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Barbara Mickle fought off multiple challengers to win the Alameda Women’s Golf Club’s 66th annual President’s Cup Thursday, June 21, on the Earl Fry Course.

Mickle finished with a one-stroke lead over Angie Vaccarezza and Sarah Valentine to win the tournament. Mickle shot an overall net 206 in the three-round tournament. She posted a net 69 in the final round. Vaccarezza and Valentine tied for second place with net 207s. Vaccarezza shot a net 69 in the final round, while Valentine posted a net 68 in the third round.

 

Several members of the Alameda Gators swim team competed in the Montclair Swim Team Pentathlon on June 2, at Acalanes High in Lafayette.

Girls
Annabelle Catic finished 15th out of 64 swimmers in the girls’ 10-and-under (10U) 50-yard freestyle meet with a time of 33.48. Other Gator swimmers in the meet included: Eva Youngquist (34.91) finished 20th; Kylie Zorn (35.82) finished 24th; and Kiely Wong (37.05) finished 29th.

 

Barbara Mickle snatched the lead in the Alameda Women’s Golf Club’s 66th President’s Cup after the second round Thursday, June 14, on the Earl Fry Course.
Mickle shot a net 67 in round two. Mickle entered the second round tied for third place after shooting a net 70 in round one. Her total net 137 gives her a one stroke lead over Angie Vaccarezza. 

 

The summer Alameda Junior Golf Club (AJGC) tournaments have begun with a tournament Wednesday, June 13 on the Earl Fry Course.

Elizabeth Scholtes won the girls’ 16- to 18-year-old division with a 71. Scholtes beat out Alexandra Hauck who posted a 93. Harrod Tang won the boys’ 16- to 18-year-old division. Tang posted an 81. Michael Keys was second with an 83, while Russell Mapaye shot a 97. 

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