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Suzuki, Ng lead Canlubang winners

Shinichi Suzuki and Reese Allyson Ng topped their respective divisions in the Christmas Junior Golf Invitational held at the Canlubang Golf and Country Club in Laguna Thursday.

Suzuki, a member of the Manila Southwoods team that won the Am-Championship division in the recent 72nd Fil-Am Invitational in Baguio City, made seven birdies against two bogeys to shoot a five-under-par 67 and capture the boys’ 13-14 division.

He finished six shots ahead of Chase Pascual with Tristan Jefferson and Patrick Gene Tambalque tying for third place on 74 apiece.

Ng stamped her class in the girls’ 13-18, firing a 72 to beat Julianna Go by five shots. Gabie Rosca came in third with 78.

In the boys’ 15-18, Rico Daniel See edged Santino Pineda and Sean Young by three shots after turning in a 72.

The other division winners were Precious Zaragosa in the girls’ 9-12, Emil Hernandez in the boys’ 11-12, Jacob Casuga in the boys’ 9-and-under, and Venus delos Santos in the girls’ 8-and-under.
The complete results:

8-and-under: Venus de los Santos 72, Georgina Handog 76, Luis Espinosa 79, Casedy Chime Cuenca 89, Kenzo Gavin Tan 91, Kelly Robyn Ng 96, Sophie Ysabeau Villaroman 119

Boys’ 9-and-under: Jacob Casuga 81, Race Phoenix Manhit 81, Javier Bautista 88, Gerard Handog 89, Lujo Gomez 91, Inigo Matteo Gallardo 99, Sean Jared Ng 105

Boys’ 11-12: Emil Hernandez 75, Scott Nicholas Ng 80, Kai Lacson 84, Andres Dancel 95, Rocco Buser 97, Lucas Garcia 101, Matthias Espina 103, Rafael Hernandez 103

Girls’ 9-12: Precious Zaragosa 74, Levonne Talion 81, Kelsey Bernardino 96, Tiffany Bernardino 98, Maria Althea Banez 104, Samarah Clare Torres 109, Amanda Ynson 110, Angelie Nicole Chua 117, Ljie Lequin 123

Boys’ 13-14: Shinichi Suzuki 67, Chase Pascual 73, Tristan Jefferson Padilla 74, Patrick Gene Tambalque 74, Bien Luis Fajardo 75, Alexander Crisostomo 76, Gabriel Handog 77, Charles Serdenia 79, Chaz Limketkai 83, Rafael Deen See 84, Kyle Ynson 98, Grant Travis Wong 108, Alejandro Arabia 117, Eduardo Ramos 117

Boys’ 15-18: Rico Daniel See 72, Santino Pineda 75, Sean Young 75, Joshua Buenaventura 79, Jacob Chua 80, Timothy Clark Co 80, Javi Lazatin 83, Zach Villaroman 84, Dominic Marcel Villamor 87, Nathan Ynson 89, Matthew Chua 91, Manolo Alfonso Reyes 96, Luigi Francis Dy 97, Tristan Chase Uy 99, Andrew Josh Chua 100, Ethan Yap 125

Girls’ 13-18: Reese Allyson Ng 73, Julianna Go 77, Gabie Rosca 78, Rafa Anciano 91, Casey Frankum 94, Maria Montserrat Lapuz 94, Annika Sophia Chua 95, Maria Angelica Banez 104, Adrienne Tyrene Manhit 104, Bianca Chua 110, Alexa San Gabriel 111, Maisy Tang 120.

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