Bulldog Golf’s Hirsch, Costan shoot career lows

By Bill Tamburrino

The Ramona High School girls golf team continues to play well and receives kudos from its coach, John Rathbun.

Bulldog golfer Amanda Raines hits a putt during a match last week. Sentinel photo/Bill Tamburrino

“Every girl on the team has recorded her personal best score in matches this year and therefore has improved,” Rathbun said. “Two girls are first-year golfers and are really improving as the season winds down. We are 4-3 in the Valley League and are competing. We will end league play with a winning record (Orange Glen will most likely forfeit again). I think that the girls are having fun. I know that I am having coaching them.”

Bre Hirsh shot a career low at Eagles Crest against Orange Glen by carding a 49. In doing so, she also picked up her first medalist honor. Kailey Hill shot 53. Caitlyn Doulgeropoulos recorded a 53. Rachel Costan fired a 61. Shannon Curristan shot 66 and Amanda Raines, 65.

Rathbun was also pleased with his team’s effort in a 236-254 loss to Oceanside and the Oceanside Municipal Golf Course.

“The girls did a good job in that match. Even though it was a loss we did have one of our lowest team scores. Kudos go out to Rachel (Costan) with a career low 48. Bre (Hirsh) had a career low at Eagles Crest. I am proud of the way the girls keep on working and improving.”

Against Oceanside, three Lady Dawgs shot in the forties. Hill shot 45, Doulgeropoulos carded a 47, and Costan had a career low of 48. Hirsh just missed the forties with a 50. Curristan recorded a 64 and Raines shot a non-scoring 65.

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  4. Hill posts top Bulldog golf score in team’s loss to Steele Canyon
  5. Girls golf loses to Steele Canyon, Mission Vista

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