Washington tops Baltimore, 12-6, in match play

September 03, 1994|By From Staff Reports

BETHESDA -- Washington won four matches and split another in turning back Baltimore, 12-6, in the annual women's team match between members of the Women's District Golf Association and the Women's Golf Association at Congressional Country Club. It was Washington's first win since 1991 in a series that dates back more than 50 years.

City and State champion Andrea Kraus and Joanne Salerno produced Baltimore's only winning margin when they combined to get 2 1/2 points from Shawn McCullough-Ruth Ann Verrell, and Hobbit's Glen club mates Cheri Cooper and Young Ja Kim split 1 1/2 -1 1/2 when Cindy Carlin-Carmen Oelsner won the 18th hole to halve the back nine and the match.

Sheila Dagucon-Carol Davies (W) def. Tinker Sanger-Joan Winchester, 3-0; Shawn McCullough-Ruth Ann Verrell (W) lost to Andrea Kraus-Joanne Salerno, 1/2 -2 1/2 ; Sharon Briggs-Sheila Kinsella (W) def. Kathy Altemus-Sally Casey, 2 1/2 - 1/2 ; Cindy Carlin-Carmen Oelsner (W) split with Cheri Cooper-Young Ja Kim, 1 1/2 -1 1/2 ; Mimi Hoffman-Jennifer Lewis (W) def. Lynn Hunter-Connie Pifer, 2-1; Lelan Beckel-Lynne Silverstein (W) def. Leigh Farrell-Joan Lins, 2 1/2 - 1/2 .

Cape Cod Juniors

MASHPEE, Mass. -- Jenny Chuasiriporn of Timonium used the best round of the tournament, a 1-under-par 70, to total 229, and win the girls division of the American Junior Golf Association Cape Cod Junior event by three shots at the Willowbend Club. Among the boys, Miguel Rivera, of Joppa, tied for 20th at 241.

Girls (5,754 yards): 1. Jenny Chuasiriporn, Timonium, 80-79-70229; 9. Mallory Crosland, Bethesda, 85-78-80243; 14. Jessica Fernandez, Baltimore, 89-87-90266.

Boys 15-18 (6,727 yards): 1. Brad Black, Canada 83-73-69225; 20. Miguel Rivera, Joppa, 84-80-77241. 13-14 (6,485 yards): 1. Ned Yetten, Andover, Mass., 86-78-76240; 3. Kenny Doerrer, Mitchellville, 83-84-77244.

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