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Sangha finishes fifth at CCS
October 30, 2013, 05:00 AM Daily Journal Staff Report

San Mateo’s Aman Sangha, who won the Peninsula Athletic League championship for the second year in a row last week, shot a 1-over 72 to finish in fifth place at the Central Coast Section championship at Rancho Cañada West in Carmel and qualify for the Northern California tournament.

She was the only player from the PAL to qualify for NorCals. Aragon’s Kelly Fang, who was runner up to Sangha last week, was just two shots back, finishing with a 74, good for a tie for seventh place. Sangha’s teammate, Lisa Sasaki, shot a 76 to tie for 14th. Sasaki was fourth at the PAL tournament last week.

Menlo’s Jesse Rong also shot a 76 to tie with Sasaki and and Willow Glen’s Sterling Hawkins.

PAL team champion, Aragon, finished ninth in the team standings, shooting a 441, finishing ahead of Mitty and Santa Catalina.

Palo Alto’s Michelle Xie won the individual championship, finishing with a 2-under 69 and her won the team title, finishing with a score of 391.

 

 

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