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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.
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.
Sophomore Tiffany Le
shot 72 to lead Walnut to the liberty high school Bakersfield tournament championship. Her 72 score also won the individual champion. Freshman Esther Lee shot a 75 for second place in the tournament. Walnut team score of 389 was 14 strokes better than Clovis West from Fresno 403. Sophomore Taylor Fan 78 freshman Isabelle San Antonio 80 and sophomore and Lauren Fue 84 were Walnut’s walnut top five scores Lea Wiranatha 85 rounded out all of Walnut scores
ALRIK PAN SHOOTS 66 TO WIN THE CIF CENTRAL CHAMPIONSHIP AND LEADS WALNUT TEAM TO 2nd PLACE
Today at the CIF Central Championship Alrik Pan shot a 6 under par 66 to win the Individual Central Championship and help lead Walnut High School Boys Golf Team to there first ever CIF Team trophy.
Alrik 66 was followed by senior Adrian Edralin one over par 73, Sophomore Tyler Nguyen 74, Junior Jesse Peh 74, Freshman Ethan Cheng 76, and Sophomore Bryan Yu 83.
Team Walnut moves on to Santa Barbara on Thursday to play in the CIF Team and Individuals championship. The top 4 teams of the remaining 14 will advance to the State Qualifying.
Alrik Pan wins Hacienda League championship with a record performance.
He shoots 64 on the final day at California Country Club to finish the 54 hole Tournament 15 under par, Ethan Cheng and Adrian Edralin tide for second.
Alrik Pan Walnut 70 66 64 200
Adrian Edlarin Walnut 74 72 72 218
Ethan Cheng Walnut 69 75 74 218
Bryan Yu Walnut 71 74 74 219
Jesse Peh Walnut 73 72 76 221
Eric Han Walnut 76 77 84 237
Katherine Muzi leads Walnut Girls golf team to their 3rd straight State Championship
Today at Canyon Crest CC in Riverside, Katherine Muzi shot a 3 under par 70 to lead the team to their 3rd straight State Championship Final.
The team will join Troy High who lost to Walnut in last year in the State championship, University High will be the 3rd team from the South. The 3 teams will join the top 3 teams from the North on the 14 of November at Poppy Hills GC in Pebble Beach Ca.
Abigail Wiranatha shot 66 to lead Walnut to their 3rd CIF Championship in 4 years.
Today at Los Robles Greens Golf Course in Thousand Oaks, Abigail Wiranatha shot a 4 under par 66 to lead the Walnut Girls Team to their 3rd CIF Championship in the last 4 years.
Abigail had a lot of help with freshman, Tiffany Le, and senior Katherine Muzi, each shot 72, Naomi Wiranatha and Nicole Le shot 74, followed by Trussy Li with 75.
The team score of 358 was the second best in Walnut history. Walnut score was 10 shots better than Westlake High with a score of 368. If Walnut continues to play well, they will have a good chance to move on to the next round. The team will travel to Oxnard on Thursday, Nov 2, to play in the first round of the State qualifier. They will compete against 12 of the top teams in the Southern Section with the top 4 teams advancing to play the top teams from San Diego and Fresno areas on November 9.
FRESHMAN TIFFANY LE LEADS 3 WALNUT LADIES INTO CIF GIRLS GOLF FINAL
Today at Soule Park GC in Ojai, Tiffany Le shot an even par 72 to lead 3 Walnut players into the CIF finals on November 2 at River Ridge GC in Oxnard Ca.
Following Tiffany 72 was Katherine Muzi 74, Abigail Wiranatha was one of 9 players that shot 77 and had to go into a playoffs to qualify for one of the remaining 4 spots. After a disappointing drive she recovered with a great 2nd shootout of the rough and made an 18 foot down hill putt for birdie to secure her spot in the finals.
The we're 128 girls in the northern region trying to qualify for 36 spots. Other Walnut players in the Tournament were Senior Trussy Li, Naomi Wiranatha Sophomore and Junior Nicole Le.
The team will prepare this week to play in the CIF Northern Team Championships in Thousand Oaks on Monday October 30. They will have to play much better as the playoff progress if they are to make it back to the State Finals. To get there they will have to finish as one of the top three schools next week at Los Robles Golf Course in Thousand Oaks where they will meet some tough teams. If they make through to the next round on November 2 at River Ridge GC. they would face all the Southern Section winners with the top four teams moving on to face the top teams from San Diego and Fresno area on November 9 at Canyon Crest CC in Riverside. The top 3 teams will play against the top 3 teams from the North on November 14 at Poppy Hills GC in Pebble Beach for the State Championship.
Tiffany is only the 4th Walnut Freshman to make it to the CIF Finals as a Freshman, if she continue to play well, Walnut will have a chance to move on.
WALNUT GIRLS WINS FRESHMAN SOPHOMORE GOLF TOURNAMENT
Congratulations to Lauren Fue, She shot a one over 34 to lead the Walnut girls team to victory in The Troy High school Freshman Sophomore Tournament at Fullerton golf course. Lauren’s 34 earned her a first place tie with a player from Santa Margarita.
Right behind Lauren 34 was Taylor Fan with a 35 followed by Nicole Zhang 38 and Emma Hseih 44. The team total of 151 was 16 shots better than second place Santa Margarita Troy finished third.
All these players will be working harder over The next 9 months as they will be competing for a spot on the 2018 Walnut Girls Golf Team that will be headed back to there 8 straight CIF playoffs.
All Walnut girls that did not make the CIF this year knows they will have to work harder in the coming months to secure one those spots.