November 27, 1992
Kellee Booth of Coto de Caza shot a first-round 78 Thursday and trails leader Betty Chen of Canada by two strokes in the American Junior Golf Assn. Rolex Junior tournament at Tucson. Booth shot a 37 on the back nine of the par-72, 5,825-yard course at the La Paloma Country Club to finish the first round in second place. Eunice Choi of Dove Canyon had a first-round 81 and Alicia Allison of Santa Ana shot an 86.
July 9, 1993
Kellee Booth of Coto de Caza shot a two-over-par 74 Thursday to retain a share of the lead in the girls' division after two rounds of the Wilson Geneva National Junior Golf Championship in Lake Geneva, Wis. Heather Graff of Kennewick, Wash., shot a second-round 73 to move into tie with Booth at 146. The two are five shots ahead of their closest pursuers.
August 7, 1992
Alicia Allison of Santa Ana and Kellee Booth of Coto de Caza each won two matches Thursday to advance to a semifinal matchup today in the USGA Girls' Junior Championship at Indianapolis. Allison, who reached the semifinals in 1991 before losing, defeated Kelli Kuehne of Dallas, 3 and 1, and Jenny Gray of Martinsville, Ind., 5 and 3. Booth eliminated Megan Madeo of Hilo, Hawaii, 2 up, and Grace Park of Honolulu, 5 and 4.
July 7, 1993
Alicia Allison of Santa Ana is two strokes off the lead after shooting a two-over-par 74 Tuesday at the Las Vegas Founders' Legacy junior tournament conducted by the American Junior Golf Assn. Allison, tied with three others for third place, trails leader Allison Wilson of North Hollywood after the first round of the girls' 13-14 division on the 5,763-yard Legacy Golf Club course in Henderson, Nev.
October 12, 1994 |
Alicia Allison of Duke, a former Foothill High standout, shot a 1-under 72 to take a two-stroke lead after one round in the women's competition of the U.S.-Japan Intercollegiate golf championship in Tanaguramachi, Japan. . . . The Milwaukee Bucks, still negotiating with No. 1 draft pick Glenn Robinson, signed 6-11 center Eric Mobley, the 18th pick, to a four-year contract worth $4.64 million.
October 27, 1993
Coto de Caza's Kellee Booth has been named the Rolex girls' junior golfer of the year for the second consecutive time by the American Junior Golf Assn. Booth, a senior at Santa Margarita High, won nine events in 1993, including the USGA Girls' Junior. Cypress' Tiger Woods, a former boys' player of the year, was named first-team All-American. Santa Ana's Alicia Allison and Chris Berry of Yorba Linda were second-team selections.