The event is an Open tournament put on by the American Junior Golf Assn.
Tubert shot rounds of 75, 76 and 70 for a total of 221. She finished seven shots behind Alex Stewart of Peoria, Ariz. (73-68-73—214).
"It was nice to finish tied for second at my last official AJGA event," said Emily Tubert, who was an honorable mention Rolex Junior All-American and will be playing for University of Arkansas in the fall. "I've had a great summer so far, it's been a lot of intense golf, so it was good to come to a smaller event and finish well."
The McArthur Towel & Sports Future Legends is a 54-hole stroke-play tournament. The tournament field consisted of 120 boys and girls, ages 12-18, from 16 states. The girls' division played at 5,970 yards.
Last month, Tubert, a two-time All-Area Girls' Golfer of the Year and Pacific League champion, won the 2010 U.S Women's Amateur Public Links Championship.
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It was a fine accomplishment for the organization, which was taking part in the prestigious event for the first time.
The students competed with more than 4,000 athletes from around the country in various events, with age groups ranging from 6 to 72. The competition serves as qualifying events for a number of other national competitions
Leading the way was Kathy Rodriguez, who won four medals. Along with three golds in Sports Poomsae, World Class Sparring, and Pairs Competition, she also captured a bronze in Poomsae Team Trials.
In Poomsae (forms competition), DP Sabado, Kayla Malicdem, Justine Quilitorio and Micah Macasaet won gold, and Gabriel Quilitorio, Daniel Solar and Lex Perinion were awarded silver medals.
In the Sports Poomsae, Amber Rodriguez won gold and Todd Lavilla won silver.
In World Class Sparring, Macasaet won Gold and Adriane Lavilla took home gold in Pairs Competition.