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Telles leads Lancers past Cougars

East Union's Frances Telles carded an impressive 1-over round against Weston Ranch Tuesday at Van Buskirk Golf Course.

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POSTED September 3, 2010 2:49 a.m.
STOCKTON – The fact that Weston Ranch only had three golfers didn’t stop the four-time reigning Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV champions from posting some low numbers in their first outing of their year.

Led by medalist Frances Telles’ 37, the East Union Lancers followed with Jillian Goulart’s 43, Selena Tiscareno’s 44, and the three-way-tie of Jenny Ketner, Angelique Cardoza, and Kailee Nuding’s cumulative 56.

“Frances was 1-over-par, and that’s very good on a course like that,” East Union head coach Dennis Wells said. “We didn’t really want to see all of those 56s on the scorecards, but for our first match of the year it wasn’t bad. We have a lot of potential, and we’ll get pretty low here before too long.”

Sierra 295, Lathrop 304
FRENCH CAMP – Allison Smith led the honors as the medalist for Sierra Thursday afternoon with her team low 48 at French Camp Golf Course as the Timberwolves narrowly cruised to a victory over the Lathrop Spartans.

Rounding out the scoring was Melanie Kiesel with 51, Jessica Lewis with 60, Kianna Nelson with 62, and Holly Cook with 66.

Lathrop fielded a low score of 50 by Chelsea Brown followed by a 54 of Marissa Leon, a 62 by Cecilia Fernandez, and a 71 by Christina Garcia.

Manteca 319, Kimball 328
The Buffaloes needed each one of their players’ performances Thursday, as the squad rebounded from a tough loss to Oakdale with a nine-stroke win at Manteca Golf Park.

‘Our girl were relieved to be back at home after a rough day in Oakdale,” Manteca head coach Greg Conway said. “The comfort of familiar surroundings must have helped the girls relax on the golf course, because they played much better.”

Micaela Dias recorded medalist honors with a round of 52, while teammates Airenne Curry and Brooke Mejorado turned in a 60 and 65, respectively. Maria Saavedra (70) and Kaylie Grimes (72) fell in behind Mejorado.
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