AJGA ST. REGIS ASPEN JUNIOR CLASSIC
Aspen Golf Club
Aspen, Colo.
June 4-7, 2001

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AJGA ST. REGIS ASPEN JUNIOR CLASSIC

ASPEN, Colo. -- Jake Hermes of Durango, Colo., fired a final-round 75 to hold off Nathan Lashley of Scottsbluff, Neb., and pick up his first American Junior Golf Association Boys Division victory at the AJGA St. Regis Junior Classic. In the Girls Division, Paula Creamer of Pleasanton, Calif., shot a two-under-par 70 to pull away from the field and win her first AJGA event.

The 13th annual 54-hole AJGA event at Aspen Golf Club includes a field of 105 players (ages 13-18) representing 24 states and Canada. Past champions include LPGA professionals Emilee Klein, Kelli Kuehne and Heather Bowie, as well as former U.S. Amateur champion Hank Kuehne.

Hermes, the Colorado 5A state champion, had to wait until the 18th hole to secure victory with Lashley right on his heels all day long. Lashely's birdie putt, which would have forced a sudden-death playoff, lipped out. Lashley's score of 71 gave him a tournament total of 73-73-71--217, just one stroke shy of Hermes' 68-73-75--216 total.

"I didn't really play all that well, but I grinded it out and was able to hang on," said Hermes. "I expected somebody to come out and shoot a low round, I just wanted to play even par and make somebody go way low to beat me."

Rounding out the top five of the Boys Division were Duncan Street of Bonita, Calif., at 221, Ryne Rindfleisch of Murrieta, Calif., at 223 and Leo Corrigan of Dallas at 225.

Creamer scored four birdies on the front nine on her way to a 33, paving the way for what ended up to be an easy nine-stroke victory. Along with the winning tournament total of 76-74-70--220, Creamer shared the tournament low round of 70 with Erin Tone of Gilbert, Ariz.

"I hit my driver and irons well and putted well on the front nine," said the 14-year-old Creamer, one of the field's youngest players. "I had two three-putts on the back nine but a birdie on No. 15 boosted my confidence. I was pretty nervous on the first tee with only a one shot lead, but I loosened up after that and just played the golf course."

Rounding out the top three were Courtney Jones of Lake Quivira, Kan., at 229, and Tone and Jennifer Karr of Scottsdale, Ariz., at 230.

ASPEN, Colo. -- Final results from THE ST. REGIS ASPEN JUNIOR CLASSIC conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Aspen Golf Club. Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys: 7,027 Girls: 5,887


BOYS DIVISION

Pos.

Name

Class

City

State

Rd1

Rd2

Rd3

Total

1

Jake Hermes

2004

Durango

Colo.

68

73

75

216

2

Nathan Lashley

2001

Scottsbluff

Neb.

73

73

71

217

3

Duncan Street

2002

Bonita

Calif.

73

74

74

221

4

Ryne Rindfleisch

2001

Murrieta

Calif.

78

72

73

223

5

Leo Corrigan

2002

Dallas

Texas

75

74

76

225

6

Devon Wegner

2003

Kearney

Neb.

75

79

72

226

T7

Danny Bowen

2002

Albuquerque

N.M.

78

78

71

227

 

Jordan Williams

2002

Aurora

Colo.

79

75

73

227

 

Niel King

2002

Gillette

Wyo.

80

73

74

227

 

Matthew Ma

2002

Aiea

Hawaii

79

71

77

227

T11

Thomas Oh

2001

Englewood

Colo.

74

83

71

228

Jason Lindgren

2001

Midland

Texas

77

78

73

228

T.J. Redding

2002

Creston

Iowa

76

69

83

228

T14

Josh Persons

2002

Fargo

N.D.

75

77

77

229

 

Derek Tolan

2004

Highlands Ranch

Colo.

78

74

77

229

 

Taylor McNeely

2004

Duncanville

Texas

75

77

77

229

T17

Luke Antonelli

2002

Silt

Colo.

79

82

69

230

Drew Reynolds

2002

Lee's Summit

Mo.

80

75

75

230

Jason Lund

2001

North Ogden

Utah

75

79

76

230

Drew Stoltz

2002

Fort Collins

Colo.

81

72

77

230

T21

Chris Halkowitz

2002

Johnson City

Tenn.

81

77

73

231

 

Kenny Palmer

2004

Scottsdale

Ariz.

78

76

77

231

 

Ryan Anderson

2002

Greeley

Colo.

80

74

77

231

 

David Schultz

2001

Fargo

N.D.

75

77

79

231

T25

Ashdon Woods

2001

Lander

Wyo.

81

77

74

232

Matt Bortis

2003

Parker

Colo.

78

79

75

232

T27

Derek O'Neill

2002

Littleton

Colo.

78

78

78

234

 

Elliott Wainwright

2003

Hillsborough

Calif.

79

76

79

234

 

Kenny Coakley

2002

Lakewood

Colo.

74

80

80

234

T30

Matt Brooks

2001

Mesa

Ariz.

78

84

73

235

Eric Anderson

2003

Plano

Texas

79

77

79

235

T32

Aaron Weston

2002

Lone Tree

Colo.

80

84

72

236

 

Michael Baird

2003

Castle Rock

Colo.

84

78

74

236

 

Braxton Hunter

2002

Rockford

Tenn.

74

79

83

236

T35

Kyle Sullivan

2003

Grand Junction

Colo.

84

80

73

237

Chris Kraft

2002

Arlington

Texas

84

79

74

237

Matthew Brunk

2001

Fort Collins

Colo.

80

80

77

237

T38

Christopher Manning

2002

Cody

Wyo.

75

85

78

238

 

Brandon Dornseif

2002

Littleton

Colo.

76

81

81

238

T40

Christopher Garehime

2003

Englewood

Colo.

85

82

72

239

Patrick McClennan

2002

Aspen

Colo.

81

82

76

239

Patrick Baxter

2002

Cherry Hills Village

Colo.

90

73

76

239

Nick Vanetten

2002

Colorado Springs

Colo.

83

77

79

239

T44

Reed Alexander

2001

Grand Junction

Colo.

85

81

74

240

 

Justin Foust

2002

Plano

Texas

82

80

78

240

 

Colton Turnquist

2002

Austin

Texas

84

77

79

240

 

Christian Rhineer

2002

Provo

Utah

83

74

83

240

48

Scott Vickerstaff

2001

Boulder

Colo.

80

81

80

241

T49

Scott Larson

2002

Aurora

Colo.

82

84

76

242

 

Casey Nelson

2002

Oxbow

N.D.

81

84

77

242

 

Kevin Conners

2003

Colorado Springs

Colo.

80

85

77

242

 

Chase Wortmann

2002

Grand Junction

Colo.

80

83

79

242

53

Matt Savage

2003

Scottsdale

Ariz.

80

84

79

243

T54

Nick Dunkle

2002

Bradenton

Fla.

91

75

78

244

 

Chris Smith

2001

Grand Junction

Colo.

78

88

78

244

 

Matt Henderson

2002

Greenwood Village

Colo.

79

84

81

244

 

Calder Hendrickson

2003

Superior

Colo.

82

78

84

244

T58

Andy Hessen

2002

Three Forks

Mont.

80

87

78

245

Brett Whiteman

2001

Scottsdale

Ariz.

76

84

85

245

T60

Michael Martin

2002

Littleton

Colo.

87

82

77

246

 

Jeffery Franks

2003

Steamboat Springs

Colo.

83

83

80

246

 

Brett Krebsbach

2001

Colorado Springs

Colo.

85

77

84

246

63

Paul Mendel

2002

Phoenix

Ariz.

82

82

84

248

64

Chris Schuler

2001

Minot

N.D.

83

84

82

249

65

Jeff Kiecke

2002

Austin

Texas

86

78

86

250

T66

Colt Hartrich

2001

Aspen

Colo.

83

87

81

251

 

Daniel Yoon

2002

Englewood

Colo.

77

94

80

251

 

Eric Winder

2004

Grand Junction

Colo.

86

82

83

251

 

Chris Barley

2003

Springfield

Ore.

85

81

85

251

 

Nate Walla

2002

Aspen

Colo.

80

84

87

251

71

James Marinelli

2002

Byron

Ill.

80

87

85

252

T72

Daniel Ponder

2003

Lone Tree

Colo.

89

81

85

255

 

Travis Reilly

2002

Louisville

Colo.

83

87

85

255

 

Dale Findley

2003

Anniston

Ala.

84

84

87

255

75

Jonathan Hewett

2002

Sioux Falls

S.D.

87

83

88

258

76

Brandon Sampson

2004

Englewood

Colo.

89

89

82

260

77

Jonathan Wall

2002

Colleyville

Texas

91

81

90

262

78

Matt Malin

2002

Westminster

Colo.

88

90

86

264

79

Lawrence Poh

2005

Aspen

Colo.

90

94

86

270

80

David Gilman

2002

Hotchiss

Colo.

95

94

82

271

Jonathan Levenson

2001

Metairie

La.

89

WD

GIRLS DIVISION

Pos.

Name

Class

City

State

Rd1

Rd2

Rd3

Total

1

Paula Creamer

2005

Pleasanton

Calif.

76

74

70

220

2

Courtney Jones

2002

Lake Quivira

Kan.

76

77

76

229

T3

Erin Tone

2001

Gilbert

Ariz.

79

81

70

230

 

Jennifer Karr

2001

Scottsdale

Ariz.

77

74

79

230

5

Candy Herrera

2002

Apple Valley

Calif.

81

76

76

233

T6

Kylee King

2001

Morrison

Colo.

82

83

73

238

 

Lauren Todd

2003

Phoenix

Ariz.

81

75

82

238

 

Alana Johnson

2003

Litchfield Park

Ariz.

82

75

81

238

9

Lindsay Hulwick

2001

Littleton

Colo.

82

81

77

240

10

Margaret Garehime

2001

Englewood

Colo.

86

78

77

241

T11

Aimee Tjelmeland

2002

Fort Collins

Colo.

83

79

80

242

Alissa Kuczka

2002

Phoenix

Ariz.

80

82

80

242

13

Kelly Jacques

2004

Longmont

Colo.

82

80

82

244

14

Amanda Blumenherst

2005

Fort Wayne

Ind.

80

81

84

245

15

Tessa Gillam

2001

Englewood

Colo.

86

84

76

246

T16

Shannon Langhardt

2002

Lakewood

Colo.

82

88

78

248

Erica Dahl

2002

Fargo

N.D.

79

87

82

248

18

Kylie Anderson

2002

Great Falls

Mont.

88

82

83

253

19

Whitney Hernandez

2002

Powell

Wyo.

82

88

91

261

20

Whitney Townsend

2001

Calgary

Alberta

87

89

86

262

21

Jessica Ellis

2003

Littleton

Colo.

92

89

82

263

22

Ashley Anast

2003

Littleton

Colo.

93

93

85

271

23

Audrey Butler

2003

Grand Junction

Colo.

91

96

85

272

24

Kristin Walla

2005

Aspen

Colo.

95

90

94

279

 
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