The Alameda Junior Golf Club season continued July 12 with another event at the Chuck Corica Golf Complex.
Nathan Moore won the boys’ 16- to 18-year-old division with a 73. Jason Ravetti shot a 75 for second place, while Thomas Flynn shot a 76 to round out the top three.
Marcus Young won the 14-15 division with a 76. He beat out Henry Lambert (78) and Nicholas Ferry (82). Lumumba Loggins posted a 78 to win the 12-13 division. He won with a wide margin. Cooper Gunning shot an 87 for second place, while Jake Fox shot a 100.
Sonia Kwak shot a tournament-low net 69 to win the Alameda Women’s Golf Club’s net tournament event held July 13 on the Earl Fry Course.
Kwak competed in the second flight among golfers with a 27-to-30 handicap. Linda Ferrill finished second in the flight with a net 71. Bonnie Kim posted a net 76 for third place, while Denise Gasti shot a net 81 for fourth place. Diane Hughes rounded out the top five with a net 82.
Jean Cho won the Alameda Women’s Golf Club July Charm event after shooting a net 70 last Thursday, July 6, on the Earl Fry Course.
Cho played in the fourth flight among golfers with a 35 to 38 handicap. Cho fought off competition from Kay Park who shot a net 71 in the flight. Ann Ching rounded up the top three with a net 73.
Tai Chewpanich won the first flight — handicap of 11 to 22 — with a net 72. Chewpanich ran away with the flight. Her next closest competitor was Jenny Bae who shot a net 80. Chewpanich also had the lowest gross score at an overall 83.
The Alameda Attack girls high school lacrosse team won its third-straight Northern California Junior Lacrosse Association (NCJLA) championship May 21 at Patelco Fields in Pleasanton.
The team defeated the San Jose Extreme 12-6 to secure the “three-peat.” No NCJLA team has ever won three straight championships. Alameda advanced to the finals after beating Morgan Hill in the playoffs the weekend before.