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Buffaloes upended at windy St. Stanislaus
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CERES — The wind and cold played a factor, but the tricky St. Stanislaus course was the main reason Manteca struggled in a 247-267 loss to Ceres Thursday afternoon.

Both Kenny Summers and Nick Gonzales shot 51, three strokes behind team leader Casey Benson.

Jeremy Resuello carded a 55, Tyler Canady a 62 and Dylan J. Craig a 75.

“It was a definitely a course where local knowledge was a factor,” Buffaloes head coach Dave Fontanilla said. “Conditions were difficult and the speed of the greens coupled with not knowing the contours played against us.”

Carter Silveira and Kyle Cerny paced the Bulldogs with 48s.

Manteca (2-8-1) will play at the Bear Creek Invitational at the Reserve at Spanos Park in Stockton Monday.


Ripon 188, Hughson 189

At River Oaks Golf Course, Daniel Cardoza shot even-par 31, seven shots better than Josh Richter’s 38.

Jake Ratto had a 43, Mark Bigelow a 37 and Jordan Williamson a 39.

Williamson shot a par on the final hole and finished with four pars total.

 “He saved the match, he’s the reason we won,” Ripon head coach Chris Musseman said. “He just played really well.  Williamson and Bigelow picked up slack for Richter and Ratto who played way above their average.”

Ripon travels to the Bear Creek Invitational Monday.

— Brandon Petersen