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Sports - November 18, 2011

Sports Shorts

PREP GOLF . . . Gunn freshman Anna Zhou capped a sensational first season by tying for sixth at the CIF NCGA Girls State High School Championships on Tuesday at Poppy Hills Golf Course in Pebble Beach. Zhou shot a 3-over par 75 on the par-72 layout that played 6,066 yards. She was only four shots behind Sarah Cho of Torrey Pines and Cha Cha Willhoite of Palm Desert. Both shot 1-under 71, with Cho winning the state title on the second playoff hole. Two players shot even-par 72 and one, Kathleen Scavo of Justin-Siena in Napa, came in at 74. Zhou tied with Samantha Martin or Torrance. Zhou was the No. 2 NorCal finisher behind Scavo and the top finisher from the Central Coast Section. CCS champ Hannah Suh of Evergreen Valley shot 78 and tied for 22nd. In other prep golf news, Menlo School junior Andrew Buchanan has given his verbal commitment to play golf at Southern Methodist University. Buchanan helped the boys' golf team (10-0) to a West Bay Athletic League championship last spring and a CCS scholastic title. He played in five AJGA events over the summer, placing in the top 20 in all, including a victory in a junior open in Stockton.

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