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updated: 9/15/2012 9:03 PM

Junior Parola tops at Steeple Chase

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Derek Parola looked right at home playing on his home golf course.

The Mundelein junior, whose dad is Mundelein coach Todd Parola, shot an even-par 72 to earn medalist honors in the Mundelein invitational at Steeple Chase Golf Course on Saturday.

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Huntley -- which received 75s from Ryan Craig, Gage Jerab and Tyler Ross -- won the championship with a 302. Mundelein (305) finished three shots back in the seven-team field, while Vernon Hills (323) was third. Grayslake Central (329) was fourth and Lakes (340) fifth.

Runner-up Grant Heelan and Bret Cigelnik shot 74 and 79, respectively, for Mundelein. Chuck Mohr's 80 accounted for the Mustangs' fourth score.

Third-place Vernon Hills was led by the 79s carded by Eric Swanson and Chris Edwards.

Grayslake Central's Dan Choi had a 76 to finish sixth.

Mike Barry's 81 paced Lakes.

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