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RHS Wever cards career best score
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Ripon avenged a previous loss and put itself in a good position to return to the Sac-Joaquin Section Division V Tournament with Thursday’s 164-174 win over Linden at Jack Tone Golf Course.

Senior Erin Wever came up big, carding a career-best 3-over 35 for the Indians (9-3), who capped the regular season as the second-place team in the Valley Foothill League North Division. The year-end tournament is next Monday at Micke Grove Golf Links.

Wever was backed by a stellar effort from Laura Williams, who checked in with a 36. Alyssa Demara and Claire Wever added a 46 and 47, respectively.

“We need to keep playing solid to make it as a team to divisionals,” Ripon coach Eric Dambrosio said. “I am very proud of the girls and how they’ve played this year. They improved their games and worked hard all season.”

Valley Oak League

Sierra 254, Oakdale 265

McKenna Doyle and Kayla Wilson tied for second place with 48s at Oakdale Golf & Country Club. Oakdale’s Dylanie Donahue was low medalist with a 9-over-par 36.

Arlene Gavino (50), Legacy Barnes (53) and Vanessa Rodriguez (55) were the rest of Sierra’s scorers. The Timberwolves (9-3) head into next Tuesday’s Valley Oak League Tournament at Stockton’s Swenson Park Golf Course as the second-place team.