Xavier seizes ICTSI interschool midgets lead
MANILA, Philippines—Xavier 4 staged a big rally to seize the upper hand in Midgets 1 and set the stage for a final round showdown with La SalleGreen Hills 5 in the ICTSI Inter-school golf tournament at the Ayala Greenfield Golf Leisure Club.
Down by six after 36 holes, Kendrick Diaz, Lorenzo Fores, Matthew Dybuncio and Vince Ngo aggregated 90 for the day. The Xavier boys ended up outscoring LSGH 5 by 19 points for a 13-point advantage through three rounds with a 300 aggregate.
Diaz and Fores had 32 each while Dybuncio finished with 26. Ngo did not count with his 17.
LSGH showed up with just three players—Ryan Monsalve, EZ Serapio and Maki Reyes. The trio finished with only 71 points for the day for a 287 total.
Colegio San Agustin was running third at 273, De La Salle Zobel 3 was at 260, Xavier 5 at 255 and Brent 2 at 251.
While De La Salle Zobel enjoyed a comfortable 11-point lead over Assumption in Girls 2 play, St. Paul Pasig, La Salle Green Hills 1 and Ateneo 2 seem to have put a lock on the other classes of the tournament.
The final round will be hosted by Ayala Greenfield Estates today.
St. Paul Pasig (Marvi Monsalve, Daniella Uy and Anne Sabater) was far ahead of Assumption 1 (243); LSGH (JP del Claro,AR Ramos, Gus Pacheco and Inigo Raymundo) paces Ateneo 1 by 88 points with their 539; while Ateneo 2 (Aidric Jose Chan, Carl Jano Corpus and Marc Elson Corrales) was at 310 and leading Ateneo 3 (202).
The individual leaders were Daniella Uy in Girls 1, Sam Bruce of Assumption in Girls 2, JP de Claro in juniors, Kristoffer Arevalo in Midgets 1, Chan in Midgets 2 and Allan Bumagat in the seniors division.
The ICTSI Interschool golf tournament is being supported by International Container Terminal Services Inc. with the support of Philippine Airlines, Chevrolet, Pancake House Group, Teriyaki Boy and Sizzlin’ Pepper.
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