Spring notes: CdM boys lacrosse has successful trip



Spring break was a success for the Corona del Mar boys lacrosse team.

CdM went 3-0 on a trip to Arizona, defeating Desert Vista, 13-2, Notre Dame Prep, 15-8, and Brophy Prep, 12-6.

Jordan Greenhall led CdM with 20 points (nine goals and 11 assists).

Stephen Von Der Ahe had nine goals. Six other players scored at least two goals on the trip. . . . 

Foothill ended its Bay Area trip with a pair of victories. The Knights defeated De La Salle, 8-6, and St. Ignatius, 6-4. Ryan Blank had 13 saves in both games and Nathan Skeen had five goals and two assists in the two victories.



Mater Dei made its first appearance in the top 10 in the west of the Nike/Lacrosse Magazine Regional poll last week.

The Monarchs will likely be moving up thanks to a 10-8 victory over fourth-ranked La Costa Canyon on Saturday.



Two school records were set in a span of three days last week.

Woodbridge made history first, shooting an 8-under 172 during a 12-stroke victory against Northwood on the back nine of Oak Creek Golf Club. The Friars followed with a 172 of their own to beat Trinity League rival Santa Margarita on the South Course at Coto de Caza Country Club.

The scores were the lowest ever posted by a boys golf team at the school.

The No. 1 Warriors’ 8-under round eclipses the 5-under 170 they posted last season on the front nine at Oak Creek while playing Northwood.

Hide Yoshihara led the Warriors with a 4-under-par 32 while Joseph Chun and Paul Sun each cared a 2-under 34. Nicholas Kumamoto and Marcus Dhillon both came in with an even-par 36. The highest score posted by Woodbridge that day was a 37.

“I was proud that this talented group of players left saying that it could have been even better,” Woodbridge coach Tracy Roberts said. “ The team’s focus and commitment to improve each day and have to have fun while working hard has been the key to their success thus far. I am very proud of these young men.”

The No. 2 Friars bettered the 6-under they posted on the front nine at Western Hills Country Club in 2009.

Kyle Kinnane medaled with a 3-under-par 33. Joey Torri and Jack Rahon both added a 35 while Blake Hale and Brendan Gonzalez carded a 35 and 36, respectively.


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