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Specializing in Workers' Compensation Property & Casualty Advanced Claims Service Bilingual Loss Control (PSOR\HH%HQHÀWV Pat Hoffman • Keith Schuler Tony Pozas • Tom Hughes (800) 873-3725 CA DOI License #0B01094 | Serving clubs' needs since 1987 LТºĴļĽãĮčŅ×ãčŅĽļøéÎčĮąé W E S T A I R C H A R T E R P R I C E P L E D G E PRICE PLEDGE G U A R A N T E E D P R I C I N G 888.511.5004 | > LZ[(PY *OHY[LY HUK P[Z ÅLL[ VM 7PSH[\Z 7*ZJH[LY[V`V\YZJOLK\SL6\YHJJLZZ [V ZTHSSLY HPYWVY[Z THRLZ P[ LHZPLY [V NL[ [ VYLTV[LSVJH[PVUZVќLYPUNHUHќVYKHISL ^H` MVY MV\YZVTLZ [V [YH]LS [V [OL [VW I\KKPLZ[YPW KLZ[PUH[PVUZ :P[ IHJR YLSH_HUKLUQV`[OLYPKL June 26-29 | Monterey Peninsula CC W henever she's nervous on the course, 16-year- old Rancho Cucamonga resident Jade Siphom- say hits play on a soundtrack of music in her head to relax. In the 18-hole final on the Shore Course at Monterey Peninsula Country Club, Siphomsay's playlist consisted of Lorde's 'Liability' and 'Perfect Places.' The latter was appropriate, as that's where Siphomsay was following a 1-up win over Jasmine Chen of Pleasanton. In her previous three years of competing in the event, the No. 21-seeded Siphomsay had never advanced past the quarter- finals. "It just feels so humbling," said Siphomsay, a senior at Los Osos High. "Once I got through the quarterfinals this year, I told myself that the sky's the limit." With the win, Siphomsay joined lofty com- pany. Past winners of the event include former world No. 1 amateur Hannah O'Sullivan and LPGA members Christina Kim and Dorothy Delasin. "Having my name with them is validating and boosts my confidence," Siphomsay said. "Win- ning this proves to myself that I can be a great player." Coming off a tight 19th hole win over Belinda Hu in the semifinals, Siphomsay was again tested in her match against Chen. Chen, who was look- ing to become the event's second-youngest cham- pion (O'Sullivan won in 2010 at age 12), jumped to a 2-up lead through three holes. It was familiar territory for Siphomsay, though. In her semifinals win over Hu, she trailed by three through five holes. "I just tried to stay calm. Thinking of the music helps me," Siphomsay said. "It distracts me from the pressure." Siphomsay responded with three straight wins on hole Nos. 4-6 to take a 1-up lead. She never trailed again despite the efforts of Chen. In the Helen Lengfeld Flight, Katie Elizabeth Murphy defeated runner-up Madison Daniel of Bakersfield, 5 and 4. 68th California Junior Girls' State Championship NCGA.ORG | SUMMER 2017 65

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