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NCGA East Bay Junior: Final results

LIVERMORE, Calif. (Oct. 12, 2008) -- The NCGA Junior Tour made its East Bay stop at Poppy Ridge golf course today with three champions in each of the three divisions.

Bryson Dechambeau captured the Boys’ 14-18 division by three strokes with a final-round even-par 72.

The Clovis resident backed-up his first-round one-under-par 71 with birdies on 17 and 18 in the final round to claim the championship.

Despite four three-putts, Dechambeau managed to hold of NCGA Junior Tour-Sacramento Champion Stephen Jahnke to nail the East Clovis HS player’s best finish of the season.

Jahnke of San Jose fired a two-over-par 74 to finish at 146 in second place, while Pittsburgh’s Tyler Archer posted a 76 to claim third at three-over-par 147.

In the Boys’ 12-13 division, Justin Pagilla maintained his overnight lead to claim the championship with a final-round 69. The round included a three-under-par front-nine in windy conditions to finish at three-under-par 141 for the tournament.

Christopher Petefish of Danville, currently fifth on the NCGA Junior Rankings, posted 73-71 to finish at even-par and claim second place. Clayton’s Nicolo Galletti finished one stroke back in third with a 71.

In the Girls’ division, Hannah Suh of San Jose secured the championship with a final-round one-under-par 71. Suh finished two strokes clear of second place winner Kelsey Ulep of Sacramento who carded a 75 for a nine-over-par 153 total. Casie Cathrea of Livermore fired a 78 to take third at ten-over-par 154. The NCGA Junior Tour continues at Hunter Ranch with the South Coast Championship on October 25-26.

--Courtesy NCGA

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ABOUT THE NCGA Junior Tour Fall Series IV

Open tournaments for all players who have joined the NCGA Junior Tour. The NCGA Junior Tour is for boys and girls of at least 12 years of age and no older than 18 years of age. Eighteen-year-old players are eligible until they have graduated from high school and started college. Players in these tournaments will be grouped by age. There will be three age groups for the boys and two for the girls. The age groups for the boys will be 12-13, 14-15 and 16-18. For the girls the groups will be 12-15 and 16-18.

Note: The NCGA Junior Championship and the Northern California Junior Players Championship do not require membership in the NCGA Junior Tour.

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