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Beverly repeats as Fairfield City Amateur golf champion

By From page B1 | August 13, 2014

Aaron Beverly, right, stands next to Daryl Parenteau, head golf professional for Paradise Valley Golf Course after repeating as winner of the Fairfield City Amateur golf championship with rounds of 70 both Saturday and Sunday. (Courtesy photo)

FAIRFIELD — Showing the steadiness of a defending champion, Aaron Beverly repeated as Fairfield City Amateur Championship winner with back-to-back rounds of 2-under par 70 at Rancho Solano and Paradise Valley golf courses, Saturday and Sunday.

Beverly, who’s an Armijo High graduate and a member of the Sacramento State University men’s golf team, also won the 2012 Fairfield City Junior Championship title.

Peyton Smith finished second, three shots back of Beverly at 143, followed by Regan Kilpatrick and John McCord at 145. There were 50 participants in the Championship Division.

Jack Anthony won the Senior Division crown with a 149.

“We are pleased with the turnout of this event and we couldn’t be happier with Aaron Beverly’s consistent play,” Rich Cessna, Rancho Solano and Paradise Valley general manager, said in a release. “It’s been exciting to watch the growth of Aaron’s game from the Fairfield Junior Golf program to what it is today.”

Daily Republic staff

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