Galvin represents boys’ golf in CCS finals

May 14, 2014 — by Arman Vaziri

Boys' golf completes another great season at CCS.

The six starters on the boys’ golf team competed against the best teams in the area during CCS at Rancho Cañada in Monterey on May 7 and had mixed results. 
On the positive side, No. 1 player senior Christian Galvin shot one of the best scores of the day of one under par 70 and advanced to CCS finals as an individual.
As a team, though, the Falcons, with a total score of 419, just missed out on advancing. 
“This was an amazing year for the team,” Galvin said. “CCS didn’t go quite as planned but it was still a great season that the remaining players can build on for next year.”
Despite the team’s failure to advance, Galvin was one of the top nine individuals to advance to CCS finals on May 13. With a round of 71, Galvin was tied as the fourth highest individual player.
“I was the first group done so I had more than two hours to wait in anticipation as to whether or not I would make it or if there would be a playoff,” Galvin said. 
Galvin became involved in a four-man playoff, lost by one and did not advance to the NorCal tournament. 
“I had many opportunities to shoot one lower than I did and make it but that wasn’t the case,” Galvin said. 
Although he did not advance, Galvin says he is still pleased with the round and will dedicate his time to preparing for college golf at Loyola Marymont, where he hopes to walk on to the team.
“Now I have to try to find the positives from the round and apply myself to my practice and try to walk on to play D1 golf,” Galvin said. 
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