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first_img Westlake freshman Tiffany Uichanko won the B flight with a 44. She wound up the Marmonte League’s top finisher when Thousand Oaks junior Hillary Packard, who was 3-over par heading into her final hole, took a closing 11 to wind up with a season-high 45. “That’s golf,” said Packard, able to shrug off one of the rare bad holes she has had this season while leading the Lancers to a 9-1 record, an undefeated league record and their best ranking in seven years. Claremont’s Kristine Moraga and Torrance’s Siew finished two shots behind Villela, at 37, and North Torrance’s Hazel Kim Torrance No. 1’s Runas and San Marino’s Lauren Lam shared fourth, at 40. Valencia’s Stevy Loy, a U.S. Women’s Amateur qualifier, and Kristin Tayo and Hart’s Tessa Harp and Eleanna Tan shot 41s. Granada Hills, ranked No. 3 by the Daily News, will face top-ranked Hart on Monday in a nonleague match at Knollwood Country Club in Granada Hills. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! BURBANK – Granada Hills High sophomore Angela Villela won medalist honors and undefeated Torrance convincingly demonstrated its depth Thursday in the third Magnolia Park Optimist girls’ golf tournament at De Bell Golf Course. Villela shot 1-under-par 35 to lead the Highlanders, four-time defending City Section champions, to a fourth-place finish in the team standings. Torrance placed two teams in the top 10 despite playing without its top two scorers. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 “It’s nice to show we’re a deep team,” said Torrance coach John Wurzer, whose team has won 46 consecutive Ocean League matches. “We’ve got a lot of strong players. We beat our winning score of last year today.” Villela, playing while ill in hopes of receiving another pairing with Torrance standout Park, came within a final-hole bogey of posting a season-best score in relation to par. The Granada Hills sophomore, who shot 39 to finish second to Park in the 2004 Magnolia Park Optimist tournament, has a season best of 31 at par-33 Vista Valencia Golf Course. “I feel like I’m getting stronger,” Villela said. Hart of Newhall (175) finished third, five shots behind Foothill League rival Valencia, which dropped from first to second in the Daily News rankings after narrow back-to-back league losses to Hart. Granada Hills was fourth at 176, followed by San Marino (182), No. 4-ranked Westlake (188), Torrance No. 2 (191), fifth-ranked Thousand Oaks (197), Saugus (199) and seventh-ranked Agoura (201), which was playing without returning Marmonte League individual champion Amanda Goodman. center_img The Tartars won a second consecutive team title, with their No. 1 team shooting 160 to finish 10 shots ahead of second-place Valencia. Torrance’s No. 2 team was seventh, at 191, in the annual nine-hole event, which drew a field of 21 teams. Christina Siew shot 37, Demi Runas 40, Julie Cho 41 and Dani Powell 42 for Torrance’s No. 1 team, which was playing without U.S. Women’s Open semifinalist Angela Park and star freshman Jane Rah, both averaging less than 37 strokes a match for the Tartars (8-0). last_img