Friday, Oct. 22



Agoura 215, Westlake 217


Santa Ana Valley 225, Western 243

Cristian Martinez of Western (3-12, 3-5) was the medalist with a round of seven-over-par, 38, at David L. Baker Golf Course, but the Falcons (7-5, 6-1) posted the team victory, led by a round of 41 from Yesenia Gonzalez.

Thursday, Oct. 21


El Dorado 233, Brea Olinda 239

Medalist Jeniffer Campbell of host Brea Olinda (13-2, 6-1) shot a four-over-par 40 at Green River Golf Club. Courtney Solomonson, the low scorer for El Dorado (10-6, 6-4), shot 45. Three others shot 46 to help the Golden Hawks hand Brea Olinda its first league loss.

El Dorado 233, El Modena 255

Missy Stein shot seven-over-par 43 on the Riverside Course at Green River Golf Club in Corona for El Modena (5-11, 1-7).

Brea Olinda 239, El Modena 255

Jenny Campbell shot a four-over-par 40 to earn medalist honors for Brea Olinda.


Burbank 218, Burbank Burroughs 268


Grace Woo of Burbank shot a one-over-par 38 at Woodley Golf Course to earn medalist honors.


La Reina 222, Oaks Christian 289

Medalist honors went to Samantha Katz who shot a four-over-par 38 for La Reina (7-2, 3-0) at Los Robles Golf Course. Alana Maiello and Kelsey Conway both shot a 41 to aid in the victory and Lauren Radke was the high-scorer for Oaks Christian (2-9, 2-4) with a 44.

Nordhoff 262, Fillmore 309

Medalist honors went to Megan Swann who shot a three-under-par 33 for Nordoff (8-5, 4-0) at Soule Park Golf Course. Swann's round broke a school record for any course and tied the high school record at Soule Park. Flimmore dropped to 2-9, 0-6.


St. Margaret's 222, Oxford Academy 260

Piper Miller had a one-over-par 34 to lead St. Margaret's (12-0, 12-0) to the victory at Dad Miller Golf Course. Stephanie Chae shot a 39 to lead Oxford Academy (7-4 in league).


Chaminade 260, Alemany 371

Amy Johnson shot a seven-over-par 44 to take medalist honors for Chaminade (7-6, 4-3) at Knollwood Country Club. Alemany fell to 3-7, 2-4.


Beverly Hills 251, Palos Verdes 256

Michelle Yang and Janice Kim of Beverly Hills each shot 13-over-par 48 at Palos Verdes Country Club to lead Beverly Hills (3-4, 3-4). Chelsea Dale had a 47 to lead Palos Verdes (4-3 in league play).

Torrance 180, Santa Monica 244

Torrance standout Angela Park shot a five-under-par 29 over nine holes of the Penmar Park Golf Course in Venice as the Tartars (11-0, 8-0) recorded the best team score relative to par in school history.

Park, the defending Southern Section individual champion, had five birdies and four pars in her bogey-free round. The junior played in the U.S. Women's Amateur in August.


Savanna 251, Magnolia 297

Melissa Vigoren shot an 11-over-par 44 and Bryce Pizano added a 47 to lead Savanna (13-2, 6-1) to the victory at Dad Miller Golf Course. Rheana Selesele of Magnolia (3-6, 2-6) shot a 40 to earn medalist honors.


Corona del Mar 222, Irvine University 224

Senior Katie Albright shot three-over-par 38 at Newport Beach Country Club to take medalist honors for Corona del Mar (10-1, 6-1), which handed the Trojans (11-1, 6-1) their first defeat of the season.


Newport Harbor 231, Irvine 291

Newport Harbor was led by Natalie Draganza, who shot a four-over-par 40 to earn medalist honors for the Sailors (7-6, 4-4) in their victory at Big Canyon Country Club in Newport Beach.


Mater Dei 242, Bishop Montgomery 272

Kalyn Dodge earned Medalist honors with a nine-over-par 45 for Mater Dei (8-0 in league) at Santa Ana Country Club, its home course. Biship Montgomery fell to 1-7, 1-7.


Edison 190, Huntington Beach 208

Medalist Jennie Lee shot an even-par 31 for Edison (9-7, 5-2) at David L. Baker Golf Course in Fountain Valley as the Chargers got a victory over Huntington Beach (4-9, 1-6).

Esperanza 228, Fountain Valley 286

Rachel Liberatore won medalst honors for Esperanza (15-2, 6-1) after shooting a six-over-par 42 at Mile Square Golf Course. Fountain Valley dropped to 0-7 in league play.

LosAlamitos 235, Marina 239

Jennifer Osborn of Marina (7-4, 5-2) shot a two-over-par 38 at Meadowlark Golf Course to earn medalist honors. Los Alamitos is 4-3 in league.

Tuesday, Oct. 19


Chadwick 232, Mira Costa 233

Medalist Donna Harris of Mira Costa (6-4, 4-3) shot a 40 on the par-36 Alondra Golf Course. Estelle Luk chipped in twice for birdies over the last three holes to card a team-best 42 and lead Chadwick (4-4) to victory.


Valencia 178, Saugus 191, Burbank 193, Hart 196, Canyon Country Canyon 222, Burbank Burroughs 234

Medalist honors went to Grace Woo from Burbank who shot a one-over-par 32 at El Carios Golf Course. Valencia's leaders were Stevy Loy and Michelle Mannix, who both shot a two-over-par 33. Tracy White helped the cause as she shot a four-over-par 35 for first-place Valencia (15-6).

The leading scorers from Saugus (19-5) were Melanie DeLeon and Stephanie Aston who both shot 34. Bethanie Glassford shot a 35 for third-place Burbank (13-9).

Hart's leading scorer was Keshia Paris who shot 35. Sarah Windsor shot a 39 for Canyon Country Canyon (6-14) and Danie Caffey shot a 38 for Burbank Burroughs (3-20-1). With its winning score of 178, Valencia set a Foothill League record for the lowest score posted at El Cariso.


Oaks Christian 308, Filmore 342

Medalist Lauren Radke shot a 47 in the inclement weather at par-35 Camarillo Springs Golf Course for host Oaks Christian (2-8, 2-3). Filmore drops 2-9 overall and 0-3 league.


St. Margaret's 248, Ocean View 284

Medalist Piper Miller shot a two-over-par 38 at Meadowlark Golf Club for St. Margaret's (11-0, 11-0). Ocean View drops to 3-8 overall and in league.


North Torrance 223, St. Moncia 302

Medalist Hazel Kim shot a two-over-par 38 for host North Torrance (7-4, 6-1) at The Links at Victoria. St. Monica drops to 0-7 overall and in league.

Torrance 204, Santa Monica 291

Angela Park shot a one-under-par 35 to earn medalist honors and Christina Siew shot a 40 for Torrance (10-0, 7-0) at Los Verdes Golf Club. Torrance has now won 34 consecutive regular season dual matches.


Newport Harbor 243, Aliso Niguel 247

Newport Harbor's Natalie Draganza shot a 39 at the water-soaked, par-36 Big Canyon Country Club. Draganza was five strokes better than her closest competitor to provide a upset for the Sailors (6-6, 3-4). Nari Sohn shot 44 for Aliso Niguel (7-6, 5-2)



Palm Desert 197, Redlands 250

Casey McIntosh earned medalist honors for Palm Desert (17-0), shooting an even-par 36. Alana Erlandson and Erin Stashi both shot a one-over-par 37 to aid in the victory at Desert Willow Golf Resort.

Monday, Oct. 18


Palm Desert 199, Indio 291

Medalist Erin Stashi, of Palm Desert (16-0, 8-0), shot a one-over-par 37 at Desert Willow Golf Resort. Casey McIntosh shot 38 and Jaymee Braun shot 40 for the Aztecs, who shot 200 or better for the sixth time this season. Indio drops to 2-12, 0-8.


Magnolia 174, Century 231

Rheana Selesele shot an even-par 33 to earn medalist honors for host Magnolia (3-6, 2-5) at Dad Miller Golf Course. Vanessa Reno carded a 40 for Magnolia.


Bishop Montgomery 110, Lakewood St. Joseph 112

Randi Gumacal shot a three-over-par 20 to lead Bishop Montgomery (1-5, 1-5) at Victoria Golf Links. St. Joseph drops to 1-5 in league. The match, which was official, was stopped after four holes due to rain.


Savanna 266, Katella 333 Medalist Melissa Vigoren, of Savanna (12-2), shot a 48 at par-36 Anaheim Hills Golf Course. Katella drops to 0-8 overall.