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The Times' Rankings

Final top 10 rankings of boys' golf teams in the Southland:

June 21, 2003|Peter Yoon

1. SAN MARCOS

(17-1, SS-Central Coast)

Appeared vulnerable early but won third consecutive Southern Section title and finished fourth at CIF-SCGA championship.

2. RIVERSIDE POLY

(13-0-1, SS-Eastern)

Won Eastern Division by 15 strokes but came up two strokes short of section title. Runner-up finish was best since winning 1976 championship.

3. CERRITOS

(18-0, SS-Central)

Advanced to CIF-SCGA finals for first time and finished as runner-up. Suburban League champions averaged 190 during regular season.

4. HUNTINGTON BEACH

(17-0, SS-Southern)

Southern Division champions were undefeated in difficult Sunset League. Finished second among 108 teams in Myrtle Beach national tournament.

5. MURRIETA VALLEY

(14-4, SS-Desert)

Tied for fifth at section finals after finishing second at Desert Divisional. Won share of title in competitive Southwestern League.

6. LOYOLA

(16-2, SS-Northern)

Lost last two regular-season matches and finished second in Mission League. Rallied to win Northern Division title, then tied for fifth at section finals.

7. WOODBRIDGE

(18-0, SS-South Coast)

Biggest surprise this season was when Warriors finished third at South Coast Divisional and missed advancing to section finals by one stroke.

8. DIAMOND BAR

(15-3, SS-Southern)

Return of top player Daniel Cho from academic probation transformed Brahmas from Sierra League runner-up to fourth-place finishers in Southern Section.

9. PALM DESERT

(13-5, SS-Eastern)

Second in Eastern Divisional and tied for eighth in section finals in last hurrah for retiring coach Tim Kabeary.

10. GAHR

(16-0, SS-Central)

Cruised to San Gabriel Valley League title, won Central Divisional and tied for eighth at Southern Section finals.

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