Jackson Rustand and Jake Myre came in with identical 3-over-par 38 rounds at Silverbell Monday to help Sabino hold off Mountain View 162 to 181.
The Sabercats would be one of the final teams to make the cut in Division II state playoffs but Mountain View appears to be too far out at this point. Ironwood Ridge and Salpointe are also within the D-II projected cut if the season ended this week.
Mountain View sophomore Gabe Sendlak and senior Kyle Wilson led the Mountain Lions and Amphitheater brought a pair of brothers to the match in Carlos and Ezra Dimas-Green.
1 Jackson Rustand, Sabino 38
1 Jake Myre, Sabino 38
3 Joey Herron, Sabino 42
4 Gabe Sendlak, Mountain View 44
4 Kyle Wilson, Mountain View 44
4 Francisco Aldan-Sablan, Sabino 44
7 Kiran Glenn, Mountain View 45
8 Andrew Hanauska, Mountain View 46
8 Caden Streeter, Mountain View 46
10 Colin Lynch, Mountain View 47
11 Griffin Wedman, Sabino 52
12 Carlos Dimas-Green, Amphitheater 67
13 Ezra Dimas-Green, Amphitheater 70
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