Jack Townsend of San Diego came from two strokes down in the final round to win the Coronado City Championship by two strokes over Amadeo Figus of Italy at Coronado Municipal Golf Course www.golfcoronado.com.
Townsend, a junior at Scripps Ranch High who also won the Sean O’Hair Heritage and the Mickelson Junior Players earlier this year in addition to the 2018 Craig Stadler Junior, carded a score of 70-67—137, seven-under-par.
The 16-year-old Towsend has committed to San Diego State.
Figus finished at 68-71—139 and Forbes Collins of Lake Forest was third at 72-70—142.
Adam Power of Henderson, Nev., shot 72-71—143 to tie for fourth with Simone Colozza of Italy, who finished at 74-69—143, while John Rudolph of San Diego was sixth at 74-70—144, followed by Blake Iwaisako of Carlsbad at 71-74—145.
James Bragger of Duarte totaled 72-74—146 to tie for eighth with defending champion Mark Williams of La Quinta, who wound up at 73-73—146, and Jackson Moss of San Diego, who came in at 72-74—146.
Jon Reilly of San Diego captured the Senior Division by turning back 2017 Coronado Senior champion John Hoffman, also of San Diego, on the first playoff hole after both finished at 1-under 143, seven shots ahead of the third-place finisher Tony Ralph of Sunnyvale.