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Ketner leads Lancers past Buffaloes
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The East Union girls golf team shot its low round of the season Tuesday at Manteca Park Golf Course in a 234-289 win over the upstart Buffaloes.

Jackie Ketner paced the fantastic effort with a 3-over-par 40, and playing partner Jillian Goulart was right on her heels with a 43.

Frances Telles (44), and Tori Souza (46) continued to impress, while Salina Tiscareno carded a 61, and Heather Craft turned in a 68.

“EU was impressive,” Manteca head coach Greg Conway said. “It looks like they put in a lot of work over the summer.”

Kaylee Joaquin led the way for the Buffaloes yet again, this time with a 48, while Danielle Roberts returned to the clubhouse with a 51, and Chandler Rose turned in a 52.

Michaela Dias showed well with a 62, Melissa Bond had a 76, and Sierra Roberts carded a 77.

“We came out a little rusty,” Conway said. “We didn’t have a chance to practice over the weekend. We’re showing a lot of fight, but the season is still fairly new and we’re now facing more competitive teams. Hopefully next time out it will be a little better.”

Manteca (2-1) heads to Oakdale Thursday, while the Lancers (3-0) host Sonora.

Sierra 257, Ceres 363
The Timberwolves moved to 3-0 on the young season with a dominant win over the Bulldogs.

Ashley Kiesel carded a 47, and Amanda Orr shot a 49.

Both Alicia Kmiec and Heather Schmitz returned with a 50, and Allison Smith inked a 61.

“It was a good effort today,” T’Wolves head coach Greg Wilson said.

Sierra heads to Central Valley Thursday.

— Brandon Petersen