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BADMINTON

The Petaluma badminton team lost a 13-2 match at Santa Rosa. Winners for the Trojans were the No. 1 boys team of Patrick Luster and Calvin Madaraming and the No. 1 girls doubles team of Amy Brazil and Sophia Gonzales.

BOYS GOLF

Petaluma High lost on its home course last week to Healdsburg, 228-264.

Healdsburg's Jona Holly blistered the Rooster Run course for a one-over-par 37 to lead the Greyhound win. Petaluma's Kyle Mederios shot a 45 and teammate Nick Mowers a 47.

BOYS TENNIS

Casa Grande couldn't handle Maria Carrillo on the Pumas' home court, losing, 5-2. Casa's No. 1 doubles team of Matt Juandy and Kenney Phan won, 1-6, 7-6, 13-11, in a tough match. The Gauchos other winner was No. 2 singles player Avnish Dighe.

defeated Stuart Horner, 7-5, 7-6.