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NOTEWORTHY

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James Imai of Brookline High School, takes his shot on the 18th hole, in Division 1 state golf champion, at Haverhill Country Club, Monday, November 6, 2017. Mark Lorenz for the Boston Globe.
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James Imai of Brookline rallied to win his second Massachusetts Junior Amateur Championship.
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IDELSON TAVERAS

IDELSON TAVERAS

LAWRENCE

A rising sophomore at Southern New Hampshire, the lefthanded-hitting outfielder helped the Worcester Bravehearts earn a share of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League title, hitting .385 in the playoffs, with five runs scored, three walks, and a stolen base.

JAMES IMAI

BROOKINE

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Down 3 through 12 holes, the 17-year-old Brookline High senior rallied to defeat Needham’s David Rogers in 22 holes to capture the 100th Massachusetts Junior Amateur Championship at Belmont Country Club. He also won the 2016 Junior Am.

REBECCA SKOLER

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NEEDHAM

A junior at Beaver Country Day, the 16-year-old Skoler recorded a 6-over par 152 at Framingham Country Club to earn a one-stroke win over Boston Latin’s Anne Walsh at the Massachusetts Girls’ Junior Amateur at Framingham Country Club.

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Rebecca Skoller earned a one-stroke victory in the Massachusetts Girls’ Junior Amateur.