"My driver was really working today," she said after the event. "I was averaging 270-280 yard drives. I stayed in the fairway and had great up and downs."
Ontiveros' score card had five impressive birdies and an eagle on the 13th hole. She plays as the No. 1 golfer on the Monte Vista High School team, which has taken a trophy home from this event each of the past years. As far as regular league play, Monte Vista remains undefeated and has eyes on winning this year's East Bay Athletic League and having another return shot at being state champions.
The Fall Classic event features high school golfers from all over Northern California. Several teams made the trip sending their best six players to try for one of the coveted trophies. Castro Valley High School won the event, and Monte Vista High School placed second.