Chae Lim Lee carded an even-par 36 in the front nine at Tustin Ranch Golf Course to help lead No. 2 Beckman to a 190-233 Pacific Coast League victory on Tuesday.
It is the second time this week that she has medaled for the Patriots (6-1, 5-0). She fired a 4-under-par 32 at Oak Creek Golf Club as Beckman finished with lowest score
ORANGE - Charmaine Summers looked out the window of Watson Drugs and Soda Fountain at the group of high school girls spanning two tables eating lunch, chatting and giggling.
The group, more than 20, is the El Modena High girls golf team. Four years ago, there was no team.
“Golf to me is a lifelong gift,” Summer
Jordan has earned a medal in five of her first nine matches this season and is averaging a score of 39.8 per round. Jordan is currently enrolled in all AP courses (Calculus BC, Statistics, Macro-Economics, Physics C-Mechanics and English
Chae-Kim Lee birdied five holes on the front nine of Oak Creek Golf Club to post a 4-under 32 and help No. 2 Beckman card the lowest score on a par-36 course this girls golf season.
As a team Beckman finished 3-under as a team, shooting a 177 to beat Northwood in a Pacific Coast League match by 41 strokes.
LONG BEACH - Mater Dei girls golf coach Derek Uyesaka and Corona del Mar sophomore Alyaa Adbulghany shared a similar feeling on Monday after collecting their first place plaques as the team and individual champions of the Long Beach Wilson Invitational.
Of course, both were extremely proud. As Uyesaka said after the Monarchs posted a 311
She fired her lowest score of the season at Alta Vista Country Club, a 2-under-par 35, in a victory against Tustin. She helped the Tigers post a 206, which tied the course record they set at Alta Vista earlier in the season
PLACENTIA – Brittany Park was shocked when she got the news.
She knew the Valencia girls golf team had quite a bit of potential this season, but she had no idea that the Tigers’ level of success would be historic. In just the first three weeks of the season, the No. 10 Tigers set two school records.
Home definitely isn’t where the low scores are for the Beckman girls golf team.
Some of their worst rounds of the season so far have come at Tustin Ranch Golf Club, a place where they practice just about every day.
On Wednesday, the No. 2 Patriots barely broke 200 there in beating Pacific Coast League rival Corona del Mar,
Brea Olinda senior Amy Lee birdied four consecutive holes and was 5-under par at the Blairgowire Golf Club in Pert, Perthshire, Scotland when she walked off the the 13th green on Tuesday.
That's when she knew that she had just clinched the United State's fourth consecutive victory in the Junior Ryder Cup. Her 6&5 triump over Germany&
With one of the biggest cross country meets in the country happening this past weekend – the Woodbridge Invitational – a lot of highlights came with it, and county athletes had their fair share.
Capistrano Valley's Rebecca Deitch ran a 17:05, which was the best time of any county girl on the weekend. It was the 18th-be
Madie Chou Foothill She finished 7-under-par last week for the Knights, medaling with a 4-under-par 32 in a victory against Canyon at Tustin Ranch Golf Club.. O.C. TOP 10 1. Mater Dei 2. Beckman 3. Troy 4. Santa Margarita 5. Corona del Mar 6. University 7. Tesoro 8
PLACEJTIa - Six months ago, Brittany Park wasn’t a nationally ranked golfer.
That has changed.
Born in Korea, Park’s family settled in Fullerton more than a decade ago. She was in third grade when she started taking swings while tagging along with her brother and dad at the local driving range.
Once the school day ends at Beckman, the hard work begins for the Patriots girls golf team.
For the next four hours the players are on the driving range hitting bucket after bucket of balls. Coach Penn Bushong doesn’t make them do it. The Patriots are there because that’s where they want to be.
“We want t
ANAHEIM - Golf runs in the Chung family, and Fairmont Prep senior Kristin Chung feels the pressure.
Her father, Hwan, was South Korea’s No. 1-ranked amateur two years ago.
Her older brother, Jack, a Sunny Hills High graduate, is a former CIF state champion who played a year of golf at Long Beach State b
Playing for a championship that the Huntington Beach girls golf team never even dreamed about winning before has caused the Oilers to feel a bit different come tee time.
For once, they actually, a chance to finish first in the Sunset League, so now senior Maddie Anderson they actually get a bit nervous.
“It wasn’t lik
With most of Orange County experiencing severe heat conditions, some of the county's high school sports programs are responding by taking precautionary measures to beat the heat.
In Anaheim, where the temperature reached 101 on Monday, Esperanza High's football team pushed the start of practice back from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Catharine Roddy Santa Margarita Golf GPA: 4.86 Roddy is one of the top returning golfers in the county. She earned first-team All-County honors last season. She was one of eight county players to qualify for the SoCal Championships and she finished ninth in the WSCGA SoCal Championships las
Corona del Mar High Scool
She fired a 4-under-par 32 on the front nine at Newport Beach Country Club to lead the Sea Kings to a 10-stroke victory against Aliso Niguel.
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It didn’t take long for Orange Lutheran’s second-year varsity boys polo program to get noticed.
The Lancers went 3-2 over the weekend to finish 11th at the difficult Santa Barbara Invitational. This week, they crack the Orange County rankings at No. 10.
Orange Lutheran’s highlights in Santa Barbara included upse