Yan Leads Falcons to Title | Sarasota Christian Claims Boys' Crown without Its Top Player

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Yan Leads Falcons to Title | Sarasota Christian Claims Boys' Crown without Its Top Player


Lembo, John, Sarasota Herald Tribune


PREP GOLF: CLASS 1A-DISTRICT 16 TOURNAMENT

BRADENTON -- Vanessa Yan had a hunch things would go well Monday afternoon.

The Saint Stephen's Episcopal School junior and the rest of the Falcons girls golf team played a pair of practice rounds at Bradenton Country Club in preparation for the Class 1A-District 16 tournament.

"I shot about the same in practice rounds," she said.

That boded well for Saint Stephen's, as Yan fired a 71 to help the Falcons win the team title and qualify for next Monday's Region 6 tournament, which will also be played at Bradenton Country Club.

Then again, qualifying wasn't a question for the Falcons or anyone else on the girls side. With just three teams and two individuals competing, everyone was assured of a regional berth, which went to the top three teams and top three players not on qualifying teams.

But that wrinkle did little to dilute Yan's day, especially since her score would have been good enough to share medalist honors in the boys tournament with Sarasota Christian's Zong Fan Li.

"Driver was good," Yan said. "And putting myself on the fairway gave me a better shot at getting birdies and pars. My short putts were solid, so that was good."

The Falcons finished with a 358 to beat runner-up Out-of-Door Academy (416) and third-place Cardinal Mooney (464).

Wendy Tan led ODA with an 85 while Mooney's Kali Plattner came the closest girl to catching Yan by firing an 80.

Sarasota Christian's Maddy Voight (118) and Imagine School of North Port's Natasha Lewicki (101) qualified as individuals. …

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