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Slightham, Han come up short in Masters golf tournament

Despite a good effort, Oak Ridge's Victoria Han will not move on to the NCGA/CIF State Tournament. File photo
Despite a good effort, Oak Ridge's Victoria Han will not move on to the NCGA/CIF State Tournament. File photo

STOCKTON — El Dorado golfer, Jessica Slightham, and Oak Ridge’s Victoria Han, the only county girls to qualify for the Sac-Joaquin Section Masters tournament at The Reserve at Spanos Park Mondy, shot two solid scores on the tough links-style course but they weren’t low enough to move on the to NCGA/CIF State Tournament as individuals.

Just four girls not on one of the three qualifying teams advance. Two shot 72s, the other two fired 76s. Slightham came in with an 88 and Han posted a 94.

Christian Brothers won the team title with a 399, Lodi was second with a 401, and St. Francis took third with a 412.

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