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Catrina Allen out of Tennessee puts on a late surge and wins the women's event on a tiebreaker hole

OUTLOOK PHOTO: DAVID BALL - Eagle McMahon out of Boulder, Colo., sends a putt fling toward the cage during Sunday's final round at the Beaver State Fling. He won the men's pro division by two swings.



BEAVER STATE FLING
Men's Pro Division

Player (top 5) Score
1. Eagle McMahon, Colo.
213
2. Paul Ulibarri, Ariz.
215
t3. Kevin Jones, Ark.
217
t3. Garrett Gurthie, Fla.
217
* five players tied for 5th
218


Eagle McMahon out of Boulder, Colo., won the men's pro tournament with a four-round total of 215, holding off Paul Ulibarri out of Scottsdale, Ariz., by two strokes.

Ulibarri hurt his chances with a late double-bogey on the 16th cage, while McMahon tallied pars across the final four holes. He didn't suffer a bogey over the final 36 holes of the weekend.

McMahon also moved to the top of the Pro Disc Golf Association Tour standings with two events left in the season.



BEAVER STATE FLING
Women's Pro Division

Player (top 5) Score
1. Catrina Allen, Tenn.
250
2. Paige Pierce, Tex.
250
3. Valarie Jenkins, Bend
253
t4. Sarah Hokom, Calif.
260
t4. Vanessa Van Dyken
260
* Allen wins on tiebreaker hole
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• Catrina Allen out of Madison, Tenn., won the women's pro event beating Paige Pierce out of Plano, Tex., in a one-hole playoff.

Pierce held a three-stroke lead with three holes to play, but Allen got back-to-back birdies on 16 and 17, then watched Pierce double-bogey the final hole to earn a chance in the tiebreaker. Both players finished with 250 scores through regulation.

Valarie Jenkins out of Bend finished third with a 253.

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