Westin Mission Hills Resort - Gary Player Signature Course
Rancho Mirage, Calif. • May 12 - 14

Hagy earns second with a 143 while seven boys tie for third at 144

RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif.- Beginning the day in a six-way tie for 13th, Nicholas Losole III of Scottsdale, Ariz., overcame a four-stroke deficit to win medalist honors at the Medicus Preseason Junior at Rancho Mirage in California. For the 36-hole event, Losole shot 73-69 for a tournament total of 142.

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the Medicus Preseason Junior at Rancho Mirage was held at The Westin Mission Hills Resort on the Gary Player Signature Course in Rancho Mirage, Calif. The par-72 course was set up at 6,883 yards. The tournament field consisted of 84 boys representing 11 states and Canada, including 61 from the state of California.

Losole shot a 2-under-par 34 on the front nine of his final round, which included three birdies and one bogey.

“Going into today I thought a 66 would give me the win,” said Losole. “Because of my slow start today I didn't think I was going to win, I was just hoping for a top 10 finish.”

The 15-year-old proceeded to par the next eight-out-of-nine holes to card a 1-under-par 35 on the back nine, posting a 69, the low round of the day. After his first AJGA tournament, Losole is looking forward to his next event.

“This win gives me a good outlook on my game,” continued Losole. “I now have a lot more optimism for my future in the AJGA.”

Brandon Hagy of Westlake Village, Calif., placed second in the event with a two-day total of 70-73 — 143, while seven boys tied for third at 144, two strokes behind the leader. Those boys include Dusty Craddock of Boulder City, Nev., Brandon Lang of Ramona, Calif., Gavin Foster of North Tustin, Calif., Matthew Siporin of Tarzana, Calif., Niall Platt of Santa Barbara, Calif., Ramsey Sahyoun of Reseda, Calif., and James Albert of San Bernardino, Calif.

Thomas Moore of Huntington Beach, Calif., rounds out the top 10, shooting a 1-over-par 145 throughout the two-day event.

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RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif. — Final round results from the Medicus Preseason Junior at Rancho Mirage that was conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at The Westin Mission Hills Resort — Gary Player Signature Course. Par: Boys: 36-36—72. Yardage: Boys: 6,883. Rating/Slope: Boys: 71.3/124.


1 Nicholas Losole III, Scottsdale, Ariz. 73-69-142

2 Brandon Hagy, Westlake Village, Calif. 70-73-143

T3 Matthew Siporin, Tarzana, Calif. 72-72-144

T3 Dusty Craddock, Boulder City, Nev. 73-71-144

T3 Brandon Lang, Ramona, Calif. 73-71-144

T3 Gavin Foster, North Tustin, Calif. 72-72-144

T3 Niall Platt, Santa Barbara, Calif. 71-73-144

T3 James Albert, San Bernardino, Calif. 69-75-144

T3 Ramsey Sahyoun, Reseda, Calif. 70-74-144

10 Thomas Moore, Huntington Beach, Calif. 72-73-145

T11 DJ Milligan, Cedar Ridge, Calif. 74-72-146

T11 Joseph Stewart, Palm Desert, Calif. 74-72-146

T11 Blake Parker, Placentia, Calif. 72-74-146

T11 David Marshall, St. Louis, Mo. 71-75-146

T15 Niko Bain, Glendale, Ariz. 74-73-147

T15 Mark Alvarez, Pomona, Calif. 73-74-147

T15 Connor Fehmel, Agoura Hills, Calif. 72-75-147

T15 Ty Chambers, Brush Prairie, Wash. 76-72-148

T15 Daniel Lee, Valencia, Calif. 76-72-148

T15 Matthew Ouimet, Coto De Caza, Calif. 76-72-148

T15 Ben Itterman, Carlsbad, Calif. 75-73-148

T15 Greg Poos, Fremont, Calif. 75-73-148

T15 Jordan Bucy, El Paso, Texas 74-74-148

T15 Neal McCarty, Sierra Vista, Ariz. 74-74-148

T15 Mark Hicks, Bermuda Dunes, Calif. 71-77-148

T15 Alex Macaluso, Valencia, Calif. 74-75-149

T15 Samuel Krause, Whitefish, Mont. 73-76-149

T15 Sean Jarvis, Vancouver, British Columbia 72-77-149

T29 Tommy Fonseca, San Dimas, Calif. 76-74-150

T29 Josh Ziska, Camarillo, Calif. 78-72-150

T29 Kent Crymes, Athens, Ga. 75-75-150

T29 John Catlin, Carmichael, Calif. 78-72-150

T29 Christopher Russo, Westlake Village, Calif. 78-72-150

T29 Ross Hutchason, Apple Valley, Calif. 75-75-150

T29 Rak Cho, Los Angeles, Calif. 73-77-150

36 Michael Tuel, Dalton, Minn. 76-75-151

T37 Chase Patten, Simi Valley, Calif. 76-76-152

T37 Jack Wesche, Calgary, Alberta 78-74-152

T37 Kurtis Kuida, Redondo Beach, Calif. 78-74-152

T37 Sean Harris, Santa Monica, Calif. 75-77-152

T37 Jeffrey Eggen, Mesa, Ariz. 74-78-152

42 Wyatt Amend, Ojai, Calif. 77-76-153

T43 Robert DeHuff, Coto de Caza, Calif. 77-77-154

T43 Brendan Doyle, Beverly Hills, Calif. 76-78-154

T43 Ryan Irish, Gold River, Calif. 79-75-154

T43 John Elsaesser, South Pasadena, Calif. 79-75-154

T47 Benjamin Lein, Diamond Bar, Calif. 76-79-155

T47 Cole Pensanti, Oak Park, Calif. 74-81-155

T49 Jake Katz, Thousand Oaks, Calif. 77-79-156

T49 Bradley Kohlrus, Sammamish, Wash. 78-78-156

T49 Brandon Van Goethen, Huntington Beach, Calif. 79-77-156

T49 Alexander Choi, Beverly Hills, Calif. 80-76-156

T49 Daniel Covrig, Modesto, Calif. 80-76-156

T49 Charlie Marusiak, Phoenix, Ariz. 80-76-156

T49 Darius Estrada, Henderson, Nev. 82-74-156

T56 Luke Vivolo, Carmel, Calif. 77-80-157

T56 Jay Lim, Stevenson Ranch, Calif. 76-81-157

T56 Stephen Nelson, Huntington Beach, Calif. 82-75-157

59 Robert Quick, Littleton, Colo. 77-81-158

T60 Steven Cooney, San Rafael, Calif. 80-79-159

T60 Dan Dhimdis, Lake View Terrace, Calif. 80-79-159

T60 Conor Salcido, San Jose, Calif. 80-79-159

T60 Justin Haase, Spokane, Wash. 82-77-159

T64 Kyle Gyermek, Hidden Hills, Calif. 79-81-160

T64 David Rohrs, Los Altos, Calif. 83-77-160

T66 Ahron Valverde, Whitter, Calif. 78-83-161

T66 Craig Wolfman, Manhattan Beach, Calif. 80-81-161

68 Ryan Chan, Carson, Calif. 82-80-162

T69 Alex Bender, Manhattan Beach, Calif. 85-78-163

T69 David Dwyer, Sherman Oaks, Calif. 85-78-163

T71 Brian Schmidt, San Diego, Calif. 81-84-165

T71 Kevin Fuchs, Garden City, N.Y. 83-82-165

T71 Merritt Blanks, Tucson, Ariz. 86-79-165

T71 Ryan Choi, Carlsbad, Calif. 86-79-165

T75 Thomas Steiner, Lakewood, Colo. 77-89-166

T75 Rex Laird, San Diego , Calif. 85-81-166

T75 Andrew Roberts, Carmichael, Calif. 87-79-166

T78 Joseph Filia III, Big Bear Lake, Calif. 83-85-168

T78 Travis Bregman, Newhall, Calif. 85-83-168

T80 Benjamin Davis, Lakewood, Colo. 83-89-172

T80 Johnny Marusiak, Phoenix, Ariz. 87-85-172

T80 Jordan Malinoff, Calabasas, Calif. 89-83-172

83 Matthew Fitzgerald, Riverside, Calif. 89-85-174

Nolan Clark, Coto de Caza, Calif. 76-DQ

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