Palo Alto’s Lauren Sung won the 16th and 17th holes to take down No. 1 seed Kaylyn Noh, of Rocklin, and advance to the quarterfinals of the California Women’s Amateur on Thursday at La Cumbre Country Club.

Down by two holes, Cal-Berkeley’s Noh pulled even with Sung in the Round of 16 match with a birdie on the par-4 14th hole followed by a par-4 on No. 15.

Noh parred the 16th, but Sung sank a birdie putt to go 1-up. On 17, Noh bogeyed while Sung made par to clinch a 2 and 1 victory.

Sung, a University of Michigan golf team member, won the Pacific Northwest Women’s Amateur two weeks ago in Olympia, Wash.

Three other matches were decided 2 and 1 scores; Tiffany Le (Covina) defeated Mayumi Umezu (San Diego), Madelyn Gamble (Pleasant Hill) topped Natalie Vo (San Jose) and Kate Villegas (Arcadia) beat Daniela Burgos (Augusta, Ga.).

In the match between Jasmine Leovao (Oceanside) and Kaylee Sakoda (Cypress), Leovao won 1-up with a bogey on the par-4 18th.

In other matches, Kylee Choi (Murrieta) defeated Breann Horn (Lakeside), 3 and 2, Taylor Riley (San Diego) beat Ashley Yun (West Covina), 4 and 3, and Zoe Campos (Valencia) topped Kiana Briggs (Novato) 5 and 4.

Friday’s quarterfinal matchups:

Lauren Sung vs. Tiffany Le, 7:40 a.m.

Breann Horn vs. Jasmine Leovao, 7:40

Taylor Riley vs. Madelyn Gamble, 7:50

Zoe Campos vs. Kate Villegas, 8 a.m.

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