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Austin Dominates State Golf, State Tennis

Updated: Tuesday, April 30 2013, 10:57 PM CDT
What a day for the golf and tennis stars of Austin.

A bundle of Austin high schoolers took home state championships. 

Westwood's Miguel Alda led off the day with a comeback win in the 5A state title match.  After falling in set one 6-2, Alda came back to win in 3 … as did the Westlake mixed doubles team of Casey Sutton and Clayton Neiss.  Sutton won her second straight mixed doubles title, Neiss his first – with emotion. 

The Lake Travis girls' doubles team of Ryan Brown and Courtney Schulte lost in the final in 3 sets. 

In golf Lake Travis won the 5A title in both girls and boys – capped off by a stunning finish to Klein Klotz's career.  Playing in a playoff for second place, Klotz dropped in a hole-in-one to claim second – just another big moment in a big day for the Cavaliers.

Results are below – congrats to all!

Boys 4A Golf
    Cedar Park 2nd     (Jordan Sanders – tied 7th)
    Vandegrift 3rd    (William Sanders – tied 10th)

Girls 4A Golf
    Cedar Park 3rd     (Dana Clary – tied 2nd, lost in playoff)
Vandegrift – 6th
•    Hays' Lindsay McCurdy finished 4th

Boys 5A Golf
    Lake Travis – 1st (Klein Klotz – 2nd, hole in one to win playoff)
•    Jake Ezell fired final round 66

Girls 5A Golf
    Lake Travis – 1st    (Julia Beck – 7th)
    Westlake – 2nd     (Sierra Sims – 2nd)Austin Dominates State Golf, State Tennis


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