Redlands golf

The Redlands High boys’ golf team, from left, led by standouts such as Cameron Cress, Trevor Hernandez, Liam Hartling, Brendan Hartling and Marshall Berry went unbeaten in league for the third consecutive year.

The Redlands High boys’ golf team recently completed a tremendous season, going unbeaten in Citrus Belt League play for the third consecutive year.  

Liam Hartling, Kamron Hopson, Brendan Hartling, Jaden Wee, Trevor Hernandez, and Cameron Cress were the Terriers’ top players.  

“It was awesome,” said Terrier coach Mark Hopson, the father of Kamron.

“It was a great season for the boys. When they needed to play well in league, they did.”  

Hartling had the low score in the CBL individual tournament with 143. Hopson was second with 152, and Hernandez took sixth with 156.  

Redlands then advanced to the CIF-Southern Section Division 1 championships.

The Terriers finished 15th out of 20 teams. Palm Desert won the competition but was later disqualified and Corona Del Mar was handed the title.  

“We won Division 4 and they bumped us up to D1,” Mark Hopson said. “So why not?”   

Hartling, Hernandez, and Kamron Hopson were scheduled to compete in the Southern California Golf Association tournament in Pasadena on Thursday, May 26 (too late for publication).  

Hartling was scheduled to compete in the Southern California Golf Association tournament in Pasadena on Thursday, May 26 (too late for publication).