The Falcons will have four players — Park, Cho, Sally Chun and Krizia Del Rosario — compete for the league individual championship. The 18-hole round, which will feature the league’s top 18 players, will begin at noon Tuesday at Brookside Golf Course No. 1.
Del Rosario had a 93 and Chun carded a 94. The cut was 96.
Crescenta Valley Coach Ken Johnson said the Falcons stayed focused throughout Wednesday’s round to capture their second consecutive league championship.
“We played well, even the girls who didn’t qualify,” Johnson said referring to Jennifer Choi (97) and Michelle Cho (99). “It’s game time now, and we need to really focus and we need to drop a few more strokes.”
Christine Cho won the league’s individual title last season, en route to being named the league’s most valuable player. Park will likely battle Cho for league supremacy, along with Amanda Keith of Burbank, Emily Tubert of Burroughs and Arcadia’s Jessica Lai.
There’s still work ahead for Cho and Park to accomplish, Johnson said.
“There are some good golfers, and I think Katie and Christine will be among the top six,” Johnson said. “I think they’ll be strong, and they can also advance to the [CIF Southern Section] Individual championships.
“What we can learn from Wednesday is to correct our mistakes and not repeat them. Course management will need to be even stronger Tuesday. Hopefully, we can keep our scores lower.”
Crescenta Valley, Arcadia and Burbank will then move on to participate in the CIF Southern Section Central Team Divisional, which will be held Oct. 29 at Menifee Lakes Country Club in Riverside County. The Falcons won the event last year at Yucaipa Valley Golf Club by seven strokes before placing 12th out of 16 teams at the CIF Southern Section Team Finals at Soule Park Golf Course in Ojai.