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Davis High once again is seeking candidates in an effort to fill its varsity baseball head-coaching position. A handful of other spring coaching vacancies also are there for the taking, according to DHS Athletic Director Jeff Lorenson.
In addition to baseball, varsity badminton, ninth-grade baseball and junior varsity girls lacrosse coaching positions are open and details can be accessed via the Davis Joint Unified School District’s job postings link at edjoin.com. Postings are updated daily.
Stonegate takes 7th
SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Finishing in the top 10 among all 18-under teams competing in this past week’s USTA Junior Nationals, Stonegate Tennis Academy’s 3-2 outing saw the team earn seventh place.
Cruising past the Northern Section squad, 5-0, Mika Hinton won STA’s female singles match (6-2, 6-5), while Connor Tang was tops at male singles (3-6, 6-2, 1-0). In doubles action, Robert Yang and Lingan won (6-3, 6-3) as did Lyna Jiang and Mei McConnell (6-5, 5-6, 1-0), while the mixed duo of Benin and Michaela Guenther also gutted out a mixed doubles win, 6-3, 5-6, 1-0.
Hinton was the lone victor for the locals in their second match. Against host club Austin Tennis Academy’s four-star recruit Alexandra Malysheva, she came out on top, 6-5, 6-5.
Ending things with to a two-set victory against Pennsylvania’s Radley Run in doubles play, Benin and Yang vanquished the representatives of the Middle States Section, 6-4, 6-1. Benin and Hinton’s mixed doubles pairing also topped Radley, 6-4, 6-4.
Coached by STA head pro Lukas Burger, the unit also received the USTA’s Best Banner Award. Each qualifying team designed a custom banner for the event’s opening ceremonies showcasing their section/region pride.
Ted Villanueva’s 69 captured the first-flight, low-gross title in the annual Davis Golf Club Turkey Shoot on Saturday. Sean Miller’s adjusted 61 won the net division.
Jorge Rivera, Randy Conner and Jim McCurry crowded the winner’s stand as all stood tall in the second-flight gross competition. Mike Pappa’s 64 took the the net prize.
Jerry Hallee continued his smart tournament golf, shooting a gross 78 for first place in the third flight. Dennis Silva and Dick Hale tied at 61 for that group’s 61.
For fourth-flight gross honors, Jon Adams held the gross trophy high after carding a 76. Dan Herrin, Glen Morris and John Rubio knotted in a first-place net tie.
Mario Landeros was first gross with a fifth-flight 81 while Dina Tinti returned a handicap 66 for the net victory.