COMPAQ JUNIOR ALL-STAR CLASSIC AT FIELDSTONE
Fieldstone Golf Club
Greenville, Del.
July 23-25, 2001

NORTHCUTT COMES FROM THREE STROKES BACK TO WIN AT FIELDSTONE
Reno overcomes five-shot deficit to win Girls Division

GREENVILLE, Del.-Glenn Northcutt of Dothan, Ala., fired a final-round 67 at Fieldstone Golf Club Wednesday to claim the Boys Division title at the Compaq Junior All-Star Classic at Fieldstone. Jessica Reno of Wilmington, Del., carded a 2-over-par 73 to take the Girls Division championship.

The 14-year-old Northcutt shot 3-under on the front nine and 1-under on the back to finish the tournament at 1-under-par.

"I struck the ball really well today," Northcutt said. "I was in good position for birdies all day. I made some putts and missed some and it turned out to be a good round."

Northcutt's goal entering the final round was to make the top-eight but started thinking about a higher finish on the back nine. He relied on steady play and good shotmaking coming down the home stretch to grab his first AJGA win in only his second event.

"When I ran into some trouble, I just stayed focused and got up-and-down. I knew that 16, 17 and 18 were good birdie holes. I hit the ball to three feet on 16 and made birdie. After that, I figured it was the golf tournament if I made par on 18."

Northcutt's first AJGA win is helping him build confidence for future tournaments.

"The AJGA is the real deal-it's the top level of junior golf. Everybody wants to play and succeed out here."

Greg Carlin of Kensington, Md., needed to birdie No. 18 to force a playoff for the Boys Division championship but made bogey to finish two strokes behind Northcutt at 72-71--143. Kevin Lozares of Mt. View, Calif., carded a final-round 71 to finish at 4-over-par 146. Stephen Walton of West Chester, Pa., finished at 5-over-par with rounds of 75-72--147. Rounding out the top-five in a tie for fifth were Brian Steeves of Wappingers Falls, N.Y., and Jon Curran of Hopkinton, Mass., at 6-over-par 148.

In the Girls Division, Reno used smart decisions to shoot her best tournament round and win her first AJGA event. Her win gives her the confidence to compete with the best players.

"I lost five strokes yesterday because I hit a driver on a few holes so I tried to play a lot smarter today," Reno said. "This win makes me think I can play in AJGA events and beat the best players out there."

Meredith Godwin of Swarthmore, Pa., finished in second behind Reno at 75-83--158. Katie Trachok of Upper St. Clair, Pa., finished in third at 79-84--163.

For more information regarding the Compaq Junior All-Star Series or other AJGA events, please contact the national headquarters at (770) 868-4200.

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GREENVILLE, Del. -- Final results from the COMPAQ JUNIOR ALL-STAR CLASSIC AT FIELDSTONE conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Fieldstone Golf Club. Par: 35-36--71. Yardage: Boys: 6,391; Girls: 5,528


BOYS DIVISION

Pos.

Name

Class

City

State

Rd1

Rd2

Total

1

Glenn Northcutt

(2005)

Dothan

Ala.

74

67

141

2

Greg Carlin

(2004)

Kensington

Md.

72

71

143

3

Kevin Lozares

(2004)

Mt. View

Calif.

75

71

146

4

Stephen Walton

(2004)

Westchester

Pa.

75

72

147

T5

Jon Curran

(2005)

Hopkinton

Mass.

78

70

148

 

Brian Steeves

(2004)

Wappingers Falls

N.Y.

74

74

148

7

Andrew Dibitetto

(2004)

Rochester

N.Y.

74

75

149

T8

Kyle Davis

(2005)

Kennett Square

Pa.

73

77

150

 

Jared Taylor

(2004)

Bluefield

Va.

73

77

150

 

Evan Willingham

(2005)

Raleigh

N.C.

71

79

150

T11

Tim McKenney

(2006)

Scottsdale

Ariz.

77

74

151

Kevin Vollmer

(2004)

Rockville

Md.

75

76

151

T13

Philip Chauncey

(2006)

Durham

N.C.

75

77

152

 

John- Tyler Griffin

(2006)

Wilson

N.C.

73

79

152

 

Seth Moul

(2004)

Hagerstown

Md.

73

79

152

T16

Jeffrey Frye

(2004)

Palestine

Texas

79

74

153

Scott Chisholm

(2003)

Essex Fells

N.J.

76

77

153

Matthew Swan

(2005)

Montgomery

Ala.

75

78

153

T19

Jeremy Bovill

(2004)

Agoura Hills

Calif.

78

76

154

 

Michael Cowley

(2003)

Richmond

Va.

77

77

154

 

Joe Parker III

(2004)

Hockessin

Del.

80

74

154

 

Larry Haertel

(2004)

Greenwich

Conn.

75

79

154

T23

Chad Fultz

(2004)

Staunton

Va.

79

76

155

Tom Guillebeau

(2004)

Hockessin

Del.

76

79

155

Joel Pokorney

(2004)

Sharpsville

Pa.

74

81

155

T26

Will Osborne

(2004)

Wichita Falls

Texas

78

78

156

 

Pat Kloecker

(2004)

Erie

Pa.

82

74

156

 

Dan Rush

(2005)

Avon Lake

Ohio

74

82

156

T29

Mike Turner

(2004)

Lititz

Pa.

76

81

157

John Calabrese

(2005)

Erie

Pa.

84

73

157

T31

Corey Carroll

(2005)

St. Simons Island

Ga.

77

81

158

 

Tim Porter

(2004)

Wilmington

Del.

76

82

158

 

Craig Tallent

(2005)

Haverford

Pa.

76

82

158

 

Brian Belden

(2006)

Emmaus

Pa.

83

75

158

T35

Bryan Ott

(2004)

Whitehall

Pa.

83

76

159

Kyle Hartlaub

(2004)

Summit

N.J.

83

76

159

Jon Wilde

(2003)

York

Pa.

83

76

159

T38

Jonathan Lai

(2003)

Arcadia

Calif.

77

83

160

 

Ryan Owens

(2004)

Ocean City

N.J.

79

81

160

 

Matt Coady

(2003)

Malvern

Pa.

80

80

160

 

Adam Cohn

(2004)

Binghamton

N.Y.

82

78

160

 

Scott Marino

(2004)

Fairfax

Va.

81

79

160

 

Conrad Von Borsig

(2005)

Swarthmore

Pa.

86

74

160

44

Jamie Wallace

(2004)

Moorestown

N.J.

77

84

161

T45

Colin Quillinan

(2003)

Troy

N.Y.

80

82

162

 

Tyler Rae

(2004)

Hockessin

Del.

86

76

162

T47

Robert Womble Jr.

(2006)

Raleigh

N.C.

83

80

163

Nathaniel Hundt

(2003)

Chevy Chase

Md.

89

74

163

49

Myles Vlachos

(2005)

Monrovia

Md.

80

84

164

T50

Peter Danby

(2004)

Chadds Ford

Pa.

81

84

165

Billy Hanes

(2004)

Elma

N.Y.

82

83

165

Frank Alafoginis

(2004)

Potomac

Md.

82

83

165

Joseph Choma

(2004)

Granite Springs

N.Y.

85

80

165

T54

Kellen Mackey

(2004)

Garland

Texas

77

89

166

 

Patrick Shearman

(2005)

Rosemont

Pa.

80

86

166

 

Matt Uretsky

(2003)

Linwood

N.J.

82

84

166

 

A.J. Tomasello

(2004)

Springfield

Pa.

85

81

166

 

Ryan Hom

(2003)

New York

N.Y.

87

79

166

T59

Jimmy Granello

(2004)

Rumson

N.J.

84

83

167

Boyd Steinhoff

(2004)

Toronto

Ontario

85

82

167

61

Travis Palladino

(2003)

Kennett Square

Pa.

77

91

168

62

Benjamin Marsden

(2004)

Avondale

Pa.

86

84

170

63

Ryan Gabel

(2004)

Poughkeepsie

N.Y.

95

76

171

64

Lawrence Lessing

(2004)

Cold Spring Harbor

N.Y.

88

85

173

65

Maxwell Wyndorf

(2006)

Centreville

Del.

82

93

175

T66

Corey Johnson

(2004)

Orchard Park

N.Y.

87

89

176

Brent Pickrell

(2005)

Austin

Texas

88

88

176

Gabe Cohen

(2003)

Washington

D.C.

95

81

176

69

Adam Serrano

(2004)

O'Fallon

Ill.

89

88

177

70

Michael Zagaski

(2004)

Windsor

Conn.

96

89

185

71

Nick Ryder

(2004)

Rosemont

Pa.

93

94

187

Chris Morrison

(2005)

Avon

Conn.

DQ

GIRLS DIVISION

Pos.

Name

Class

City

State

Rd1

Rd2

Total

1

Jessica Reno

(2003)

Wilmington

Del.

80

73

153

2

Meredith Godwin

(2004)

Swarthmore

Pa.

75

83

158

3

Katie Trachok

(2004)

Upper St. Clair

Pa.

79

84

163

4

Brittany Johnston

(2004)

Akron

Ohio

80

85

165

5

Jordyn Wells

(2004)

Bethel Park

Pa.

84

82

166

6

Meredith McMahan

(2005)

San Antonio

Texas

88

86

174

7

Kristine Cook

(2004)

Fishers

Ind.

86

90

176

8

Megan Mangone

(2005)

Windham

N.H.

89

89

178

9

Emily Pavesich

(2004)

Glen Arm

Md.

90

96

186

10

Julia Potter

(2006)

Granger

Ind.

91

99

190

 
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