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  ALRIK PAN 2 FIRST PLACE TIE THIS SEASON


Congratulations to Alrik Pan on shooting 69 yesterday in the West Covina Boys Golf Tournament at South Hills Country Club. Alrik 69 earned him a tie for first place. It was his 2nd 69 this season and is second 1st place tie, He tied for first at the MLK Tournament at Canyon Crest Country Club last month shooting the same score. In 3 tournaments this season he has scows of 69,76 and 69 a 71.33 average..Walnut next tournament is on April 3.


The team with no seniors 1 junior leads the Hacienda league at 6 wins  0 loss. Overall 11 wins 5 loss, With 3 league matches this week, At Diamond Ranch and Chino and a home match with Chino they hope to improve to 9-0. With wins over Rowland and Los Altos twice last week and Charter Oak and Diamond Ranch the previous week. Walnut now has 2 match lead an are well on there way to there 4 straight Hacienda League Championship. 


In 9 hole matches Walnut top 6 players:
1 Alrick Pan         36.10
2 Tyler Nguyen      36.67
3 Adrian Edlalin     40.33 

4 Brendan Yeats   40.67
5 Bryan Yu             41.89
6 Andy Zhou          42.50

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Team Honduras - Coach Woods playing with the team
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State Champs! The WVSUSD Board of Trustees honored the Walnut High girls golf team on December 14.

Walnut High School Girls Win CIF Golf Championship 2016

The lady golfers at Walnut High School have won the 2016 CIF State Championship.


WALNUT, CA — What does it take to bring home the trophy? Ask the Varsity Girls Golf Team who went undefeated in 2016, and won their first ever state title. The Walnut Valley Unified School District Board of Trustees paid tribute to the Walnut High varsity girls golf team who have been crowned 2016 CIF State Champions. Read more @ Walnut Patch...

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Walnut’s Anabelle Change during 2016 CIF State Girls Golf Championships at Red Hill Country Club in Rancho Cucamonga on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016. (Photo by Watchara Phomicinda, San Gabriel Valley Tribune/ SCNG)

Walnut’s Anabelle Chang is Tribune Golfer of the Year


Anabelle Chang

Senior, Walnut

Anabelle Chang had to be persistent and consistent. The Walnut High School golfer did not necessarily have to break par in CIF postseason play. She did not even need to have her team’s best round in the season’s five important tournaments. But what the senior had to do was persistently be consistent. Her play helped the Mustangs earn their first CIF State championship and earned her San Gabriel Valley Tribune Golfer of the Year honors. 


“I’m really happy to go out with a bang,” she said. “It’s my last high school golf tournament. We made it here and we won.” Read more...

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We are the Champions.
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Walnut wins CIF State girls title 

RANCHO CUCAMONGA >> Walnut High School coach Cecil Woods kept telling his girls golf team that the important tournament was at Red Hill Country Club.

The Mustangs went undefeated in the regular season, but did not win a CIF Southern Section title, the CIF-SS’s all-division tournament or the CIF-WSCGA Southern California crown. But Walnut won the title it wanted the most: The CIF State title on Tuesday afternoon at Red Hill.

"It feels so good to finally be champion," sophomore Abigail Wiranatha said. "We were hoping and praying for the chance to be champions."

 

The Mustangs won their first state title by three strokes, edging Troy 394-397. La Serna finished fifth with a 407.

Walnut finished third in 2013 and then second last year.

"Our motto was that the first two years we went to the party and they wouldn’t let us in," Woods said. "The third year it was: Kick the door down, take the trophy and say, ‘Thank you.’ The girls did what they practiced to do all year. I am so proud of them. Read more...

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Walnut Girls Team Wins 1st State Chanpionship
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CONGRATULATIONS NEXT STOP STATE CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS

CONGRATULATIONS NEXT STOP STATE CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS


The 2016 Girls golf team is one step from realizing there season final and ultimate goal.  Despite not playing up to their usual standards they qualified for the Stats Championship. On a course that does not play to there strengths they fought and scratch there way to the finals. Two time League MVP Katherine Muzi led the way with a 75 followed by Current League MVP. Anabelle Chang 76 and Freshman Naomi Wiranatha 76. Despite her bad luck on hole one when she hit her ball in her own pitch mark Trussy Li manage a respectable 77. Sophomore Nicole Le shot 79 was followed by Abagail Wiranatha 80. The Championship will be on Tuesday November 15 at Red Hill Country Club in Rancho Cucamonga

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