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The father-son team of Dr. Robert and Stephen Gatewood won the GCC Foundation Par Excellence Golf Tournament on Saturday, October 4 at LeoPalace Resort, taking home two round-trip airline tickets courtesy of sponsor Delta Airlines with their low net of 69.4.

PRESS RELEASE – The father-son team of Dr. Robert and Stephen Gatewood won the GCC Foundation Par Excellence Golf Tournament on Saturday, October 4 at LeoPalace Resort, taking home two round-trip airline tickets courtesy of sponsor Delta Airlines with their low net of 69.4. Second place finishers Jake Barnes and Mike Castro were just two tenths of a point behind the Gatewoods with a team score of 69.6. Joey Perez and Kenny Sanchez finished third in the tournament, shooting 70.4.

The Low Gross score of 63 went to Jose Perez and Ed Castro, while the Wild Card winners were Jermaine Alerta and Joe San Agustin, who shot a team score of 74.6

The annual golf tournament raises funds for $1,000 scholarships for ten Guam Community College students and for CIP projects on the GCC campus. The scholarship recipients assisted at the tournament on Saturday.

GCC Foundation scholarship recipients (front row from left) Janessa Roman, Abhay Godhania, Jaricel Roman, Naomi San Nicolas, and (back row) Liezel Tiples, Flori-Anne delaCruz, Eric Salas, Momoko Miranda, Anthony Reyes, and Dayanara Flores, along with tournament director Greg Manglona and Carmen Kwek Santos, CPA, GCC VP of Finance & Administration, pose for a picture at the GCC Foundation Par Excellence Golf Tournament banquet Saturday, Oct. 4, at LeoPalace Resort. Proceeds from the tournament provided each recipient with a $1,000 scholarship.

GCC Foundation scholarship recipients (front row from left) Janessa Roman, Abhay Godhania, Jaricel Roman, Naomi San Nicolas, and (back row) Liezel Tiples, Flori-Anne delaCruz, Eric Salas, Momoko Miranda, Anthony Reyes, and Dayanara Flores, along with tournament director Greg Manglona and Carmen Kwek Santos, CPA, GCC VP of Finance & Administration, pose for a picture at the GCC Foundation Par Excellence Golf Tournament banquet Saturday, Oct. 4, at LeoPalace Resort. Proceeds from the tournament provided each recipient with a $1,000 scholarship.

For more information, contact Jayne Flores, GCC Asst. Director of Communications & Promotions, at 735-5638 (office), 483-6409 (cell), or via email at jayne.flores@guamcc.edu.

·P.O. Box 23069, Barrigada, Guam 96921 ·Phone: (671) 735-5700/638 ·Fax: (671) 734-1003

·Website: www.guamcc.edu

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