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84th Junior Championship Corey Pereira & Samantha Hutchison | Spyglass Hill | July 8-9


Northern California Junior Players Championship Tyler Collier & Mabel Wong | Rancho Canada | July 10-11


Corey Pereira and Samantha Hutchison A year after falling short in a playoff, Corey Pereira


captured the elusive and prestigious NCGA Junior Cham- pionship title. Last year, Pereira finished the 36-hole event tied for first


before losing in a playoff to Taylor Bromley. This year, Pereira raced out to impressive rounds of 4-under-par 68 and 3-under-par 69 at daunting Spyglass Hill GC before closing with a 3-over-par 75 to win the 54-hole tournament by a stroke over Andrej Bevins. “It feels great to actually get it done this year,” said


Cameron Park’s Pereira, who was co-medalist of the California State Amateur earlier this summer. “I didn’t play so well in the final round, but I just went through my process and kept hitting good shots.” In the Girls Championship, Samantha Hutchison


entered the final round of the 36-hole tournament tied with Amanjoty Sangha at 75, but her final-round 77 was enough to win the event by two strokes. “My heart was racing,” said Hutchison of having the lead down the stretch. “I was nervous but I pulled through.”


Quick Facts  FIELD AND FORMAT: Boys 14-18–84 boys; 54 holes


of stroke play; cut after 36 holes with 38 players advancing; Boys 13 and under, 36 holes of stroke play; Girls–25 girls; 36 holes of stroke play.


 FLIGHT WINNERS: Boys 16-18–Pereira; Boys 14-15– Joshua Sedeno; Boys 13 and under–Lucas Carper


 PREVIOUS CHAMPIONS: Taylor Bromley and Lauren Kim  UNTIL NEXT TIME: July 7-8, 2014 at Spyglass Hill GC


Mabel Wong and Tyler Collier


Tyler Collier edged Shintaro Ban and Cody Riecks by a point in the fun and popular modified Stableford scoring format for the overall boys title. Mabel Wong beat Jessica Fore by four points to clinch the overall girls’ title—her second in three years. The tournament, which is in its seventh year, awards


players eight points for eagles, four points for birdies, two points for pars and one point for bogeys. Collier finished with 89 points after rounds of 43 and 46. Wong finished with 80 points after rounds of 37 and 43. Ban finished first in the boys 15-17 flight after surviv- ing a four-hole sudden-death playoff against Riecks. Ryan Slater also beat Robert Briggs in a playoff to win first in the boys 14-15 flight at 83 points. Ryan Grauman took first in the boys 12-13 flight at 80 points. Fore took first in the girls 15-17 flight, while Jessica Lup won the girls 12-14 flight at 75 points.


Quick Facts  FIELD AND FORMAT: Modified Stableford scoring  PREVIOUS CHAMPIONS: Andrew Bonner and Anna Zhou


 UNTIL NEXT TIME: July 9-10, 2014 at Rancho Canada GC


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


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