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Cale Jones came back from a four-stroke day one deficit to capture this year’s Los Alamos City Championship.
Jones, a previous City champion and one of the steadiest local players on the men’s side, shot a 2-under Sunday to clinch the title. Day one leader Ted Ball, who shot a 2-under to take the lead at the halfway point, couldn’t continue his hot streak into day two, while Jones ran away with the title.
The City Championship, hosted annually by Los Alamos Golf Course, had 61 entries this year. Several players, however, dropped out after the first round of the two-day event.
Meanwhile, Eddie Sanchez grabbed his second straight senior men’s title in solid fashion. Sanchez outlasted another former City champion, Bruce Norman, for the win.
On the women’s side, Anita Dunmar came out on top in a tightly-packed championship flight for the win. Dunmar held off 18-time City champion Ev Griggs by two strokes, while Ellen Stallings finished just two strokes back of Griggs.
The 2013 women’s top flight was without Tami Martinson, who’d won the previous four women’s City titles. Dunmar had by far the low round of the women’s championship flight, shooting an 83 Saturday.
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