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CIF Boys State Championship Stevenson School | Quail Lodge GC | June 5


50th Senior Net Championship Bob Pieroni, Bill Carle and Larry Fillmore | Del Monte GC | June 6-7


President Flight Bob Pieroni


Net 71-67–138 


Stevenson School State Champions Stevenson School (Pebble Beach) is tied for the most


NCGA/CIF Championships with five, but all of them came before the first State Championship was conducted in 2005. Nine years later, one of the best programs in Northern


California finally has a State Championship. Stevenson shot 13-over 368 at Quail Lodge GC in Carmel to sneak past Sunny Hills (Fullerton) by two shots and avenge two years of near misses. Stevenson finished second to Torrey Pines in 2010,


and third to champion Granite Bay and runner-up Foothill (Pleasanton) last year. “We’ve been so close the last two years and now


we finally did it,” said junior Seb Crampton, who led Stevenson with a 1-under 70. Stevenson is just the third Northern California school to win the title, joining Granite Bay (2012) and De La Salle (2006). De La Salle won the NCGA/CIF championship two


weeks earlier (its fourth title), but finished fifth at State, nine strokes back with a 377. Archbishop Mitty snuck into fourth at 376. Just two weeks earlier, both teams beat Stevenson, which snagged the last qualifying spot for State by finishing third at the NCGA/CIF Championships. Sunny Hills’ Jack Chung won the individual state title with a 5-under 66, beating Branson’s Miguel Del- gado by two. Crampton tied for fifth individually, while teammate


Drew Nelson tied for eighth with a 71. Sunny Yan (72), Michael Decker (76) and Nick Simmons (79) rounded out the team scoring to slip by Sunny Hills.


Quick Facts  FIELD AND FORMAT: Six teams, 18 individuals, 18 holes of stroke play


 INDIVIDUAL WINNER: Jack Chung of Sunny Hills, 5-under-par 66


 WINNING TEAM SCORE: 70-71-76-79-72–368 (13-over-par)  STATS OF SIGNIFICANCE: Stevenson won 11 times this season


 PREVIOUS CHAMPION: Granite Bay  UNTIL NEXT TIME: June 11, 2014


50 / NCGA.ORG / SUMMER 2013


NCGA Club: Morgan Creek GC


Years as an NCGA member:


37 


Dream foursome: My two daughters Angela and


Karen and my granddaughter Emily 


One word to describe yourself: Gregarious 


What does it mean to win your flight?


“It’s going to sound corny, but it’s a dream to win [an NCGA event]. I’ve been playing in these for [almost] 40


years and I’ve won a silver [medal] before and a


bronze, but never a gold.”


For complete results, including scorecards and photo galleries, visit the Tournament Central page of NCGA.org.


Director Flight Bill Carle


Net 67-62–129 


NCGA Club:


Harding Park GC 


Years as an NCGA member:


35 


Dream foursome: My two sons and


Jack Nicklaus 


One word to describe yourself: Lucky 


What does it mean to win your flight?


“It was fun. It was enjoyable to come out here with a bunch of friends and enjoy the camaraderie.”


Secretary Flight Larry Fillmore Net 65-62–127 


NCGA Club:


Shadow Lakes GC 


Years as an NCGA member:


25 


Dream foursome: Fred Couples,


Phil Mickelson and Johnny Miller 


One word to describe yourself: Fat, dumb and happy. 


What does it mean to win your flight?


“Now that’s a


one word answer: Awesome. I can’t express myself enough of how proud I am to be an NCGA member.”


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