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Local boys named to PAL all-league golf team

Original post made by Team rep, Menlo Park: other, on Jun 2, 2007

The Peninsula Athletic League has announced their Bay Division All-League Boys 2007 Golf Team, which includes local residents Nick Sako (Soph, M-A), Riley Kriebel (Sr., Menlo), Jake Hall Toy (Jr., M-A), and Elliot Hume (Sr., M-A). Others named were Dash Lindsell and Matt Garcia of Burlingame. All-League honors are given to the players with the lowest scoring differential throughout the season who have participated in 5 or more division matches. M-A Sophomore Nick Sako was named 2007 PAL Golfer of the Year, posting the lowest scoring average (1.0 differential) in league history since records have been kept.

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