Thanksgiving riot shows dangers at Maryland mental hospitals

UCI's Pete Fernandez wins Long Beach City Championship

Pete Fernandez of UC Irvine won the 43rd annual Long Beach Men's City Championship that concluded Sunday.

Fernandez, a Costa Mesa resident who will be a junior with the Anteaters' men's golf program this fall, finished with a 54-hole total of 16-under-par 200 (67-62-71), one shot ahead of Joey Kron of Coto de Caza in the tournament's championship flight.

Fernandez, who shot a 10-under 62 in the second round at Recreation Park Saturday, had a final round of 71 at Skylinks Golf Course, including two-under over the final five holes.

He finished fourth in the event a year ago and with this victory earned an automatic berth in the Long Beach Open July 25-28.

Fernandez was an All-Big West Conference second-team selection for the Anteaters last season when he had a 74.06 average and four top-10 finishes.

Jake Knapp, a former Estancia High standout who plays for UCLA, finished tied for 25th (72-65-75—212) in the championship flight.

UCI's Jacob Schulze, a Huntington Beach resident, finished tied for 20th (72-64-74—210) and Bhuvan Potluri was T25th (73-68-71—212). Ryan Knapp, a former Estancia High standout who plays for UCI, was T57 with a three-round total of (71-74-73) 218, along with Costa Mesa's Bryce Sheridan (71-69-78).

Costa Mesa residents Jordan Gold (69-74-71) and Yuya Okada (71-73-70) tied for 34th at 214.

— From staff reports

Copyright © 2016, The Baltimore Sun, a Baltimore Sun Media Group publication | Place an Ad