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In golf tournaments Monday, Montgomery claimed the North Bay League trophy while Analy took the top prize in the Sonoma County League.

Those outcomes weren’t a surprise as the Vikings won their league regular-season title and the Tigers did the same in their conference.

Analy’s top five golfers finished with 432 strokes, 20 fewer than runner-up Healdsburg.

The Vikings had a larger winning margin as they tallied 414 compared to 450 for second place Casa Grande.

The NBL played at Rooster Run while the SCL teed it up at Windsor GC. Par was 72 at both courses.

Montgomery’s Carson Wyatt took medalist honors at the Petaluma course with a 76. The sophomore shot a 38-38 under windy conditions.

“It was tough out there,” he said. “The wind was making everyone adjust their shots.

“I feel pretty good about my score. Everything came together and it was my second-best round of the season.” He shot a 73 at Adobe.

In his round at Rooster Run, he had three birdies, eight pars and seven bogeys.

“I was really happy with my wedges,” Wyatt said. “That’s always been the shakiest part of my game and I had pretty good control throughout the round. I’ve been practicing and it paid off.”

Casa Grande’s Frank Gawronski had the second-best round with a 78. He was followed by teammate Lucas Happy (80), Montgomery’s Devin Becker (81), Windsor’s Nate Ortega (82), Maria Carrillo’s Jake Eastman (83) and Montgomery’s Rory Fette (83).

Four of the top 10 golfers played for Montgomery. In addition to Wyatt and Becker, there was Rory Fette (83) and Jared Friday (85). The fifth score used by the Vikings was Justin Peterich’s 89.

In the team standings, behind Montgomery and Casa Grande were Maria Carrillo (455), Cardinal Newman (471) and Windsor (479).

In the SCL Tournament, Pearson had to finish strong to earn the top spot.

“I was shaky in the middle of my round,” he said. “I was spraying the ball off the tee and my putting was off.”

Pearson began hitting the ball straight on the back nine and his putting also improved. The senior ended his round with seven consecutive pars.

Teammate Max Ringrose finished right behind him with a 78. Rounding out the top five were El Molino’s Trevor Schaap (79), Healdsburg’s Jona Holty (81) and El Molino’s Ryan Pamatmat (82)

Joining Pearson and Ringrose on the winning Analy team were Zane Hess (84), Calvin Metcalf (96) and Tanner Brown (97).

“Zane Hess has been the difference for us this year,” coach Jason Carpenter said. “After not playing last year, he’s been fantastic.”

Trailing Analy and Healdsburg in the team scores were El Molino (472), Petaluma (476) and Sonoma Valley (503).

The Tigers and Montgomery have qualified for the Tournament of Champions on May 16 at The Golf Club at Roddy Ranch in Antioch.

A number of other players from the NBL and SCL will be in action next Monday at either the Division 1 qualifier (San Ramon GC) or the Division 2 championship (Oakmont West).

See results for the North Bay League and Sonoma County League boys golf tournaments on page B6.

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