Vetana carrasco, Sophia Martinez, Kaylyn Scorbys and Sam Vogel come together following their closely fought match at Gavilan Golf Course on Monday. By Robert Eliason
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Wednesday’s match featured Team Co-Captain Sam Vogel leading her squad to another victory to finish off Christopher’s perfect league run with a 100-stroke win over Watsonville.
“I feel this season I got a lot of experience. I was able to learn how to become a better leader, teammate, and player,” Vogel said.
Vogel will be returning next season as the lone Senior on the squad.
The Lady Cougars all scored within a few strokes of one another tonight, which proves competition is on their minds.
The Cougars now prepare for League Championships.
“This season has been amazing, we’ve had four different medalists from our team, with two ladies achieving it more than a few times,” Head Coach Jason Navarro said.
Navarro said he asks for random grade checks to make sure golf is not interfering with academics.
“I want these girls to learn skills on the course that will help them in their collegiate and professional careers,” Navarro said about what he would like to see in the future.
“It was a wonderful way to finish my last year,” said Madisen Ruelas, Senior Co-Captain.
CHS Girls Varsity Golf has now won three championships in the last five years. This year’s squad is young and talented. Losing only two golfers next year, the CHS program has a bright future.

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Cheeto Barrera is the sports editor for the Morgan Hill Times and Gilroy Dispatch.


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