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Compiled by Steve Breazeale
San Clemente resident Emily Lichty teed it up alongside some of the top amateur players from the area at the 94th Los Angeles City Women’s Golf Championship July 10-12 and came away with a solo 18th-place finish.
The three-round tournament took place at the historic Rancho Park Golf Course.
Lichty, a soon-to-be senior at San Juan Hills High School, opened the tournament with rounds of 78-77 to put her at 8-over-par. After making the cut, Lichty carded an 82 (+9) to finish with a total score of 237.
Alice Jeong, a junior on the Cal Berkeley women’s golf team, won the event with a 2-under score of 217.
Lichty had a breakout junior season for the Stallions that saw her medal six times and place fifth in the South Coast League finals. Lichty also qualified for CIF-SS Individual play in 2014.