Lady Rangers head into league
play with 4-2 record
by Misty Volaski
Despite losing their last two games, Nordhoff's girls' golf
team looks to have a fighting chance for a top three position
in league this year.
With seasoned players such as Jody Peter and Kristin Johnson
leading the team with scores consistently in the low 40s, the
Rangers seem to be off to a good start.
Against Port Hueneme and Carpinteria, Peter shot a career-best
40, while Johnson shot a 45. Peter's 40 was the lowest score
posted in the last three years for the girls' team. Nordhoff
ended up with the win, with a combined team score of 259 to Hueneme's
310 and Carpinteria's 312.
Nordhoff's luck began to run out, however, against San Marcos,
who bested the Rangers, 230-259. Johnson posted a 44, while Peter
shot a 49. Teammate Breann Keller tied Peter with a career-best
Again, however, the Rangers were taken down, this time by Santa
Barbara, who shot a 250 to Nordhoff's 264.
Johnson came out on top of the Ranger team, shooting a 43. Peter
followed, with a 45.
The Rangers will begin league play tomorrow against Malibu. Coach
Dick Sebek seemed confident, noting that his team "is really
improving a lot. They're very receptive to learning how to play
and the tips we give them. They are a really dedicated group."
© 2002 The Ojai Valley News
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PETER AIMS toward the hole in a match against Santa Barbara,
which handed Nordhoff its second loss of the season so far this