WOODWARD VIDEO JUNIOR AT THE GREENBRIER
The Greenbrier - Meadows Course
White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. • September 2 - 5

Media Score WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. -- Second Round results from the Woodward Video Junior at The Greenbrier conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at The Greenbrier.
Boys Par: 35-35--70. Yardage: 6669. Rating: 74.1. Slope: 132
Girls Par: 34-34--68. Yardage: 5502. Rating: . Slope:

Boys Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 John Boehme
2012
Jacksonville Beach, Fla. 69-69--138
T2 Joshua Martin
2015
Pinehurst, N.C. 69-69--138
2 Thomas Walsh
2015
High Point, N.C. 70-68--138
2 Tyler McDaniel
2015
Manchester, Ky. 69-69--138
T5 Thadd Obecny II
2014
Wheeling, W.Va. 72-67--139
5 Colin Proctor
2014
Anderson, Ind. 68-71--139
5 Michael Monroe
2012
Franklin, Tenn. 70-69--139
T8 Stephen Pastore
2012
Greenwich, Conn. 69-71--140
8 Brendon Jelley
2013
Tulsa, Okla. 72-68--140
8 Tyler Lail
2012
Conover, N.C. 72-68--140
T11 Sean Bozuk
2012
Burlington, Ontario 72-70--142
11 William Register
2014
Burlington, N.C. 73-69--142
T13 Reed Hrynewich
2013
Muskegon, Mich. 75-68--143
13 Griffin Clark
2013
South Chesterfield, Va. 70-73--143
13 Grant Daugherty
2012
Alcoa, Tenn. 76-67--143
13 Andrew Ertel
2012
The Woodlands, Texas 71-72--143
13 Chandler Morgan
2013
Lexington, Ky. 72-71--143
13 Archer Price
2014
Gastonia, N.C. 71-72--143
13 Will Long
2013
Gastonia, N.C. 72-71--143
13 Zachary Bauchou
2015
Forest, Va. 67-76--143
13 Ryan Mondy
2013
Blacksburg, Va. 70-73--143
T22 Michael Durio
2012
The Woodlands, Texas 73-71--144
22 David Sargent
2012
Cornelius, N.C. 78-66--144
22 Theo Humphrey
2014
Greenwich, Conn. 71-73--144
22 Conner Hayden
2012
Chilhowie, Va. 70-74--144
22 Trevor Smith
2012
Newnan, Ga. 73-71--144
22 James Dornes
2012
Lancaster, Pa. 71-73--144
22 Michael Decker
2013
Pebble Beach, Calif. 71-73--144
T29 Peter French
2012
Bellingham, Mass. 75-70--145
29 Byongjoon Park
2012
(South Korea) Glenview, Ill. 75-70--145
29 Drew Johnson
2013
Oak Ridge, N.C. 75-70--145
29 Harrison Shih
2012
Saddle River, N.J. 73-72--145
29 Connor Walters
2012
Salem, Va. 74-71--145
29 Keegan Boone
2012
Bethesda, Md. 71-74--145
29 Jonathan DiIanni
2012
Kernersville, N.C. 73-72--145
29 James Park
2013
Deerfield, Mass. 71-74--145
29 Trevor Phillips
2016
Inman, S.C. 78-67--145
T38 Edric Wung
2014
McLean, Va. 72-74--146
38 Tyler Silberberg
2013
Columbia, Md. 74-72--146
38 Cole Bradford
2013
Plano, Texas 74-72--146
38 Andrew Klasing
2012
Charlotte, N.C. 74-72--146
38 Will Cannon
2012
Hoover, Ala. 76-70--146
38 Jacob Ross
2013
Brookhaven, Miss. 71-75--146
38 Ashton Van Horne
2012
Georgetown, Ky. 73-73--146
38 David Yowell
2012
Marietta, Ga. 70-76--146
38 Matthew DiSalvo
2012
Great Falls, Va. 72-74--146
38 Jesse Hazam
2013
Mechanicsburg, Pa. 75-71--146
38 Conner Lewis
2012
Davidson, N.C. 73-73--146
38 Mark Pinti
2012
Bridgeport, W.Va. 72-74--146
38 David Weeks
2012
Harrison, Tenn. 74-72--146
38 Trevor Times
2012
Williamsburg, Va. 75-71--146
38 Michael Hocker II
2012
Chapel Hill, N.C. 72-74--146
38 Keegan Vea
2013
Evansville, Ind. 76-70--146
T54 Christian Cichan
2013
Charlotte, N.C. 75-72--147
54 Benjamin Griffin
2014
Chapel Hill, N.C. 77-70--147
54 Rhyne Jones
2013
Blowing Rock, N.C. 74-73--147
54 Jordin Corchis
2012
WaterSound, Fla. 75-72--147
54 Zach Botts
2013
Jonesborough, Tenn. 72-75--147
T59 Joshua Bumgarner
2013
Scott Depot, W.Va. 71-77--148
59 Daniel Cavanagh
2012
Perham, Minn. 78-70--148
59 Matt Lemay
2014
Waterloo, Ontario 74-74--148
T62 Colton Wiggins
2012
Indiana, Pa. 74-75--149
62 Fred Allen Meyer
2014
Nicholasville, Ky. 77-72--149
62 Eloy Gonzalez
2012
Laredo, Texas 70-79--149
62 Timothy Colanta
2015
Reunion, Fla. 74-75--149
62 Davis Womble
2012
High Point, N.C. 78-71--149
62 Tom Nettles
2013
McMurray, Pa. 76-73--149
62 Matthew Mahle
2013
Lexington, Ky. 73-76--149
62 Evan McLeod
2013
Pebble Beach, Calif. 75-74--149
62 Jeffrey Meade
2012
Ashland, Ky. 73-76--149
62 Michael Davis
2014
Newtown Square, Pa. 75-74--149
62 Kendrick Vinar
2013
Hillsborough, N.C. 79-70--149
T73 Maclain Huge
2012
Lovettsville, Va. 75-75--150
73 Addison Coll
2013
Arlington, Va. 74-76--150
73 Mitchell Schneider
2012
Charlotte, N.C. 76-74--150
73 Jordan Batchelor
2014
St. Johns, Fla. 75-75--150
73 Will Branham
2012
Pikeville, Ky. 75-75--150
73 Will Evans
2013
Charleston, W.Va. 72-78--150
T79 Harrison Winger
2012
Orlando, Fla. 73-78--151
79 Alex Church
2012
Timonium, Md. 79-72--151
79 Jackson Moore
2012
Isle of Palms, S.C. 75-76--151
79 Ryan Stovash
2013
Orlando, Fla. 75-76--151
79 Christopher Hickman
2012
Centreville, Md. 78-73--151
T84 Chandler Fischer
2012
Nicholasville, Ky. 75-77--152
84 Dean Arthur
2013
Williamsville, N.Y. 76-76--152
84 Christopher DiSciullo
2012
Ijamsville, Md. 79-73--152
T87 Mason Carmel
2012
Bethesda, Md. 77-76--153
87 Chris Williams
2013
Scott Depot, W.Va. 77-76--153
87 Juan Yumar
2014
Miami, Fla. 78-75--153
87 Stephen Stallings, Jr
2013
Louisville, Ky. 74-79--153
T91 Andrew Priest
2014
Houston, Texas 82-72--154
91 Cameron Ford
2012
Bridgeport, W.Va. 78-76--154
T93 Hager Collins
2012
Lexington, Ky. 79-77--156
93 Tyler Satorius
2012
Annandale, Va. 83-73--156
95 Thomas la Morte
2014
Haworth, N.J. 81-76--157
96 Alan Cooke
2012
Vienna, W.Va. 79-79--158
97 Joey Johnson
2012
Ozark, Mo. 77-82--159
98 Christian Hitt
2012
Bridgeport, W.Va. 85-75--160
99 John David Sanderson
2012
Suffolk, Va. 83-79--162
-
Sam Chun
2012
Howey in the Hills, Fla.
-DQ - Rule 6-3a
         
Girls Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Lauren Salazar
2012
Santa Clara, Calif. 72-65--137
2 Kuriko Tsukiyama
2014
West New York, N.J. 69-69--138
3 Samantha Marks
2012
Maitland, Fla. 74-65--139
4 Julie Luo
2015
Centreville, Va. 73-68--141
T5 Elyse Smidinger
2012
Crofton, Md. 75-67--142
5 Janie Jackson
2012
Huntsville, Ala. 75-67--142
7 Jordan Ferreira
2013
University Place, Wash. 70-73--143
8 Sara Detlefsen
2012
Eagan, Minn. 71-73--144
T9 Bryana Nguyen
2014
Columbia, Md. 74-72--146
9 Sammi Lee
2013
Winter Park, Fla. 74-72--146
T11 Ali Cowan
2013
Victoria, Texas 72-75--147
11 Annie Dulman
2012
Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. 75-72--147
13 Jordan Lippetz
2013
Bradenton, Fla. 75-73--148
T14 Emily Campbell
2015
Carrollton, Texas 77-72--149
14 Lauren Riehle
2012
Wesley Chapel, Fla. 72-77--149
14 Ana Raga
2014
League City, Texas 78-71--149
14 Morgan Gonzales
2015
Chandler, Ariz. 74-75--149
18 Teleri Hughes
2013
Knoxville, Tenn. 77-73--150
19 Lauren Waller
2015
Canonsburg, Pa. 78-73--151
T20 Mary Mulcahy
2012
Scituate, Mass. 78-74--152
20 Megan Wilshire
2012
Georgetown, Ky. 80-72--152
20 Alexandra Farnsworth
2014
Nashville, Tenn. 75-77--152
T23 Tina Chang
2012
Mineola, N.Y. 78-76--154
23 Shannon Brooks
2015
Vienna, Va. 75-79--154
23 Jessica Merrill
2012
Reston, Va. 77-77--154
23 Eunice Yi
2013
Evans, Ga. 79-75--154
27 Jackie Rogowicz
2015
Yardley, Pa. 79-76--155
28 Kendall Allen
2012
Pittsburgh, Pa. 78-78--156
29 Alessandra Liu
2012
Bala Cynwyd, Pa. 81-76--157
T30 Alaina Yeatts
2014
Durham, N.C. 85-77--162
30 Lilette Mocio
2012
Plano, Texas 81-81--162
32 Adeena Shears
2016
Elizabeth, W.Va. 86-80--166
-
Christina Paulsen
2012
Ridgewood, N.J.
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Boehme Eagles in Playoff to Win at Woodward Video Junior at The Greenbrier
Salazar snags title at The Greenbrier - The Meadows Course

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — John Boehme of Jacksonville Beach, Fla., won a four-way sudden-death playoff Monday with an eagle on the second hole to win his first AJGA tournament. In the Girls Division, Lauren Salazar of Santa Clara, Calif., came from behind to win her second AJGA title at the Woodward Video Junior at The Greenbrier.

The Woodward Video Junior at The Greenbrier was originally a 54-hole stroke play event before being shortened to 36 holes, and was conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at The Greenbrier's Meadows Course in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. The tournament field consisted of 132 players from 26 states, Venezuela and Canada. The Boys Division played the par-70 course at 6,669 yards and the Girls Division played at 5,928 yards.

Two extra holes were necessary to determine the Boys Division champion after four players tied at 2-under-par 138. After each player birdied the first playoff hole at the par-5 seventh, they returned to the same tee. The second time around, Boehme was the only player to reach the green in two and earn the title with a long eagle putt.

“When it came to the playoff, I was a little nervous. During the first hole of the playoff, all of us birdied. After that, I calmed down and was able to sink a 25-footer for eagle. It felt great to win my final AJGA Open tournament, and to have my parents there to see it.”

Boehme had two birdies and an eagle during his final round to shoot a one-under-par 69 and earn a spot in the playoff.

“I knew that we were going to have some bad weather, so the struggle was just to stay focused on my game,” Boehme said. “My goal for the day was just to have fun. I was able to start my round with a 15-foot birdie putt, and that gave me the confidence to keep playing well. On No. 7, I made a 15-foot putt for eagle.”

Boehme also had top-10 finishes this year at the E-Z-GO Vaughn Taylor Championship presented by Electrolux and the AJGA Huntsville Junior.

Finishing in a three-way tie for second place were the remaining participants in the playoff. Thomas Walsh of High Point, N.C., Tyler McDaniel of Manchester, Ky., and Joshua Martin of Pinehurst, N.C., all carded scores of 2-under-par 138. Rounding out the top five for the Boys Division were Michael Monroe of Franklin, Tenn., Colin Proctor of Anderson, Ind., and Thadd Obecny, II of Wheeling, W. Va., all tied at 1-under-par 139.

Salazar had eight birdies to win the Girls Division by one stroke.

“I had a pretty solid round today,” Salazar said. “I made a lot of birdies, so that obviously helped out a lot. I was hitting them close because the greens were so wet. It was easy to go flag-hunting and stick them close. I made two birdies right out of the gate, and I was able to capitalize on almost all of my other chances, including one from about 20 feet.”

“I've always wanted to win this event,” Salazar said. “This is my third year back here, and I just wanted to keep coming back until I won. I'm glad that I was able to finish it strong. “

Salazar's previous AJGA win came at the Lockton Kansas City Junior in 2009.

Finishing in second place in the Girls Division was Kuriko Tsukiyama of West New York, N.J. with a tournament total of 2-under-par 138. Rounding out the top three with a score of 1-under-par 139 was Samantha Marks of Maitland, Fla.

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For more information about the Woodward Video Junior at The Greenbrier, please contact AJGA Headquarters at (770) 868-4200.

 
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