May 11, 2015
College of the Canyons ran away with the team title, while Chabot’s Jeremy Sanchez set a record in the Individual championship.
Located in Santa Clarita, College of the Canyons shot 13-over 733 to win the Community College of California Athletics Association State title on Monday at par-72 Kings River Golf and Country Club in Kingsburg. The College of the Canyons, which won its second title in three years, defeated runner-up Reedley College by eight strokes.
Leading the way for College of the Canyons was Sam Sloman and Eric Kim, who each shot 1-over 145 in the 36-hole event. Other College of the Canyons scores (top five of six) were Matt Murray (146), Braden Lewis (147), Noa Yap (150) and Clay Chatterley (159).
While they didn’t win, Reedley made a nice second round push up the leaderboard, climbing from fourth to second place. Reedley, which finished at 741, was led by Ben Hallam (145) and Don Godin (146). Other Reedley scores were Jacob Ruffino (149), Ryder Rochin (153), Kevin Lauterbach (155) and Jeffrey Yamaguchi (161).
Third place came down to a card-off between Santa Rosa and Riverside City, who both came in with total scores of 743. In the card-off (better sixth man’s score), Santa Rosa, which was led by Zack Sims’ 143, was awarded third place.
In the Individual portion of the championship, it was all Sanchez. Sanchez, who finished third at last year’s NCGA Amateur Stroke Play Championship, posted an 8-under 136 (65-71) to set a new CCCAA State championship low. Sanchez’ score was one shot better than the previous record, set in 1999 by Long Beach City’s Denny Kim, who posted a 7-under 137. In the morning round, Sanchez was flawless, carding seven birdies with zero bogeys. In the afternoon, he’d card four bogeys but also had five birdies. escort girl vipdubai.net
Chad Hambright of Riverside City finished second in the Individual championship at 141 thanks in part to a championship-low 64. In shooting the 64, Hambright had nine birdies and a bogey.
Third place in the Individual championship went to Santa Rosa’s Zack Sims at 143 (72-71).