Prep Wrapup: Bay wins BCL West boys golf championship at Harding Park

The championship-winning Bay boys golf team, (from left) Luke Gruenert, Zander Nethercutt, David Perell, Connor Mattoon, Kyle Fowler and Alec Hampton. (Photo courtesy of Miles Chen)

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Boys Golf: BCL West Championship

Bay School won the Bay Counties League West boys golf championship with a team score of 309 on Thursday at Harding Park Golf Course, edging second-place finisher Marin Academy, which finished with a team score of 319.

Bay’s Zander Netercutt and Connor Mattoon led the Breakers and tied for second place individually with three-over 75s, just a stroke behind individual medalist Matt Cutcliff from Marin Academy, who shot a 74.

Urban finished third with a team score of 330, led by a 79 from Reid Buzby, who finished fifth. University finished fourth with a team score of 350, led by an 83 from Stephan Bartz and Stuart Hall rounded out the top five with a team score of 354 behind a team-low 84 from Jordan Mandel.

Bay advances to the North Coast Section Tournament of Champions (the Division I NCS tournament) on May 14 at Castlewood Country Club in Pleasanton, and will be the school with the lowest enrollment among the entrees. The top three Urban golfers will advance as individuals to the NCS Division II tournament at Tilden Park Golf Course in Berkeley.

Top 10 individual finishers
1. Matt Cutcliff, Marin Academy – 74
2. Connor Mattoon, Bay – 75
2. Zander Netercutt, Bay – 75
4. Alex Hartzell, Marin Academy – 76
5. Reid Buzby, Urban – 79
6. Jason Cinti, Urban – 81
6. David Perell, Bay – 81
8. Alex Polatnik, Urban – 82
9. Joe LaHorgue, Marin Academy – 83
9. Stephan Bartz, University – 83

Girls Soccer: Mission 4, Lincoln 1

Earlier this week, the Bears (9-4-1 in AAA play) were at risk of missing the Academic Athletic Association playoffs entirely.

With a win over the Mustangs (8-2-4 in AAA play) on Thursday, Mission not only sealed a postseason berth, but knocked Lincoln out of first place in the Heinline Division.

The Bears got goals from Yessenia Aguilar, Tianna Mitchell, Joanna Beltran and Astrid Rivera, and Aguilar also added two assists.

Boys Tennis: St. Lawrence 3, Jewish Communnity 2

Jewish Community senior captain Eric Temkin improved his individual record to 5-0 with a 6-1, 6-1 win, but the Wolves (0-5) narrowly missed their first team win in school history again.

Girls Soccer: Lowell 7, O’Connell 0

The Cardinals (15-0 in AAA play) wrapped up an undefeated AAA season with a rout of the Boilermakers (7-5-3 in AAA play), led by three goals from senior forward Alejandra Sanchez.

Mitra Shokat, Bailey Armstrong, Jillian Doherty and Mikki Okamoto also added goals for Lowell.

Girls Soccer: Chinese Christian 3, Jewish Community 2

Senior Sophie Navarro scored both Jewish Community’s goals, but could not propel the Wolves (2-4-1) to a win over the Rams (4-4-4).

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  1. bubba says:

    Alec Hampton shot a 78…. no recognition.

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