Peggy Berniard fired a 152 to win the BenGals Ladies Golf Association club championship last week at Greystone Golf Club.

Ginger Covington (178) won the first flight, followed by Dee Dee Becnel (185).

Suzie Davis (198) captured the second flight, followed by Michelle Remington-Remø (199) and Emmie Denham (212).

In the first-day special events, Berniard was the closest to the pin winner and lowest putts winner with a 30. Becnel had the most accurate drive.

Youth golf

Clark wins USSSA title after three-way playoff: Lafayette’s Canon Clark won the 9-11 boys age group title in the Mizuno USSSA Louisiana Golf Tour’s Back 2 School Classic at Tamahka Trails in Marksville.

Clark, Kale Fontenot and Jay Mendell, all of Lafayette, finished regulation tied at 83. Fontenot bogeyed the first hole, allowing Mendell and Clark to advance to the sixth playoff hole. There, Mendell bogeyed, allowing Clark to par the hole and take the win.

Boyd Owens of Baton Rouge and Bryce Sutterfield tied for fourth after shooting 88 in the two-round 18-hole event.

Caroline Covington of Denham Springs (187) won the girls 12-14 championship.

In the boys 15-18 division, New Iberia’s Austin Judice finished second (157) behind Colton Ryan of Benton (70).

Youth boxing

Lavarine wins national title: Metairie’s Alexis Lavarine won by unanimous decision over Nykeria Gissendaner in a 114-pound semifinal open division bout at the Title National Boxing Championships on Saturday in Doraville, Georgia.

Moments after the victory, Lavarine (14-2) learned the opponent she was expected to meet in the final, Tyriona Hankinson, pulled out of the competition, and Lavarine was awarded the championship.

Lavarine, 12, owns five national and two world boxing titles. She is a seventh-grader at T.H. Harris Middle School.