(Scrimmages do not count toward win/loss record. Visit the Sports Section for boys’ golf features. For a simple overview of scores and upcoming matches, check the Spring sport box scores, 2013 for dates, opponents and times for all Eagle sports).

Be sure to visit the 2013 boys’ golf home page, for all matches, stats, and standings. The Eagles are currently 1-5 overall and 0-0 in the West Sequoia League. The Eagles will next play against Bullard and Yosemite High School, April 4.

Eagles fall to non-league opponent in close match, 225-225

FC played against Kingsburg on the home course at Riverside golf course.
Despite having a low score on the course as a team, FC tied to Kingsburg just as the team did last year against the opponents. However, the sixth man rule once again helped the opponent team.

Normally, when there is a tie, the sixth man’s score from each teams are compared to decide wins or losses. As a result, Eagles were defeated, 225 (51)-225 (55).

Despite repeated rare outcome of the match coach Jeff Hopper remained positive.

“This was the second year in a row that we tied Kingsburg at home. When that happens, you go to the sixth man, and they beat us 51-55,” Hopper said. “The weight isn?t all on the sixth guy, though, as everyone could have found a place to reclaim one bad shot, and then we would have avoided the tie altogether and secured the win.”

Sophomore Trevor Beal, ’15 first time playing for the sixth man, looks forward to improve and win more upcoming matches.

“It is disappointing that we lost to a tie but I hope that next time we beat them,” Beal said. “I really wish to get rid of errors to lower my score and score better.”

The Eagles will next play at Sierra Meadows against Bullard and Yosemite, April 4.