STOCKTON, Calif. (Nov. 8, 2010) – Alameda High School claimed the NCGA/CIF High School Girls Championship with a strong 419 total that upended perennial power St. Francis of Sacramento by seven strokes.

Alameda was led by Grace Na’s two-over 74 as well as Carly Childs and NCGA Junior Champion Samantha Moyal’s 78s in the format that takes the top five of six individual scores.

Also qualifying for the state championship next week was third-place finisher Amador Valley, who carded a 443, 24 shots behind the champions.

The top six individual competitors, not on any of the top three teams, advanced to the California State Championship in Rancho Cucamonga, California at Red Hill Country Club on November 16, 2010. Leading the individuals was Hannah Suh of Evergreen Valley. The 2009 NCGA Junior Player of the Year fired a a one over 73 to defeat Grace Na by one stroke. Other qualifiers included Betty Chen of Castro Valley (75), Paige Lee of Granite Bay (76), Shawnee Martinez of Enochs (76), Mariko Tumangan of Pleasanton and Kelsey Ulep of Whitney (79).

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Qualifying high school teams compete as a team and individually to for a spot in the high school state championship. Event is played over 18 holes.

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