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Girls state golf tees off early Tuesday at Royal Kaanapali
April 30, 2013 - Robert Collias
A run of four state tournaments on Maui in a 12-day span — unprecedented for the Valley Isle — starts Tuesday morning at 6:45 with the first of two rounds of the David Ishii Foundation girls state golf tournament at the Royal Kaanapali Golf Course.
The first group includes Lisa Kang of Mid-Pacific Institute, Shantel Antonio of Kamehameha Big Island, and Stephanie Koza of Mililani.
Mauians to watch include MIL champion Kristeena Locke, a freshman from Maui High who tees off at 9:27; Baldwin's Marissa Uradomo, the 2012 MIL champion and this year's runner-up who is headed to Indiana State on a golf scholarship, in the 8:24 group; Jasmine Cabajar, another Maui High freshman who was third in the MIL individual tournament in the 6:54 trio; and Kimberlie Miyamoto of Baldwin, who starts at 7:48.
Defending state champion Kacie Komoto of Punahou is in the 7:30 group that also includes Maui High's Taylor Akamine.
The complete list of tee times is available right here.
Of course we will be there for full coverage. The 36-hole tournament ends with similar start times on Wednesday, with the leaders going off last — Tuesday's final tee time is 9:54 and includes Baldwin's Lydia Higa.
MIL team champion Baldwin finished fourth last year, and if things go right, could contend this week.
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