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Team Canada takes home the John Clark Trophy in 2014 Euro Junior Cup

ST. ANDREWS, Scotland – IJGT’s Team USA took to Drumoig Golf Club today, August 8, 2014, for the final round of the 2014 Euro Junior Golf Cup in St. Andrews, Scotland.  The weather was perfect when the teams took to the course but changed very quickly as the teams rounded the turn.  The inclement weather lead to a cancellation of the round in which only one complete group had finished.  At the conclusion of tournament, Canadian Junior Golf Association’s (CJGA) Team Canada finished with 43.5 points and took home the John Clark Trophy.  Following in second was FIFE’s Team Scotland with 41.5 Points in third was Team USA with 32 points.

Team USA played well again in the incomplete final round but could not come away with the points needed.  Danny Dougherty of Wilmington, Del., continued his hot streak winning both points and making his final total five and a half points to lead Team USA.  Also playing well and grabbing two points for Team USA in round three were playing captain, Cara Basso of Downingtown, Pa., John Kalavritinos of Potomac, Md., and Christopher Chiminski of Penns Park, Pa.  Ryan Hicks of Santa Monica, Calif., once again exhibited a strong performance adding a point and a half.   Also contributing to Team USA’s points were Jack O’Donovan of Pittsford, N.Y., and Dylan Plis of Camillus, N.Y., who each carded a point of their own.  Rounding out the scoring was Michael Ordona of Upland, Calif., who secured a half-point for Team USA.

After the event, non-playing co-captain, Zach Pennington stated, “I am very impressed with not only how our team played today but how we represented the red, white and blue.   We are truly honored to wear these colors in match play against two great teams.  The Canadians and Scots were great competitors and they played well all week.  I am proud of what we did here in Scotland as we arrive home with our head held high.”

Team USA in beautiful Scotland Photo by Team USA parent Ms. Elder

Team USA in beautiful Scotland
Photo by Team USA parent Ms. Elder

Euro Junior Cup Round Two: Strong performance by Basso keeps Team USA close

 

ST. ANDREWS, Scotland – IJGT’s Team USA took to Leven Links for the second round of the 2014 Euro Junior Golf Cup on August 7, 2014.  Weather was beautiful and the course was in fabulous condition.  Leven Links sits right off of the sea bringing in strong winds that changed throughout the round.  This proved as a true test for Team USA as they fell back in points, now trailing the Canadian Junior Golf Association’s (CJGA) Team Canada by nine points and FIFE Team Scotland by seven and a half points.  After two rounds, the standings have Team Canada with 29.5 points, Team Scotland with 28 points and Team USA with 20.5 points.

The Americans were led by team captain, Cara Basso of Downingtown, Pa., who dominated the entire round and won each of her matches.  Basso’s round was followed by the match featuring Danny Dougherty of Wilmington, Del., who once played well for the second consecutive round and won one and a half points.  Each winning a point of his own for the USA was Christopher Chiminski of Penns Park, Pa., John Kalavritinos of Potomac, Md., Ryan Hicks of Santa Monica, Calif., Tanner Elder of Jefferson City, Mo., and Jack O’ Donovan of Pittsford, N.Y.   The remaining half-point for Team USA was earned by Michael Ordona of Upland, Calif.

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After round two, non-playing co-captain, Molly Moore stated, “The results may show that we are behind but I am proud of this team and know that they played tough today. There were a lot of close matches that really could have gone either way. The bus ride home was energetic and Team USA is ready to battle back tomorrow. This will be an interesting finish from an exciting three days of matchplay.”

Team USA finishes its time in Scotland with the final round of play at Drumoig Golf Club in St. Andrews.  Tee times begin promptly at noon local time.

Major Championship at Hartefeld National – Final Results

Nicholas victorious at back-to-back IJGT events
Brown defends home course

AVONDALE, Pa. – The International Junior Golf Tour (IJGT) headed to Hartefeld National to host the second Major Championship of the 2014 season. Gusts of winds reached 35 mph in round one, but Mother Nature made up for it with ideal golf conditions during the final round with temperatures in the 60s. With one of the strongest fields of competitors at an IJGT event, junior golfers competed for double IJGT Merit Points, AJGA Stars, 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 Major Championship, his second IJGT title in two weeks’ time. With multiple lead changes throughout the final round, Nicholas managed to keep his composure and win on the 18th green. He played solid during round one posting a score of 76, just two strokes behind the leader. In round one, he shot a 1-under-par score of 35 on the front nine. He had two birdies during that stretch, including one on hole number nine to gain momentum headed into the back nine, but struggled on the back to finish round one 4-over-par. During the final round, Nicholas was determined to make a comeback. After a shaky start bogeying the first three holes, he turned it around. He followed with three pars and a birdie. On hole eight, he made an impressive eagle on the 469 yard par-5. After making a birdie on hole 10, Nicholas was involved in a three-way tie with Ryan Rucinski of Wilmington, Del., and Jb Bradbeer of Rosemont, Pa., for first place. With multiple lead changes throughout the final holes, Nicholas found himself tied for second as he headed into the 18th hole. On 18, Nicholas hit his drive right landing into the rough. He was forced to punch out and landed short of the green. Nicholas put his third shot close to the hole leaving him with a five-foot putt for par. Nicholas made the five-foot putt to win the Major Championship at Hartefeld National. His final numbers for the weekend were 76-75—151 overall.

When asked about the final round, Nicholas replied, “It was a battle the whole way, both of my opponents were great and I just hit the ball, got the ball on the green and just rolled it in sometimes. I made a lot of two-putts and that was the basic key today.”

Rucinski and Bradbeer finished tied for second place. Rucinski posted scores of 75-77—152 overall. Bradbeer posted scores of 77-75—152 overall. Ryan Rybicki of Maricopa, Ariz., won the Clazic Belts Low Final Round Award by shooting a 73 during the final round. This award goes to the player that shoots the lowest score during the final round of the tournament.

LeesIn the Girls Division, Kaitlyn Lees of Bryn Mawr, Pa., battled back to win her first IJGT event. In round one, Lees struggled a bit due to the windy conditions. She put up a score of 82, only making six pars. With first place on her mind, Lees headed into the final round trailing by four strokes. She started out nearly perfect making par at eight of her first nine holes. After making a birdie on the par-4 hole number one, Lees was tied for the division lead. She continued to hit fairways and made every par putt count. With just four holes left to play, Lees was still tied for the lead. She stayed focused and made par on each of her final four holes to secure her victory. She totaled par or better on 16 of 18 holes during the final round. Lees’ final round score of 74 was the best in her division earning her the Clazic Belts Low Final Round Award. Her numbers for the weekend were 82-74—156 overall.

When asked her mindset on the back nine of the final round and what she did to keep her focus, Lees said, “I just tried to stay positive and keep in the present and try not to think about my score too much.”

Allyson Wentworth of Stewartsville, N.J., took second place with score of 78-83—161 overall. Finishing in third place was Esther Park of Wilmington, Del., who shot 85-82—167 overall.

BrownIn the Boys 14 & Under Division, Evan Brown of Chadds Ford, Pa., defended his home course to win the Major Championship. Brown played very consistently to stay ahead of his competition. In round one, he had a total of four birdies, two of them coming on both of the par-5’s on the front nine. He finished round one with a 4-over-par score of 76. Brown’s 76 gave him a four-stroke lead in the division as he headed into the final round. After taking the lead, Brown never looked back. On day two, he started his front nine with six pars and added one birdie on the par-3 hole number 14. He headed into the final nine holes 1-over-par with the division lead in hand. He added two more birdies during his final nine holes on holes number six and eight. Brown made birdie at both of these holes during both rounds of the tournament. He improved his final round score by two strokes to finish with a 74. His numbers for the weekend were 76-74—150 overall.

When asked what he thought about playing at Hartefeld National, he replied, “The course was in great condition, it’s my home course I play here all the time. The front nine is great; it is a fantastic front nine. It can be challenging at times, but it all works out in the end.”

Marc Groenhuysen of West Chester, Pa., finished in second place with a score of 83-74—157 overall. There was a tie for third place between Leo Hernandez of Stewartsville, N.J., and Danny Dougherty of Wilmington, Del. Hernandez posted scores of 80-81—161 overall, while Dougherty posted scores of 81-80—161 overall.

The IJGT’s next event will be the Architects Cup at Architects Golf Club on April 12-13, 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.

AVONDALE, Pa. – Final-round results of the IJGT Major Championship at Hartefeld National
conducted by the International Junior Golf Tour completed April 6, 2014. Boys 15-19 Division: Black
Tees – 6,687 yards, Par 72 (72.8/137) Boys 14 & Under Division: White Tees – 6,102 yards, Par 72
(670.0/131) Girls Division: Red Tees – 5,825 yards, Par 72 (71.8/128)

Weather: Saturday: Cloudy with temperatures in the low 50’s with 30-35 mph winds
Sunday: Sunny with temperatures in the high 50’s with 10-15 mph winds

International Junior Golf Tour
Major Championship at Hartefeld National
Avondale, Pa.
April 5-6, 2014

Boys 15-19 Division (Black Tees), 6,687 yards, Par 72

1. James Nicholas, Scarsdale, NY *76-75–151
2. Ryan Rucinski, Wilmington, DE *75-77–152
2. Jb Bradbeer, Rosemont, PA *77-75–152
4. Connor Daly, Bronxville, NY *81-74–155
5. Ryan Rybicki, Maricopa, AZ *84-73–157
5. Nate Menon, Wyomissing, PA *78-79–157
7. Paul Edgar, Kitchener, Canada *81-78–159
8. Brandan Bree, Kennett Square, PA *82-78–160
8. Martin Jensen, Bronxville, NY *81-79–160
8. Jack Quirk, Glenside, PA *80-80–160
11. Patrick McDonnell, Pittsburgh, PA *83-78–161
11. Michael Bushman, North Potomac, MD *83-78–161
13. Colin Dubnik, Rochester, NY *85-77–162
13. Quinn Dolan, Broomall, PA *84-78–162
13. Robert Piluso, Ridgewood, NJ *82-80–162
16. John Warden, Ridgewood, NJ *81-85–166
17. Luke Schaap, Potomac, MD *92-75–167
17. Mike Bliss, Newtown, PA *87-80–167
17. Thomas Dzwonczyk, North Abington Township, PA *83-84–167

17. Matthew Bastian, Media, PA *82-85–167

21. Liam Murphy, Hockessin, DE *87-82–169
22. Michael Szipszky, Newtown Square, PA *86-84–170
22. Bennett Perrine, West Windsor, NJ *84-86–170
24. Joe Tigani, Hockessin, DE *92-79–171
24. Matthew Cleary, Wilmington, DE *82-89–171
26. Austin Fuglestad, Newtown, PA *89-83–172
26. Brent Rodgers, Cranberry Township, PA *88-84–172
26. Chris Binet, Oreland, PA *86-86–172
26. Kevin Levitsky, Avondale, PA *91-81–172
26. Frank Pantano, Gibsonia, PA *84-88–172
31. Ryan Bowman, Newtown Square PA *90-83–173
31. Christopher Gay, Bronxville NY *89-84–173
33. Ryan Bree, Kennett Square, PA *92-82–174
33. Ryan Podufal, Erie, PA *91-83–174
35. Josh Madarang, Chester Springs, PA, *90-85–175
35. Reed Winkler, Wilmington, DE *91-84–175
37. Ryan Cleary, Wilmington, DE *95-81–176
37. Ethan Means, Landenberg, PA *88-88–176
39. Will Moyer III, Malvern, PA *93-84–177
40. Gonzalo Arrangoiz, North Bethesda, MD *96-87–183
40. Jake Gray, Glenmoore, PA *90-93–183
42. Tyler Olson, Hagerstown, MD *92-92–184
43. Jairus Gaines, Baltimore, MD *90-95–185
44. Daniel Rieger, Collegeville, PA *96-91–187
45. Alex Patellis, Landenberg, PA *96-94–190

DID NOT FINISH
Asher Greenberg, Weston, CT* DQ (Rule 6-3a),

Boys 14& Under Division (White Tees), 6,102 yards, Par 72
1. Evan Brown, Chadds Ford, PA *76-74–150
2. Marc Groenhuysen, West Chester, PA *83-74–157
3. Leo Hernandez, Stewartsville, NJ *80-81–161
3. Danny Dougherty, Wilmington, DE *81-80–161
5. William Sheedy, Washington, DC *85-80–165
6. Joe Parrini, York, PA *85-81–166
7. Joe Tammaro, West Islip, NY *87-85–172
8. Jon Nolan Perry, Berwyn, PA *89-84–173
9. C.J. Hughes, Indiana, PA *92-88–180
10. Will Long, Towson, MD *99-83–182
11. Aj Aivazoglou, Glen Mills, PA *102-96–198
12. Noah Schwartz, Cherry Hill, NJ *107-103–210

Girls Division (Red Tees), 5,825 yards, Par 72
1. Kaitlyn Lees, Bryn Mawr, PA *82-74–156
2. Allyson Wentworth, Stewartsville, NJ *78-83–161

3. Esther Park, Wilmington, DE *85-82–167
4. Delaney Iacona, Berlin, MD *91-84–175
5. Victoria Parker, Lewiston, NY *93-83–176
6. Madeline Sager, Kimberton, PA *93-85–178
7. Alyssa Schiera, West Windsor, NJ *96-86–182
8. Rylie Heflin, Avondale, PA *101-91–192

Philly Challenge at White Manor – Final Results

Goldenring grabs first IJGT championship
Walker gets redemption at White Manor

MALVERN, Pa. – The International Junior Golf Tour (IJGT) traveled to White Manor Country Club for their second stop of the Northeast Tour to host the Philly Challenge. Temperatures reached into the mid-60s in the first round and dropped into the low 40s for the final round. The field of 87 golfers competed for IJGT Merit Points, AJGA stars, 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.

SAMIn the Boys 15-19 Division, Sam Goldenring, of Florham Park, N.J., played consistently throughout the weekend, coming from behind to win his first IJGT championship. He managed to make par or better on 12 of 18 holes during round one. Goldenring played the front nine well both days, totaling 3-over-par, including a birdie on the par-5, hole No. 6 in round one. His score of 76 put him just two strokes behind the leader headed into the final round. While many other golfers were affected by the temperature drop, Goldenring did not let it bother him. During the final round, he made par or better on 13 of 18 holes. At the turn on day two, he narrowed the gap to trail the leader by just one stroke. His concentration and consistency led him to win his first ever IJGT championship. Goldenring posted scores of 76-76—152 overall for the weekend and won his division by four strokes.

When asked his mindset coming into the final round trailing, Goldenring replied, “I just tried to take it one
shot at a time. Don’t force the birdies and if it happened, great, but if not then I would be happy [too].”

Quinn Dolan of Broomall, Pa., and Brendan Bacskai of Berwyn, Pa., tied for second place in the Boys 15-19 Division. Dolan posted scores of 80-76—156 overall and Bacskai posted scores of 81-75—156 overall. Bacskai’s score of 75 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.

BRYNNIn the Girls Division, Brynn Walker of St. Davids, Pa., took the lead early and never looked back. After taking second place at White Manor last season, Walker came back this year in hopes of redemption. On day one, she started off solid and was 1-under-par after three holes. She closed out the first nine with six consecutive pars. Walker finished the first round with a score of 1-over-par 72, the lowest score in all divisions. The weather proved troublesome during the final round but she managed to extend her lead. Walker totaled three birdies in the final round, two of which came on par-3s. Walker’s dominant play won her division by 10 strokes, posting scores of 72-76-148. Her final round score of 76 tied with Cara Basso, of Downingtown, Pa., for the Clazic Belts Low Final Round Award.

When asked what she did differently this year and what changes she made to her game, Walker said, “over the winter, it was tough because of the weather to work on different things, but I worked on my mindset and getting my mental game down. I think that really paid off. I was just mentally strong this week.”

Isabella DiLisio of Hatfield, Pa., took second place with scores of 79-79—158 overall. Finishing in third place, was Allyson Wentworth of Stewartsville, N.J., who shot 83-78—161 overall.

LEOIn the Boys 14 & Under Division, Leo Hernandez of Stewartsville, N.J., won his first IJGT championship. Hernandez has had various competitive finishes this season, including a third- place finish at The Final Challenge at Hershey Links. At the Philly Challenge, Hernandez was able merge every aspect of his game together for a win. He was striking the ball well, picking up distance on his first and second shots and also making putts when they mattered most. In round one, he was a little shaky but battled to tally one birdie and six pars. In round two he closed out the tournament shooting a 2-over-par score of 37 on his last nine holes. Hernandez finished the final round with a score of 77. His numbers for the weekend were 84-77—161 overall.

“My ball striking was working really well. Even when I didn’t manage to hit the fairway, I was still finding greens and two putting for par,” said Hernandez.

Coming in second place, was Danny Dougherty of Wilmington, Del., who posted scores of 82-80—162 overall. Finishing in third place, was Dylan Plis of Camillus, N.Y., who shot 83-86—169 overall.

The IJGT’s next event will be the Metropolitan Junior at Forsgate Country Club on March 29-30, 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.

Philly Challenge at White Manor first-round highlights – Walker, Rucinski & Dougherty lead their divisions

The IJGT’s second stop of the Northeast Tour took place at White Manor Country Club as they hosted the Philly Challenge. The course was in great condition and temperatures reached up into the 60’s for Round One. The field of 87 golfers took to the course to compete for IJGT Merit Points, AJGA Performance Stars and national rankings, as well as an invite to IJGT’s Bridgestone Tournament of Champions to be played at Grand Cypress Resort on May 24-26, 2014. The numbers for the division leaders are as follows:

In the Girls Division, Brynn Walker of St. Davids, Pa., is leading after the first round with a score of 72. Here are her numbers for Round One:

23 – current ranking in the Tour Standings

11 – total pars made on the day

3 – number of birdies on the day

1 – number of strokes over par

 

In the Boys 15-19 Division, Ryan Rucinski of Wilmington, Del., is leading his division finishing Round One with a score of 74. Here are his numbers from Round One:

4 – number of players within three strokes of Rucinski’s score

3 – number of strokes over par

3 – number of birdies on the day

1 – first IJGT event this season

 

In the Boys 14 & Under Division, Danny Dougherty of Wilmington, Del., is leading his division with a score of 82. His Round One numbers were:

9 – total pars made on the day

3 – his third IJGT event this season

2 – his number of Top-3 finishes through two events this season

1 – stroke lead in the division after Round One

 

For full round one results of the Philly Challenge at White Manor Country Club, click here.

For pairings for the final round of the Philly Challenge at White Manor Country Club, click here.

Be sure to follow @IJGT on Twitter for live, up-to-the-minute updates of the Philly Challenge at White Manor Country Club as the tournament continues.

Menon, Park, & Parrini among the players to watch at the Major Championship at Hartefeld National

The IJGT will be at Hartefeld National for the Major Championship on April 5-6, 2014. Golfers participating in this event will play two rounds of 18-holes and compete for National Rankings and DOUBLE IJGT Merit Points. In addition, the champion of each division will earn an invitation to the Bridgestone Golf Tournament of Champions.

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Located in Avondale, Pennsylvania, Hartefeld National was designed by renowned architect Tom Fazio. This course features dramatic elevation changes, majestic old growth tree lines of oak, beech, holly and pine, and perfectly sculpted greens. It has also hosted professional events, including a stop on the Senior PGA Tour and the Exelon Invitational, the annual PGA event hosted by Jim Furyk. This IJGT Tour stop will not disappoint.

Hole 15

Hartefeld National has earned awards from publications including Golf Digest, GOLF Magazine, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Washington Golf Monthly and more.

Among the players to watch in the Boys 15-19 Division, Nate Menon of Wyomissing, Pa., will hope to win his first Major this season. Menon has a history of finishing well in the IJGT Major Championships. Last season, he took first place at The Western PA. Major at NemacolinMenon shot impressive scores of 74-73–147 to win his division by three strokes. He also finished first at the  The Architects Cup last season. His two-day total of 5-under-par won the division by a staggering seven strokes. Mike Bliss of Newtown, Pa., also hopes to compete for first in this event. Bliss has three top-10 finishes this season. His best was a third place finish at the Major Championship at Crystal Springs.

In the Girls Division, Esther Park from Wilmington, Del., hopes to continue her success at Hartefeld National. She finished third in the IJGT Philly Open at Jeffersonville Golf Club back in September of 2013. The Girls Division is up for grabs as there is a lot of competitors in the field. Other player to watch include Victoria Parker of Lewistown, N.Y., Allyssa Schiera of West Windsor, N.J., and Allyson Wentworth of Stewartsville, N.J.

In the Boys 14 & Under Division, Joe Parrini of York, Pa., hopes to win his sixth IJGT Event this season. Parrini is ranked as the #2 golfer in the Boys 14 & Under Division. He has finished top five in all seven of his IJGT events played this season, including five first-place finishes. William Sheedy of Washington, D.C., will also try for the title at Hartefeld National. Sheedy is coming off of a first-place finish at the College Series at the University of Maryland. Other notable competitors in the field include Danny Dougherty of Wilmington, Del., and Jon Nolan Perry of Berwyn, Pa.

Be sure to sign up for the Major Championship at Hartefeld National before it is too late!

To register or for more information on the Major Championship at Hartefeld National, click here.

 

Final results from the Thanksgiving Day Classic at TPC Sawgrass

Furuya dominates at TPC Sawgrass

Nakatani victorious in Girls Division 

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla.   The International Junior Golf Tour (IJGT) held the Thanksgiving Day Classic at TPC Sawgrass on Nov. 29-Dec. 1, a three-round event which featured nearly 100 juniors golfers competing for National Rankings, IJGT Merit Points and AJGA Performance Stars. The first two rounds were conducted on the club’s Pete Dye Valley Course, while the third and final round was held on THE PLAYERS Stadium Course. Despite rough winds, cold weather conditions and the challenge of playing two famously difficult courses, the golfers were able to put on spectacular performances in front of many spectators and family members.

Furuya TrophyIn the Boys 15-19 Division, Ryoto Furuya of Wesley Chapel, Fla., held his ground, turning a narrow first and second round lead into a convincing 11-stroke victory. He recorded a 76-75-72–223, a 7-over-par performance which also gave him the Clazic Belts Low Final Round Award in the Boys Division with an even-par 72 on the final day. During the first round, Furuya managed a 4-over-par 76 on Pete Dye’s Valley Course, making eight pars and three birdies, before posting a one-stroke improvement in his second round. His 3-over-par 75 on the second day was highlighted by a streak of six straight pars to start the round, while also making birdies on holes Nos. 8, 16, and 17.

“I focused on ball flight…and I thought, just have patience…I just stayed strong, and got ready for the final round,” commented Furuya.

Furuya did not let up, turning in an incredible even-par final round on THE PLAYERS Stadium Course on his way to his third IJGT victory. He shot a front-nine 32, including four straight birdies on holes Nos. 2-5, and posted a back-nine 40 with three more birdies on Nos. 14, 15 and 16.

Finishing in second place was Sam Meuret of Brunswick, Neb., with a tournament total of 234. In a tie for third place were Alex Shattuck of Sioux Falls, S.D., and Rij Patel of Hunt Valley, Md., who both shot totals of 236 through three rounds.

Nakatani TrophyRei Nakatani of Tokyo, Japan, was crowned victor of the Girls Division after shooting a total 83-75-74–232. After a rough first round put her six shots back of then-leader Cake Phuchanbanchob of Chiang Mai, Thailand, Nakatani came out in the second and final rounds determined to improve. She made an eight-stroke improvement on Day 2, sinking six more birdies and five less bogeys, including a streak of eight straight pars on the Valley’s Nos. 10-17. On the Stadium Course during the final round, Nakatani started off strong with birdies on Nos. 2 and 3. She played the course’s par-3s in 1-under-par during the final round, which helped catapult her into a come-from-behind, 11-stroke victory.

Nakatani’s final-round, 2-over-par 74 was tied with Thamonpat Siriko of Bangkok, Thailand, for the low round in the Girls Division, which earned each of them the Clazic Belts Low Final Round Awards for their performances.

“I was three shots behind, but it wasn’t about who I was playing with. It was about the course, and I think I did the best that I could do,” said Nakatani.

Rounding out the top three in the Girls Division were Phuchanbanchob, who finished in second place with a tournament total of 243, and Siriko who carded a final score of 245.

Vilips TrophyThe Boys 14 & Under Division saw Karl Vilips of Melbourne, Australia, grab his fifth IJGT victory of the season, shooting a total 83-89-78–250 at the 54-hole event. After trailing by one stroke concluding the first round of action, Vilips made two momentum-swaying birdies on Nos. 5 and 12 during his second round on the Valley Course to give him a one-stroke lead going into the final round. Surrounded by warmer weather during the final round action on the Stadium Course, Vilips was able to manage an 11-stroke improvement over his previous round score, including a highlight-worthy birdie on the renowned 17th hole to seal a 10-stroke victory in the division.

“I felt confident, but I didn’t want to get arrogant because I knew some of the players had the ability to catch up… I just wanted to shoot a score that would at least have a chance to win,” commented Vilips.

Luis Sanchez of Tampico, Mexico, sealed a second-place finish with his tournament total of 260, while Danny Dougherty of Wilmington, Del., grabbed a third-place finish with his total score of 265.

The IJGT Southeast tour will be back in action Dec. 7-8, 201for the Bluffton Junior at Hampton Hall Club in Bluffton, S.C. 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, Pinehurst, Bethpage State Park and Harbour Town Golf Links. Official partners of the IJGT include Bridgestone Golf, Quagmire Golf, CHAMP Spikes, AB Golf Designs, Clazic Belts, morodZ, Sundog Eyewear, PURE Grips, The First Tee, Golfweek and International Junior Golf Academy.

To obtain more information about the IJGT, please visit www.IJGT.com or call (843) 785-2444.

 

International Junior Golf Tour
Thanksgiving Day Classic at TPC Sawgrass
Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.
November 29 – December 1, 2013
 
Round 1: Valley Course
Round 2: Valley Course
Round 3: Stadium Course

Boys 15-19 Division – (Blue Tees) Valley: 6,748 Yards, Par 72 | Stadium: 6,672 Yards, Par 72
1. Ryoto Furuya, Wesley Chapel, FL, *76-75-72–223
2. Sam Meuret, Brunswick, NE, *78-78-78–234
3. Alex Shattuck, Sioux Falls, SD, *77-80-79–236
3. Rij Patel, Hunt Valley, MD, *77-80-79–236
5. Blake Fiest, Huntersville, NC, *81-76-80–237
6. Harry Jin, Palisades Park, NJ, *77-81-82–240
7. Yong Sherng Hui, Taman Dagang, Malaysia, *82-81-79–242
8. Ryan Davis, Berkeley Heights, NJ, *86-83-74–243
8. Maurizio Debono, Basiglio, Italy, *85-77-81–243
10. Ritwik Jain, New Delhi, India, *78-85-82–245
11. Luigi D’Amico, Forli, Italy, *85-80-82–247
12. Lee Hammerschmidt, Armonk, NY, *83-76-89–248
13. Salil Ghamande, Evans, GA, *87-84-79–250
13. Diego Vega, Mexico City, Mexico, *85-84-81–250
13. Brett Inserra, Upper Saddle River, NJ, *82-80-88–250
16. Keshav Sharma, New Delhi, India, *76-85-90–251
17. Nicholas Russell, Hilton Head Island, SC, *85-84-83–252
18. Kyle Vincze, North Reading, MA, *87-86-80–253
19. Taiga Fujii, Toyama-shi, Japan, *83-86-85–254
19. Griffin Colvin, Media, PA, *87-80-87–254
19. Gus Minkin, York, PA, *78-85-91–254
22. Brian Baker, Pittsburgh, PA, *91-82-83–256
22. Jack Fleming, Falkirk, Scotland, *86-87-83–256
22. Nicholas Infanti, Clarksburg, MD, *85-87-84–256
22. Thomas Kaczan, Clark, NJ, *89-82-85–256
22. Travis Broome, Virginia Beach, VA, *87-81-88–256
22. Tennoshin Ogawa, Ichinomiya-shi, Japan, *81-79-96–256
28. David Ross, Lorton, VA, *92-83-82–257
28. Kanoon Bunthanawong, Chonburi, Thailand, *87-89-81–257
28. Mike Bliss, Newtown, PA, *80-89-88–257
28. John McCabe, Sewickley, PA, *87-78-92–257
32. Pongpalin Lapvisuttisin, Bangkok, Thailand, *90-83-85–258
32. Kip Karani, Tallahassee, FL, *86-86-86–258
32. Cody White, Sweetser, IN, *98-78-82–258
35. Sam Jones, Hinsdale, IL, *86-84-89–259
36. Cameron Clair, Bluffton, SC, *89-85-86–260
36. Brad Cook, Jackson, WY, *86-86-88–260
36. Chris Cerminaro, Carbondale, PA, *83-84-93–260
39. Felipe Lewis, Panama City, Panama, *92-87-82–261
40. Juanda Morgan, Panama City, Panama, *93-82-87–262
41. Jack Lupori, Steamboat Springs, CO, *92-83-88–263
41. Brent Whiting, Ponte Vedra, FL, *83-84-96–263
43. Nick Geiman, York, PA, *87-84-93–264
43. Tyler Berdy, Riverside, CA, *91-89-84–264
43. Eric Schissel, Port Washington, NY, *95-87-82–264
46. Karan Arjun, Bangalore, India, *84-90-91–265
46. Caleb Bryant, New Freedom, PA, *94-85-86–265
48. Mitch Lamping, Liberty Twp, OH, *89-86-92–267
48. Carlos Fernandez, Madrid, Spain, *95-87-85–267
50. Kyle Kost, New Hope, PA, *96-83-89–268
51. Bobby Nixon, Port St. Lucie, FL, *94-82-93–269
51. Hao Yang Lin, Taichung. Taiwan, *96-90-83–269
53. Guodong Ji, Quing Dao, China, *92-91-87–270
54. Norman Hong, Shenzhen, China, *86-88-97–271
55. Nico Ardito Barletta, Panama City, Panama, *93-86-93–272
56. Peter Kelesis, Las Vegas, NV, *84-104-85–273
57. Luis Fer Varela, Panama City, Panama, *95-90-90–275
58. Pattarapoom Pacharn, Nonthaburi, Thailand, *97-93-86–276
59. Scott Lemon, Winnipeg, Canada, *90-93-94–277
60. Hazwan Asraff Bin Abdul Rahman, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, *86-90-103–279
61. Kanawut Uenghiranpaisan, Bangkok, Thailand, *96-91-93–280
62. Ricky Humbert, Panama City, Panama, *95-100-94–289
63. Todd Glickfield IV, Marion, IN, *101-90-99–290
64. Armand Cadieux, New Hartford, NY, *100-88-104–292
65. Kotaro Nishimura, Ota-Ku, Japan, *100-93-102–295
66. Prince Phuklabsawan, Chonburi, Thailand, *116-106-97–319
67. Diego Ardito Barletta, Panama City, Panama, *109-108-105–322
68. Jerry Sung, Hong Kong, China, *127-129-123–379
 
DID NOT FINISH
Chad McCann, Haymarket, VA, *DQ (Rule 6-6b)
Brock Erwin, Muldrow, OK, *DQ (Rule 6-6b)
Justin Murray, Burlington, NJ, *89-77–DQ (Rule 6-6d)
Ben Cohn, Guayaquil, Ecuador, *85-84–DQ (Rule 33-7)
Thomas Urciuoli, Short Hills, NJ, *JWD
Matthew Bastian, Media, PA, *100–JWD

Boys 14 & Under Division – (White Tees) Valley: 6,243 Yards, Par 72 | Stadium: 5,992 Yards, Par 72
1. Karl Vilips, Melbourne, Australia, *83-89-78-250
2. Luis Sanchez, Tampico, Mexico, *89-85-86-260
3. Danny Dougherty, Wilmington, DE, *91-84-90-265
4. Jacob Morris, Hollywood, SC, *88-88-90-266
4. Thomas Lipowicz, Alexandria, VA, *96-81-89-266
6. Brandon McBride, Bluffton, SC, *87-86-95-268
7. Alexander Camberos, Kigali, Rwanda, *101-99-107-307
8. Will Whittaker, Palm Beach Gardens, FL, *109-100-121-330
9. Jose Chavez, Guatemala City, Guatemala, *98-114-126-338

DID NOT FINISH
Brian Aslanian, Purchase, NY, *82-88–DQ (Rule 6-6d)
Sangmin Ahn, Seocho-Gu, South Korea, *DQ (Rule 6-6b)
Christian Clemence Tupamahu, Manado, Indonesia, *94-85–DQ (Rule 6-6b)

Girls Division – (Green Tees) Valley: 5,913 Yards, Par 72 | Stadium: 5,718 Yards, Par 72
1. Rei Nakatani, Tokyo, Japan, *83-75-74–232
2. Cake Phuchanbanchob, Chiang Mai, Thailand, *77-78-88–243
3. Thamonpat Siriko, Bangkok, Thailand, *88-83-74–245
4. Nikita Arjun, Bangalore, India, *81-82-84–247
5. Samantha Huang, Shenzhen, China, *84-83-82–249
6. Allison Herring, Skillman, NJ, *89-90-86–265
7. Kristin Whitehead, Johannesburg, South Africa, *89-87-91–267
8. Jamie Rickert, Overland Park, KS, *88-94-88–270
9. Yeji Ahn, Changwon-City, South Korea, *86-96-98–280
9. Sasha Glickfield, Marion, IN, *89-84-107–280
11. Taylor Clark, Red Bank, NJ, *102-101-92–295
12. Ammy Uenghiranpaisan, Bangkok, Thailand, *109-108-123–340

Final results from the Labor Day Classic at Hershey Country Club

Mackedon wins in first IJGT appearance

Shin makes big comeback in Girls Division

HERSHEY, Pa. – The International Junior Golf Tour (IJGT) held their first tournament in the Northeast region this weekend, as the Labor Day Classic teed off at Hershey Country Club’s East Course. Always having one of the largest fields, this year’s tournament did not disappoint, as 89 of the region’s best golfers took aim at the championship. The field was represented by juniors ages 9-19 from seven states and three countries competing for national rankings and IJGT Merit Points.

Playing 5,885 yards for the Girls Division, 6,248 yards for the Boys 14 & Under Division, and 6,838 yards for the Boys 15-19 Division competitors, the East Course was not to be taken lightly. Although boasting only three water hazards, thick rough, the 100 plus bunkers presented the biggest challenge to this year’s participants. Adding to the course’s difficulties were elevated greens on all but three holes. The Fazio designed course has hosted numerous PGA events in the past and most recently held the Web.com Tour’s Reese’s Cup Classic.

MackedonIn the Boys 15-19 Division, Gerry Mackedon of Port Jefferson, N.Y., came out on top of the field. Mackedon shot an even-par 71 on Saturday to sleep on a two-stroke lead. He also was awarded the KENTWOOL Socks Lo-Pro Award.

Playing in the final group on Sunday with Matthew Bastian of Media, Pa., Kwanwoo Kim of Tenafly, N.J., and Gus Minkin of York, Pa., the road to victory was not easy for the 15-year-old Mackedon. After saving par on the first, Mackedon double-bogeyed the second hole. He regained his composure and birdied Nos. 4, 5, and 7 on his way to a front-nine score of 35.

As the group made the turn, it was Minkin and Vinay Ramesh of Newtown, Pa., playing in the group ahead, who presented the largest challenge to Mackedon. On No. 16, Ramesh birdied, Minkin made par, and Mackedon bogeyed. The three were separated by only two strokes with two holes to play. Ramesh could not muster up better than par on the difficult 17th and 18th holes and needed a miracle. A birdie on No. 17 got Minkin within one, while Mackedon made par on the hole, which provided an exciting ending to the tournament as the group came down the 18th fairway. But that was as close as Minkin or Ramesh would get. Another par on No. 18 for Mackedon, coupled with a bogey by Minkin, closed the deal, as Mackedon finished the day the same way he started it; with a two-stroke lead and now with the championship. He finished with a tournament total of 1-over-par 143.

“I was glad my short game came through this week,” stated Mackedon.

Minkin and Ramesh finished the tournament in a tie for second place with a tournament total of 3-over-par 145.

Max Redetzke of Lakeville, Minn., shot the low round of the tournament Sunday, with a 3-under-par 68, to win the Clazic Belts Low Final Round Award.

The Boys 15-19 Division was not the only division that had some drama. The Boys 14 & Under Division also gave the crowd something to talk Butlerabout. Like Mackedon, Prescott Butler of Old Westbury, N.Y., came into Sunday with a two-shot lead on the field. Paired with Danny Dougherty of Wilmington, Del., Joe Parrini of York, Pa., and Chris Tanabe of Sewickley, Pa., Butler handled the pressure well beyond his years.

Dougherty and C.J. Hughes of Indiana, Pa., pushed Butler to the end. Hughes made a big move on the day, going 1-under par with a 70 to get back in contention. He was already in the clubhouse as Dougherty and Butler finished their rounds.

The lead belonged to Dougherty with three holes to play, who was one up on Butler. But three consecutive bogeys for Dougherty coupled with three consecutive pars for Butler turned the tide and gave Butler the title. Hughes, like Dougherty, was two shots behind the Old Westbury, N.Y., native Butler.

“The greens were a lot firmer yesterday and made the course a challenge,” commented Butler.

ShinThe Girls Division was the only one to have its winner not come from the final group, as Yeji Shin of Norwood, N.J., came back from three strokes down to capture the trophy. After shooting an 8-over-par 79, on Saturday, Shin responded with a 76 on Sunday. She birdied her final hole, and then waited as the final group, consisting of first-round co-leaders and KENTWOOL Socks Lo-Pro Awards recipients Frida Henningsson of Rye, N.Y., and Megan McLean of Lebanon, N.J., completed their rounds.

McLean and Henningsson both found trouble on the ninth hole, their final hole of the day. McLean’s tee-shot settled under a pine tree and she was forced to take an unplayable resulting in a one-stroke penalty. After her drop, she was forced to chip out of the deep fescue. By the time her hole was finished, a triple-bogey had dropped her out of championship contention. Henningsson also hit a tree off the tee, but got a fortunate bounce. Her second shot was a punch-out into the fairway, leaving her with an uphill shot from just outside 100 yards. That shot sped across the green and rolled into the rough. A tricky downhill chip got the best of her, as she carded a double-bogey on the hole, to finish one shot back of Shin.

“I did not think I had a chance [to win],” said Shin. “My putting saved me.”

Shin’s final-round score of 76 earned her the Clazic Belts Low Final Round Award.

Henningsson finished in second place with a tournament total of 156. McLean rounded out the top three with a score of 158.

The IJGT Northeast tour will be back at it next weekend in Hamburg, N.J. for the Major Championship at Crystal Springs. The tournament will be played at Crystal Springs’s Great Gorge Course. 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, KENTWOOL, 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.

 

HERSHEY, Pa. – Final-round results of the IJGT Labor Day Classic at Hershey Country Club conducted by the International Junior Golf Tour completed September 1, 2013. Boys 15-19 Division: Blue Tees – 6,838 yards, Par 71 (73.9/137) Boys 14 & Under Division: White Tees – 6,248 yards, Par 71 (70.5/132) Girls Division: Gold Tees – 5,885 yards, Par 71 (74.9/131)

 

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Weather:       

Saturday: Sunny with temperatures in the high 70’s with 0-5 mph winds

Sunday: Sunny with temperatures in the high 70’s with 0-5 mph winds

 

 

International Junior Golf Tour

Labor Day Classic at Hershey Country Club

Hershey, Pa.

August 31-September 1, 2013

 

East Course

 

Boys 15-19 Division – Blue Tees, 6,838 yards, Par 71

1. Gerry Mackedon, Port Jefferson, NY, *71-72–143

2. Vinay Ramesh, Newtown, PA, *76-69–145

2. Gus Minkin, York, PA, *74-71–145

4. Max Redetzke, Lakeville, MN, *78-68–146

5. Kwanwoo Kim, Tenafly, NJ, *73-74–147

5. Matthew Bastian, Media, PA, *74-73–147

7. Matt Starobin, Davidsonville, MD, *77-71–148

8. C.J. Zachary, Hummelstown, PA, *77-73–150

8. Tyler Sokolis, Doylestown, PA, *77-73–150

8. Trey Croney, Bryn Mawr, PA, *76-74–150

8. James Mongey, Morristown, NJ, *76-74–150

12. Jason Guintu, Potomac Falls, VA, *78-73–151

12. Ryan Conner, Newtown, PA, *77-74–151

14. Kevin Borowicz, Grand Island, NY, *80-72–152

15. Hunter Lee, Great Neck, NY, *79-74–153

15. Rij Patel, Hunt Valley, MD, *77-76–153

15. J.T. Barker, Bethlehem, PA, *76-77–153

18. Eric Terminello, White Plains, NY, *79-75–154

19. Bobby Piluso, Ridgewood, NJ, *79-76–155

19. Nick Geiman, York, PA, *78-77–155

21. Bobby Firth, Jenkintown, PA, *82-74–156

21. Patrick Sheerer, Gibsonia, PA, *79-77–156

21. Mike May, Auburn, NY, *80-76–156

21. Michael Bushman, North Potomac, MD, *80-76–156

21. Evan Johnson, York, PA, *78-78–156

26. Leonard Lee, Wyckoff, NJ, *79-78–157

27. Christopher Nolte, Arnold, MD, *79-79–158

27. Ryan Bree, Kennett Square, PA, *78-80–158

29. Thomas Dzwonczyk, North Abington Township, PA, *84-75–159

29. Austin Maher, Bracebridge, Canada, *82-77–159

29. Bobby Hapanowicz, Presto, PA, *80-79–159

32. Jb Bradbeer, Rosemont, PA, *83-77–160

33. Spencer Shepperly, New Vernon, NJ, *84-77–161

33. Christopher Chiminski, Penns Park, PA, *80-81–161

33. Will Haller, Gaithersburg, MD, *81-80–161

36. Kyle Kost, New Hope, PA, *83-79–162

36. Brandan Bree, Kennett Square, PA, *84-78–162

36. Michael Richards, Cobourg, Canada, *85-77–162

36. Sam Hecht, Oakton, VA, *83-79–162

36. Andrew Bowyer, Summit, NJ, *87-75–162

36. Dominick Mancinelli, Moosic, PA, *79-83–162

42. Alex Tanabe, Sewickley, PA, *82-81–163

43. Jack Faraci, Port Jefferson Station, NY, *86-78–164

43. Paul Terminello, White Plains, NY, *81-83–164

43. Evan Katz, Washington, DC, *78-86–164

46. Ben Lieberman, Potomac, MD, *85-80–165

46. Matthew Moore, Pittsburgh, PA, *82-83–165

46. Chris Tohir, New Canaan, CT, *90-75–165

49. Grant Brongo, Spencerport, NY, *84-85–169

50. Andrej Erkelens, Pittsford, NY, *84-86–170

51. Matt Ferriero, Long Valley, NJ, *87-84–171

52. Jesse Bevilacqua, Rumson, NJ, *90-82–172

53. David A. Sinisi, Harrisburg, PA, *83-91–174

53. Peter Bradbeer, Philidelphia, PA, *92-82–174

55. Angelo Mancinelli, Moosic, PA, *88-89–177

56. Emerson Maher, Bracebridge, Canada, *96-82–178

57. Zachary Sculler, Morganville, NJ, *94-92–186

 

DID NOT FINISH

Joe Blando, Jr, Manhasset, NY, *DQ (Rule 6-6b)

DJ Quinn, Marlton, NJ, *84-DQ (Rule 6-3a)

Dominic Pizzurro-Gomez, White Plains, NY, *85-JWD

  

Boys 14 & Under Division – White Tees, 6,248 yards, Par 71

1. Prescott Butler, Old Westbury, NY, *76-77–153

2. C.J. Hughes, Indiana, PA, *85-70–155

2. Danny Dougherty, Wilmington, DE, *78-77–155

4. Chris Tanabe, Sewickley, PA, *79-78–157

5. Joe Parrini, York, PA, *79-79–158

6. Jacob Richards, Cobourg, Canada, *82-79–161

7. Daniel Bastian, Media, PA, *90-89–179

 

DID NOT FINISH

John Kalavritinos, Potomac, MD *JWD

 

Girls Division – Gold Tees, 5,885 yards, Par 71

1. Yeji Shin, Norwood, NJ, *79-76–155

2. Frida Henningsson, Rye, NY, *76-80–156

3. Megan McLean, Lebanon, NJ, *76-82–158

4. Chelsea DAntonio, Lancaster, NY, *77-83–160

5. Sarah Bothner, Rochester, NY, *77-84–161

6. Raphaella Kang, Bayside, NY, *82-81–163

7. Samantha Yao, Berwyn, PA, *83-82–165

8. Emily Connors, Lancaster, NY, *83-83–166

9. Julianne Lee, York, PA, *88-82–170

9. Audrey Clawson, Sarver, PA, *88-82–170

11. Allyson Wentworth, Stewartsville, NJ, *92-79–171

11. Summer Kitahara, Greenwich, CT, *86-85–171

13. Lacey Bensing, Ephrata, PA, *88-85–173

14. Kate Weiss, Greenwich, CT, *90-84–174

14. Caroline Zhao, Greenwich, CT, *89-85–174

16. Amanda Meyers, North Potomac, MD, *85-90–175

17. Madison Braman, Loudonville, NY, *89-87–176

18. Adelyn Deery, Lancaster, PA, *94-84–178

19. Jasmine Kitahara, Greenwich, CT, *93-87–180

 

DID NOT FINISH

Carley Hopton, Madison, NJ, *82-DQ (Rule 6-6d)

Victoria Parker, Lewiston, NY, *JWD