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Golf not up to par

Marcus Castro, Reporter

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Bakersfield men’s golf team is not doing good as they are at the lowest point in their season.

The team headed to Antelope Valley on March 23. With eight teams in the tournament BC placed last with a team score of 421. Jeremy Choi led the team with a score of 79.

“A very poor showing from my team. I’m very disappointed with how they are playing,” said head coach Bob Paillet.

After being suspended for two games for playing an ineligible player, Paillet has been put on paid administrative leave for using inappropriate verbal communication towards two players of the team.

College of the Canyons took first place with a team score of 367. Eric Kim led COC to victory with a score of 69.

The rest of the BC men shot above 80. Robert Chavez shot an 82, Brad Chamberlain shot an 84, Jerren Walter shot an 85, and Jarrett Buntley shot a 91.

The following week on March 30 BC headed to Allan Hancock. Once again, BC men placed last out of eight teams with a team score of 402. Choi led the team with a score of 74.

COC took first place with a team score of 368. Jake Ledbetter of Santa Barbara City College took first place with a score of 68.

The BC men then traveled to play at San Dimas Golf Course on April 6.

The team placed last again out of eight teams with a team score of 432. Choi led the team with a score of 82.

Santa Barbara City College took first with a team score of 362.

The rest of the BC men’s team shot above 80 as well. Chamberlain shot an 86 and Browdy Carroll, Tal Pruett and Walter all shot an 88.

BC will be competing at Glendale on April 13, and will also be away competing on April 20.

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