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The Southern Arizona male and female high school golfers with the lowest adjusted scoring average have been announced. Averages for each competitive round played by each high school golfer were computed and adjusted for the course rating and slope of the courses played.
The winner of this year's Gary P. Durrenberger Award for the Southern Arizona boys golfer with the lowest stroke average (all stroke play competition rounds weighted for course rating and slope) is Chris Meyers, Canyon del Oro senior. Chris is the first two-time winner of the award.
CDO boys, girls cross-country teams do well in Chandler
The Canyon Del Oro golf team tied for eighth place during two days of competition at the McCormick Ranch Pine Course in Scottsdale last week.
CDO’s Logan France stands with Antigua National High School Golf Invitational winner Aaron Wong Hamilton, of Hamilton High School. France took seventh place at the invitational.
Third place finish a good place to start, said CDO coach
Getting to the State championship was tough. Staying on top once you’ve gotten there is ever harder, yet members of the Canyon Del Oro High School boys golf team are looking forward to the challenge.
Canyon Del Oro senior Logan France tees off at Pusch Ridge Golf Course Monday afternoon during a team practice. France finished 6th in state last year and represented Arizona in the Junior America’s Cup.
Logan France and Jaime Waltimire, both junior golfers from Canyon Del Oro High School, have been selected to play on Arizona’s four-person team during the 39th Annual Junior America’s Cup.
Logan France is one of two junior golfers from Canyon Del Oro High School who will represent Arizona during the 39th Annual Junior America’s Cup.
Canyon Del Oro has won its first boys golf championship in more than 20 years.
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, After a base hit to the outfield, Corey Fujimoto sprints to first as Logan France rounds third base to score.
As the prep golf season begins, Ryan Bais is certain of one thing.
Three all-star teams from the Canyon del Oro Little League competed in their District 5 tournaments against teams from a dozen leagues across the Tucson region north of Speedway.