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M-A Boys Golf Season Ends at CCS Finals

Original post made by Linda Sako on May 15, 2007

The most impressive M-A Varsity Boys golf season in recent history came to an end at the CCS Finals at Rancho Canada on Tuesday, May 15 under very cold, damp conditions. The 8 best teams in CCS were competing for the top 3 spots, which would advance them to the Norcal Finals. The PAL Champs, M-A, placed 6th with a team score of 392, just 15 strokes behind 1st Place Pacific Grove, while Bellarmine and Palma took the 1st and 2nd spots. Menlo-Atherton High School salutes and commends all participants in CCS Regionals and CCS Finals --- Jake Hall Toy, Elliot Hume, Jamie Walsh, Nick Sako, Greg Sako, Ben Jackson, and Nick Chladek.

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