Progressive drive on the links for Jaguars

Patrick Loera

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The San Jose City College golf team continues to display promising results as the season reaches its halfway point.

“We’re a young team, but we’re improving doing much better,” head coach Donald Stagnaro said after placing second to Chabot at the Morgan Hill Tournament held at CordeValle course on March 25.

The six Jaguars shot 381 and SJCC golfer Jonnie Greco shot a 69 to become a medalist of the tournament. Greco is in fifth place in the Coast Conference-South, and may qualify for the state tournament if his strokes stay on par.

Despite the achievement in Morgan Hill, the Jaguars fell a couple places a week later in the San Jose City College Golf Tournament held at the Coyote Creek Golf Club in San Jose.

“We shot 379 as a team, finished 4th of the six teams,” Stagnaro said. “Brad Kettenberg was our low score of 73.”

Although the Jaguars golf team fell a couple places in San Jose, it has maintained a steady position among the leaders in the conference.
“They are improving every week,” Stagnaro said.

The SJCC golfers will have to postpone the Castle Oaks Tournament because of a schedule conflict.

The Jaguars will be on the green again for the Las Positas Tournament in Livermore on April 22 at 1:30 p.m.