Boys Junior Varsity Golf, Boys Varsity Golf · ALL IS NOT LOST IN WIN OVER CORONA

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CORONA:  “We must have lost 20 balls on the day” Coach LeDuc humorously said. “At one point, we had to go get some more for one of our players.”

It was that kind of day as King didn’t play well but still overmatched the Corona Panthers and despite balls lost in the weeds or the drink, won easily.

“I would just say it was a good win, we secured a second place league finish.” LeDuc said.

A highlight was Mitchell Jaggers making Eagle on the par 4 6th after holeing out from a bunker from 60 yards away.

Overall the score was not as important as about continuing through a tough walking course at Eagle Glen.

“That course puts a toll on the players. Walking that course is harder than walking 18 on some courses.” LeDuc said.

His players were happy to get out of the match with a win.

King is now 9-5 and 7-2 in league and closes out the League season on Thursday against Centennial.