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Ateneo, La Salle pace Interschool


Ateneo de Manila University and De La Salle Santiago Zobel got down to business early on, taking pole positions in their respective division barely a month after the Junior Golf Foundation of the Philippines Interschool began.

La Salle-Zobel paces the Senior High Championship division with a total of 554 Stableford points, followed by Beacon Academy (524), International School Manila (428), La Salle Greenhills Team 1 (385) and Immaculate Conception Academy (360).

Zach Castro of La Salle-Zobel is on top of the boys’ individual leaderboard with 197 points, while Beacon’s Santino Pineda and ISM’s Chase Pascual are running second and third with 190 and 183 points, respectively.

Erika Tan of ICA paces the girls’ individual standings with 130 points, followed by Martina Oben also of ICA (228) and Alexa Ray Chua Tan of British School Manila (108).

Rounding up the top 10 in Senior High team are Ateneo Team 1 (348), Ateneo Team 2 (255), Xavier School San Juan Team 3 (221), Xavier Team 1 (215) and Everest Team (200).

In Junior High, Ateneo Team 1 currently ranks No. 1 with 560 points, pursued by La Salle Zobel (447), Homeschool Global (420), ISM and ICA at joint fourth (337) and Xavier Team 2 (309) in the upper rung.

Rajah Crisostomo of Ateneo is at the forefront of boys’ individual with 200 points, Aenzo Andrei Sulaik of Ateneo (177) and Trista Padilla of La Salle Zobel (158) occupy the top three.

Girls’ leaders in Junior High are Alessandra Luciano of Homeschool (154), Precious Zaragosa (141) and Levonne Talion of Letran Calamba (136).

Ateneo Team 2 is at the helm of the Middle School (235) leading Ateneo 2 (224), Assumption College (182), La Salle Zobel (106) and Saint Pedro Poveda College (105) in the top five.

Race Phoenix Manhit of Ateneo has 92 points to lead boys’ individual while John Majgen Luis Gomez (84) is at second place. Sean Ng of British School Manila and Jose Luis Espinosa of Ateneo are joint third with 82 points each.

Quincy Pilac of Assumption is girls’ leader with 81 points, leading school-mate Alexandra Kay Mauricio (68) and Makayla Adriana Verano of Woodrose Paref School (66).

Lower School and Middle School will have their finals on 3 December, while Junior and Senior High will be on 28 January.

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