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LIHU‘E — James Pratt of Lihu‘e shot a two-day 215 (105-110) to finish third in the Boys 11-12 division at the 2013 Junior Tour Series, 14 and Under – Kaua‘i, Sunday afternoon at the Princeville Makai Golf Club.
Niki Slater Upson of Princeville fired a two-day 224 (111-113) to fill in the fourth berth of the division which was won by Taylor John McGerity of Honolulu who finished with a one-under par 145 (75-70) followed by Jordan Terada of Kahului, Maui who cared a 170 (86-84). The Boys 11-12 division played a Par 73, 5,365 yards at the Princeville Makai Golf Club.
Two other Kaua‘i Junior Golfers, Rilen Loo of Lihu‘e and A.J. Apalla, also of Lihu‘e, filled in the No. 6 and 7 spots of the Boys 13-14 division which played a Par 72, 6,269 yards.
Loo fired a 176 (83-93) and Apalla finished with a 194 (96-98) in the division won by Justin Arcano of Wailuku, Maui who shot a two-under par 142 (71-71).
Remington Hirano (78-79) of Honolulu and Trevor Arashiro (77-80), also of Honolulu, tied for second place with a 157. John Kaylan Dumo of Wailuku, Maui finished fourth in the division at 165 (80-85) and Acey Yanagishita of Honolulu ended fifth at 174 (90-84).
Lana Calibuso-Kwee of Wailuku, Maui topped the Girls 7-10 division with a 162 (82-80) followed by Kaylee Akagi of Mililani, O‘ahu who carded a 189 (97-92) and Minny Byun of Honolulu who finished with a 190 (97-93). The girls played a Par 73, 5,365 yards.
Milburn Ho of Honolulu finished with a 160 (82-78) to top the Girls 11-12 division, six strokes ahead of Sara Keppel, also of Honolulu, who finished with a 166 (80-86). The girls played a Par 73, 5,365 yards.
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