RIPON — Ripon continued its roll through the Valley Foothill League’s North Division on Tuesday, dispatching Escalon 149-166 at Jack Tone Golf Course.
The reigning champion improved to 6-0 and has beaten its chief rivals in the last week, including previously-unbeaten Bret Harte.
Low medalist Laura Williams shot a 2-over 34 to lead four Indians with sub-40 scores.
“The girls played well today,” Ripon coach Eric Dambrosio said. “Each girl’s score was in the 30s. I’m pleased at the progress we’ve made since the beginning of the season. We have worked hard on putting and short game and it’s paying off.”
Bianca Toledo followed Williams with a 37. Alex Gonzalez and Emily Harris each added a 39. Escalon was led by Madison Kindberg’s 37.
Ripon gets another stiff challenge Thursday when it hosts Sonora, a team it edged out 203-209 to start the season.
Valley Oak League
East Union 255,
Natalie Cowan nearly broke 40 for the first time at Manteca Park Golf Course, but her 5-over 42 was good enough for medalist honors and a 40-stroke win for the Lancers (7-2).
Kendra Campbell added a 48, Haley Leonard a 51, Kennedy Goodnough a 53 and Pressley Graham a 62.
Legacy Barnes and Bryanna Gavino each turned in a 50 for Sierra (3-7).
Central Catholic 283,
MODESTO — The Buffaloes dropped to 4-4 after their close loss at Dryden Park Golf Course.
Taylor Reed (56), Bella Gonzales (57), Sierra Martinez (58) and Haighley Kissee (58) finished two strokes of each other, while Kylie Eberle checked in with a 62. Central Catholic’s Gianna Van Klaveren was the top individual with a 49.
Weston Ranch 351
STOCKTON — Kimball’s Kayla Naldo took first with a 47. Sierra Strambler paced Weston Ranch with a 59.