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Playing through windy conditions at Del Monte Golf Course, the
Christopher High boys golf team finshed No. 2 at the second
Monterey Bay League tournament of the season Monday in
Monterey.
Playing through windy conditions at Del Monte Golf Course, the Christopher High boys golf team finshed No. 2 at the second Monterey Bay League tournament of the season Monday in Monterey.

The Cougars improved their team score by five strokes, carding a 273, while a couple of the other teams had rough outings, head coach Mike Hosida said.

Monterey placed atop the field with a 203, Watsonville was third with a 288, King City (295) fourth, North Monterey County (307) fifth and Anzar sixth with 356.

Peter Hilkene recorded the Cougars’ low rounds, shooting a 45.

Tyson Hill penciled in a 50, Steven Lerma 53, Dillon Romero 67, RJ Montez 64 and Jaeshawn Hoenck 61.

CHS next league meet is slated for March 18 at San Juan Oaks.

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