Woodcreek girls claim CVC golf championship

By: Nick Pecoraro
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SACRAMENTO– The Woodcreek girls golf team wrapped up an undefeated league season and won its second consecutive Capital Valley Conference tournament of the year Monday at Bartley Cavanaugh Golf Course.

The Lady Timberwolves edged out Roseville by eight strokes, 450-458. Carmina Alves came in second for Woodcreek with a 74, and Macy Anderson placed fourth with an 85.

“These two girls really helped lead us to the win,” said Woodcreek coach Keith Rogers. “They played great and our depth finished it off.”

The Lady Timberwolves followed their top two in order: Natalie Armbrust, 95; Maggie Cornelius, 96; Alyssa Shen, 100, and Sammi Duffy, 102.

Woodcreek competes again Monday at Timber Creek Golf Course for the Division II Divisional tournament.

Roseville was led by  Kelsey Gill and Lexi Walter, who finished tied for fifth with an 89. Kayla Hary and Annie Lemos tied for eighth with 93s, and Julia Tavianini and Gabie Giovacchini tied for 11th with 94s.

“I was very pleased with our results today as all of our girls shot below 95 and nearly beat Woodcreek,” said Roseville head coach Corey Fukuman. “I think we have a good chance to finish as one of the top two teams to advance to the Masters Tournament.”

Bella Vista came in third with a team score of 498, Inderkum fourth (499), Yuba City fifth (578), and Antelope forfeited to sixth.

Antelope, however, had one of its own, Katie Harris, take the top individual finish, shooting a 68.

Alves and Anderson of Woodcreek, Gill and Hary of Roseville, Harris of Antelope, Inderkum’s Tiffany Chan (7th, 90) and Bella Vista’s Mia Gribskov (3rd, 82) and Kelly Petersen (T-8th, 93) all made the All-CVC first team. Walter and Tavianini were included in the second team for Roseville.