Monday, October 26, 2015

Knox, Cervellin and Curtis Qualify For Masters Golf

Three Elk Grove-area golfers will compete next Monday at the Sac-Joaquin Section’s Girls Masters Championship.

Elk Grove sophomore Jillian Knox fired an 83 at Silverado Country Club in Napa Monday while Franklin’s Courtney Cervellin, a freshman, shot an 86 at the Section’s Division I-North Championship.

Franklin's Courtney Cervellin
Allison Curtis of Pleasant Grove will also advance on the strength of her 86 on Monday. She played with her entire team in Napa, but the Eagles finished with a 491 team total, which was in fifth place in the team standings. The top four teams will advance to the Masters.

Granite Bay won the team title with a score of 415. Oak Ridge was second with a 423, third was Rocklin at 449 and fourth was St. Francis with a 468.

The medalist was Davis’ Marie Dean who fired an 81. Knox was third, Cervellin fourth and Curtis, fifth.

They finished in the top six in the individual standings so they play next Monday at The Reserve at Spanos Park, site of the Section Masters.

Other locals who played Monday at Silverado were Ashley Cho of Franklin (91), Arriana Custodio of Elk Grove (92), Riley Krum of Elk Grove (109) and Angelina Reyes of Sheldon (117).

None of the EGUSD golfers competing at the Division II championships at Teal Bend Golf Club Monday advanced to Masters.

Cosumnes Oaks golfers were Kaylene Lui, who fired a 95, and Mega Mawson, who shot a 102.

Laguna Creek golfers were Katie Dunn (108), Sarah Foulk (110) and Sophie Ross (148).

McClatchy and Roseville were one and two in the team standings at the Division II match. Antelope’s Katie Harris and the Lion’s Katie Low tied for medalist honors with a 76.

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