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Yamada leads JGFP Riviera winners

Kenji Yamada edged Francis Thomas Lim via playoff to win the boys’ 6-and-under division of the JGFP Riviera Junior Open at the Riviera Sports Club in Silang, Cavite over the weekend.

Yamada and Lim forged sudden death after matching 72s, three shots clear of Zojie Tyro Edoc.

In the girls’ 6-and-under, Stephanie Gan continued her winning streak by upending rival Winter Serapio by shooting a 71. Serapio submitted a 74 with Andi Dee taking third place with 83.

The other division winners were Soreen Lee in the boys’ 7-8, Kami del Mundo in the girls’ 7-8, Travis Collin Chua in the boys’ 9-10, and Quincy Pilac in the girls’ 9-10.

The complete results:
Boys’ 6-and-under — Kenji Yamada 72, Francis Thomas Lim 72, Zojie Tyro Edoc 75, H. Lee 83, Sebastian Darjuan 87, Aedan Pizzaro 93, Enzo de Castro 97
Girls’ 6-and-under — Stephanie Gan 71, Winter Serapio 74, Andi Dee 83, Mandy Mallilin 84, Aleena Valle 87, Tara Gatchalian 91
Boys’ 7-8 — Soreen Lee 75, EC Aguirre 78, Halo Pangilinan 80, Kevin Ross Tecson 80, Oscar Dale Malapitan 84, Scott Dee 86, Jiadi Lin 89, Axton Gonzales 95, Stefano Dizon 95
Girls’ 7-8 — Kami del Mundo 64, Venus de los Santos 67, Brie Macasaet 70, Cassedy Chime Cuenca 77, S. Carandang 80, Maurysee Abalos 83, Lily Agamata 89, Maria Camilla Porcincula 90, Penelope Sy 96, Ziyu Liu 106
Boys’ 9-10 — Travis Collin Chua 72, Angelo Mapua 76, Kevin Kyle Tecson 77, Daichi Katoh 80, Adam Mapua 82, Inigo Camposano 83, Tono Camacho 91, William Gatchalian 97, Nathan Sacay 98, Kraig Damon Tee 100
Girls 9-10 — Quincy Pilac 70, K. Bernardino 76, Alexandra Mauricio 77, Makayla Adriana Verano 78, Avery Sytengco 85, Cailey Gonzales 86, Jessica Eusebio 95, Meilin Wu 95, Alexine Adrielle Malapitan 100.

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