Ethan Jernigan (Jr.) was the man of the day shooting a personal best +10, 46. This is by far and away the best Jernigan has ever shot for the Knights in a season and a half. David White (Jr.) led the Knights and the meet with a 42, +6 to win medalist for the meet. Jernigan finsihed second, and Angel Santos (So.) finished 4th overall. Jernigan started the round by paring the first 2 holes and had 4 pars on the day. This was another personal best.
Jacob Bauer (Fr.) has continually improved throughout the year and shot a good round that was hindered by 2 bad holes. He got in some trouble on the 5th and 6th holes, did not recover out of the desert, however, for 7 of the 9 holes looked the best he has this year. As a freshman, just starting to golf this year competitively Coach Degerman has been very impressed with his work ethic and his progression during the season. We are looking for some major drops in scores in the coming weeks. Anthony Daniels (Sr.) started with some good scores but one disatorious hole had him ending his round with a +22 and one of his worst scores on the year.
As a team, the boys led by White and Jernigan shot the best overall team score by 24 strokes and won the meet by over 70 strokes.
The Knights will look to continue their success in a match up of teams ranked right next to each other. Kofa Kings are rated one spot ahead of the Knights heading into Thursday. The Knights will travel to Yuma to take on the Kings on Thursday afternoon.