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The junior shot a 2-under-par 69 at Poppy Hills Golf Course to win the CIF State Championship. The triumph capped a remarkable postseason performance in which she finished with scores in the 60s in six of her seven rounds.
MADIE CHOU FOOTHILL GOLF GPA: 4.81 Chou, who has signed with Stanford, recently finished tied for the seventh at the CIF State Championship, shooting a 3-over-par 74. She’s a three-time Register first team all-county performer. She’s also earned AJGA Rolex All-America honors and
Alyaa Abdulghany seemed overwhelmed and at a loss for words as she talked about her day at Pebble Beach.
Eventually the Corona del Mar junior settled on one word to describer her emotions: humbled.
At the beginning of the girls golf season, qualifying for the CIF State Championship was her only goal. She not only did that,
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She posted a 3-under-par 68 at Goose Creek Golf Club in Jurupa Valley to finish second in the WSCGA Southern State Regional and advance to the CIF State Championship tournament in Pebble Beach.
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JURUPA VALLEY – The drought came to an end Thursday though there wasn’t a cloud in sight on a sun-drenched day at Goose Creek Golf Club.
Two Corona del Mar players earned a place in the CIF State Championship, and before Thursday, the Sea Kings hadn’t sent a golfer to the prestigious high school tournament.
Foothill golfer Madie Chou, who will play in her fourth consecutive WSCGA Southern State Regional on Thursday, has signed a letter of intent with Standford, she said.
Chou finished fourth in the CIF-SS Individual Championship this past Thursday after shooting a 1-under-par 69 at Western Hills Country Club.
Segerstrom’s girls cross country team last week celebrated a decade of dominance in the Golden West League.
Segerstrom defeated Santa Ana, 17-54, on Wednesday for its 10th consecutive league title at Central Park in Huntington Beach. Senior Stefanie Ortega won the race in 17:27, making h
Despite posting a quadruple bogey 8 on one of her opening holes in the CIF-SS Individual Championship, she rallied to post a 3-over-par 73 and place eighth in the tournament at Western Hills Country to earn her second consecutive trip to the WSCGA Southern State Regional.
SAN JUAN HILLS
Lichty has medaled nine times this season for the Stallions. She earned first team all-South Coast League honors last season and again this season. Lichty is currently enrolled in AP Spanish, AP Psychology, AP Language/Composition, Honors PreC
CHINO HILLS – At the time, it looked like an impossibly long putt, 50 feet of uphill uncertainty between her and the hole on the 17th green at Western Hills Country Club.
It turned out to be the shot that gave Corona del Mar’s Alyaa Abdulghany another trophy at the CIF-SS Individual Championship tournament.
CIF-SS Southern Team Regional
At Lakewood Country Club, par 74
Top three teams advance to the team qualifier for the WSCGA Southern State Regional
1. La Serna 391*, 2. Corona del Mar 391, 3. University 392, 3. University 392, 4. Beckman 403, 5. San Clemente 416, 6. Cerritos 421, 7. Marina 422, 8. Tra
LAKEWOOD - Corona del Mar coach Mike Starkweather shook his clenched fists and let out a frustrated growl as he looked at the leaderboard in the clubhouse at Lakewood Country Club on Monday.
“One stroke,” he said. “Just one lousy stroke.”
That’s all that kept the Sea Kings from winning the CIF
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She posted a 2-under-par 69 to finish second on a card-off in the CIF-SS Southern Individual girls golf regional at Dad Miller Golf Course. It was her third consecutive round in the 60s.
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ANAHEIM In the two decades that Mike Starkweather has been coaching girls golf at Corona del Mar, he hasn’t seen anything like this, two of his players tied for second at the end of a CIF tournament.
“I have never had two girls this good,” Starkweather said. “It is a delight to have them. They are amazing.&
The Register's girls golf O.C. top 10 for Monday, Oct. 26, 2015:
O.C. TOP 10
1. Santa Margarita
5. San Clemente
6. Trabuco Hills
8. Villa Park
9. Huntington Beach
She survived a three-hole, sudden-death playoff on Thursday at Dad Miller Golf Course to win the Trinity League Individual championship. She started the final round in fifth place, four strokes off the lead, but finished with a 1-under-par 71 to tie for the lead.
Kang is a two-time All-South Coast League performer for the Titans. She was listed as one of the top 10 golfers to watch coming into this season. She’s medaled eight times this season for the Titans. She’s enrolled in Topics in Calculus, Engli
The South Coast League continues to be a merry-go-round of excitement.
The Dana Hills, Trabuco Hills, and Capistrano Valley girls cross country teams have seemingly shaken up the county rankings every week for the last month.
Saturday, it was the Dolphins’ opportunity to crash the party. Alyssa White, Sienna Serra
Corona del Mar’s Alyaa Abdulghany has her sights on a bigger prize, so winning the Pacific Coast League girls golf championship for the second season in a row Thursday hardly drew a response.
For three years she has been a member of the varsity team, and the junior has yet to make it to the CIF State championship. She is out
One first-round leader at the Trinity League Finals is in a rare place for her school while the other is trying to continue a run of dominance for her girls golf team in the tournament.
Rosary junior Caroline Cantlay and Mater Dei freshman Khameryn Utu each finish with a 2-over-par 76 on the North Course at Los Serranos Cou
Brea Olinda’s Austin Tamagno became the first male runner since El Toro’s Brandon Bethke (2003-2004) to win back-to-back Orange County Championships on Saturday when he ran a 14:31 to capture the boys sweepstakes title.
This week, Tamagno will attempt to break his course record at Mt. San Antonio College in Waln