Boys – Golf

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SCHS BOYS GOLF TEAM STANDINGS BY YEAR
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The league started as the CCAL or Coast Counties Athletic League. The larger schools formed the A league and the smaller schools were normally in the B league. This changed back and forth during the years, which are not dealt with here. One can find that information at the top of each all sports coverage by years section.

By 1965 the league felt that MBL Monterey Bay League would be a better or more appropriate name for the league and it was changed.

In 1972 the MBL grew too large for one league, so the league was divided into the North Division, Santa Cruz County schools in one league and Monterey and San Benito county schools in the South Division.

In 1976, the schools in Santa Cruz county thought their league would be more appropriately called, the Santa Cruz County Athletic League and at this time the leagues were split off. Monterey and San Benito county schools retained the MBL or Monterey Bay League name.

Since golf comes at the end of the school year and normally does not get much press, we were not able to get a lot of information on the seasons records. (Therefore we are listing just the years we have the final records for.)

YEAR, LEAGUE RECORD, PLACE, OTHER
1939 Second
1941 Champs NCS and STATE
1942 Champs
1946 Champs
1947 Champs
1948 Fourth
1949 Third
1951 Champs
1952 Champs
1953 Second
1955 Champs
1967 6-8
1969 3-5
1975 4-7-1 Fifth 6-11-1 overall
1976 Fourth
1977
1978 5-5 Third
1987 2-10
1989 Third Two golfers competed in the CCS playoffs
1990 2-10
1991 Second CCS Finals placed seventh out of eight teams
1992 4-8
1993
1994
1995
1996 Fifth
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
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