Team-wise, Hart came in first at 402, followed by West Ranch at 410 and Valencia at 412. Saugus was in fourth with a 434 and Golden Valley was in fifth with 460. No score was submitted for Canyon. Hart’s performance gave it a boost in the overall team standings. The Indians jumped out to a 21-stroke lead over the second-place Wildcats. “It definitely helps for just comfort reasons, but we still have one more match,” Scheller said. “You never know what could happen.” The top three overall individual spots, on the other hand, aren’t so clear cut. Murray is currently in first at 297. Behind him is Scheller at 300 and Thompson comes in at 301. “Thursday is going to be a wonderful day,” Lindberg said. “You’ve got three or four boys that are within three or four strokes of each other. “Anything can happen on Thursday. It just takes one player to shoot low, and they’ll come out as a league champion.” Newhall Cup play resumes on Thursday at TPC Valencia.
Boys golf: Top 3 teams after Day 1 of the Newhall Cup:— Signal Sports (@SignalSports) April 26, 2017
1⃣ Hart (402)
2⃣ West Ranch (410)
3⃣ Valencia (412)