13-2-1, 4-1) at El Niguel Country Club. Newport Harbor is 7-7, 2-4.


Dana Hills 192, Capistrano Valley 195
Andrew Matino was the medalist, shooting an even-par 35, for Capistrano Valley (2-3 in league) at Marbella Country Club. Dana Hills is 8-9, 4-1.


Chaminade 198, Cathedral City 240
Freshman Nick Purcell shot a personal-best one-over-par 37 for Chaminade (7-6) at Mission Hills Country Club. Senior Louis Pilloni shot a 39 for Chaminade.

Valencia 373, Oaks Christian 407
Medalist James Dalthrop III shot a three-under-par 69, including five birdies, at Rustic Canyon Golf Course for host Oaks Christian (13-2-1). Brandon Christianson shot an even-par 72 to lead Valencia (16-10).

Monday, April 12


Redlands 231, Eisenhower 318
Medalist Matt Chacon shot a three-over-par 39 for Redlands (5-5-1, 5-0) at SCPGA Legends Course. Eisenhower is 1-11, 0-5.


Harvard-Westlake 202, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 213
Freshman Justin Lee shot an even-par 35 to earn medalist honors for Harvard-Westlake (8-1, 7-1) at Lakeside Country Club. Taylor Wallace and Kyle Borggrebe each shot a 37 for host Notre Dame (2-4, 1-4).


Crescenta Valley 401, Glendale 562
Medalist Damian Yi shot a three-over-par 75 to lead Crescenta Valley (11-5, 6-3) past Glendale (4-6 in league) at Oakmont Country Club. Senior Soo Ji Cho, who plays for the boys team because Glendale doesn't offer a girls golf team, shot a team-best 81.


Riverside King 207, Fontana Kaiser 249
Medalist Michael Drake shot a one-over 37 for Riverside King (7-7, 5-0) at General Old Golf Course. Fontana Kaiser is (2-7-1, 0-5).


Chaminade 211, Cathedral City 243
Brian Walters shot a four-over-par 40 to lead Chaminade (6-6) at Mission Hills Country Club.

Coronoa Santiago 208, Chaffey 245
Medalist sophomore John MacGregor shot two-over-par 38 at Empire Lakes Golf Club to lead visiting Corona Santiago (11-5) in their eighth consecutive victory. Chaffey is 6-6.

Orange 210, Sonora 230
Medalists Derek Ngayen of Orange (10-3) and Brian Zediner of Sonora (9-6) both shot an even-par 36 at Westridge Golf Club.

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