Northern California wins 10th Junior America's Cup
Sunday, July 29, 2012
Northern California edged British Columbia by five shots at the Junior America’s Cup to win the event for the 10th time. Northern California finished at 7-under 623 at BanBury Golf Club in Eagle, Idaho.
Northern California got a final-round boost from Justin Pagila, who shot 3-under 67. Pagila was the leading score for the the team in Round 2 also, shooting 66. He opened with even-par 70.
British Columbia was the only other team in the 17-team field to finish under par for 54 holes. They were at 2-under 628. Southern California was third at 3-over 633. Colorado and San Diego were tied for fourth further back, at 11-over 641.
In the individual competition, Southern California’s Rico Hoey shot 9-under 201 to beat Pagila by two shots. Hoey won the Callaway Junior World Championship earlier this month.
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