McCulla hangs on to win division title
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McCulla hangs on to win division title

QUINCY -- Alex McCulla thought his missed par putt on his final hole was going to force a playoff. It turned out he was sitting on a one-shot lead. "I had the math wrong in my head," McCulla said. "I was a little nervous knowing that was for the win." Sett

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