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CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT WINNERS - Front (l to r): First place finishers Michael and Ruben Baca. Rear: Third place finishers Brett Boles and Sal Nichols and second place finishers Paul Hinojos and Jason Abila.

Bacas take first in Beau Jack tourney

Brothers Michael and Ruben Baca captured first place by three strokes  on Sunday in the Championship Flight of the annual Beau Jack Memorial Day Tournament, held at the Reeves County Golf Course.

The two-day tournament attracted 42 teams in four flights, with the Top 10 pre-flighted teams entered in the Championship Flight. The Bacas used an opening round 64 to open up a four shot lead on Paul Hinojos and Jason Abila, and they were able to win with a round of 68 on Sunday for a 132 total. Hinojos and Abila shot a 67 and finished with a 135, while the team of Sal Nichols and Brett Boles placed third.

Boles and Nichols, who played on the Pecos Eaglesí golf team this past season and played as an amateur in the weekend tournament, shot a 69-71 for a 140 total over 36-holes of the windy,  best-ball tournament.

In the First Flight, Mike Harrison and Jimmy Lassiter shot a 71-70-141 to take first place,  while a three-hole playoff was needed to decide the second through fourth place spots. David Pierce and Kevin Ferrer shot a 70-75-145 and ended up winning second, while Gilbert Herrera and Jesse Anchondo, who had a 72-73-145 took third. The fourth place team of Terry Ott and Craig Davis also had rounds of 72 and 73 for the tournament.

In the morning flights, David and Donnie Bradley shot a 70 on Saturday, which helped them take first in the Second Flight with a 148 overall score, four strokes better than the second and third place teams. Jimmy Dutchover  and Frank Jimenez won a scorecard playoff over Michael Serrano and Chris Rivera. Dutchover and Jimenez shot rounds of 76 both days, while Serrano and Rivera shot a 72 on Saturday and an 80 on Sunday.

The Third Flgihtís top finishers, Jack Casimir and Corky Kizzar, actually had a better final score than the Second Flight winners. They shot a 72-75-147 for a one-stroke victory over Charlie Claburn and Jerry McDonald, who finished with a 73-75-148 total. Placing third were Bill Cooksey and Gary Dyer with a 77-80-157 total.

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