Harvey advances to CIF
By Bill Tamburrino
Coach John Rathbun’s Bulldog golf team finished its season by competing in the Palomar League Championship Golf Tournament.
Torrey Pines dominated the tourney. The Falcons placed six golfers in the top seven as the Falcons took the first five places. Hee Wook Choi shot a two-day total 143 to win the Palomar League Championship.
Torrey Pines was the regular season and the tournament champion in the Palomar League and the defending state champion.
During the regular season, most of the matches are nine hole events. The league championships not only test the players’ skills but their endurance.
Ramona’s Ally Harvey is the only Lady Bulldog advancing to the CIF championships at Oceanside Municipal Golf Course this week. Harvey carded her lowest front nine of the season when she fired a 39 on the front nine at San Marcos Country Club.
She finished the day with an 84. Harvey shot 95 on Thursday at Oceanside Muni for a two-day total of 179. Harvey has consistently been Ramona’s number one golfer all season and leads the Lady Dawgs with medalist honors.
Kailey Hill shot a two-day total of 196 to just miss the cut for CIF. Her low round of nine was a 42. Kambria Fitting carded a 201 and had and excellent first day total of 96. Caitlyn Doulgeropoulos shot 222 with a low round of 48 on the front nine at Oceanside Muni. Kia Turner turned in a two-day total of 232. Courtney Kiesel recorded a 269.
- Harvey, Morton earn lead golf scores
- Girls golf continues season improvement
- Golf team powers up during power outage
- Bulldog golf loses first two league matches
- Golfers card best week in league action
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