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Shorthanded Hawks no match for Sierra

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POSTED April 15, 2010 3:01 a.m.
Because Central Valley didn’t have enough participants to qualify, Sierra High had its match won Tuesday before a single club came out of their bag.

But that didn’t stop the Timberwolves from posting an impressive team score of 211 – improving their Valley Oak League record to 8-4 as they prepare to head into the homestretch of the season.

Sierra’s Miguel Dominguez posted the day’s low score of 40, while Drew Allen finished close behind with a 41 and Casey Milam wrapped up a 42 at Manteca Park Golf Course. Ryan Leasure finished the day with a 43, and Paul Michaleto rounded out Sierra’s scorers with a 45.

Dan Eyang led the Hawks’ with a 61, while teammate Dalton Gonzalez was right behind with a 62.

“That loss we had to East Union really hurt, but we rebounded and we were focused today,” Sierra head coach Jeff Williams said. “We’re a young team and we’re rebuilding the program, so our goal was just to be our best at the end of the year. I think that’s something we’re getting close to.”

The Timberwolves will hit the links next week when they take on Lathrop High School before heading into the Tony Horton Tournament.

—Jason Campbell
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