Pepsi Qualifier Series presented by ClubCorp
Quail Ranch Golf Club
Moreno Valley, Calif.
May 27, 2001


MORENO VALLEY, Calif. - Attempting to qualify for the American Junior Golf Association's Ashworth Junior Classic at Quail Ranch, 17 girls and 70 boys teed off at Quail Ranch Golf Club Sunday afternoon.

When all was said and done, Sommer Scholl of Riverside, Calif., shot the Girls Division low score, carding a 3-over-par 75 to claim medalist honors and a spot in her first AJGA tournament. Kenny Kim of Cerritos, Calif., Jared Tarlow of Calabasas, Calif., and Chris Pederson of Thousand Oaks, Calif., shared medalist honors in the Boys Division, shooting even-par 72.

The 14-year-old Scholl enjoyed her first AJGA experience. "I liked how well the tournament was organized," Scholl said. "I hope to keep hitting my drives straight and keep my focus throughout the week."

The remaining Girls Division qualifying spots for the AJGA Ashworth Junior Classic at Quail Ranch, which begins Wednesday, were filled by Minnie Choi of Fountain Valley, Calif., Moah Chang of Los Angeles, and Jamie Oliver of Los Alamitos, Calif.

In the Boys Division, 15-year-old Kim carded both a birdie and an eagle on the back nine to earn a share of the top qualifier spot.

"I'm really, really happy to qualify for my first regular tournament," Kim said. "My game has improved a lot since last year, and I'm hitting the ball a lot farther."

Filling the other qualifying spots were nine other Californians: Trevor Branon of Los Gatos; Ryan Kohler of San Diego; Matthew Shin of Cerritos; Neno Boonyaplanun of Irvine; Drew Kravis of Calabasas; Daniel Horning of Palm Desert; Kyle Shelly of San Diego; Jeff Ditullio of Thousand Oaks; and Chris Heintz of Brea.

The first round of the AJGA Ashworth Junior Classic at Quail Ranch begins Wednesday, May 30, with the first tee time set for 7 a.m. at Quail Ranch Golf Club.

For more information about the AJGA Ashworth Junior Classic at Quail Ranch, please visit www.ajga.org or call tournament headquarters at Quail Ranch Golf Club at (909) 654-3360.

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MORENO VALLEY, Calif. -- Qualifier results from the AJGA ASHWORTH JUNIOR CLASSIC AT QUAIL RANCH QUALIFIER conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Quail Ranch Golf Club. Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: Boys: 6,846 Girls: 5,900


Kenny Kim (2004) Cerritos, Calif.* 36-36--72
Jared Tarlow (2003) Calabasas, Calif.* 38-34--72
Chris Pederson (2001) Thousand Oaks, Calif.* 37-35--72
Trevor Branon (2002) Los Gatos, Calif.* 36-37--73
Ryan Kohler (2001) San Diego, Calif.* 37-36--73
Matthew Shin (2003) Cerritos, Calif.* 38-35--73
Neno Boonyaplanun (2003) Irvine, Calif.* 36-38--74
Drew Kravis (2003) Calabasas, Calif.* 39-35--74
Daniel Horning (2001) Palm Desert, Calif.* 38-36--74
Kyle Shelly (2002) San Diego, Calif.* 38-36--74
Jeff Ditullio (2002) Thousand Oaks, Calif.* 40-35--75
Chris Heintz (2003) Brea, Calif.* 37-38--75

Kevin Chen (2003) Alamo, Calif.* 38-38--76
Nicholas Jones (2003) Laguna Niguel, Calif.* 36-40--76
Eugene Choi (2005) Granada Hills, Calif.* 41-36--77
Danny Min (2003) Placentia, Calif.* 41-36--77
Tim Cha (2005) Chino Hills, Calif.* 41-36--77
Ricky Romano (2003) Murrieta, Calif.* 39-38--77
Ryan Fritz (2001) Rancho Mirage, Calif.* 38-39--77
Darren Schwartz (2003) Westlake Village, Calif.* 36-41--77
Jonathan Crane (2004) San Diego, Calif.* 40-38--78
Billy Moon (2003) Irvine, Calif.* 40-38--78
Shie-Xing Cao (2001) Irvine, Calif.* 39-39--78
Christian Whittaker (2002) Pleasanton, Calif.* 37-41--78
Paul Yang (2002) La Mirada, Calif.* 38-40--78
Michael Thompson (2003) Tucson, Ariz.* 39-39--78
Kurt Taylor (2002) Thousand Oaks, Calif.* 41-37--78
Michael McCaig (2003) Fountain Valley, Calif.* 41-38--79
Alex Scavone (2003) Wildomar, Calif.* 41-38--79
Chris Hudson (2001) Palm Desert, Calif.* 39-40--79
Jason Aschenbrenner (2002) Mitchell, Neb.* 38-42--80
Sean Heath (2003) Coto de Caza, Calif.* 42-38--80
Bryan Nelson (2002) Placerville, Calif.* 39-41--80
Kyung Min (2004) Fullerton, Calif.* 38-42--80
John Kwon (2001) Newport Beach, Calif.* 39-41--80
David Yoon (2004) Buena Park, Calif.* 40-40--80
Joey Craft (2002) Anaheim Hills, Calif.* 40-41--81
Sean Kapp (2004) La Palma, Calif.* 41-40--81
Jordan Grinols-Miller (2002) Las Vegas, Nev.* 42-39--81
Blake Trimble (2005) Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.* 40-41--81
Edward McGlasson (2002) Orange, Calif.* 40-41-81
Woody Deck (2001) San Diego, Calif.* 40-42--82
Woogene Lee (2003) Fountain Valley, Calif.* 38-44--82
Kyle Argo (2002) San Juan Capistrano, Calif.* 40-43--83
Jeff Gabriel (2003) Hidden Hills, Calif.* 43-41--84
Eric Cooley (2003) Los Alamitos, Calif.* 42-42-84
David Lamb (2003) San Dimas, Calif.* 41-43--84
C.J. Vuytowecz (2005) Pauma Valley, Calif.* 43-41--84
Rui Takamatsu (2005) Rowland Heights, Calif.* 43-41--84
Kenny Adams (2004) Fallbrook, Calif.* 43-42--85
Patrick Field (2002) Simi Valley, Calif.* 44-41--85
McCall Williams (2002) Sandy, Utah* 42-43--85
Daniel Kim (2002) Torrance, Calif.* 41-44--85
Gregg Gauvin (2004) Valencia, Calif.* 45-41--86
Brandon Kou (2003) Seal Beach, Calif.* 45-41--86
Kenta Minejima (2002) Irvine, Calif.* 43-43--86
Paull Veroulis (2002) Laquinta, Calif.* 42-44--86
Ryan Bailey (2005) Moorpark, Calif.* 45-42--87
Matt Bardy (2001) San Diego, Calif.* 39-48--87
Jason Campbell (2003) Torrance, Calif.* 46-41--87
Michael Corso (2002) Scottsdale, Ariz.* 45-42--87
Ryan Taylor (2004) Corona, Calif.* 44-43--87
Spencer Paschall (2003) Rancho Murieta, Calif.* 41-46--87
Aaron Davis (2004) Palm Desert, Calif.* 45-43--88
Luke Eaton (2003) Monrovia, Calif.* 50-43--93
Jason Lee (2005) Tarzana, Calif.* 48-45--93
Daniel Maier (2005) Santa Rosa, Calif.* 47-47--94
Michael Sojka (2004) Palos Verdes Estates, Calif.* 43-53--96
Chris Johnson (2004) Highlands Ranch, Colo.* 53-44--97
Ryan Block (2003) Temecula, Calif.* WD (Illness)


Sommer Scholl (2005) Riverside, Calif.* 39-36--75
Minnie Choi (2003) Fountain Valley, Calif.* 39-39--78
Moah Chang (2002) Los Angeles, Calif.* 41-39--80
Jamie Oliver (2003) Los Alamitos, Calif.* 42-39--81

Reana Yun (2002) Glendale, Calif.* 43-39--82
Nicole Smith (2005) Riverside, Calif.* 45-37--82
Erin Kato (2002) Hacienda Heights, Calif.* 42-41--83
Michelle Camaione (2003) Upland, Calif.* 40-43--83
Julie Park (2002) La Palma, Calif.* 39-44--83
Tiffany Veerkamp (2002) Placerville, Calif.* 42-43--85
Sara Jones (2002) Valencia, Calif.* 41-44--85
Deanna Slaman (2002) San Diego, Calif.* 44-42--86
Eunice Yum (2003) Torrance, Calif.* 45-42--87
Chloe Nelson (2005) Las Vegas, Nev.* 48-43--91
Amanda Pentecost (2003) Lakewood, Calif.* 46-46--92
Beth Gates (2002) Villa Park, Calif.* 46-47--93
Kristin Smith (2002) Moorpark, Calif.* 43-50--93

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