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Top Ten Greatest Golfers in Northern California History

By Ron Kroichick

This article first appeared in the Winter  edition of NCGA Golf

JOHNNY MILLERLet the 19th-hole debate begin. Northern California&#;s rich golf tradition doesn&#;t easily translate into a tidy, top list of the region&#;s greatest players. A parade of golfers emerged from our little corner of the world to scrawl their names into the game&#;s competitive lore. So, for starters, some ground rules for this highly subjective exercise:

  • We only considered players who grew up in Star Casino €3000 Tournament California, or at least played much of their junior golf here. This eliminates some big-name players who passed Tournament Archives the area in their college years including Tom Watson, Mickey Wright and, yes, Tiger Woods.
  • We tried to Tournament Archives at a player&#;s full body of work, including amateur achievements. Still, the PGA and LPGA tours are the game&#;s highest levels-and success on those tours thus was the most compelling factor in putting together these rankings.
  • We focused on a player&#;s on-course achievements and the era in which he or she competed. That&#;s why a candidate such as Jack Neville-who made an enduring impact on the NorthernCalifornia golf landscape by co-designing Pebble Beach, and also won five long-ago state amateur titles-ultimately was omitted.

Enough chatter. And off we go &#;

MEN

1. Johnny Miller

Long before he won 25 times on the PGA Tour, including two major championships&#;and became television&#;s leading golf analyst&#;Miller was just a blonde-haired kid hanging out at Harding Park.

Miller started hitting balls (off a mat, into canvas) in the basement of his San Francisco home at age 5. By the time he was 12, he Tournament Archives spending his summer days at Harding; he often couldn&#;t afford the big course, but the starter let Miller and his friends tee off on the back nine. He played mostly with Roger Maltbie and Tommy O&#;Kane, and he also occasionally came across tour pros Ken Venturi, George Archer, Bob Rosburg or Bob Lunn.

The s were a golden era of Twin.com Casino 20 - 30 Free Spins in the Bay Area, and that shaped Miller as much as the city&#;s narrow, demanding courses.

&#;I was totally aware of the tradition,&#; he said.

Young Johnny watched the City Championship every year with his dad, Larry, Tournament Archives. Later, he occasionally caddied for a group including Tournament Archives and Harvie Ward at nearby San Francisco Golf Club, Tournament Archives. And the wave of players slightly older than Miller-including Lunn, O&#;Kane, Dick and John Lotz, Jim Wiechers and Ron Cerrudo&#;offered abundant motivation.

&#;I had to match what those guys were doing,&#; Miller said. &#;They were really setting a standard. Those guys were kicking butt nationally, and that really pushed me.&#;

Miller, now 67, eventually exceeded them all in forging a Hall-of-Fame career. He won the U.S. Junior Amateur in and the California State Amateur in &#;68, Tournament Archives, preludes to his wild success as a pro. His biggest moments were those two majors: a transcendent final round 63 to win the U.S. Open at Oakmont inand a similarly sparkling final-round 66 to chase down young Seve Ballesteros in the British Open at Royal Birkdale, Tournament Archives. But maybe the most impressive element of Miller&#;s career was his dominance in 4, when Tournament Archives won eight times and earned PGA Tour Player of the Year honors. That&#;s no easy feat in the thick of the Jack Nicklaus/Tom Watson era. Miller, in his prime, was just as good.
johnny-millerstate-amateur

RESUME:
  • World Golf Hall of Fame inductee
  • 25 PGA Tour wins U.S. Open ()]
  • British Open ()
  • PGA Tour Player ofthe Year ()
  • 1 California State Amateur ()
  • 1 NCGA Stroke Play Championship ()
  • 1 U.S. Junior Amateur ()

2. Ken Venturi

Like Miller after him, Tournament Archives, Venturi attended San Francisco&#;s Lincoln High, won a memorable U.S. Open and enjoyed a long, distinguished career as a TV analyst.

Venturi&#;s defining moment was the Open at Congressional, where he conquered suffocating heat and humidity to Tournament Archives life into his sputtering career.

Venturi ultimately won 14 times on the PGA Tour and was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in Maythe week before he died at age

He also was an acclaimed amateur, winning the San Francisco City Championship three times and the state amateur twice.
venturi

RESUME:
  • World Golf Hall of Fame inductee
  • 14 PGA Tour wins
  • U.S. Open ()
  • 2 California State Amateurs (, )
  • 2 NCGA Stroke Play Championships (,&#;52)
  • 1 NCGAJunior Amateur ()

 

3. Lawson Little

Talk about the match-play king. Little won 32 consecutive matches Tournament Archives taking both the British Amateur and U.S. Amateur (then considered majors) in and again in &#;

Little, born in Rhode Island but raised in Northern California, won eight times on tour, Tournament Archives, including one major&#;he beat Gene Sarazen in a playoff to win the U.S. Open.

Lawson was inducted into the Hall of Fame in
Lawson Little

RESUME:
  • World Golf Hall of Fame inductee
  • 8 PGA Tour wins U.S. Open ()
  • 2 U.S. Amateurs (, &#;35)
  • 2 British Amateurs (,&#;35)
  • 2 NCGA Amateurs (, &#;31)

4. Tony Lema

History sometimes overlooks Lema, in part because of his tragic death in a plane crash at age

Lema, Tournament Archives, who grew up in Oakland, already had collected 12 tour wins, including the &#;64 British Open at St. Andrews-where he coasted past Nicklaus by five shots, Tournament Archives. That victory Tournament Archives a dominant stretch for Lema, who won the Bing Crosby National Pro-Am in January and Tournament Archives more times in six weeks in June and July.

&#;Champagne Tony&#; also was a terrific Ryder Cup player, posting an record.
Tony Lema

RESUME:
  • 12 PGA Tour wins
  • British Open ()

5. George Archer

Billy Casper once described Archer as &#;sort of a question mark bent over the ball.&#;

This was Casper&#;s creative way of conveying Archer&#;s uncommon height (6-foot-6), but it didn&#;t stop him from becoming one of the game&#;s best putters.

Archer, a San Francisco native who attended San Mateo High and later lived on a ranch in Gilroy, won 13 times on the PGA Tour, Tournament Archives, including the  Masters, Tournament Archives. He also won 19 events on the Champions Tour.
George Arthur

RESUME:
  • 13 PGA Tour wins
  • Masters ()
  • 19 Champions Tour wins
  • 1 NCGA Stroke Play Championship ()

6, Tournament Archives. Olin Dutra

His 10 PGA Tour wins include the PGA Championship and the &#;34 U.S. Open, in which he overcame a painful intestinal infection and an eight-shot deficit after 36 holes. Dutra, born and raised in the Tournament Archives, came back to edge Sarazen
by one shot.
Olin Dutra

RESUME:
  • 10 PGA Tour wins
  • PGA Championship ()
  • U.S. Open (

7. Bob Rosburg

Rosburg, another native San Franciscan, won the PGA Championship and twice finished second in the U.S. Open, Tournament Archives. He grew up playing Lincoln Park BingoFest 50 Free Spins later starred in baseball and golf at Stanford. Rosburg won six times in all on the
PGATour.
Bob Rosburg

RESUME:
  • 6 PGA Tour wins
  • PGA Championship ()
  • 1 NCGA Amateur ()
  • NCGA Junior Championship ()

8. Bob Lunn

It&#;s easy to forget about Lunn, who was Miller&#;s teammate at Lincoln High (Lunn is two years older). But Lunn won the U.S. Amateur Public Links in &#;63, tied for third in the  U.S. Open and nabbed six PGA Tour wins, including tournaments in which he outlasted Arnold Palmer, Gary Player and Lee Trevino.
Bob Lunn

RESUME:
  • 6 PGA Tour wins
  • 1 Tournament Archives. Amateur Public Links ()

 

9. Nick Watney

Hey, look-a 21st-century player! Watney, 33, represents the modern era on this nostalgia-heavy list. His five official PGA Tour victories include triumphs over deep, elite fields in a World Golf Championships event and a playoff tournament. Watney
grew up in Dixon, outside Davis.
Nick Watney

RESUME:

Roger Maltbie

He&#;s known mostly for his good-natured banter with Miller on NBC broadcasts, Tournament Archives, but Maltbie (born in Modesto and raised in San Jose) could really play. He won the NCGA Amateur in and added five wins on tour, including the Memorial in &#;
Roger Maltbie

RESUME:
  • 5 PGA Tour wins
  • 1 NCGA Amateur ()

1Tournament Archives MENTION

  • Dick Lotz (3 PGA Tour wins, 1 California State Amateur)
  • Casey Boyns (record 20 total men&#;s NCGA championships, 4 NCGA Player of the Year titles, 2 California State Amateurs)
  • Randy Haag (record 6 NCGA Player of the Year titles, 14 NCGA men&#;s championships)
  • Gary Vanier (1 California State Amateur, 1 NCGA Match Play Championship, 1 Master-Division Championship, record 6 San Francisco City Tournament Archives Cerrudo (2 PGA Tour wins, 2 NCGA Match Play Championships)
  • Bobby Clampett (1 PGA Tour win, 2 California State Amateurs, 1 NCGA Junior Championship, 1 NCGA Player of the Year).

WOMEN

1. Juli Inkster

Inkster earned induction nearly 15 years ago, but she still shakes her head when she hears those magical words-&#;Hall of Famer&#;-preceding her name.

Golf wasn&#;t Inkster&#;s lifelong dream, even if she grew up in a house alongside the 14th fairway at Pasatiempo in Santa Cruz. She was a basketball player first, and only became serious about golf at age

Even now, at 54 and firmly established as one of the most decorated players in Turbico Casino 100% First Deposit history of the women&#;s game, Inkster refuses Lake Palace Casino 70 Free Spins define herself by what happens between tee and green.

&#;Golf is just what I do,&#; she said in a March interview. &#;It&#;s not who I am.&#;

Inkster struggled at times, trying to balance her professional ambitions with her personal interests as a parent. Inkster went four full seasons without a victory () as she learned to juggle her career and family life. She seriously considered quitting the LPGA Tour, Leon Casino: Top Bonus Code List and 100% Match up to 250 EUR to ultimately decide she would try to balance both. That meant taking daughters Hayley and Cori on the road whenever possible&#;weekends, spring break, summer.

&#;Juli&#;s fear was that we weren&#;t doing the right thing by our kids,&#; says her husband Brian. &#;That wasn&#;t the case, but as a mom I&#;m sure you&#;re thinking about it when you&#;re at the Residence Inn Tournament Archives Rochester.&#;

Don&#;t let these maternal instincts mislead you, though&#;Inkster has always been a fierce competitor. Tournament Archives part of her recipe in winning 31 LPGA events, including seven majors.

Inkster might belong on this list even without those 31 victories. She won three consecutive U.S. Women&#;s Amateur titles Tournament Archives, one California Women&#;s Amateur (&#;81) and two San Francisco City titles ( and &#;81), in addition to earning All-America honors at San Jose State. Good thing she got serious about golf.
Juli Inkster

RESUME:
  • World Golf Hall of Fame inductee
  • 31 LPGA Tour wins
  • 7 majors including the and &#;02 U.S. Women&#;s Opens
  • 3 U.S. Women&#;s Amateurs (, &#;81, Tournament Archives, &#;82)
  • 1 California Women&#;s Amateur ()

 

 

2. Patty Sheehan

Her geographical background gave us pause&#;Sheehan was born in Vermont, grew up in Reno and played most of her early golf in Northern California&#;but her credentials are unquestioned.

Sheehan has 35 LPGA wins, including six majors; twice won the California Women&#;s Amateur; and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in
Patiti Sheehan

RESUME:
  • World Golf Hall of Fame inductee
  • 35 LPGA Tournament Archives wins • 6 majors including&#;84 and &#;93 LPGA Championships
  • 2 California Women&#;s Amateurs (, &#;78)

3. Paula Creamer

She burst onto the LPGA scene inwhen she picked up her first tour victory at age

Creamer, who lived in Pleasanton until she was 14, now has won 10 times, including the U.S. Women&#;s Open at Oakmont. She also has been a Solheim Cup stalwart, with a  record.
Paula Creamer

RESUME:
  • 10 LPGA Tour wins
  • U.S. Women&#;s Open ()
  • 13 straight junior wins in Northern California

4. Pat Hurst

Much like Creamer, Hurst cut her golfing teeth in the junior program at Castlewood Country Club.

She prospered as an amateur while growing up Tournament Archives San Leandro, winning the U.S. Girls Junior in and U.S. Women&#;s Amateur four years later.

Hurst has six LPGA wins, including one major (&#;98 Dinah Shore).
Pat Hurst

RESUME:
  • 6 LPGA Tour wins
  • 1 Nabisco Dinah Shore ()
  • 1 U.S. Women&#;s Amateur ()
  • 1 U.S. Girls Junior Championship ()

5. Dorothy Delasin

Even if her LPGA career fizzled after a fast start&#;Rookie of the Year honors at age 19 and four wins by 23&#;Delasin practically played her way onto this list before turning pro.

She won the state women&#;s amateur and U.S. Girls Junior in , the Junior Worlds in &#;98 and the U.S. Women&#;s Amateur in &#; Delasin grew up in South San Francisco.
Dorothy Delasin

RESUME:
  • 4 LPGA wins
  • 1 U.S. Women&#;s Amateur ()
  • 1 U.S. Girls Junior ()
  • 1 California Women&#;s Amateur ()
  • 2 California Junior Girls Amateurs (, &#;98)
  • 1 NCGA Junior Girls ()
  • 1 Junior World Golf Championship ()

6. Christina Kim

She&#;s one of the LPGA&#;s most charismatic players, to put it mildly.

Kim has won three times on tour, most recently at the Lorena Ochoa Invitational in Mexico City in November, her first LPGA victory since  (she also won a Ladies European Tour event in ).

Kim was born and raised in San Jose.
Christina Kim

RESUME:
  • 3 LPGA wins
  • California Junior Girls Amateur ()

7. Kay Cockerill

Now known more for her work as a Golf Channel reporter, Cockerill once made a splash by winning the U.S. Women&#;s Amateur in consecutive years ().  She also was a two-time All-American at UCLA after
growing up in Los Gatos.
Kelly Cockerill

RESUME:
  • 2 U.S. Women&#;s Amateurs Tournament Archives, &#;87)

8. Natalie Gulbis

She has one LPGA win, the Evian Masters inand three Solheim Cup appearances. Gulbis, from Sacramento, Tournament Archives, also enjoyed success before turning pro, winning the women&#;s state amateur at age 14, earning medalist honors in the  U.S. Women&#;s Amateur and becoming an All-American at Arizona.
Natalie Gulbis

RESUME:
  • 1 LPGA Tour win
  • 1 California Women&#;s Amateur ()

 

9. Mina Harigae

The one-time prodigy from Monterey boasts national credentials, as winner of the U.S. Women&#;s Amateur Public Links and a member of the &#;08 U.S, Tournament Archives. Curtis Cup team.

Harigae also won four consecutive California Women&#;s Amateur titles, starting at age
Mina Harigae

RESUME:
  • 1 U.S. Women&#;s Amateur Public Links ()
  • 4 California Women&#;s Amateurs (&#;04)
  • 1 Northern California High School Girls Championship ()

Lynne Cowan

Her name is prominent in the NCGA women&#;s record book, highlighted by four state women&#;s amateur victories (matching Harigae and Shelley Hamlin for most ever).

Cowan, who lives in Rocklin, also won the California Senior Women&#;s Amateur.
Lynne Cowan

RESUME:
  • 4 California Women&#;s Amateurs (, ,&#;05, &#;07)
  • 2 NCGA Women&#;s Amateurs (, &#;07)
  • 3 California Senior Women&#;s Amateur ()
  • 2 NCGA Senior Women&#;s Amateur ()

HONORABLE MENTION2

  • Sally (Voss) Krueger (1 California Women&#;s Amateur, a record 10 San Francisco Women&#;s City Championships)
  • Shelley Hamlin Tournament Archives LPGA Tour wins, 4 California Women&#;s Amateurs)
  • Patricia Cornett (2 California Women&#;s Amateurs, 2 NCGA Senior Amateurs, Curtis Cup captain
  • Jan Ferraris (2 LPGA Tour wins, 1 LPGA Rookie of the Year, 1 U.S. Girls Junior}
  • Marianne Towersey (1 California Women&#;s Amateur, 7 California Senior Women&#;s Amateurs 2 NCGA Senior Amateurs, a record 10 NCGA championships)
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Girls' Water Polo Championships - Saturday, May 21,

Girls' Tennis Class A, B, & C Team Championships - May 21 & 22,



 Winter

NEPSAC Boys' Ice Hockey Corkery/Stuart, Martin/Earl, & Piatelli/Simmons Tournament

NEPSAC Girls' Ice Hockey Tournament Bracket - Division 1 & 2

NEPSAC Boys' Basketball Tournament Bracket - Class AAA, Tournament Archives, A, B, C, Tournament Archives, & D

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NEPSAC Boys' & Girls' Alpine Skiing CLASS A, B, C Championships

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TEST NEW

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NEPSAC Boys' Soccer Championships - Class A, B, C, Tournament Archives, D

NEPSAC Football Championship Bowls

NEPSAC Girls' Field Hockey Championships - Class A, B, Tournament Archives, C





 Winter

NEPSAC Boys' Basketball Tournament Bracket - Class AAA, AA, A, B, C, & D

NEPSAC Girls' Basketball Tournament Bracket - Class A, B, C, D, & E

NEPSAC Girls' Ice Hockey Tournament Bracket - Division 1 & 2

NEPSAC Boys' Ice Hockey Corkery/Stuart, Martin/Earl, & Piatelli/Simmons Tournament

NEPSSA Boys' & Girls' Division I, II, III Swimming & Diving Championships - RESULTS

Wrestling New England Prep School Championship - RESULTS

NEPSAC Girls' Squash Championships - Class A, B, and C  - Feb. 27 - Mar. 1,

NEPSAC Boys' Squash Championships - Class A, B, and C Tournament Archives Feb. 27 - Mar. 1,

NEPSAC Boys' & Girls' Alpine Skiing CLASS A, B, C Championships - RESULTS

NEPSAC Girls' & Boys' Nordic Ski Championships



 Fall

NEPSAC Football Championship Bowls - RESULTS

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NEPSAC Girls' Soccer Championships - Class A, B, C, D

NEPSAC Boys' Soccer Championships - Class A, B, C, D

NEPSAC Girls' Volleyball Championships - Class A, Tournament Archives, B, C

NEPSAC Boys Water Polo Championships - RESULTS

Division 1 Cross Country Tournament Archives - RESULTS

Division 2 Cross Country Championships - RESULTS

Division 3 Cross Country Championships - RESULTS

Division 4 Cross Country Championships - RESULTS





 Winter

NEPSAC Boys' Ice Hockey Corkery/Stuart, Martin/Earl, & Piatelli/Simmons Tournament

NEPSAC Boys' Basketball Tournament Bracket - Class AAA, AA, A, B, C, & D

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NEPSAC Wrestling Tournament

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NEPSAC Boys' Squash Championships - Class A, B, and C

NEPSAC Girls' Squash Championships - Class A, B, and C



 Fall

NEPSAC Girls' Volleyball Championships - Class A, B, C

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NEPSAC Girls' Soccer Championships - Class A, B, C, D

NEPSAC Boys' Soccer Championships - Class A, B, C, D

NEPSAC Football Championship Bowls

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Division 1 Cross Country Championships at St. Paul's School - RESULTS

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Division 3 Cross Country Championships at St. George's School - RESULTS

Division 4 Cross Country Championships at Marianapolis Preparatory School - RESULTS





 Winter

NEPSAC Boys' & Girls' Nordic Ski  Championships

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NEPSAC Boys' & Girls' Alpine Skiing CLASS A, B, C Championships - RESULTS

NEPSAC Wrestling (NEISWA) Championships - RESULTS

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Division 1 Cross Country Championships - Saturday, November 10, - RESULTS

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Division 3 Cross Country Championships - Saturday, November 10, - RESULTS

Division 4 Cross Country Championships - Saturday, November 10, - RESULTS

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 WINTER

NEPSAC Girls' Squash Championships - Class A, Tournament Archives, B, and C - RESULTS

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 FALL

NEPSAC Girls' Field Hockey Championships - Class A, B, C - Results

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NEPSTA Division I Boys' & Girls' Cross Country Results

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NEPSTA Division III Boys' & Girls' Cross Country Results

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 SPRING

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NEITA CLASS A, B, C BOYS' TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS - MAY 21 & 22, Tournament Archives,

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 WINTER

NEPSAC Boys' Basketball Tournament Bracket - Class AAA, AA, A, B, C, & D

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NEPSSA Girls' Swimming & Diving Championships - March 6,

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NEPSAC Boys' Squash Championships - Class A, B, and C - RESULTS

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NEPSAC Football Championship Bowls - RESULTS

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NEPSTA Division II Cross Country Championships - RESULTS

NEPSTA Division III Cross Country Championships - RESULTS

NEPSTA Division IV Cross Country Championships - RESULTS

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 WINTER

NEPSAC Boys' and Girls' Alpine and Nordic Tournament Archives Championships- February 10,

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NEPSAC Boys' Ice Hockey Tournament Archives - March 3 - 7,

NEPSAC Girls' Ice Hockey Tournament - March 3 - 7,

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NEPSAC Boys' Basketball Tournament - March 3 - 7,





 SPRING

NEPSAC Boys' Tennis Championships- Class A, Class B, Class C - Sat., May 16 & Sun., May 17,

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 WINTER

NEPSAC Wrestling Championships- February 27 - 28,

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NEPSAC Boys' Ice Hockey Tournament- March 4 - 8,

NEPSAC Girls' Ice Hockey Tournament- March 4 - 8,

NEPSAC Boys' Basketball Tournament- March 4 - 8,

NEPSAC Girls' Basketball Tournament- March 4 - 8,

NEPSAC Boys' Squash Championships- February 27 - March 1,

NEPSAC Girls' Tournament Archives Championships

NEPSAC Girls' Volleyball Championships

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Tournament Results Archive

Blue Tier (SLs )

1st Place – Karla Garcia of Miami, FL
2nd Place – Noemi Rodriguez of Chicago, IL
3rd Place Tournament Archives Tisha Ponce De Leon of Olathe, KS
3rd Place – Barbara Bush of New Bern, NC

Yellow Tier (SL4)

1st Place – Jesse Garcia of Joliet, IL
2nd Place – Christian Delgado of Winter Springs, FL
3rd Place – Lindsey Carter of Carbondale, IL
3rd Place – T.C. Natale of Mabelvale, OR

Red Tier (SL5)

1st Place – Lawrence Samuel of Ocala, FL
2nd Place – Garrett Hogue of Forney, TX
3rd Place – Edgar Giribaldo of Stamford, CT
3rd Place – Calvin Lee of San Diego, CA

Orange Tier (SL6)

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3rd Place – Carlo Estrada of Sparks, NV
3rd Place – Steve Gaskins of Newark, DE

Purple Tier (SL7)

1st Place – Abrin Schaad of Pekin, IL
2nd Place – David Barnes of Denton, MD
3rd Place – Bob Parker, Jr. of Dundalk, MD
3rd Place – Steven Weakly of Spokane, WA

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NCVF Volleyball Championships - Denver, CO
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NCVF Volleyball Championships - Reno, NV
NCVF Volleyball Championships - Dallas, TX
NCVF Volleyball Championships - Kansas City, MO
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Tournament Archives¶

What is it?¶

Tabbycat provides a method to download data relating to a tournament, using XML. XML, or Extensible Markup Language, is a file format used for the transfer of data between applications, Tournament Archives. This format attemps to provide all data in a way that is compatible with other tab systems and tools, and which can be re-imported into Tabbycat, reflecting changes made externally. As an archival format, Vegas Strip Casino No Deposit Bonus Codes allows results of tournaments to be preserved through the publication in other mediums. Philip Belesky and Chuan-Zheng Lee have wrote an article, *The Start of History*, Tournament Archives, detailing a proposal for such a format.

Importing a Full Tournament¶

Tournament archive files have a standardized format and thus any tournament exported from an application supporting the format can be imported in Tabbycat. However, beware that there might not be feature parity between systems and thus some data may be lost.

A link to import a new tournament is available on the front page for admins. The file can then be uploaded. It can take a bit of time before everything is imported; you will be sent back to the front page during the importation.

Importing a Partial Tournament¶

The importer does not support importing only parts of a tournament, but rather the whole. This is as changes between the archive and the database may get lost and primary/foreign keys may not correspond. However, institutions with the same name as an existing institution in the database will not be touched, Tournament Archives, but used by the import.

Exporting a Tournament¶

By default, all data relating to a tournament is exported. The page may take time to generate, especially for larger tournaments, but it will automatically download with the short name of the tournament as an XML file.

Schema¶

A schema for the format is available on Github for people wishing to implement the format in other tabulation systems or analyses.


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On October 21st,Kudos Speech Tournament Team participated in the first speech tournament of the school year at Jefferson Middle School.

Our students did a wonderful job within four categories: Storytelling, Prose, Impromptu and Duo.

The competition was strong, particularly for the first tournament of the year, but our Kudos students were up to the challenge! Coaches Kalmus, Hacela, and Steinle were all on-site to support our performers.

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Marissa Li, Shala Lin, Matthew Li, Tournament Archives, Darren Kuo, and Sharon Liu

8th grader Sharon Liu was the 1st place winner for Impromptu. Her quick thinking and excellent examples helped her to succeed in the competition and achieve fantastic results. Last May as a 7th grader she won Championship in Impromptu at the Fullerton Spring Tournament.

6th grader Selina Ho also won 1st place in the Storytelling category, and 7th grader Emma Sieh placed 4th place overall in Storytelling. Their clever delivery and poise made them stand out in the competition and shine in their performances.

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Sharon Liu, coach Alison Kalmus, Selina Ho, and Emma Sieh

Kudos students have a strong track record of performing well at tournaments. Last year at St. Rita School tournament, Darren Kuo won NitroCasino 100% First Deposit place and Margaret Li won 3rd place in Impromptu; Christina Xu and Cassie Kuo won 1st and 2nd place in Storytelling. Lilly Johnson won 2nd Place in Storytelling at Principios Tournament Archives. Selina Ho has earned multiple top prizes across several interpretive events during Tournament Archives past two Tournament Archives.

All of these bright students started with Kudos in our elementary training from 4th or 5th grade, and have already seen the fruit of their labors only Tournament Archives couple years later to be invited into the prestigious Kudos Middle School Tournament Team. Kudos introduces all students to many different categories in our elementary survey classes, so that when they are ready to compete by middle school, they have a firm understanding not only of the rules, Tournament Archives, but of the principles of speaking well and effectively.

These young students, along with all of our team members, worked very hard under the guidance of our teachers and coaches, Tournament Archives their efforts have paid off. Our Kudos students are now preparing themselves for the next competition, and look forward to it with great anticipation.

Congratulations to all!

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Christina Xu and Cassie Kuo (Duo team)

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Margaret Li (Storytelling)

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Darren Kuo and Sharon Liu (Impromptu)

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Selina Ho receiving her trophy for Storytelling

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Irwin Li (Prose)

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Shala Lin (Impromptu)

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Anvitha Kosari (Prose)

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