AJGA PHILADELPHIA OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP
Huntingdon Valley Country Club
Huntingdon Valley, Pa. • August 7 - 10

Media Score HUNTINGDON VALLEY, Pa. -- Final results from the AJGA Philadelphia Open Championship conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Huntingdon Valley Country Club.
Boys Par: 35-35--70. Yardage: 6836. Rating: 74. Slope: 137
Girls Par: 35-35--70. Yardage: 6019. Rating: 76.7. Slope: 140

Boys Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Cody Cox
2013
Milford, Pa. 70-72-73--215
2 Austin Powell
2011
Jupiter, Fla. 73-70-73--216
3 Theo Humphrey
2014
Greenwich, Conn. 73-73-73--219
4 Woody Woodward
2013
Fairmont, W.Va. 75-74-71--220
5 Matt Oshrine
2013
Baltimore, Md. 71-75-75--221
6 John Voetsch
2012
New Vernon, N.J. 74-75-73--222
T7 Tripp H'Doubler
2013
Atlanta, Ga. 79-71-74--224
7 Zachary Toste
2012
Pembroke Pines, Fla. 74-75-75--224
T9 Roshan Chekuri
2012
Pleasanton, Calif. 71-77-77--225
9 Peter Kim
2013
Metuchen, N.J. 79-71-75--225
T11 Zachary Herr
2013
New Hope, Pa. 74-80-72--226
11 James Dornes
2012
Lancaster, Pa. 74-77-75--226
T13 Evan Notaro
2013
Bath, Pa. 79-70-78--227
13 Andrew Ettinger
2012
Boca Raton, Fla. 78-72-77--227
T15 Christian Cichan
2013
Charlotte, N.C. 77-76-75--228
15 Craig Hornberger
2013
Lancaster, Pa. 77-76-75--228
15 Kevin Rawding
2011
Convent Station, N.J. 76-75-77--228
T18 Michael Davis
2014
Newtown Square, Pa. 76-75-78--229
18 Michael DiTursi
2012
Rye, N.Y. 80-78-71--229
18 Sean Boyle
2012
Catonsville, Md. 74-79-76--229
18 Paul Saad
2013
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 74-79-76--229
18 Charles Cai
2012
West Windsor, N.J. 77-72-80--229
18 Jeremy Wall
2014
Brielle, N.J. 76-74-79--229
24 Jimmy Dengler
2012
Rumson, N.J. 76-78-76--230
T25 Stephen Pastore
2012
Greenwich, Conn. 78-77-76--231
25 Mark Reilly
2013
Babylon, N.Y. 77-77-77--231
T27 Conor Rodrigues
2014
Kingston, Ontario 76-79-77--232
27 Stephen Piela
2012
Wallington, N.J. 72-74-86--232
27 Joe Willis
2012
Lake Forest, Ill. 75-76-81--232
T30 Gordon Moore
2014
Bronxville, N.Y. 80-73-80--233
30 Geoff Vartelas
2012
Cromwell, Conn. 75-78-80--233
32 Luke Edelman
2012
Mahwah, N.J. 78-78-78--234
T33 Benjamin Andrews
2012
Palmerton, Pa. 75-80-80--235
33 David Pelekoudas
2012
Irvine, Calif. 74-78-83--235
33 Ethan Wall
2013
Brielle, N.J. 81-80-74--235
33 Daniel Myers
2012
West Chester, Pa. 78-79-78--235
T37 Evan Thornton
2013
Wyomissing, Pa. 84-82-71--237
37 Andrew Mlynarski
2011
St. Michaels, Md. 78-82-77--237
T39 Jesse Perkins
2012
West Babylon, N.Y. 74-83-81--238
39 Robert Hoeppner
2012
Harleysville, Pa. 83-76-79--238
41 Alexander Marieb
2012
Orange, Conn. 80-79-81--240
T42 Jonathan Ortiz
2012
Winter Garden, Fla. 85-78-78--241
42 Kyle Martin
2012
Ambler, Pa. 80-80-81--241
42 Blake Vogdes
2015
Wildwood Crest, N.J. 85-78-78--241
T45 Jimmy Allen
2012
Media, Pa. 81-76-85--242
45 Cole Berman
2014
Rosemont, Pa. 81-79-82--242
47 Robert Seebold
2013
Danville, Pa. 80-77-86--243
48 Stewart Rickenbach
2013
Doylestown, Pa. 82-80-82--244
49 Kyle Deisher
2012
Montgomery, Pa. 79-83-84--246
50 Jack Gregor
2014
North Wales, Pa. 83-79-85--247
T51 Gian Turco
2012
Bethlehem, Pa. 87-78-84--249
51 Morgan Dougherty
2012
Warrington, Pa. 81-86-82--249
53 Andrew Gladstone
2012
Rye, N.Y. 86-82-85--253
-
L.J. Georgetti
2011
Marmora, N.J.
82-JWD
-
Jack Maerki
2011
Brightwaters, N.Y.
-DQ - Rule 6-3a
-
Michael Troy
2011
Stamford, Conn.
82-80-QWD
         
Girls Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 *Anna Kim
2012
Chandler, Ariz. 72-77-70--219
2 Christine Lin
2012
Austin, Texas 72-75-72--219
3 Jordan Lippetz
2013
Bradenton, Fla. 73-74-75--222
4 Bethany Wu
2015
Diamond Bar, Calif. 74-75-75--224
5 Kacie Komoto
2013
Honolulu, Hawaii 78-71-76--225
6 Isabella DiLisio
2015
Hatfield, Pa. 76-77-75--228
7 Bryana Nguyen
2014
Columbia, Md. 83-74-73--230
8 Alexandra Hershberger
2012
Basking Ridge, N.J. 75-75-82--232
9 Clare Connolly
2011
Chevy Chase, Md. 79-75-82--236
T10 Alice Chen
2014
Princeton, N.J. 80-77-80--237
10 Jackie Rogowicz
2015
Yardley, Pa. 78-82-77--237
10 Kelly Whaley
2015
Farmington, Conn. 77-84-76--237
13 Alessandra Liu
2012
Bala Cynwyd, Pa. 76-81-82--239
14 Erica Herr
2014
New Hope, Pa. 79-82-80--241
15 Abby Lim
2015
Tenafly, N.J. 84-79-83--246
16 Brooke Nethercott
2012
Greenwich, Conn. 81-79-87--247
17 Sophia Chen
2013
Thousand Oaks, Calif. 83-82-83--248
18 Ashley Cassidy
2013
Doylestown, Pa. 81-85-85--251
19 Lauren Flynn
2012
Milton, Mass. 83-90-85--258
20 Blaise Carabello
2012
Bellaire, Texas 88-86-85--259
21 Madelein Herr
2016
New Hope, Pa. 85-92-83--260
  * Won via sudden-death playoff
 

Cox Goes Wire-to-Wire at AJGA Philadelphia Open Championship
Kim wins second AJGA event in two weeks at Huntingdon Valley Country Club

HUNTINGDON VALLEY, Pa. — Cody Cox of Milford, Pa., won the Boys Division at Huntingdon Valley with a tournament total of 5-over-par 215. Anna Kim of Chandler, Ariz., topped the Girls Division in a sudden-death playoff with a tournament total of 9-over-par 219.

The AJGA Philadelphia Open Championship was a 54-hole stroke play event conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Huntingdon Valley Country Club—Toomey & Flynn Courses in Huntingdon Valley, Pa. The tournament field boasted 56 boys and 21 girls, ages 12-18, from 15 states, Dubai and Canada. The Boys Division played the par-70 course at 6,836 yards and the Girls Division played at 6,019 yards.

Cox got off to a slow start putting and hitting the ball poorly, carding 4-over on the front nine. His game turned on the back nine when he made two birdies on Nos. 13 and 14.

“I made a birdie on No. 13, but Austin Powell answered back birdying the next hole,” Cox said. “He and I went back and forth, every time I made a putt he would answer back. I was just grinding it out trying to get a score together.”

Austin Powell of Jupiter, Fla., was one stroke behind Cox, carding a tournament total of 6-over-par 216. Theo Humphrey of Greenwich, Conn., finished the tournament with a score of 9-over-par 219. Woody Woodward of Bridgeport, W. Va., shot the Boys Division final low round, finishing the tournament in fourth with a final round of 1-over-par 71, three-day total of 10-over-par-220. Rounding out the top five in the Boys Division was Matt Oshrine of Baltimore, Md., with a tournament total of 11-over-par 221.

Both Cox and Kim attribute their wins to a positive attitude out on the Toomey and Flynn courses. Kim had a couple of three- putts and par saves, but continued to keep a positive attitude.

“I tried to just take it one shot at a time,” Kim said. “I just wanted to stay positive no matter what.”

Kim's win last week was her first of the season at the Frederica Open Championship in St. Simons Island, Ga.

“This is two AJGA wins in a row,” Kim said. “Because of the win, it got my confidence up, and now it feels even better.”

Christine Lin of Austin, Texas completed two holes of sudden-death playoff, losing to Kim on the second hole. Lin carded a final round of 2-over-par 72, three day total of 9-over-par 219. Jordan Lippetz of Bradenton, Fla., finished in third with three day scores of 73-74-75, tournament total 12-over-par 222.

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