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East Union rebounds from loss but looks to improve
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Trevor Baum of East Union launches his drive off the ninth tee box at Manteca Park Golf Course on Tuesday. - photo by JONAMAR JACINTO/The Bulletin

East Union bounced back from its first Valley Oak League loss of the season on Tuesday, but head coach Dennis Wells said his team is “going backwards” after it knocked off Sierra 212-246 at Manteca Park Golf Course on Tuesday.
On Monday, the Lancers (8-1) missed an opportunity to upset Central Catholic but lost 205-216. Michael Lozano and Trevor Baum paced them for a second straight day, carding a 38 and 39, respectively, on the Manteca Park Golf Course front nine.
“Real disappointed with the scores today,” Wells said. “Trevor and Michael have been playing real well, but the last few rounds the rest of our guys haven’t been playing up to their potential. We have three days to work on that.”
Ezra Lendhart’s 44 and Manuel Telles’ 45 were still better than Sierra’s lowest scorer. Clayton Dorland rounded out East Union’s total with a 46.
David Ketner led the Timberwolves with a 46 and was followed by Evan Brazell (47), Dillon St. Claire (53), Antonio Samson (54) and Jackie Thai (55).

Central Catholic 189,
 Manteca DQ
MODESTO — The Buffaloes (2-7 VOL, 3-9 overall) did not field enough players to qualify as a full team at Dryden Park Golf Course.
Ray Gallardo (51), Alex Armendariz (52), Dylan Haro (54) and Isaac Bill (59) scored for Manteca. Central Catholic had four players finish lower than 40 with medalist Tyler Ward leading the way with a 35.

Trans-Valley League
Ripon 206,
 Mountain House 277
TRACY — Connor Larkin finished 1-over par 37 at Old River Golf Course as the Indians improved to 6-1 in league play.
Trent Hawes was the runner-up with a 40, Rhet Herrin turned in a 41, Justin Brito a 43 and Luis Candido a 45. Grant Hrdlicka carded a 43 for host Mountain House.
Ripon will look to avenge its lone loss of the season Thursday at Spring Creek Golf & Country Club against Hughson.