The men’s golf team capped off a dominant season with a Pacific Coast Athletic Conference title.
The team ended with 44 wins and four losses with a first round score of 392 against College of the Desert. In their second round, the team shot a 380 and rounded off the afternoon with a score of 772 to defeat COD.
Along with the conference title, Jacob Montes was awarded player of the year with a total score of 742 on the season. Montes shot a 76 in the first championship round and followed up with a 73 in the second round. Alex Rhee was a low medalist for the tournament shooting a 77 in round one and a 71 in the second round for a combined total of 148.
Zach brown shot a 75 in round one and a 79 in round two.
Kyroshiro Azumada Shot an 84 in round two and a 78 in the round.
Richard Jeppesen shot an 80 in the first round and an 86 in the second round.
rounding out the Comets Kyle Hazlett scored an 86 followed by a 79 in the second round.
At regionals, Palomar finished sixth out of nine teams and missed qualifying for the state tournament. They finished with a 744 team score. Montes won the tournament shooting with a score of 139.
For the rest of the team, Hazlett came in second with a combined score of 146, Kyoshiro Azumada shot a 152, Alex Rhee had a combined score of 153, Zach Brown shot a 154 and Richard Jeppesen Shot a 161. Montes And Hazlett advanced to the state tournament.
Jacob Montes received an Honorable mention for All conference while receiving All-Conference Player with his Athlete of the Year award for men’s golf.
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