USC freshman-to-be Justin Suh and Pioneer High of San Jose sophmore Sabrina Iqbal each picked up their second JTNC Player of the Year titles. Suh is the first male to win two POY titles. Iqbal joins Casie Cathrea as females who have won back-to-back titles.
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Justin Suh and Kiran Sangha won at Poppy Hills.
The Southern California Golf Association’s Aaron Wise took the title, with Stanford’s Maverick McNealy finishing tied for second.
The NCGA will be well represented during the Morse Cup portion of next week’s annual Pacific Coast Amateur Championship—NCAA champion Bryson DeChambeau, Player of the Year Maverick McNealy and defending champion Corey Pereira, who cruised to the title last year. will team up.
Three champions were crowned at Poppy Hills.
The championship was held at Poppy Ridge
Kathleen Scavo is the only JTNC player left alive in either championship. Josh Sedeno and Bryan Baumgarten lost their Round of 16 matches at the U.S. Junior Amateur.
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