POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jul 17, 2010
Hawaii state high school champion Cassy Isagawa played her final two rounds in 8 under par, but she couldn't catch Mexico's Gabriela Lopez in the final round of the Callaway Junior World Golf Championships.
|She finished second
in her division at the
Isagawa, a Baldwin senior from Wailuku, shot her second straight 69 yesterday at the par-73 Torrey Pines North Course in La Jolla, Calif. Her four-round total of 289 was seven shots off the pace set by Lopez, who closed with a 70 for a 282 total.
Isagawa finished second in the Girls 15-17 Division. 'Iolani's Marissa Chow (70--292) was fourth, Punahou's Alina Ching (77--296) shared eighth, Kauai High's Kelly Oride (77--305) tied for 20th and Punahou's Hee Sue Condry (81--312) tied for 33rd.
Only the top 33 advanced to the final day.
Lahaina's Aaron Kunitomo tied for eighth in the boys division. Kunitomo closed with a 2-over 74, for a 293 total at Torrey Pines South. Canada's Adam Svensson won, with a score of 72--282.
Kunitomo was the only Hawaii boy to make the cut. The top 58 played the final round.
Hawaii's Tadd Fujikawa eliminated his double-bogey bug suffered the previous two rounds and fired a third-round 3-under-par 68 yesterday in the eGolf Tour's Southern Open, at Kannapolis, N.C.
Fujikawa, 19, had four birdies and a bogey at the par-71 Club at Irish Creek course. His 54-hole total of 7-under 206 is seven back of leader Todd Murphy, a former teaching pro at Kapalua.
The final round is today.
Fujikawa, who had double bogeys in each of his first two rounds, is attempting to earn his third straight top-25 finish and fifth of the season.