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Precious Saelee and Jesse Peh all signed the letters of intent to go to college on scholarships. Precious will be going to Rose Hulman University and Jesse will be headed to California State University, Dominguez Hills.
Nicole Le, Abigail Wiranatha and Alrik Pan all signed the letters of intent to go to college on scholarship Nicole will be going to University of California Riverside. Abigail will be headed back east to attend university of Pennsylvania and Alrik Pan will go to San Diego play for University of San Diego.
ABIGAIL WIRANATHA FINISHED 2ND IN THE CIF CHAMPIONSHIP
In the CIF Individuals Championship at River Ridge Golf Course in Oxnard Walnut Senior Abigail Wiranatha shot a two under par 70 to finish 2nd in the individual championship. Abigail and her team also advance to the final round of the State Qualifying on September 8 at Brookside Golf Course.
The top two teams from San Diego, Fresno and the city of Los Angeles will join Walnut,Troy, Mater Dei and Diamond Bar will play with the top 3 teams advancing to the State finals against the top 3 teams from the North.
Abigail and her Walnut teammates will be trying to advance to the State Finals for the 4th straight year.
SENIOR ABIGAIL WIRANATHA LEADS GIRLS GOLF TEAM TO 2018 CIF CHAMPIONSHIP
Abigail Wiranatha made an eagle on her last hole at the tough Soule Park Golf Course in Ojai to shoot a one under par 70 toLead the girls golf team to the CIF Championship. She was the only player to shoot under par.
Walnut girls defeated Westlake for the second straight year 377 to 388. Abigail 70 was followed by sophomore Tiffany Le 73 Senior Nicole Le 76 Junior Naomi Wiranatha 78 senior Precious Saelee 80 and sophomore Lauren Fue 83.
Walnut will move on to the State Qualifying Tournament in Oxnard on November 1. They will compete against 11 other topSchool from southern section area with the top 4 team going to the final round of State Qualifying Playoffs.
The girls are trying to make their fourth straight appearance in the state finals.
Sophomore Lauren Fue Shoots 73 in CIF
Sophomore Tiffany Le from Walnut high school won the 2018 Hacienda League Girls Golf Championship over her sister senior Nicole Le and senior Alexa Melton South Hills high school
Tiffany entered the final round one stroke to head over sister Nicole and two strokes ahead of Alexa. She shot a one over par 75 at California Country Club to win the tournament by one stroke.
Finishing fourth was last year‘s runner up Walnut Senior Abigail Wiranatha, she was followed by her sister Naomi Wiranatha in fifth place six and seven place went to Walnut Precious Saelee and Lauren Fue . They all will go to the CIF Individual Championship.
WALNUT GIRLS WINS 7 STRAIGHT HACIENDA LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP
Walnut Girls dominated South Hills in the battle of unbeaten teams, Walnut won on Tuesday at South Hills home
course 218 to 259. On Thursday at Walnut home course They won 207 to 279
Walnut Will receive an automatic entry into the Cif team championship game on October 29 at Soule Park golf course in Ojai, Walnut will be seeking there 4th CIF Championship In there 8 year existence
1 Walnut 10 0
1 South Hills 8 2
1 Los Altos 5 5
2 Charter Oak 4 6
2 West Covina 3 7
2 Diamond Ranch 0 10
Week ending 9/16/2018
W 207 LA 303
SH 271 DR 311
WC 283 CO 299
W 186 LA 276
SH 249 DR 314
CO 271 WC 272
Week ending 9/22/2018
W 205 DR 303 **
LA 268 CO 268
WC 303 SH 233 ** CO wins on 6 score
LA 250 CO 279
WC 281 SH 230
Week Ending 9/29/2018
W 219 WC 285
SH 235 CO 292
LA 259 DR 278
LA 274 D R 315
Week Ending 10/05/2018
W 193 CO 310
LA 274 SH 235
DR 303 WC 298
W 199 CO 312
LA 311 SH 235
DR 326 WC 269
Week Ending 10/12/2018
W 218 SH 257
LA 258 WC 263
DR 304 CO 250
W 207 SH 279
LA 283 WC 284
DR 279 CO 240
League Prelim 10/15/2018 @ Marshall Canyon GC 9AM
League Finals 10/18/2018 @ CCC 6:30AM Winner & CIF Qualifiers
Tiffany Le leads Walnut Girls Golf Team to School Record
Sophomore Tiffany Le shot 4 under par 32 to lead Walnut to a new school record and nine hole record of 181. She had a lot of help from senior Abigail Wiranatha shot a 2 under 34 followed by her sister Junior Naomi 38 Naomi was followed by freshman Isabelle San Antonio 38 and Senior Nicole Le 39. The team new record is two strokes better than the 183 they shot in 2015 against Great Oak High School.