Turlock High varsity boys golf team won the Central California Conference tournament on Monday at Pheasant Run after the team, which was led by sophomore Connor Old's best score the day at 75, shot a combined 393.
“This was Connor's best round of the year. He deserved this because he works so hard,” said Jason Boswell, who has now won five CCC titles in six years.
After Connor's best score, was his brother Bailey Old who shot a 77 and tied Pitman's Bryan Rouse and Buhach Colony's Shane Watts.
Logan Lucero finished with the lowest score for Turlock at 83.
“Logan has been a top performer all year and has shown he is an all league player,” said Boswell. “Dylan Cummings has been a great addition and a big part of our championship. This group has been my deepest team that I have had. All our kids could end up with all league honors this year.”
Chandler Hedrick of Pitman followed with an 84. Colton Lundquist was the third best for Pitman with an 86.