NEMACOLIN JUNIOR CLASSIC
Nemacolin Woodlands Resort
Farmington, Pa. • June 29 - July 2

Media Score FARMINGTON, Pa. -- Final results from the Nemacolin Junior Classic conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort.
Boys Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 6979. Rating: 74.7. Slope: 140
Girls Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 6054. Rating: 77.1. Slope: 138

Boys Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Nicholas Scott
2011
Union, Ohio 72-75-71--218
T2 Andrew Lister
2011
Coronado, Calif. 71-74-74--219
2 James Yoon
2012
Bradenton, Fla. 71-74-74--219
2 Davis Womble
2012
High Point, N.C. 71-76-72--219
2 Todd McDaniel
2011
Manchester, Ky. 71-70-78--219
2 Craig Hornberger
2013
Lancaster, Pa. 75-70-74--219
7 Brian Starker
2011
Purchase, N.Y. 74-76-71--221
8 Connor  Tendall
2011
North Potomac, Md. 76-75-71--222
T9 Will Davenport
2011
Palm City, Fla. 75-75-74--224
9 Greg Podufal
2011
Erie, Pa. 74-77-73--224
9 Brett Rinker
2013
Slippery Rock, Pa. 72-78-74--224
12 Andrew Dorn
2011
West Chester, Ohio 73-74-78--225
T13 Nate Cohan
2011
Gaithersburg, Md. 78-75-73--226
13 Ben Warnquist
2011
Rockville, Md. 79-75-72--226
13 Jason  Sauder
2011
Mount Joy, Pa. 71-74-81--226
T16 Charles Edler
2011
Fair Haven, N.J. 77-76-74--227
16 Chris O'Neill
2012
Glen Allen, Va. 71-80-76--227
16 Charlie Phillips
2011
Mount Vernon, Ohio 79-72-76--227
16 Justin Miller
2011
Oakmont, Pa. 75-79-73--227
16 Chris Houston
2012
Gilford, N.H. 73-77-77--227
T21 Jamie Parsons
2011
Barrie, Ontario 73-77-78--228
21 Jonathan Heydt
2011
Mertztown, Pa. 76-78-74--228
23 Stanhope Johnson, Jr.
2012
Greensboro, N.C. 75-74-80--229
T24 Jordan Cowart
2011
Austin, Texas 79-77-74--230
24 Nicholas Palladino
2010
Highland Heights, Ohio 79-78-73--230
24 Trevor Times
2012
Williamsburg, Va. 76-77-77--230
T27 Oliver Van Nairn
2011
Twickenham, Middx, United Kingdom 80-79-72--231
27 L.J. Georgetti
2011
Marmora, N.J. 77-80-74--231
27 Matt Fry
2010
Bel Air, Md. 76-77-78--231
30 Easton Renwick
2011
Punxsutawney, Pa. 79-77-76--232
T31 Brandon Hartranft
2011
Lancaster, Pa. 77-80-76--233
31 Zachary Grossman
2011
East Hampton, N.Y. 77-77-79--233
31 Jimmy Ferguson
2011
Tipton, Pa. 75-77-81--233
31 Louis Walsh
2011
Clifton Park, N.Y. 75-79-79--233
T35 Matthew Moore
2014
Pittsburgh, Pa. 74-80-80--234
35 Nicholas Pandelena
2012
Atkinson, N.H. 81-71-82--234
35 Brett Myers
2011
Gaithersburg, Md. 79-74-81--234
35 Andrew Gai
2011
Westport, Conn. 81-76-77--234
35 David Daubert
2011
Hanover, Pa. 78-75-81--234
35 Patrick Cansfield
2010
Port Huron, Mich. 79-76-79--234
T41 Will Bernstein
2014
New York, N.Y. 76-83-77--236
41 Daniel Myers
2011
Ridgefield, Conn. 79-76-81--236
T43 Corey Eccles
2012
Ile Bizard, Quebec 82-74-81--237
43 Garrett Rodgers
2011
Cambridge Springs, Pa. 76-81-80--237
43 Alex Palmer
2011
Lancaster, Pa. 78-79-80--237
T46 Tom Nettles
2013
McMurray, Pa. 76-80-85--241
46 Austin Mann
2011
Collegeville, Pa. 81-76-84--241
46 Trent McPherson
2013
Venetia, Pa. 81-78-82--241
49 Michael Ricaurte
2011
Columbus, Ohio 85-71-86--242
Missed Cut
MC Joseph D'Amato 2011 Weston, Conn. 81-79--160
MC Eric Urda 2011 Sewickley, Pa. 81-79--160
MC Matthew Kreider 2010 Westlake, Ohio 79-81--160
MC Garrett Browning 2012 Pittsburgh, PA 79-82--161
MC Josh Taylor 2011 Crescent, Pa. 83-78--161
MC Matthew Hardman 2011 Gettysburg, Pa. 82-79--161
MC Jordan Bakhsh 2011 Newmarket, Ontario 80-81--161
MC Zack Ross 2011 Greensburg, Pa. 82-79--161
MC Brady Goodling 2011 Manheim, Pa. 79-82--161
MC Max Ruge 2011 McLean, Va. 80-82--162
MC Conor Dunne 2011 Longmeadow, Mass. 81-81--162
MC Will Laverack 2011 New Canaan, Conn. 82-80--162
MC John Yu 2011 Fresh Meadows, N.Y. 82-81--163
MC Matthew Zakutney 2013 Paducah, Ky. 83-80--163
MC Mark Pinti 2012 Bridgeport, W.Va. 76-88--164
MC Sam Geise 2012 Springboro, Ohio 83-81--164
MC Darren Simons 2011 St. Marys, Pa. 90-74--164
MC David Kostyal II 2011 Wilmington, N.C. 84-81--165
MC Matt DeGiorgio 2011 Mansfield, Mass. 83-82--165
MC Maxwell Marlovits 2011 Sewickley, Pa. 88-77--165
MC Douglas  Fernandez 2011 Ithaca, N.Y. 85-80--165
MC Jack Williams 2012 Garden City, N.Y. 82-83--165
MC Tommy Leech 2011 Pittsburgh, Pa. 81-84--165
MC Cole Meitner 2011 Tuxedo, N.Y. 81-84--165
MC Tim Novic 2012 Upper St. Clair, Pa. 84-81--165
MC Chris Cline 2011 Greensburg, Pa. 82-83--165
MC Conor  Gilbert 2011 Lancaster, Pa. 87-79--166
MC AJ Sieger III 2011 Beaver Falls, Pa. 81-85--166
MC James Dornes 2012 Lancaster, Pa. 84-82--166
MC Nicholas Joseph 2012 New Castle, Pa. 79-87--166
MC Jared Howard 2011 Dublin, Ohio 90-76--166
MC Matt Plummer 2011 Mechanicsburg, Pa. 83-83--166
MC Geoff Vartelas 2012 Cromwell, Conn. 88-78--166
MC Jeffrey Jackman 2011 Summerfield, N.C. 78-88--166
MC Brett  Cox 2011 Pittsburgh, Pa. 78-88--166
MC Kyle Krout 2011 Cogan Station, Pa. 81-86--167
MC Nikko Giangiuli 2012 New Castle, Pa. 88-79--167
MC Zach Allinson 2011 Allentown, Pa. 81-87--168
MC Richard Cullinan 2011 Pittsburgh, Pa. 85-83--168
MC Michael McNulty 2011 Harmony, Pa. 82-86--168
MC Maxwell Madler 2011 Canonsburg, Pa. 89-79--168
MC Patrick Heaney 2011 New Hyde Park, N.Y. 86-84--170
MC Bradley Thornton 2012 New Castle, Pa. 89-83--172
MC John Bush 2011 Pittsburgh, Pa. 84-88--172
MC Steven Veydt 2010 Cecil, Pa. 88-84--172
MC Evan Garda 2011 Oakmont, Pa. 88-84--172
MC Samuel Zamet 2011 Babylon, N.Y. 89-84--173
MC Nitis Udornpim 2012 Fulton, Md. 81-92--173
MC Zac Bihler 2011 Erie, Pa. 89-85--174
MC Micah Markantone 2011 Murrysville, Pa. 81-93--174
MC Chad Long 2011 New Castle, Pa. 87-87--174
MC Evan Lestini 2012 Bridgeville, Pa. 91-84--175
MC Jeong Hoon Lee 2011 (South Korea) North Wales, Pa. 83-92--175
MC Joey Manzinger 2011 Marshall Township, Pa. 87-89--176
MC Cameron Ford 2012 Bridgeport, W.Va. 82-95--177
MC Shane  Eichenlaub 2011 New Castle, Pa. 90-89--179
MC Cody Moore 2011 State College, Pa. 90-90--180
MC Lance Semich 2011 McKees Rocks, Pa. 90-91--181
MC Austin Ball 2011 Clinton, Mass. 85-100--185
         
Girls Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Juliet Vongphoumy
2011
Providence, R.I. 75-75-71--221
2 Thanya Pattamakijsakul
2013
Nonthaburi, Thailand 72-73-81--226
3 Lindsey Murray
2014
Tipp City, Ohio 77-72-79--228
4 Rene Sobolewski
2010
Buffalo, N.Y. 78-75-77--230
5 Stani Schiavone
2011
Bangor, Pa. 76-83-74--233
6 Bernice Sitompul
2012
Jakarta, Indonesia 81-77-77--235
7 Christina Cantu
2010
Houston, Texas 76-78-82--236
8 Mckenzie Cutter
2011
Waldorf, Md. 83-77-78--238
T9 Lisa Combs
2011
Amissville, Va. 84-79-76--239
9 Stephanie Frankian
2013
Watertown, Mass. 84-80-75--239
11 Alexandra Austin
2011
Burke, Va. 83-77-82--242
T12 Brynn FitzGerald
2012
Pepper Pike, Ohio 79-85-81--245
12 Erin Michel
2011
Mason, Ohio 81-85-79--245
12 Martina Bertuccioli
2013
Cordoba, Argentina 84-82-79--245
15 Brianna Murray
2010
Southlake, Texas 81-82-83--246
T16 Yvonne Zheng
2013
(China) Bradenton, Fla. 82-80-85--247
16 Laura Kanouse
2012
Boca Raton, Fla. 86-80-81--247
18 Marie Santacroce
2011
Mattituck, N.Y. 85-78-92--255
Missed Cut
MC Diana Brown 2010 Potomac, Md. 81-86--167
MC Tess Fraser 2012 Marysville, Ohio 84-83--167
MC Kelly Okun 2011 Palm Beach, Fla. 82-86--168
MC Carolyn Markley 2015 Maineville, Ohio 82-86--168
MC Sarah Brown 2011 Severna Park, Md. 79-91--170
MC Michelle Peng 2011 West Harrison, N.Y. 84-88--172
MC Lauren McKinzie 2012 Medina, Ohio 91-84--175
MC Alexandra Reed 2011 Westborough, Mass. 88-87--175
MC Mallory Cortis 2011 Chambersburg, Pa. 85-91--176
MC Sara Jackson 2011 State College, Pa. 90-89--179
MC Paige Thompson 2011 Pittsford, N.Y. 87-93--180
MC Mary Funk 2011 Nashville, Tenn. 91-97--188
MC Paige Wojdyla 2011 Cranberry Township, Pa. 97-100--197
MC Callee Roscoe 2011 Cheshire, Conn. 98-102--200
MC Taylor Krout 2013 Cogan Station, Pa. 93-109--202
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Juliette Garay
2012
La Jolla, Calif.
84-DQ 20-7C
 

Scott Earns First AJGA Victory at the Nemacolin Junior Classic
Vongphoumy rallies to win Girls Division by five strokes at the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort - Mystic Rock Course

FARMINGTON, Pa. — Nicholas Scott of Union, Ohio, entered the final round six strokes behind the Boys Division leader, but fired a low final round 1-under-par 71 to clench his first American Junior Golf Association victory. Juliet Vongphoumy of Providence, R.I., also came from behind to claim her first AJGA win in the Girls Division after she shot a 1-under-par 71.

The Nemacolin Junior Classic was a 54-hole stroke play event conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort — Mystic Rock Course in Farmington, Pa. The 142-player tournament field featured 108 boys and 34 girls, ages 12-18, from 19 states, Thailand, Indonesia, United Kingdom and Canada. Friday's final round was cut to feature 49 boys and 18 girls. The Boys Division was playing the par-72 course at 6,979 yards while the Girls Division played at 6,054 yards.

Coming into the Nemacolin Junior Classic, Scott said he had a good feeling about his chances to earn a victory.

“I've been playing really well lately,” Scott said. “My dad and I were talking and saying how this could be my week.”

Carrying that confidence with him, Scott started his final round strong with back-to-back birdies on Nos. 1 and 2, and finished the round with three birdies to shoot a 2-over-par 218. Playing in his third year with the AJGA, Scott said he was excited to earn his first win.

“It feels great,” Scott said. “I just figured I would go out and try to post something low and see what happens.”

Utilizing his strong shot-making ability and a solid putting game, Scott hit 13 fairways on his way to hoisting his first trophy.

In a five-way tie for second place were Craig Hornberger of Ephrata, Pa., Davis Womble of High Point, N.C., Andrew Lister of Haymarket, Va., James Yoon of Bradenton, Fla., and Todd McDaniel of Manchester, Ky., who all finished with 3-over-par 219.

Vongphoumy, who had been playing solid golf all week and came into the final round five strokes back of the Girls Division leader, was able to battle back to finish with her first-ever AJGA win. Fighting off nerves and her strong competitors, Vongphoumy said the win was a special feeling.

“It feels terrific,” Vongphoumy said. “I'm jumping up and down inside. It was really nerve-racking coming into that last hole. I could hear my heart beating in my ear.”

Maintaining her cool on the surface, Vongphoumy closed a five-stroke gap, carding four birdies on her round to help her finish at 5-over-par 221.

“I played a lot better than the first two days,” Vongphoumy said. “I put a lot of shots close and my putting came through for me.”

Finishing in second place was Thanya Pattamakijsakul of Nonthaburi, Thailand, with a 10-over-par 226. In third was Lindsey Murray of Tipp City, Ohio, after shooting 12-over-par 228.

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