Porterville High School girls golf defeated Lindsay 277-324 in a non-league match Tuesday at River Island Country Club.

Scoring for the Panthers was Angela Eugene with a 49, Uniese Carrilo with 54, Aunika Marquez with 54, Gemma Gasco with 57 and Catherine Entenman with 63.

“We had an outstanding outing today,” PHS head coach David Herrera said. “All of the girls played well today. Angela broke 50 today which is a big milestone. I’m proud of Angela’s work ethic and happiness on the course. Also Uniese, Aunika and Gemma shooting in the 50s is a great accomplishment. I enjoy seeing all of their hard work over the years paying off in their scores.

“The team this year has a lot of depth,” Herrera said. “I have two girls that have shot in the 40s, four girls that have shot in the 50s and two more girls that are ready to shoot in the 50s. It’s nice to have a team full of talented athletes that work hard and keep improving.”

Porterville's next match is Thursday at the Tulare Golf Course against Mission Oak. It will be their first East Yosemite League match of the season.

GIRLS TENNIS

Porterville 5

Mission Oak 2

Porterville High School girls tennis beat Mission Oak 5-2 in their first East Yosemite League match Tuesday.

In singles No. 2 Sierra Mitchel won 6-1, 6-1 and No. 4 Zeila Rivera won 6-2, 6-4. No. 5 Liz Martinez lost her first set 7-5 but won the next two 6-3 and 10-6. No. 3 Erica Palad had an exciting match. Palad won her first set 6-4 but lost the second 7-6. In the tiebreaker, she came from behind 9-3 to win 11-9.

For doubles, Jazlynne Medrano and Des Gomez's 9-8 win in the No. 3 match was the only win. No. 1 Mitchel and Chloe Weaver were leading 7-6 but their match was called for darkness. The No. 2 match wasn't played because of darkness and Palad's long match.

Corcoran 6

Strathmore 3

Strathmore High School girls tennis lost 6-3 to Corcoran in Tuesday's East Sequoia League match at home.

The Spartans picked up wins in the No. 4 singles with Abby Miller winning 8-2. No. 6 Lena Bennett also won her singles' match 8-3. The team's other win was in the No. 2 doubles where Taylor Simonich and Hennasey Mendoza won their set 8-7 and the tiebreaker 9-7.

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