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CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY — Ralph Rian Batican supplied the firepower while Alethea Gaccion provided the drama as the JGFP Pueblo de Oro Junior Open drew to a close on Sunday.

Batican, who opened with a 68 Saturday, closed with a 67 to finish the event on 9-under 135, 18 shots ahead of Davao champion Jared Saban.

He fired an eagle and six birdies against a bogey and double bogey.

The fight for the girls’ 15-18 division was settled via a playoff.

Gaccion, who started the day four shots off the pace, sank an eight-foot birdie putt to edge Kiara Montebon who missed her birdie try earlier.

Both players wound up on 141 with Gaccion shooting a 68 and Montebon accounting for the tournament’s best round — a 66.

The two-day event did not end without controversy.

Cliff Richard Nuneza posted the best 36-hole score in the boys’ 15-18 class but was disqualified for signing the wrong scorecard.

Korean Youngdu Cho won the division on 143 after rounds of 71 and 72. Rex Zaragosa climbed to second place on 145 following a 69.

Davao champions Zero Plete, Nicole Gan, Stephanie Gan, Brittany Tamayo and Lucas de Guzman.

Plete was dominant in the girls’ 13-14, closing with an 84 for 172, 51 shots clear of Xylie Julienne Mabale who had a 111.

Nicole Gan closed with a 78 to capture the girls’ 11-12 on 154, 15 shots ahead of Isabella Tabanas who had an 88.

Stephanie Gan, one of the youngest participants at five years old, edged Soleil Ianne Molde by two shots in the girls’ 6-and-under class.

She returned an 86 for 173 while Molde carded an 80 for 175.

In the girls’ 11-12, Tamayo Brittany Tamayo shot a 70 for 139, 25 shots ahead of Kimberly Barroquillos.

De Guzman was the runaway winner in the boys’ 6-and-under after a 76 and 153, 27 shots clear of Ethan Franco Lago.

The other division winners are Clement Ordeneza in the boys’ 13-14, Jacob Gomez in the boys’ 11-12, Gunnar Lucas Velez in the boys’ 7-8, and Brianna Macasaet in the girls’ 7-8.

The first-round results:
Boys’ 15-18 — Cliff Richard Nuneza 142 (71-71), Youngdu Cho 143 (71-72), Rex Zaragosa 145 (76-69), John Canlas 147 (76-71), Simon Wahing 149 (74-75), Nino Villacencio 149 (74-75), Xyras Adrian Luzon 151 (77-74), Lacida CL Gonzales 151 (78-73), Rolly Wacan 154 (78-76), Ken Zonio 156 (77-79), Cris Aparilla 158 (77-81), Adrian Bisera 154 (77-77), Timothy Co 156 (78-78), Travis Cadongong 158 (78-80), Mark Parilla 161 (82-74), Glenn Unabia 162 (88-74), Geanho Kim 163 (85-78), Keith Axcel Pagalan 166 (86-80), Davei Boy Pook 167 (77-90), Anton Asuncion 170 (85-85), Rafa Golez 182 (98-84), Harrold Tagud 194 (96-98), Wendell James Aparilla 195 (98-97), Ignacio Santino Lim 197 (96-101), Alanis Intong 200 (99-101), Martin Luther Quinlog 207 (106-101), Cole Quino 207 (106-101),
Marcus Huertas 210 (103-107), Ivan Miguel Acebu 219 (111-108), MG Dano 244 (128-116), Kendricks Anito 260 (133-127), Christian Vince Acebu 270 (138-132)
Girls’ 15-18 — Alethea Gaccion 141 (73-68), Kiara Montebon 141 (75-66), Juliane Borlongan 144 (75-69), Jinna Lee 150 (69-81), Velinda Castil 151 (75-76), Princess Mae Babia 170 (85-85), Aisha Fanlo 204 (97-107), Crista Therese Minoza 167 (89-78), Margaux Mabale 228 (117-111)
Boys’ 13-14 — Clement Ordeneza 151 (75-76), Cody Langamin 160 (77-83), Charles Serdenia 164 (79-85), Alexis Gabriel Nailga 167 (90-77), Felix Saludar 182 (92-90), Vince Naranjo 183 (95-88), Martin Cham Lu 182 (95-87), Vincenzo Tiu 243 (118-125)
Girls’ 13-14 — Zero Plete 172 (88-84), Xylie Julienne Mabale 223 (112-111), Mikela Venice Guillermo 231 (114-117)
Boys’ 11-12 — Jacob Gomez 178 (88-90), Blademher Estolga 200 (103-97), Louie Virgil Remolador 217 (109-108), Seth Santos 260 (131-129)
Girls’ 11-12 — Nicole Gan 154 (76-78), Isabella Tabanas 169 (81-88), Lochayne Forcadilla 269 (136-133)
Boys’ 9-10 — Ralph Rian Batican 135 (68-67), Jared Saban 153 (76-77), Franco Qui 168 (85-83), MD Woo 176 (90-86), Laurence Saban 188 (94-94), Ken Edward Guillermo 197 (99-98), Jose Francisco Lim 194 (100-94), Anthony James Reserva 212 (104-108), Zaheem Taha 264 (131-133), Zishan Tanog 281 (141-140), Steven William Ibarra 286 (143-143)
Girls’ 9-10 — Brittany Tamayo 139 (69-70), Kimberly Barroquillos 164 (82-82), Solana Jay Molde 189 (94-95), Margaux Espina 216 (106-110), Eliana Veneece Dumalaog 242 (122-120)
Boys’ 7-8 — Gunnar Lucas Velez 198 (97-101), Jamie Hamish Barnes 206 (103-103), James Rexon Langamin 234 (117-117), Aison Bagares 235 (116-119), Bendi Rolida 243 (119-124), Rio Sia 243 (127-116), Shaqeeq Tanog 253 (127-126), Rafael Yap 253 (129-124), Shiloh Plete 282 (143-139)
Girls’ 7-8 — Brianna Macasaet 156 (81-75), Rafella Adrienne Batican 176 (86-90), Jamie Salazar 235 (115-120), Atasha Elise Naranjo 229 (125-104), Elyse Geroy 253 (130-123)
Boys’ 6-and-under — Lucas de Guzman 153 (77-76), Ethan Franco Lago 180 (88-92), Sy Bolanos 269 (136-133), Lucas Miguel Revilleza 221 (118-103), Iheidel Revilleza 252 (126-126)
Girls’ 6-and-under — Stephanie Gan 173 (87-86), Soleil Ianne Molde 115 (95-80), Samantha Ibarra 262 (132-130).

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