SIGNSATIONAL SIGNS JUNIOR AT THE WOODLANDS
The Woodlands Country Club
The Woodlands, Texas • June 6 - 9

Media Score THE WOODLANDS, Texas -- Second Round results from the Signsational Signs Junior at The Woodlands conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at The Woodlands Country Club.
Boys Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 6931. Rating: 73.6. Slope: 145
Girls Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 6014. Rating: 77.1. Slope: 140

Boys Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Vincent Martino
2012
Southlake, Texas 68-71--139
2 Brad Dalke
2015
Hobart, Okla. 71-71--142
T3 Andrew Ertel
2012
The Woodlands, Texas 73-71--144
3 Stratton Nolen
2013
Austin, Texas 71-73--144
5 Sam Fidone
2011
Lufkin, Texas 76-70--146
T6 Sam DeStefano
2011
Bryan, Texas 77-71--148
6 Eloy Gonzalez
2012
Laredo, Texas 72-76--148
6 Luke Sheehan
2012
Cypress, Texas 70-78--148
6 Drew Greenwood
2012
Hot Springs, Ark. 73-75--148
T10 Hayden Wood
2014
Edmond, Okla. 72-77--149
10 Jordan Hawkes
2012
Driftwood, Texas 79-70--149
10 Chester Wang
2014
The Woodlands, Texas 74-75--149
10 Christian De La Cruz
2014
San Antonio, Texas 74-75--149
T14 Brendon Jelley
2013
Tulsa, Okla. 71-79--150
14 Trevor Vega
2012
Victoria, Texas 69-81--150
14 Jonathan Beatty
2012
Montgomery, Texas 74-76--150
T17 Henry Davis
2013
Queretaro, Mexico 74-77--151
17 Aaron Guanlao
2014
Haslet, Texas 74-77--151
17 Frederick Wedel
2012
Houston, Texas 76-75--151
17 John Krapf
2013
The Woodlands, Texas 77-74--151
17 Julio Arguelles
2013
Lomas De Cocoyoc, Mexico 74-77--151
17 Matthew Barth
2011
The Woodlands, Texas 79-72--151
T23 Vincent Whaley
2013
McKinney, Texas 74-78--152
23 Justin Newby
2012
Parker, Texas 72-80--152
23 Austin Duhon
2013
Orange, Texas 73-79--152
23 Will Oliver
2011
Houston, Texas 75-77--152
T27 Carlos Pena
2012
Mission, Texas 81-72--153
27 Maxwell Miller
2015
College Station, Texas 69-84--153
27 Andrew Scamardo
2014
College Station, Texas 74-79--153
T30 Javier Villanueva
2012
Atizapan, Mexico 75-79--154
30 Ryan Mosley
2012
St. Petersburg, Fla. 78-76--154
30 Michael Durio
2012
The Woodlands, Texas 79-75--154
30 Arthur Edelman
2012
Howey in the Hills, Fla. 77-77--154
T34 Colin Frizzell
2013
Nacogdoches, Texas 78-77--155
34 Taylor MacKay
2013
Houston, Texas 80-75--155
34 Klein Klotz
2013
Austin, Texas 76-79--155
34 Wes Artac
2014
Kingwood, Texas 77-78--155
34 Sam Humphreys
2014
Edmond, Okla. 78-77--155
34 Logan Boatner
2011
Humble, Texas 82-73--155
T40 Andrew Winters
2012
Houston, Texas 77-79--156
40 Kevin Smith
2013
Corpus Christi, Texas 75-81--156
40 Patrick Bailey
2012
Houston, Texas 75-81--156
T43 Cole Madey
2015
West Linn, Ore. 79-78--157
43 Andrew Jacobe
2015
Houston, Texas 79-78--157
45 Garrison Lackey
2011
Weslaco, Texas 80-78--158
T46 Spencer Ciesla
2012
Naples, Fla. 81-78--159
46 Austin Wylie
2012
Boerne, Texas 82-77--159
46 Kyle Francis
2013
San Antonio, Texas 75-84--159
T49 Lonnie Smith
2013
Bellaire, Texas 82-78--160
49 Matthew Dunn
2012
Houston, Texas 77-83--160
49 Dennis Godoy, Jr.
2014
Hideaway, Texas 81-79--160
T52 Eric Ricard
2013
Shreveport, La. 80-82--162
52 Scott Tredo
2012
Fair Oaks Ranch, Texas 78-84--162
52 John Rafael
2013
Corpus Christi, Texas 81-81--162
52 Alessandro Bissaro
2012
San Antonio, Texas 76-86--162
T56 Parker Rodgers
2012
Houston, Texas 78-85--163
56 David Cha
2012
Carrollton, Texas 80-83--163
58 Cameron Bridges
2012
Prosper, Texas 81-83--164
T59 Thomas Scaff
2012
Houston, Texas 84-81--165
59 Will McDonald
2012
Sapulpa, Okla. 78-87--165
T61 Bradley Fleming
2012
Houston, Texas 77-89--166
61 Matt Krutz
2012
Norman, Okla. 83-83--166
T63 Turner Batdorf
2012
Houston, Texas 81-86--167
63 Jose Narro
2013
Austin, Texas 89-78--167
65 Pedro Ramon Arguindegui
2012
Laredo, Texas 83-87--170
T66 Polo Lopez
2012
Monterrey, Mexico 87-85--172
66 Ricardo Del Rio
2012
San Antonio, Texas 86-86--172
66 Ryan Bibby
2011
Corpus Christi, Texas 84-88--172
66 Leonardo Kitahara
2013
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 87-85--172
70 Santiago Lopez
2014
Boca Del Rio, Mexico 84-91--175
71 Ryan Hollander
2012
Brownsville, Texas 90-86--176
-
Kevin Foley
2011
The Woodlands, Texas
-JWD
         
Girls Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Christine Lin
2012
Austin, Texas 73-69--142
2 Maddie Szeryk
2014
Allen, Texas 69-74--143
3 Jordan Lippetz
2013
Bradenton, Fla. 72-72--144
4 Irina Paulin Gabasa
2011
Cebu, Philippines 72-74--146
5 Kayli Quinton
2012
Cypress, Texas 72-75--147
T6 Kelly McGovern
2013
The Woodlands, Texas 81-74--155
6 Cheyenne Knight
2015
Aledo, Texas 74-81--155
T8 Tezira Abe
2012
Angleton, Texas 79-77--156
8 Viviana Vazquez
2015
Santiago Nuevo Leon, Mexico 78-78--156
8 Taylor Coleman
2015
San Antonio, Texas 77-79--156
T11 Brooke McDougald
2015
The Woodlands, Texas 74-83--157
11 Abby Newton
2012
Katy, Texas 75-82--157
T13 Grace Choi
2013
Dallas, Texas 80-78--158
13 Alexandra Rossi
2012
Austin, Texas 81-77--158
T15 Jessica Tamen
2012
Edinburg, Texas 80-81--161
15 Nicole Budnik
2012
The Woodlands, Texas 79-82--161
17 Lindsey McCurdy
2013
Kyle, Texas 81-82--163
T18 Allison Howarth
2012
San Antonio, Texas 86-78--164
18 Angela No
2012
College Station, Texas 79-85--164
20 Lakareber Abe
2014
Angleton, Texas 81-84--165
21 Ariel Tidwell
2012
Allen, Texas 79-92--171
22 Abbie Driggers
2012
The Woodlands, Texas 85-87--172
23 Caitlyn Cassity
2011
Katy, Texas 92-83--175
-
Bernice Leonard
2012
Bellaire, Texas
86-98-QWD
 

Martino remains atop leaderboard at the Signsational Signs Junior at The Woodlands
Lin jumps ahead in Girls Division by one stroke at the Player Course

THE WOODLANDS, Texas — Vincent Martino of Southlake, Texas, shot a 1-under-par 71 in Wednesday's second round of the Signsational Signs Junior at The Woodlands, to solidify the lead in the Boys Division with a two-round tournament total of 5-under-par 139. Christine Lin of Austin, Texas, shot a 3-under-par 69 to take the lead in the Girls Division.

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the Signsational Signs Junior at The Woodlands is a 54-hole stroke play competition held at The Woodlands Country Club — Player Course. The par-72 course plays to 6,931 yards for the Boys Division and 6,014 yards for the Girls Division. The 95-player field features players from six states, Mexico, Brazil and the Philippines.

Martino, who three-putted twice, said he thought the speed of the greens made the second round at The Woodlands very challenging. Other aspects of his short game, however, were working in his favor.

“My chipping was much better today which was one of the things that saved me,” Martino said. “I was also hitting my irons well and kept everything in play.”

Brad Dalke of McKinney, Texas, sits in second place with a second-round score of 1-under-par 71 for a tournament total of 142.Tied for third place with even-par 144s are Andrew Ertel of The Woodlands, Texas, and Stratton Nolen of Austin, Texas. Sam Fidone of Lufkin, Texas, sits at 2-over-par 146 after a second round 2-under-par 70.

Lin finishes her second round with a tournament total of 2-under-par 142. Lin said her consistency and smart play on the course Wednesday resulted in 16 of 18 greens hit in regulation. The turning point in Lin's game was a 45-yard shot on the par-5 No. 7 that she hit within one foot of the hole, leading to a tap in birdie. That hole gave Lin momentum heading to the back nine.

When asked about her strategy for the final round, “Tomorrow I think the game plan is to just take one shot at a time and play trouble-free golf,” Lin said. “This is a good field and there is a lot of strong Texas players and other players I have played with from other states and countries who are really pushing me to perform my best.”

First-round leader Maddie Szeryk of Allen, Texas, sits in second place in the Girls Division, with a tournament total of 1-under-par 143. Jordan Lippetz of Bradenton, Fla., is in third place with a tournament total of even-par 144.

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The final round of the Signsational Signs Junior at The Woodlands will tee off Thursday at the No. 1 tee from 7:15 a.m. to 12:25 p.m. For more information, please contact the Tournament Director Rachel Graves at (770) 861-0519.

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Weekly Results
Junior All-Star Invitational sponsored by NIKEGOLF
Boys
Total
1
Norman Xiong
204
T
2
Garrett Barber
205
T
2
Kaiwen Liu
205
Girls
Total
1
Yujeong Son
207
2
Youngin Chun
208
T
3
Allyson Geer
217
T
3
Isabella Fierro
217
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Boys
Total
1
Donnie Trosper
140
2
Brad Dalke
143
3
Austin Connelly
145
Girls
Total
1
Kaitlyn Papp
139
2
Angel Yin
145
T
3
Lilia Vu
146
T
3
Jillian Hollis
146
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