Crescenta Valley, which won its first Pacific League championship last season, finished with a 172. Hart, which hasn’t lost a match this season, finished tied for second with St. Joseph (176). Simi Valley placed fourth (184) and Agoura took fifth (187).
Cho and Park shots 36s, but Park won in a card off.
“We have a lot of players in our league that are good,” Park said. “We have a good team.
“[Playing in a tournament like this] gives you more confidence that I can shoot low scores.”
Park finished with four birdies, four bogeys and one par.
Cho, the reigning Pacific League Most Valuable Player, had one birdie, one bogey and seven pars.
“Everything was a little off with my chipping and putting,” said Cho, who chose Harvard on Wednesday night. “I think my course management helped.
“On my last hole, I got in on the green on my second shot and made a six-footer for par. It’s pretty exciting to play in a huge tournament with so many good schools around. I think it shows how good our team is.”
Crescenta Valley Coach Ken Johnson said the Falcons excelled in their short game.
“They shot well,” Johnson said. “I’ve been working with them on their putting and short game, and it seemed to work.”
Tubert, a sophomore, started her nine-hole round nicely by posting a birdie on the first hole. However, she bogeyed the second hole and uncharacteristically double-bogeyed the third hole before regrouping in time to make her run.
Tubert, who hit eight of her nine tee shots on the fairway, then finished the rest of her round with three birdies and three pars. That provided her some relief.
“I tried coming in not to have any expectations, but I made my round interesting,” said Tubert, who edged Cho when she made a 10-foot putt to notch a birdie on the final hole. “It’s a little intimidating with all of these good players here.
“I was very comfortable coming out here on a course that I know. I thought [the players in our league] did a good job. We had the top three players in our flight, so that shows something.”
The tournament, sponsored by the Magnolia Park Optimist Club, featured 20 schools and 112 participants. Twenty-eight teams competed in the event, which was won by Valencia last year.