Salpointe standout Albert Quihuis to play golf for Pima; Landyn Lewis joins Aztec coaching staff

Albert Quihuis. (family photo)

Salpointe standout Albert Quihuis signed on to play golf Pima in the spring. Quihuis helped lead the Lancers to three straight top eight finishes at state with his personal best coming in 2018 when he was the top finisher from Southern Arizona with a No. 13 spot in the Division II playoffs.

Former Tucson High standout Landyn Lewis will also serve the Aztecs as an assistant coach to Marcus Smith. Lewis played golf for Pima after high school.


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