Bosco Tech Golf Team Qualifies for CIF Divison Championships

by Karen Krynen

Rosemead

Don Bosco Technical Institute’s (Bosco Tech) varsity golf team has qualified for the CIF Team Division Championship to be held at Talega Golf Club in San Clemente on Monday, May 19.
The team defeated Bishop Amat Memorial High School’s varsity team 218 to 227 in the Del Rey League preliminaries on May 5 at the Rancho Park Golf Course in Los Angeles to take the top spot in the Del Rey League.
In addition, six of the team’s seven golfers individually qualified for the league finals to be held on May 8 at the Wilson Golf Course in Griffith Park. Out of five competing schools, the Bosco Tech team took six of only 16 spots available. They are: senior Alex Trinh (ranked first in the tournament), senior Alex Renzi, sophomore Justin Bohol, senior Andres Gonzalez 9, sophomore David Moreno, and senior David Rodriguez.
After Thursday’s competition, the top seven finishing golfers will be considered “first team all-league” and the top four will advance to the CIF Individual Regional Championship on May 12 at Skylinks Golf Course in Long Beach. The winner will be named league MVP.
“We’re so proud of our players,” said Claude LeBlanc, Bosco Tech varsity golf coach. “They have shown tremendous diligence and focus throughout the season. They have played extremely well as a team and strongly as individuals.”
Bosco Tech is an all-male Catholic high school that combines rigorous college-preparatory and innovative technological education. The science, engineering, technology and math (STEM) curriculum allows students to exceed university admission requirements while completing extensive integrated coursework in one of several applied science and engineering programs. For more information about Bosco Tech, call (626) 940-2000.

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