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Vaqueros finish 3rd on longer course in WSC No. 3

Isabella Doub shot 82 on Monday and the Vaqueros finished 3rd in WSC No. 3.
Isabella Doub shot 82 on Monday and the Vaqueros finished 3rd in WSC No. 3.

SBCC had an off-day on Monday in WSC No. 3 and Canyons and Citrus took advantage to hand the Vaqueros their first women's golf losses of the year.

Canyons shot 336 on the par-72, 5,700-yard Elkins Ranch course in Fillmore, beating Citrus by four shots and the Vaqueros by five. SBCC (29-2, 13-2) is still in first in conference, but Citrus (12-3) moved within one game and Canyons is two back.

Carolin Chang led the Vaqueros, taking second place with a 77. She was one stroke behind the medalist, Julia Youn of Canyons.

"It was a little longer course and it kind of ate us up," said Vaquero coach Chuck Melendez. "The other teams were ready and they got us. We had a few players sick and we're still missing Vanesa Villa."

Villa, SBCC's No. 3 player, missed her second straight match with an injury.

Santa Barbara will host the North-South Invitational, an 18-school tourney featuring the best teams in the state, on Sunday and Monday at Morro Bay GC.

WSC No. 3
At par-72 Elkins Ranch GC
 Team – 1, Canyons 336. 2, Citrus 340. 3, SBCC 341. 4, Moorpark 409. 5 (tie), Bakersfield, Glendale, no score.
 Medalist – Julia Youn, Canyons, 76.
 SBCC scores – 2, Carolin Chang 77, Isabella Doub 82, Danielle Picard 87, Ebba Magnusson 95, Miraya Ramirez 100.
 WSC standings – 1, SBCC 13-2. 2, Citrus 12-3. 3, Canyons 11-4. 4, Moorpark 6-9. 5 (tie), Bakersfield, Glendale 0-15.