Torrey Pines High School football gala a big hit

Auction chairman Lynn Bath, Terri Ashby, Nina Detrow, Gretchen Jimenez

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The 16th annual Torrey Pines High School Football Golf Classic was held June 20 at the Fairbanks Ranch Country Club in Rancho Santa Fe.  In addition to a day of golf, the event featured a dinner auction and wine tasting. Jeff Detrow of the popular radio team ”Jeff and Jer” was master of ceremonies and KUSI’s Emmy-winning sportscaster Paul Rudy the auctioneer.  TPHS alum Jeff Fargo and his wife, Bernadette, chaired this year’s event which was sponsored by the TPHS Foundation.  Photos: Jon Clark

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