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More than 90 participants teed off in the Sacramento Area Youth Golf Junior Tournament on April 2 at Alta Sierra Country Club.

Cameron Rappleye won the overall boys championship, playing in the 14-15 year old division, after shooting a 74 and winning a playoff match. Tiffany Dong was the overall girls champion, firing a round of 79 in the 12-14 year old division.

Other results included:

Boys 16-18

1. Ryan Hallisey 78 (won playoff), 2. Kamden Brakel 78, 3. Jeremy Green 80 (won playoff), 4. Kevin Lucas 80.

Boys 14-15

1. Adam Dickey 74, 2. Grant Rappleye 76 (won playoff), 3. Blake Andrus 79.

Boys 12-13

1. Blake Odaiyer 75, 2. Joel Slak 80, 3. Taylor Lowe 81 (won playoff), 4. Sky Mills 81.

Girls 15-18

1. Candace Chan 81, 2. Brittany Beltran 84 (won playoff), 3. Christina Stockton 84 (2nd in playoff), 4. Brooke Green 84.

Girls 12-14

1. Kristine Odaiyer 100, 2. Kercia Brakel 102, 3. Ellie Maniery 112.

Penn Valley golfer places in Brentwood

Penn Valley’s Joe Mortara teamed up with Santa Cruz’ Eddie Duino to take ninth place in the NorCal PGA Senior Pro-Scotch Tournament on March 31at Brentwood Golf Club in Brentwood.

Duino and Mortara combined for a 27-hole totla of 101.

Three teams tied for first place with score of 98, including Jerry Thormann (Sunken Gardens GC) and Mike Paul (Washoe County GC); Al Krueger and Steve Bjerke (both of Roundhill CC); and Neil Hamilton and Dave Parsons (both of Benicia).

Holes in one

u Jim Travis of Sacramento scored a hole in one at DarkHorse Golf Club on April 9. Travis used a 7-iron to ace the 159-yard No. 16. Jim Baker, Scott Davis and Les Derania witnessed the feat.

u Charles “Chuck” Frevele of Grass Valley found the bottom of the cup for a hole in one on DarkHorse Golf Club’s 210-yard No. 3 on April 5. Frevele used a 5-wood to accomplish the feat, which was witnessed by Joyce Watson.

u Walt McClure of Grass Valley used a Callaway steel head 5-wood to ace Alta Sierra Country Club’s 172-yard third hole on March 30. McClure said he hit a high shot, 10 feet into the green, that rolled 27 feet into the front of the cup.

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