Mark Jansen of Robinson eliminated Hunter Albright of Langley on the third extra hole yesterday to gain the final of the 54th Frank Emmet Schoolboy Golf Championship at Country Club of Fairfax.

Jansen will play Wally Coulther of McNamara in this morning's 8:30 final, scheduled for 18 holes. Jansen eliminated Mike Bousselaire of Lee, 4 and 3, in his morning quarterfinal.

In his afternoon semifinal match against Albright, Jansen trailed by one shot going to the 18th hole, but squared the match by making a five-foot par on the 18th green, forcing extra holes.

Albright had a chance to win the match on the second extra hole, but his three-foot par putt rimmed the cup and spun out. "I thought he was going to make that," said a relieved Jansen. "Luckily, he didn't."

Given new life, Jansen parred the par-4 21st hole for victory. Albright pushed his drive into a hazard and played his second shot short of the green, but he took bogey.

Coulther eliminated two-time Maryland Junior champion Alan Myers of Severna Park, 5 and 4, in the quarterfinals.

In the semifinals, Coulther ousted Greg Hamlett of Parkdale, 4 and 3. Hamlett, who is 5 feet 5 and 105 pounds, had eliminated defending champion John Hurst and Worsham finalist David Santoro in the first two rounds.

In a morning quarterfinal yesterday, Hamlett beat Kevin Dillard of Robinson, 4 and 3. Dillard had beaten last year's junior player of the year, David Patterson of Dulaney (Baltimore), in the second round.

Coulther was in control against Hamlett, winning the 10th and 11th holes with par for a 3-up lead, and he won with little trouble.

"He {Hamlett} can wear you down," Coulther said. "He's hitting it straight while the other guy is hitting it long and not in the fairway." In his quarterfinal, Albright eliminated John Brunner of Bowie in 19 holes.