Girls’ golf falls victim to San Marino in tight match

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The girls’ golf team suffered their third league defeat to San Marino on Thursday, October 4. Despite excellent play on behalf of the Tigers, the team could not overcome their opponents, falling to the Titans 204-209.

Freshman Lauren Calderon had a stroke count of 35, while junior co-captain Victoria Tskvitichvili shot for 38 strokes. Freshman Maya Turun and sophomore Katherine Anthony ended the nine-hole course with scores of 40 and 45, respectively. Freshman Cassy Huang tallied 51 strokes and junior co-captain Lindsey Biggar finished the match with 54.

“I think that today we had a few good scores, but a few of us knew we could definitely do a lot better,” Calderon said. “It’s all about those small strokes that can hurt your score the most.”

The Tigers will play their penultimate league match next Tuesday, October 9, against the Temple City Rams. The Rams defeated South Pasadena 214-227 in their previous league matchup.

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