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Local Roundup: Andersson qualifies for U.S. Open

Sofie Andersson, an Avila Beach resident, qualified for the U.S. Women’s Open on Monday afternoon.

Andersson, a former Cal standout who has played on the Duramed Futures Tour since 2007, shot two rounds of 75 to card a 150 at a regional qualifier at Corral de Tierra Country Club.

The Open will be played at the Oakmont Country Club on July 8-11.

Mission Prep's Hurwitz honored

Mission Prep senior Ray Hurwitz, a three-sport star for the Royals, has been named by the California Interscholastic Federation as its Farmers Central Section Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

Hurwitz was to be awarded a plaque and a $2,000 check at the Royal Day Celebration at Mission Prep on Monday.

Hurwitz, who has maintained a 4.56 grade-point average and is ranked No. 1 in his class, earned first-team all-East Sierra League honors this past season in football while helping lead the Royals to a league championship. He also played a key role in helping Mission Prep’s boys basketball team reach the Central Section Division V title game this year and has been a four-year varsity starter in baseball.

Hurwitz is currently deciding to attend either Harvey Mudd or Yale, according to a school-issued news release.

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