The Bee's Spring All-Stars: Boys Golf First Team, Honorable Mentions

The Fresno BeeJuly 2, 2014 

Clovis West High's Jeffrey Yamaguchi hits out of a bunker as Clovis' Cody Avila watches during a Tri-River Athletic Conference golf match at Sunnyside Country Club on April 24, 2014.

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FIRST TEAM

JUSTIN AVERY

Vitals: Senior, Buchanan

Scorecard: Three-time Bee All-Star averaged 76.5 while making All-Tri-River Athletic Conference. Next: Fresno State.

CHARLIE CHAPMAN

Vitals: Junior, Bullard

Scorecard: County/Metro Athletic Conference Most Valuable Player averaged 74 for prep season and won the Len Ross-Fresno City Amateur by firing a 1-over 72 at San Joaquin Country Club.

MICHAEL CLIFF

Vitals: Freshman, Fresno Christian

Scorecard: West Sequoia League champ tied for sixth in the Central Section North Area Tournament, placed fourth in the section individual tournament with a 3-over 75 at Riverbend Golf Course and was the only freshman among 22 section representatives to qualify for the Southern California Regional.

SEAN DUCKERING

Vitals: Senior, Buchanan

Scorecard: Three-time Bee All-Star and 2013 Player of the Year was named Co-Most Valuable Player in the TRAC with a 73.4 average. Left-hander placed third in the North Area (74) and tied for seventh in the section individual tournament (77). Next: PGA College in Carlsbad.

TRENT NISHIMURA

Vitals: Senior, Clovis West

Scorecard: Part-time varsity player as a junior blossomed to the point of being named Co-MVP of the Tri-River Athletic Conference, averaging 75.60 for the season and helping lead the Golden Eagles to league, North Area and section Division I championships.

LOGAN O'MALLEY

Vitals: Senior, Central

Scorecard: Remarkably consistent postseason saw him tie for seventh in the North Area (76) and section individual tournament (77), assist Central's D-II title (76) and tie for 21st in the SoCal Regional (74).

LANE PULLIAM

Vitals: Freshman, Hanford

Scorecard: Established a promising duel with Fresno Christian's Cliff on the section level in the next three years by earning West Yosemite League Low Medalist of the Year with a 71 average while leading the Bullpups to their first conference title in 26 years -- featuring eight birdies in a 66 at Valley Oaks Golf Course -- and winning the 14-15 age division of the Len Ross-Fresno City Junior Amateur.

RIDER ROCHIN

Vitals: Senior, Woodlake

Scorecard: Repeat Bee All-Star captured the D-III title with a 3-under 69 at Lemoore Golf Course, tied for seventh in the section individual tournament (77) and shot 75 in the SoCal Regional.

KYLE STEWART

Vitals: Sophomore, Clovis North

Scorecard: His school's representative in the Hugh O'Brian Leadership Conference, he placed second in the North Area (72), tied for seventh in the section individual tournament (77) and fired a 76 in the SoCal Regional.

JAMES TREVINO

Vitals: Senior, Clovis West

Scorecard: Was named Co-MVP of the TRAC as a freshman and remained an impact player through his final season, averaging 74.57 and making The Bee's All-Star team for the fourth time. He shot a 2-under 70, leading the Golden Eagles to the D-I title at Taft's Mifflin-Buena Vista Golf Course. Next: Saint Mary's.

JEFFREY YAMAGUCHI

Vitals: Senior, Clovis West

Scorecard: Four-time Bee All-Star averaged 75.33, tied for seventh in the section individual tournament (77) and scored a team second-best 74 in the Eagles' title flight at Taft.

HONORABLE MENTION

• Conner Chuhlantseff, senior, Memorial

• Hunter Forner, senior, Mt. Whitney

• Drake Jones, freshman, Dinuba

• Zack Mikus, junior, Clovis West

• Brandon Page, junior, Clovis North

• Colton Phillips, sophomore, Monache

• Dakota Rhea, sophomore, Redwood

• Chandler Vanelswyk, senior, Central

• Parth Verma, sophomore, El Diamante

The reporter can be reached at aboogaard@fresnobee.com or @beepreps on Twitter.

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