Monarch Dunes Me­mo­rial Breast Can­cer Golf Tour­na­ment raises $31,500

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NIPOMO

The re­cent Monarch Dunes Me­mo­rial Breast Can­cer Golf Tour­na­ment raised $31,500 for the Can­cer Care Fund at Ar­royo Grande Com­mu­nity Hos­pi­tal Foun­da­tion. The pro­ceeds from this re­cent golf tour­na­ment will help pro­vide can­cer pa­tients and sur­vivors in our lo­cal com­mu­nity with their im­me­di­ate ba­sic needs, such as clin­i­cal, fi­nan­cial and emo­tional sup­port, from di­ag­no­sis through­out treat- ment and re­cov­ery.

Thank you to the Monarch Dunes Golf Course staff, all tour­na­ment par­tic­i­pants and the many gen­er­ous spon­sors for once again mak­ing this a suc­cess­ful event.

MORRO BAY

Morro Bay High School grad­u­ate Cole Mauter has been named as the var­sity base­ball coach at Gil­roy High School.

Mauter, a sec­ond-year his­tory teacher at Gil­roy, was the Mus­tangs’ JV coach in 2018. He spent the 2017 base­ball sea­son as a JV as­sis­tant coach at Morro Bay.

A left­handed pitcher, Mauter red­shirted at Mon­terey Penin­sula Col­lege and then played two sea­sons with the Lo­bos. He was a two-time Lobo Award win­ner while at MPC.

He trans­ferred to the Univer­sity of Puget Sound in 2014, work­ing out of the bullpen for the North­west League School un­til grad­u­a­tion in 2016. Mauter earned a teach­ing cre­den­tial at Cal Poly in 2017, stu­dent teach­ing at Morro Bay.

“I am ex­cited about the en­ergy and en­thu­si­asm Coach Mauter will bring to the var­sity pro­gram. He has a lot of po­ten­tial to be­come a top-notch coach and take the base­ball pro­gram to the next level,” said Gil­roy High Prin­ci­pal Marco Sanchez.

Gil­roy High (17-11-1) made it to the sec­ond round of the CCS play­offs in 2018, com­pet­ing in the Mon­terey Bay Ath­letic League.

“It has been a very ex­cit­ing 12 months for me,” said Mauter. “Gil­roy has a rich base­ball past, and I look for­ward to adding to that rep­u­ta­tion.”

Gil­roy’s base­ball pro­gram in 2019 is ex­pected to in­clude fresh­man, JV, and var­sity squads. The school’s en­roll­ment is about 1,700 stu­dents.

COUR­TESY PHOTO

Mau­rine Min­nis, chair­man for the Monarch Dunes Me­mo­rial Can­cer Golf Tour­na­ment, presents a check in the amount of $31,500 to Mon­tisa Phe­lan Lopez, vice pres­i­dent of the Ar­royo Grande Com­mu­nity Hos­pi­tal Foun­da­tion.

Cole Mauter

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