Keyser misses cut

November 16, 2012 

Yosemite High School golf standout Jorday Keyser shot a 79 on Nov. 8 at The CIF Southern Sectionals at The Golf Club at Rancho Murietta by Temcula, missing the cut to advance to the state tournament.

Keyser finished in the top 50 out of 124 competitors from throughout Central and Southern California in the tournamentof

This was the last torunament for the four-time North Sequoia League Most Valuable Player. She has made a verbal commitment to play on a partial scholarship at the University of Nevada, Reno next year.

Qualifying for state took a score of 72. A Stockdale High School of Bakersfield player shot 75 and a Hanford High player shot 77. All other valley golfers shot 80 or over.

"Jordan played ok but she would be the first to say she did not play her best game at the sectional," said YHS golf coach Reg Turner. "She has played to par many times, but on this day she did not bring her 'A' game."

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