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The Hershey Classic presented by IJGA – Final results

Nicholas Performs in Playoff

Clark and Lees capture back to back victories 

HERSHEY, Pa. – The International Junior Golf Tour (IJGT) hosted the Hershey Classic on May 10-11, 2014 on the East Course at Hershey Country Club. Weather in round one included rain showers and a 30-minute delay, eventually forcing some golfers to be postponed until 8:00 a.m. the next morning. The weather for the final round made up for it however, with temperatures reaching into the high 70s. The field of 112 juniors came out to compete for IJGT Merit Points and national rankings, as well as an invite to the IJGT’s Bridgestone Tournament of Champions to be played at Grand Cypress Resort on May 24-26, 2014.

NICHOLASIn the Boys 15-19 Division, James Nicholas of Scarsdale, N.Y., won the division in a four-hole playoff. In the final round, on hole no. nine, Nicholas’ final hole, he sank a 20-foot putt to force a playoff with Dylan Stein of Flemington, N.J. The tension was high during the playoff as both players refused to go down without a fight. Stein got up-and-down for par on the first playoff hole, hole no. 10. Then, Nicholas got up-and-down on the next hole to save par. On hole 12, Nicholas sunk a lengthy par putt to tie Stein again. The battle came to an end on the 183 yard par-3, when Nicholas made a par. Nicholas’ performance in the four-hole playoff earned him his fourth IJGT Championship of the season. His numbers for the weekend were 76-75—151.

When asked about his 20-foot putt to head into a playoff, Nicholas described the shot by saying, “ Coming down the final stretch, I knew I had to make [a putt], I had a little downhill slider. I put a good pace on it and it just kind of trickled in.”

Stein finished in second place after the playoff with scores of 73-78—151. There was a tie for third place between William Voetsch of New Vernon, N.J., and Matthew Pulgini of Middletown, Del. Voetsch posted scores of 79-74—153 while Pulgini posted scores of 75-78—153. Voetsch’s score of 74 during the final round earned him the Clazic Belts Low Final Round Award. This award goes to the player that shoots the lowest score during the final round of the tournament. Also earning the Clazic Belts Low Final Round Award was Jake Reilly of Hershey, Pa., who posted scores of 82-74—156.

LeesIn the Girls Division, Kaitlyn Lees of Bryn Mawr, Pa., took home her second IJGT Championship this season by carding scores of 84-78–162.  Lees improved her score from round one to round two by a total of six strokes. In the final round, Lees made par on 10 different holes and added a birdie on the par-3 hole no. eight. Every time Lees made bogey in round two, she always answered back with a par. This marks her third top-10 finish this season, and her second IJGT Championship. Lees’ score of 78 won her the Clazic Belts Low Final Round Award.

When asked what worked well for her during the final round, Lees said, “My short game was a lot better today, and I was able to make the short putts for par.”

Finishing in second place was Carley Hopton of Madison, N.J., who posted scores of 83-82—165. In third place was Alyssa Schiera of West Windsor, N.J., who finished with scores of 84-84—168.

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CLARKIn the Boys 14 & Under Division, Lukas Clark of Holland, Pa., won the division, posting scores of 78-77—155.  Clark’s victory earned him back-to-back wins at his last two IJGT events. He played consistently all weekend carding one birdie through 36-holes . He made par at 13 holes during his final round, including a streak of five in a row to close out his round. Throughout the two rounds, Clark totaled 24 pars through 36-holes. His numbers of 78-77—155 won the division by a total of five strokes.

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When asked about how the course played to his advantage, Clark commented, “Greens were rolling really nice. I was just getting close and tapping it in. I wasn’t really going for birdies, just pars and that worked out for me.”

Cole Gibson of Chevy Chase, Md., finished in second place posting scores of 83-77—160. In third place, was West Shaw of Alexandria, Va., who put up scores of 79-82—161.

The IJGT’s next event will be the Jersey Shootout on May 17-18, 2014. To sign up for this event, or others, visit IJGT.com or call (843) 785-2444.

About the IJGT

The IJGT provides exceptional junior golfers with the opportunity to develop and showcase their competitive skills while setting high standards to preserve the traditions and integrity of the game.  As a tour that operates primarily throughout the academic year, the IJGT hosts approximately 60 tournaments annually. In addition, the IJGT hosts three international events.   Each event provides multi-day competition for junior golfers of all skill levels ages 9-19.  Players representing 45 states and 43 countries around the world regularly compete in events at venues such as TPC Sawgrass, Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, Kiawah Island Resort, and Harbour Town Golf Links.  Official partners of the IJGT include Bridgestone Golf, Dynamic Brands, Clazic Belts, Oakley, Sun Mountain, The First Tee, Golfweek, College Golf Camps, PURE Grips, and the International Junior Golf Academy.

 

To obtain more information about the IJGT, please visit www.IJGT.com or call (800) 792-9143.

 

 

HERSHEY, Pa. – Final-round results of the IJGT Hershey Classic presented by the IJGA conducted by the International Junior Golf Tour completed May 11, 2014. Boys 15-19 Division: Blue Tees – 6,748 yards, Par 71 (73.5/136) Boys 14 & Under Division: White Tees – 6,188 yards, Par 71 (70.2/131) Girls Division: Gold Tees – 5,901 yards, Par 71 (75.0/131)

 

Weather:          Saturday: Raining with temperatures in the low 70’s with 15-20 mph winds

Sunday: Sunny with temperatures in the high 70’s with 10-15 mph winds

 

International Junior Golf Tour

Hershey Classic presented by the IJGA

Hershey, Pa.

May 10-11, 2014

 

Boys 15- 19 Division (Blue tees) East Course: 6,748 yards, par 71

1. x-James Nicholas, Scarsdale, NY *76-75–151

2. Dylan Stein, Flemington, NJ *73-78–151

3. William Voetsch, New Vernon, NJ *79-74–153

3. Matthew Pulgini, Middletown, DE *75-78–153

5. Nick Geiman, York, PA *72-82–154

6. Andrew Reynolds, Pittsburgh, PA *79-76–155

6. Reid Bedell, Fair Haven, NJ *78-77–155

8. Jake Reilly, Hershey, PA *82-74–156

9. Jake Trotta, Harrison, NY *78-80–158

9. Benjamin Morgret, Venetia, PA *77-81–158

9. Luke Barnard, Ridgewood, NJ *82-76–158

9. Connor Schmidt, Venetia, PA *80-78–158

13. Chris Cerminaro, Carbondale, PA *81-78–159

13. Jake Niedosik, Lansdale, PA *78-81–159

13. Will Robinson, Pittsburgh, PA *81-78–159

16. Ben Lieberman, Potomac, MD *80-81–161

17. Mark Goetz, Irwin, PA *82-80–162

17. Austin Green, Fayetteville, PA *79-83–162

19. Benjamin Kotler, Penn Valley, PA *86-77–163

19. Colin Patrick, Newtown, CT *87-76–163

19. Brandon Raihl, Wernersville, PA *82-81–163

22. Richard Riva III, Lancaster, PA *80-84–164

23. Kevin May, Baltimore, MD *83-82–165

23. Will Lusk, Venetia, PA *85-80–165

25. Tommy Hayes, Long Valley, NJ *80-86–166

26. Patrick McDonnell, Pittsburgh, PA *89-78–167

26. Connor Daly, Bronxville, NY *86-81–167

26. Kyle Grube, Indiana, PA *86-81–167

26. Matt Friday, Pittsburgh, PA *88-79–167

26. Luke McKeogh, Warminster, PA *83-84–167

26. Wynn Geis, Lutherville, MD *82-85–167

32. Peter Bradbeer, Rosemont, PA *85-83–168

32. Ethan Means, Landenberg, PA *83-85–168

34. Anthony Cordaro, Pittsburgh, PA *82-87–169

34. John Abbott, Hummelstown, PA *88-81–169

36. Josh Huhn, Wexford, PA *86-84–170

36. Max Pollack, Pittsburgh, PA *84-86–170

36. Christopher Nolte, Arnold, MD *85-85–170

36. Jb Bradbeer, Rosemont, PA *84-86–170

40. Benjamin Morris, Reisterstown, MD *90-81–171

40. Adam Gray, Potomac, MD *85-86–171

40. Jairus Gaines, Baltimore, MD *83-88–171

40. Martin Jensen, Bronxville, NY *88-83–171

40. James Wolfangel, Flemington, NJ *84-87–171

45. David Rice, Pittsburgh, PA *83-89–172

46. Matt McCord, Titusville, PA *86-87–173

46. Michael Bushman, North Potomac, MD *84-89–173

46. Nate Yackovich, Gibsonia, PA *84-89–173

49. Troy Thierolf, Doylestown, PA *86-88–174

49. Matthew Marino, Malvern, PA *85-89–174

51. James Pelcher, Baldwinsville, NY *84-91–175

51. Thomas Dzwonczyk, North Abington Township, PA *87-88–175

53. Ryan Koenig, Cranberry Twp., PA *92-85–177

53. Peter Kissinger, Elizabethtown, PA *86-91–177

55. Steve DePasquale, Massapequa, NY *88-90–178

55. Richard Vanni, Philadelphia, PA *93-85–178

55. Trip Smith, Phoenix, MD *90-88–178

58. David Mrazik, Wexford, PA *90-89–179

58. Robert Shaner, Fort Lee, NJ *88-91–179

60. Max Siegfried, Villanova, PA *92-88–180

61. Hunter Duriez, Northern Cambria, PA *90-94–184

61. Isaac Wood, Hollidaysburg, PA *94-90–184

63. John Geppert, Mendham, NJ *92-99–191

64. Tyler Derr, Camp Hill, PA *92-101–193

65. Adam Miller, Silver Spring, MD *103-108–211

 

DID NOT FINISH

 

Kyle Detling, Sparks, MD *DQ(Rule 6-3a)

Caleb Bryant, New Freedom, PA *JWD

 

Boys 14 & Under Division (White tees) East Course: 6,188 yards, par 71

1. Lukas Clark, Holland, PA *78-77--155
2. Cole Gibson, Chevy Chase, MD *83-77--160
3. West Shaw, Alexandria, VA *79-82--161
4. Evan Brown, Chadds Ford, PA, *80-83--163
4. Brian Isztwan, Huntingdon Valley, PA *79-84--163
6. Alex Lawson, Pittsburgh, PA *84-80--164
6. Mac Webster, Baltimore, MD *79-85--164
8. Matthew Davis, Newtown Square, PA *79-86--165
8. Jack ODonovan, Pittsford, NY *83-82--165
10. Dylan Plis, Camillus, NY *86-81--167
10. Matthew Dzialga, Greenwich, CT *85-82--167
12. Jon Nolan Perry, Berwyn, PA *90-78--168
13. Joshua Pfaff, Harrisburg, PA *86-84--170
13. David Goldstein, Roslyn Heights, NY *84-86--170
15. Campbell Wolf, Enola, PA *89-83--172
16. Garrett Engle, Harrisburg, PA *86-88--174
17. Marc Groenhuysen, West Chester, PA *91-84--175
17. Luke Sample, New York, NY *87-88--175
19. Jude Cummings, Pittsford, NY *90-94--184
20. Jack Merrill, Old Greenwich, CT *98-102--200
21. Matthew Hird, Hunt Valley, MD *102-101--203

 

Girls Division (Gold tees) East Course: 5,901 yards, par 71

1. Kaitlyn Lees, Bryn Mawr, PA *84-78--162
2. Carley Hopton, Madison, NJ *83-82--165
3. Alyssa Schiera, West Windsor, NJ *84-84--168
4. Haley Carr, Waldorf, MD *84-85--169
5. Julianne Lee, York, PA *84-86--170
6. Marah Penn, Hamburg, NY *83-88--171
7. Kate Evanko, West Chester, PA *84-89--173
7. Jessie Kweon, Little Neck, NY *82-91--173
9. Samantha Fritzinger, Zionsville, PA *81-93--174
10. Anessa Amin, Easton, PA *87-88--175
10. Charlotte Simpson, Towson, MD *84-91--175
12. Madeline Sager, Kimberton, PA *89-87--176
12. Danielle Greene, East Setauket, NY *92-84--176
14. Synclaire Kuhn, McMurray, PA *87-90--177
15. Emily Gilbert, Gilbertsville, PA *91-87--178
16. Katie Walsh, Baldwinsville, NY *92-88--180
17. Rebecca Markunas, Glendale, NY *90-97--187
18. Sabrina Reilly, Hershey, PA *89-102--191
19. Katie Dzialga, Greenwich, CT *99-97--196
20. Maddie Noonan, Myerstown, PA *114-118--232

 

 

IJGT College Series at University of Maryland – Final Results

Berry wins the College Series at the University of Maryland

Freed rides hot start to victory

COLLEGE PARK, Md. – The International Junior Golf Tour’s (IJGT) Northeast Tour was in College Park, Md., on Oct. 5-6 for the College Series at the University of Maryland. The two-day, 36-hole tournament was contested at the University of Maryland Golf Course, with players competing for national rankings and IJGT Merit Points. The field consisted of 62 players, ages 10-19, representing five states and two countries.

The University of Maryland Golf Course sits directly across the street from the school’s campus and 10 miles from Washington D.C. Opened in 1959, the par-71 course is a George W. Cobb design. Cobb also designed the par-3 course at Augusta and Quail Hollow in Charlotte, N.C. His design at the University of Maryland features tree-lined fairways, a number of long par-4s and par-3s, and great views of the Maryland campus. The course, which tips out at over 7,000 yards, was played from 5,875 yards for the Girls Division, 6,162 for the Boys 14 & Under Division, and 6,694 for the Boys 15-19 Division. The players were greeted by unusually warm October weather, as temperatures reached the mid 80s on both days.

The Boys 15-19 Division came down to the wire for the second consecutive week. Brandon Berry of Great Falls, Va., came out victorious with a one-stroke victory over Walter Egloff of Chevy Chase, Md., and Luke Schaap of Potomac, Md. Berry finished with a 3-over-par 145 for the two-day tournament.

berryThe first round was filled with lots of great golf and low scores. Berry had a tough time with the front nine, as he shot a 3-over-par 38. He recovered on the back, carding two birdies and one bogey on his way to a 1-under 35 to finish the day with a 73.

Blake Micholas of Potomac, Md., was the leader after day one, shooting a 1-over-par 72. Micholas’s round was highlighted by birdies on holes Nos. 1, 7, and 14. Micholas and Berry were part of a group of nine players within two strokes of the lead after the first round. Joining the two were Brendan Bacskai (73) of Berwyn, Pa., Jordan Bobb (74) of Rockville, Md., Will Byrne (74) of McLean, Va., Nicholas Infanti (74) of Clarksburg, Md., Rij Patel (74) of Hunt Valley, Md., David Ross (74) of Lorton Va., and Schaap (74), setting up for an entertaining final round.

The front nine proved to be the tougher nine for the second straight day, as no player was able to separate themselves at the top. Only Gary McCabe of Collegeville, Pa., was able to break par, as he finished with a 1-under-par 34, to join Ross, who did it during the first round, as the only players to accomplish the feat.

Berry held a share of the lead through seven with Micholas and Schaap, but his shot on the par-3 eighth hole found a hazard, and after a drop, he finished with a double bogey. Berry finished his front nine at 38, and sat two strokes back of Micholas, who finished with a 37, and Schaap, who shot an even-par 35. Infanti, Patel and Bobb struggled to get anything going and fell out of contention after nine holes.

Only nine holes separated the cluster of players from a championship. A few groups ahead of the leaders, Egloff was putting himself back into contention with a very strong back nine. He birdied the 13th hole, and then carded another on the 17th hole, shooting a 2-under-par 34 on the back nine, to finish the day at even-par 71. Egloff was the leader in the clubhouse with a 75-71-146, awaiting the rest of the groups.

Behind Egloff, the list of contenders was shrinking. Micholas had his first rough stretch of the weekend, bogeying four of the last seven holes to fall behind. Byrne also carded four bogeys on the back, while Ross had three.

After bogeying holes Nos. 11 and 14, Schaap birdied the par-5 16th hole to get back to 4-over-par for the tournament. He finished with back-to-back pars on 17 and 18 to join Egloff in the clubhouse at 146.

Unaware of the scores in groups ahead of him, Berry entered the 16th hole tied with Schaap and Egloff at 4-over-par. He recovered from his front nine and was 1-under-par on the back nine as he teed off on No. 17. A wayward drive left him in a tough spot but Berry stuck his next shot to within five feet of the cup. He sank his birdie putt and entered No. 18 with a one-stroke lead.

Showing no nerves, Berry attacked the par-4 18th hole, but missed the green with his approach shot. He almost holed out for birdie on his chip, instead leaving himself a three-foot putt for par and the victory. He sank the putt to earn the one-stroke victory.

“Everything was ok. Pretty solid, pretty consistent,” Berry described his game after the round.

In the Girls Division, Liza Freed of Alexandria, Va., got off to a quick start and never looked back, on the way to her second career victory in an IJGT Event. Freed’s final score of 75-73-148 put her nine shots clear of her closest competitor.

freed UMDTeeing off on hole No. 10, Freed began the first round with consecutive birdies. Following a bogey on No. 12, she scored another birdie on hole No. 14 and finished her first nine at 2-over-par 38. Even with the birdie barrage, Freed was one shot back of Ashley Dingman of Lorton, Va., through nine holes.

Dingman struggled on holes Nos. 2-5, playing them at a combined 5-over-par, while Freed played the same stretch at even-par to gain control. Freed finished the front nine at 37, while Dingman shot a 40. After the first round, Freed held a two-stroke lead over Dingman.

Freed did not start as hot in the final round, bogeying the 10th hole, but Dingman also struggled on the hole, carding a double bogey. Freed quickly got her game together, playing the next seven holes in 1-under-par. A bogey on No. 18 gave her a 1-over-par 37 for her first nine holes, while Dingman could not get anything going on her way to a 42.

With confidence and a comfortable lead, Freed put together one of the best rounds on the front nine of any player in the field. She carded par on the first seven holes. That streak ended with a bogey on hole No. 8, but she came back to par No. 9, and shoot a front-nine 36, to finish at 73 for the day. Her final-round 73 won her the Clazic Belts Low Final Round Award.

“I hit an ok drive. Then I hit a 5-iron to about 10 feet from the hole. I was just really happy, that’s one of my hardest clubs to hit. Then on the second hole I also made a birdie,” Freed said about her hot start during the first round.

Dingman finished second with scores of 77-80-157, and Amanda Myers of North Potomac, Md., was third at 87-75-162.

Like the older boys, the Boys 14 & Under Division came down to the final hole, with William Sheedy of Washington D.C., holding off Joe Parrini of York, Pa., by two strokes. Sheedy finished at 149 for the two-day event.

After the first round, neither Sheedy nor Parrini held the lead. That honor was held by Cole Gibson of Chevy Chase, Md., who fired a 76. Gibson shot a 40 on his opening nine, then improved his score by four strokes on the front side, including a birdie on the par-3 4th hole, the only birdie on that hole from any player in his division.

photo (15)Parrini sat two strokes back of Gibson after 18 holes. His first round was highlighted by a birdie on the long, par-4 18th hole. Sheedy was three back of the leader, with a triple-bogey on No. 16 being his only big mistake. John Kalavritinos of Potomac, Md., matched Sheedy with a 79 to put himself in contention entering the final round.

Teeing off on hole No.10, Sheedy and Parrini quickly separated themselves from Gibson and Kalavritinos. Kalavritinos got off to a rocky start, playing the first three holes at 5-over-par, and Gibson double-bogeyed the 11th hole.

Both Sheedy and Parrini were on the game from the start. Sheedy started with three consecutive pars before a birdie on hole No. 13 got him into red numbers. He added another birdie on No. 16 and finished his first nine at 2-under-par 34. Parrini started with six pars and matched Sheedy’s birdie on No. 16, as he fired a 1-under-par 35 through nine holes, leaving them tied after 27 holes.

Sheedy took the lead on hole No. 1 with a par, as Parrini made his first bogey of the day. That lead remained the same through the eighth hole as they carded identical scores, a bogey on No. 4 mixed in with six pars.

It looked like Parrini might even the score on hole No. 8, as he hit his tee shot inside 15 feet and Sheedy was left with 45 feet on his putt. Sheedy lagged his putt perfectly, leaving himself two feet for par, and made the putt. Parrini’s birdie burned the right edge but did not fall.

With his one-stroke lead intact, Sheedy hit what was perhaps his best drive of the tournament on hole No. 9, striking the ball right down the middle on the par-5, with just outside 200 yards to the uphill green. Parrini’s drive landed in the rough, leaving him without a chance to reach the green in two. Both players hit their approach shots to 60 yards, with Parrini needing some magic to potentially force a playoff. He hit his approach a little thick, coming up short of the green, while Sheedy’s ball went 20 feet past the hole.

Parrini chipped the ball to 10 feet, but Sheedy’s birdie putt came to within two feet, tapping in for par to seal his victory. Parrini could not make the putt, bogeying only his third hole of the day.

Sheedy finished the day at 1-under-par 70, the lowest round of the tournament of any player, winning him the Clazic Belts Low Final Round Award.

“Yesterday, on the ninth hole, I had about a 40 foot putt for par and I saved it,” Sheedy noted as his most memorable shot of the tournament.

Parrini had been victorious in his last three IJGT Events, including a one-stroke victory over Sheedy at the Baltimore Junior three weeks prior.

Kalavritinos rounded out the top three with scores of 79-77-156.

The IJGT Northeast tour will be in Cologne, N.J., the weekend of Oct. 12-13 for the South Jersey Open at Blue Heron Pines. The tournament will be played at Blue Heron Pines Golf Club. To sign up for this Event, or others, visit IJGT.com or call (843) 785-2444.

 

About the IJGT

The IJGT provides exceptional junior golfers with the opportunity to develop and showcase their competitive skills while setting high standards to preserve the traditions and integrity of the game.  As a tour that operates primarily throughout the academic year, the IJGT hosts approximately 60 tournaments annually. In addition, the IJGT hosts three international events.   Each event provides multi-day competition for junior golfers of all skill levels ages 9-19.  Players representing 45 states and 43 countries around the world regularly compete in events at venues such as TPC Sawgrass, Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, Kiawah Island Resort, and Harbour Town Golf Links.  Official partners of the IJGT include Bridgestone Golf, Quagmire Golf, CHAMP Spikes, Clazic Belts, AB Golf Designs, The First Tee, Sundog Eyewear, Golfweek morodZ, PURE Grips, and the International Junior Golf Academy.

 

To obtain more information about the IJGT, please visit www.IJGT.com or call (800) 792-9143.

 

COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Final-round results of the IJGT College Series at University of Maryland conducted by the International Junior Golf Tour completed October 6, 2013. Boys 15-19 Division: Black Tees – 6,694 yards, Par 71 (72.2/133) Boys 14 & Under Division: Gold Tees – 6,162 yards, Par 71 (69.2/128) Girls Division: White Tees – 5,875 yards, Par 71 (73.2/126)

 

Weather:        Saturday: Sunny with temperatures in the low 80’s with 5-10 mph winds

Sunday: Cloudy with temperatures in the low 80’s with 10-15 mph winds

 

 

 International Junior Golf Tour

University of Maryland Golf Course

College Park, Md.

October 5-6, 2013

 

Boys 15-19 Division – Black Tees, 6,694 yards, Par 71

1. Brandon Berry, Great Falls, VA, *73-72–145

2. Walter Egloff, Chevy Chase, MD, *75-71–146

2. Luke Schaap, Potomac, MD, *74-72–146

4. Blake Micholas, Potomac, MD, *72-77–149

5. Michael Jones, Potomac, MD, *75-75–150

5. Garrett Bastardi, Boalsburg, PA, *76-74–150

5. Rij Patel, Hunt Valley, MD, *74-76–150

5. Evan Katz, Washington, DC, *75-75–150

5. David Ross, Lorton, VA, *74-76–150

10. Will Byrne, McLean, VA, *74-77–151

10. Brendan Bacskai, Berwyn, PA, *73-78–151

10. Nicholas Infanti, Clarksburg, MD, *74-77–151

13. Kyle Cunningham, Sayville, NY, *78-77–155

14. Gary McCabe, Collegeville, PA, *81-75–156

14. Patrick McDonald, Herndon, VA, *82-74–156

14. Mike Blasey, Potomac, MD, *80-76–156

14. David Rabil, Fairfax Station, VA, *80-76–156

18. Lennard Long, Washington, D.C., *81-76–157

18. Ben Lieberman, Potomac, MD, *79-78–157

18. Liam McGrath, Huntingdon Valley, PA, *80-77–157

21. Michael Lamond, West Chester, PA, *81-77–158

21. Jack Peden, Vienna, VA, *75-83–158

23. Kyle Grube, Indiana, PA, *80-79–159

23. Matthew Bastian, Media, PA, *80-79–159

23. Ryan Bree, Kennett Square, PA, *76-83–159

26. Tyler Olmsted, Boyds, MD, *77-83–160

27. Michael Bushman, North Potomac, MD, *78-83–161

27. Bryan Morris, Beltsville, MD, *76-85–161

29. Andrew Hudencial, Markham, ON, *80-83–163

30. Armand Cadieux, New Hartford, NY, *85-79–164

31. Austin Matz, Wexford, PA, *83-83–166

31. Jordan Bobb, Rockville, MD, *74-92–166

33. Brent Rodgers, Cranberry Township, PA, *81-86–167

33. Davis Lamb, Potomac, MD, *87-80–167

33. Adam Bacon, Fairfax Station, VA, *87-80–167

36. Andrew Nappi, Glen Rock, NJ, *80-88–168

37. Michael Magnarelli, Chevy Chase, MD, *84-85–169

38. Connor Jaenke, Arnold, MD, *86-86–172

39. Jake Oliver, New Hartford, NY, *89-85–174

39. Nick Stottlemyer, Port Tobacco, MD, *85-89–174

41. Billy Rosemeyer, Gibsonia, PA, *87-91–178

42. Zachary Sculler, Morganville, NJ, *88-91–179

43. Alex Pfeiff, Huntingtown, MD, *101-91–192

44. Tyler Poirier, Mclean, VA, *103-102–205

DID NOT FINISH

Blake Weltmann, Potomac, MD, *89–DQ (Rule 15-3b)

Andrew Neal, Chevy Chase, MD, *DQ (Rule 6-3a)

Demitri Keopradit, Springfield, VA, *82–JWD

William Voetsch, New Vernon, NJ, *JWD

 

Boys 14 & Under Division – Gold Tees, 6,162 yards, Par 71

1. William Sheedy, Washington, DC, *79-70–149

2. Joe Parrini, York, PA, *78-73–151

3. John Kalavritinos, Potomac, MD, *79-77–156

4. Cole Gibson, Chevy Chase, MD, *76-81–157

5. Conor McGrath, Huntingdon Valley, PA, *84-84–168

6. Ford Bennett, Owings Mills, MD, *82-87–169

7. Daniel Bastian, Media, PA, *89-94–183

8. Aj Aivazoglou, Glen Mills, PA, *94-98–192

9. Nate Taylor, Fredericksburg, VA, *109-110–219

DID NOT FINISH

Thomas Lipowicz, Alexandria, VA, *JWD

 

Girls Division – Yellow Tees, 5,875 yards, Par 71

1. Liza Freed, Alexandria, VA, *75-73–148

2. Ashley Dingman, Lorton, VA, *77-80–157

3. Amanda Meyers, North Potomac, MD, *87-75–162

4. Alessandra Ricigliano, Scarsdale, NY, *87-83–170