Girls golf posts wins over Valley Center, Oceanside on the road

By Bill Tamburrino

The road was kind to the Bulldog girls golf team as it beat Valley Center at Woods Valley Golf Club and Oceanside at Oceanside Municipal Golf Club.

Photo/Bill Tamburrino Cheyenne Hockin hits a shot in one or Ramona’s wins last week. She shaved three strokes off her Valley Center score in the win over Oceanside.

The Lady Dawgs beat Valley Center 251-303 as Caitlyn Doulgeropoulos earned the medalist honors by firing a 44 on the par 36 front nine. Kailey Hill was only one stroke back as the senior three-sport athlete shot a 45. Doulgeropoulos beat her counterpart by eight strokes and Hill bettered her’s by 12 shots.

Cheyenne Hockin’s 53 was one stroke better than Valley Center’s No. 1 and six shots better than her counterpart. Every Lady Bulldog bettered the score of her counterpart. Courtney Keisel posted a 54 and Rachel  Costan carded a 55. Bre Hirsh shot a 58.

“We didn’t shoot as well as we wanted at Valley Center but we had a great practice the next day and it really paid off. We talked about how close the match with Oceanside would be and it was. We beat them 243-245 at their home course for a great win. Kailey (Hill) shot a great round and took the medalist honors,” said Coach John Rathbun after the road win over Oceanside.

Hill shaved six strokes off her Valley Center score, which was a large factor in Ramona’s win over Oceanside. Doulgeropoulos carded a 46. Hockin improved her score by three strokes as she shot 50. Hirsh also showed major improvement as she shaved six strokes off her Valley Center score to shoot 52. Amanda Raines shot a 56 to round out the scoring.

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