The 2010 season didn't get off to the greatest of starts for the Marina High girls' golf team, but with just two matches remaining on its regular-season schedule, the Vikings are on the verge of completing a perfect Sunset League campaign.
Marina moved a step closer to a possible league championship Tuesday by scoring a 219-237 victory against host Fountain Valley at Mile Square Park Classic Course (par 36)
The win put the Vikings at 8-0 in league and 12-4 overall. They were sitting at .500 (3-3) early in the season before their turnaround.
"The girls are playing well right now," Marina Coach Jim Morris said. "They've been very focused. Winning has helped with that."
The Vikings lost three seniors — Ashley Greer, Chelsea Kasprowicz and Elizabeth Mulcahy — from last year's team that finished runner-up in the Sunset race to Newport Harbor.