For Sonoma Valley High School’s girls’ golf and tennis teams, their Sonoma County League campaigns reached the final week, with the netters winning in a home rout of Elsie Allen, while the golfers ended their season at the SCL championships.
Playing the SCL finals tournament on Monday at the Oakmont East Golf Course in Santa Rosa, the Lady Dragon golfers had a fifth-place team finish with an overall 18-hole score of 571, finishing ahead of Piner, while Analy won the SCL title with a 487, followed by Healdsburg’s 488, Petaluma’s 496, and El Molino’s 505.
For Sonoma, senior Jacquie Peterson posted a fine individual seventh-place 18-hole round of 98 in what turned out to be her final match after falling five strokes short of advancing to the North Coast Section qualifier.
Other individual results for the Lady Dragons, who were directed by longtime coach Tom Hickerson, include sophomore Kaylin Riebli’s 108, sophomore Callie Hogan’s 113, sophomore Lucy Houghton’s 125, sophomore Anna De Smet’s 127, and sophomore Isabel Garon’s 135, which was sixth best on the team and did not tally into the final score.
Rounding out Sonoma’s golf roster was junior Paige Knef.
The tennis Lady Dragons hosted and dominated SCL foe Elsie Allen for a 7-0 shutout victory Tuesday afternoon at the high school courts.
Leading the Sonoma girl netters were junior Cecilia Montano’s 6-1, 6-3 over Elizabeth Pham at No. 1 singles; junior Hanna Lemaire’s 6-0, 6-0 over Maria Soto at No. 2 singles; senior Michelle Stovall’s 6-0, 6-0 over McKenna Smith at No. 3 singles; senior Ava Gonzales’ 6-0, 6-0 over Karina Soto at No. 4 singles; senior Haley Glasner’s and sophomore Brenda Maldonado’s 6-0, 6-1 over Ana Diaz and Lissette Vega at No. 1 doubles; senior Brooke Slack’s and sophomore Alison Gray’s 6-0, 6-1 over Melissa Ruiz and Jenni Martinez at No. 2 doubles; and senior Samantha Richards’ and junior Stephanie Angulo’s 6-0, 6-0 over Perla Arenz and Marianna Hernandez at No. 3 doubles.
The Lady Dragons ended their SCL dual-match season hosting Healdsburg yesterday, with the results not available at presstime.
Sonoma’s two-time defending SCL champion varsity volleyball girls traveled to Forestville Tuesday night and turned their second meeting with longtime league foe El Molino into a one-sided affair with a runaway 25-14, 25-15, 25-9 triumph.
Results of the Lady Dragons’ win over El Molino, and their SCL match results from last night’s showdown with second-place Analy in Pfeiffer Gym, were not available at presstime.