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Sierra drops tough match to Raiders
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The Sierra High Timberwolves suffered a tough Valley Oak League loss to Central Catholic Thursday.

They fell to the Raiders at the nine-hole match at Dryden Park Golf Course, 247-256.

McKenna Doyle, who is Sierra’s No. 1 player, did come away as the medalist, shooting a three-over-par 40.

Unfortunately, Central Catholic performed well as a team led by Brianna Van Klaveren and Jen Morrow, Both fired a pair of 46s.

Rounding out the Raiders’ efforts were Bella Cuevas (50), Sedonia Estacio (50), and Emily Lehman (55).

For the Timberwolves (7-4 in VOL), Legacy Barnes, who is the No. 3 golfer, carded a 51. She was followed closely by No. 4 player Arlena Gavino (52), Kayla Wilson (55) and Bryanna Gavino (58).

East Union 223, Lathrop DQ

The Lancers improved to 10-0 after the Spartans failed to qualify for the VOL match at the Manteca Park Golf Course.

Brooke Riley continued to her impressive steady play by firing a nine-hole round of 36. 

The rest of her teammates shot under 50, including Chloe Cardenas (45), Allie Tajii (46), Natalie Gowan (48) and Kendra Campbell (48).

Delta takes fourth

Manteca High product Katie Hankins and Lexus Barnes formerly of Sierra High helped Delta College to a fourth-overall finish the Big 8 Conference #5.

Katherine McBride, individually, led the Mustangs with an 87 in the 18-hole event hosted by the Yolo Fliers on Thursday.

Sierra College took first place in the eight-team event with a 323, followed by Butte (338) and Modesto (349).

Delta tallied a 359 while finishing ahead of Sacramento (372).

Hankins carded a 95 and Barnes finished with a 105 for Delta.