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Calif. Women's Am: Yin, Cathrea to play for title
CARMEL, Calif. (Nov. 9, 2012) -- Angel Yin of Arcadia, the 2010 Champion, see-sawed her way through the semi-final match against Callista Ringsby of Colorado, to reach the final round. Tied at the turn, Ringsby birdied 11 to go 1-up, but gave it back on 13 with a bogey. Yin claimed 14 with a birdie, then lost 15 with a bogey. Yin won the tough 17th with a par. Both parred 18 giving Yin a narrow 1-up victory. Her barrage of 5 birdies defeated Yoonhee Kim of San Ramon 7&6 in the quarters.

Finalist Casie Cathrea of Livermore, the 2009 Champion, fought off Renata Young of Antioch, coming back from a 3-down deficit after 5 holes, to win 2up on 18. She fired back-to-back birdies on 6 and 7 only to lose one to Young's 50 foot birdie putt on 9. Young found the hazard on 10 to lose a notch. After halving the next 2 holes, Young slipped in a bogey on 13 to square the match. Renata took 15 with a par when Cathrea's overly aggressive third shot flew into the hazard. Young proceeded to bogey 16,17 and 18 to hand Cathrea the victory.

"It's awesome to make the final again. I really want to win it again before I go off to college." In her morning quarter final match, Cathrea downed Lucy Li of Redwood Shores by a margin of 5 & 3, posting 3 birdies on the front nine and holding par on the back. Cathrea will have to get by Yin in a 36 hole showdown to make her dream come true. They will tee it up at 8am in the 46th Annual Californina Women's Amateur Championship at Quail Lodge GC. Spectators are welcomed.

Previously reported:

CARMEL, Calif. (Nov. 9, 2012) -- Top seed Angel Yin advanced to the semifinals at the 2012 California Women's Amateur at Quail Lodge.

Yin moved forward with a resounding 7-and-6 victory over Yoonhee Kim Friday.

In the semifinals, Yin will face Calista Ringsby, who earned the fourth seed before defeating Sandy Woodruff to advance in quarterfinal action.

No. 2 Casie Cathrea also advanced, defeating Lucy Li 5-and-3. Cathrea will take on Renata Young, who upset No. 3 Lynne Cowan in 19 holes.

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