Tournaments tough on golf, wrestling round up.

Nicholas Torres and Robert Mullen, Reporters


Freshman Kendall Huser has played solid golf the past couple of tournaments for the Bakersfield College Women’s Golf team. That trend did not stop during the Morro Bay Invitational featuring 20 schools from around the state.
The invitational was a two-day event hosted by Santa Barbra City College that was played from Sept. 29-30. On Sunday, Huser shot a team best 85 and helped BC finish in 11th place to finish the day.
BC finished the tournament with an overall score of 756, which was good enough to place ninth. Sunday, the team shot a 387 and on Monday faired better with a score of 369.
The winner of the tournament was Cañada College, located in Redwood City, 20 miles south of San Francisco. The Colts shot an overall score of 634, which were 14 strokes better than second-placed finish Santa Barbra.
Sarah Rotter from Cañada College shot the best individual score for both days with a 73 and a 77 to total score of 150.


BC wrestling has continued into its rough season, taking a 0-4 loss in a home tournament on Sept. 28.
BC lost to Santa Ana College 33-14, Mt. Sac 35-9, East LA 27-19, and Cuesta College 29-21.
In the singles BC faired a little better. Heavy weight Josh Davis went 4-0, and Max Ramirez at 157 pounds went 3-0, but was pulled out of his last match due to a concussion.
“It was rough, it was an ugly weekend. One of the few times we’ve take a total loss at home.”
On Oct. 5 BC came in tenth at a tournament in Santa Ana. Dillan Harroun took fourth at 174, as did Arko Petrosyan at 197