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Out of Staters Earn All Qualifying Spots for USGA Junior Girls Championship

There were 16 junior girls who tried to qualify for the USGA Girls Junior Amateur at Hidden Valley Country Club Tuesday and half the field included girls from out of state. There were only eight Utah girls attempting to advance to the finals of the USGA Junior Amateur and none of them were successful, including Utah’s best junior Sirene Blair who had to settle for an alternate’s spot.
Jisoo Keel, from Vancouver, Canada, was the class of the field as she shot a marvelous 69 and won medalist honors by a six stroke margin. Girls from California finished second and third, and Sirene Blair finished in fourth place with a 78. She has played some marvelous golf this year, but it wasn’t her day at Hidden Valley.
USGA Junior Girls
Hidden Valley Country Club
69- Jisoo Keel, Vancouver, Canada
75- Jennifer Yu, Huntington Beach, California
77- Xin Fang, Menlo Park, California
First Alternate
78- Sirene Blair, South Jordan, Utah
Failed to Qualify
81- Joann Sottile, Thousand Oaks, California
83- Kate Perkins, St. George, Utah
83- Jessica Sloot, Fruit Heights, Utah
84- Monica Yeates, Orem, Utah
86- Madi Rooker, Sandy, Utah 86- Hana Bradshaw, San Diego, California
86- Naomi Soifua, Orem, Utah
89- Cobair Collingsworth, Sandy, Utah
94- Kathleen Miller, North Logan, Utah
102- Jamie Garner, South Ogden, Utah
102- Kalle Lunsford, Evanston, Wyoming
102- Kiselya Plewe, Cortez, Colorado