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Andersen, Schenk tie for second at WSC No. 3

Brant Schenk, a freshman from Santa Cruz, shot a season-low 72 to tie for second with teammate Niels Andersen. (Photo by Ken Sciallo / Sevilla Photography)
Brant Schenk, a freshman from Santa Cruz, shot a season-low 72 to tie for second with teammate Niels Andersen. (Photo by Ken Sciallo / Sevilla Photography)

Niels Andersen and Brant Schenk tied for second with even-par 72s on Monday and SBCC finished fourth in WSC men's golf tournament No. 3 at San Dimas Canyon Golf Course.

Brandon Resnick of Ventura was the medalist at 2-under-par 70. Ventura won its first WSC title of the year with a 7-over 367. The Pirates beat Canyons by seven strokes. Tourney host Citrus was third at 381, one better than SBCC's 382.

Schenk's 72 was a season best. JB Jandro also carded a season-low 74 for the Vaqueros.

"It was a frustrating day," said coach Chuck Melendez. "I told the guys we needed three scores under par because this is a fairly easy course. We were under par as a team through nine holes, then we had some blowup holes. We didn't play well on the back nine.

"That's a big thing in golf – you have to keep your focus and finish strong."

Canyons remained atop the WSC standings at 20-1. Ventura is second at 18-3, followed by the Vaqueros (14-7), Citrus (12-9) and Glendale (11-10).

SBCC will travel to Oceanside on Monday to play in the Southern Cal Preview and WSC No. 4 at El Camino CC.

WSC No. 3
At par-72 San Dimas Canyon GC
 
Team -- 1, Ventura 367 (7-over par). 2, Canyons 374. 3, Citrus 381. 4, SBCC 382, 5, Glendale 391. 6, Victor Valley 456. 7, Bakersfield 467. 8, Antelope Valley 478.
 Medalist – 1, Brandon Resnick, Ventura, 70. 2 (tie), Niels Andersen, SBCC, 72; Brant Schenk, SBCC, 72.
 SBCC scores – 2 (tie), Andersen 72, Schenk 72. JB Jandro 74, Theo Andre-Fouet 82, Sean Mitton 82, Trent Caraher 82.
 WSC standings – 1, Canyons 20-1. 2, Ventura 18-3. 3, SBCC 14-7. 4, Citrus 12-9. 5, Glendale 11-10. 6 (tie), Bakersfield, Victor Valley 3-18. 8, Antelope Valley 2-19.