Teddy Vigna and Denver Douglas tied for medalist honors Thursday, each shooting even-par 71 at Glen Annie to pace Dos Pueblos to a 360-455 win over Nordhoff for the first match in a home-and-away series.

The Chargers’ 360 score — just five over par as a team — bested the previous school record of 364, set earlier this year.

Laith Reynolds and Scott Nightingale each shot 72 for Dos Pueblos, and Colt Roberts weighed in with a 74.

“The boys talked about how today’s conditions were perfect, and the course has really dried out well since the rains,” Dos Pueblos coach Kevin Ahlers said.

Vigna started the round 4-over through three holes, “and was able to refocus and finish with an even 71 on the round,” Ahlers said. “His highlight was shooting eagle on the drivable par 4 hole 12.”

“It has been very exciting watching everyone play well on the same day,” Ahlers said. “The boys decided before the match to try to stay focused all round for every shot, and it really paid off.”

Douglas bounced back from a tough round last match to score par, and Nightingale “was crushing his driver today, and that really really gave him an advantage on his approach shots,” Ahlers said.

Laith Reynolds round was his personal best in a high school match, and Roberts “has been working hard during practices and it is nice to see him get rewarded with great scores.”

The Chargers improve to 6-1 overall. They are 3-0 in Channel League play, and host Rio Mesa at Glen Annie on Tuesday for a league match.

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Dennis Moran, Noozhawk Correspondent

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