WOODWARD VIDEO JUNIOR AT THE GREENBRIER
The Greenbrier
White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. • September 3 - 6

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: 35-36--71. Yardage: 6732. Rating: 72.6. Slope: 129
Girls Par: 35-36--71. Yardage: 5938. Rating: 74.7. Slope: 130

Boys Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Stanhope Johnson, Jr.
2012
Greensboro, N.C. 69-70--139
2 Brendan Connolly
2011
Castle Rock, Colo. 76-65--141
3 Chris O'Neill
2012
Glen Allen, Va. 71-71--142
T4 Grant Daugherty
2012
Alcoa, Tenn. 69-74--143
4 Cory Sciupider
2012
Etowah, N.C. 76-67--143
T6 Christopher Hickman
2012
Centreville, Md. 73-71--144
6 Maclain Huge
2012
Lovettsville, Va. 73-71--144
8 David Snyder
2011
Somerset, Ky. 73-72--145
T9 Sam Chun
2012
Howey in the Hills, Fla. 74-72--146
9 Jonathan Lilly
2011
Evans, Ga. 76-70--146
T11 Scott Davidson
2011
Round Hill, Va. 70-77--147
11 Alex Church
2012
Timonium, Md. 73-74--147
11 Robert Robertson
2011
Evans, Ga. 75-72--147
11 Ryan Prokay
2011
Grove City, Pa. 79-68--147
11 Eric Taylor
2011
San Juan Capistrano, Calif. 74-73--147
T16 Noah West
2012
Belden, Miss. 76-72--148
16 Joshua Chay
2011
Greer, S.C. 75-73--148
16 Fred Allen Meyer
2014
Nicholasville, Ky. 74-74--148
T19 Michael Werenski
2013
South Hadley, Mass. 76-73--149
19 Geoff Vartelas
2012
Cromwell, Conn. 73-76--149
19 Grant Houser
2011
Holly Springs, N.C. 75-74--149
19 Theo Humphrey
2014
Greenwich, Conn. 76-73--149
19 Chris Wiatr
2011
Woodbury, Conn. 76-73--149
T24 Kirk Massie
2011
Westport, Conn. 77-73--150
24 Joey Shroyer
2011
Victoria, Minn. 77-73--150
24 Davis Womble
2012
High Point, N.C. 75-75--150
24 Nick Shedd
2011
Willliamsburg, Va. 78-72--150
24 Jonah Texeira
2014
Porter Ranch, Calif. 78-72--150
24 Mike Amole
2011
Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 76-74--150
24 Richard Hubbard
2013
Daniel Island, S.C. 79-71--150
24 Ryan Cole
2013
Mount Airy, Md. 76-74--150
T32 Colton Wiggins
2012
Indiana, Pa. 79-72--151
32 Matthew Rushton
2013
(South Africa) Bluffton, S.C. 78-73--151
32 Otto Black
2012
Pinckney, Mich. 76-75--151
32 Max Van Dresser
2011
Alpharetta, Ga. 78-73--151
32 Sawyer Shaw
2014
West Palm Beach, Fla. 77-74--151
32 Brian McCormick
2011
Kensington, Md. 77-74--151
32 Joshuah Klipstein
2011
Norcross, Ga. 76-75--151
T39 Joe Cooper
2011
Wayland, Mass. 76-76--152
39 Jacob Gould
2011
Carmel, Ind. 76-76--152
39 Robert Balaban
2011
Bethesda, Md. 74-78--152
39 Ben Fogler
2011
Elgin, S.C. 76-76--152
39 Wesley Gosselin
2012
Knoxville, Tenn. 73-79--152
39 Frank Amicizia
2011
Northport, N.Y. 80-72--152
39 Kevin Foley
2011
The Woodlands, Texas 78-74--152
T46 McCormick Clouser
2011
Bluffton, Ind. 76-77--153
46 Conner Lewis
2012
Davidson, N.C. 78-75--153
46 Charlie Martin
2011
LaGrange, Ga. 76-77--153
46 Jeff Krieger
2012
Arden, N.C. 80-73--153
46 Mark Pinti
2012
Bridgeport, W.Va. 79-74--153
46 Nate Cohan
2011
Gaithersburg, Md. 80-73--153
46 Peter Mathison
2014
Jupiter, Fla. 78-75--153
46 Sam Fidone
2011
Lufkin, Texas 78-75--153
46 Zach Allinson
2011
Allentown, Pa. 77-76--153
46 Jackson Moore
2012
Isle of Palms, S.C. 76-77--153
46 David Sargent
2012
Cornelius, N.C. 79-74--153
46 Austin  Nowak
2011
Lancaster, N.Y. 77-76--153
T58 Xander McDonald-Smith
2011
Rockaway Park, N.Y. 80-74--154
58 George Hirsch, Jr.
2011
Hilton Head Island, S.C. 83-71--154
58 Andrew Brenneman II
2011
Leesburg, Va. 76-78--154
58 Noori Hyun
2011
Centreville, Va. 74-80--154
58 Chandler Fischer
2012
Nicholasville, Ky. 77-77--154
58 Ralph Blasey
2011
Kensington, Md. 78-76--154
58 Trevor Smith
2012
Newnan, Ga. 80-74--154
58 Cameron Ford
2012
Bridgeport, W.Va. 78-76--154
58 Tyler Hartzell
2011
Fairmont, W.Va. 75-79--154
58 Zachary Bauchou
2015
Forest, Va. 78-76--154
Missed Cut
T69 Ethan Wall
2013
Brielle, N.J. 79-76--155
69 John Voetsch
2012
New Vernon, N.J. 78-77--155
69 William Anderson
2011
Atlanta, Ga. 76-79--155
69 Colin Proctor
2014
Anderson, Ind. 71-84--155
69 Tommaso Vielmo
2011
Castello di Godego, Italy 79-76--155
69 Peter Kim
2013
Metuchen, N.J. 76-79--155
T75 Stephen Pastore
2012
Greenwich, Conn. 80-76--156
75 Charles Valluzzo
2011
Charleston, S.C. 82-74--156
75 Seth Nooe
2011
Williamsburg, Va. 76-80--156
75 Davis Schaller
2011
Celebration, Fla. 80-76--156
75 Sam Toomey
2011
Mattapoisett, Mass. 74-82--156
T80 Peter Scialabba
2011
Oyster Bay, N.Y. 79-78--157
80 Addison Coll
2013
Arlington, Va. 76-81--157
80 Austin Powell
2011
Jupiter, Fla. 78-79--157
80 Seth Gandy
2013
Huntersville, N.C. 79-78--157
T84 Jason  Sauder
2011
Mount Joy, Pa. 81-77--158
84 Dylan Siebenaler
2013
Sugar Land, Texas 83-75--158
84 Kraig McLeod
2012
Pebble Beach, Calif. 82-76--158
87 Eli Lambie
2012
Moundsville, W.Va. 80-79--159
T88 David DeMarois
2014
Brighton, Mich. 81-79--160
88 Mason Short
2011
Waldorf, Md. 82-78--160
88 Hager Collins
2012
Lexington, Ky. 82-78--160
T91 Charlie Durman
2011
Hilton Head, S.C. 84-77--161
91 Thomas Curley
2011
Vienna, Va. 79-82--161
T93 Austin Kramer
2012
Knoxville, Tenn. 86-76--162
93 Mark Reilly
2013
Babylon, N.Y. 86-76--162
93 Cody Cox
2013
Milford, Pa. 82-80--162
T96 Jack McKinney
2011
Big Bend, Wis. 81-82--163
96 Evan Usry
2012
Evans, Ga. 85-78--163
T98 Kyle Deisher
2012
Montgomery, Pa. 84-80--164
98 John David Sanderson
2012
Suffolk, Va. 82-82--164
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Jonathan DiIanni
2012
Kernersville, N.C.
78-76-JWD
         
Girls Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
T1 Kendall Martindale
2011
Jefferson City, Tenn. 76-72--148
1 Brittany Mai
2011
Poway, Calif. 73-75--148
3 Clare Connolly
2011
Chevy Chase, Md. 78-71--149
4 Alexandra Sborov
2013
Pleasanton, Calif. 74-76--150
5 Samantha Marks
2012
Maitland, Fla. 82-69--151
T6 Ju-Hee Bae
2014
Chantilly, Va. 80-72--152
6 Marissa DeCola
2012
Butler, Pa. 75-77--152
T8 Kayla Sciupider
2011
Etowah, N.C. 78-75--153
8 Brooke Bellomy
2011
Ona, W.Va. 78-75--153
8 Minami Levonowich
2011
Hilton Head Island, S.C. 79-74--153
8 Stephanie Liu
2015
Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. 77-76--153
12 Lauren Salazar
2012
Santa Clara, Calif. 76-78--154
13 Nadia Luttner
2011
Pittsburgh, Pa. 81-75--156
T14 Mckenzie Cutter
2011
Waldorf, Md. 81-76--157
14 Sara Detlefsen
2012
Eagan, Minn. 79-78--157
T16 Jennifer Lee
2011
Tacoma, Wash. 81-77--158
16 Mikayla Harmon
2013
Gilbert, Ariz. 80-78--158
T18 Sammi Lee
2013
Winter Park, Fla. 83-77--160
18 Elizabeth Thompson
2011
Charleston, S.C. 79-81--160
18 Allie Knight
2011
Knoxville, Tenn. 82-78--160
Missed Cut
T21 Lilette Mocio
2012
Plano, Texas 85-77--162
21 Sydney Hudson
2011
Prince George, Va. 83-79--162
21 Megan Wilshire
2012
Georgetown, Ky. 87-75--162
21 Taelor Rubin
2011
Raleigh, N.C. 83-79--162
21 Ali Cowan
2013
Victoria, Texas 82-80--162
T26 Mary Fran Hillow
2012
Orlando, Fla. 83-80--163
26 Shelby Shote
2011
Potomac Falls, Va. 80-83--163
26 August Kim
2013
St Augustine, Fla. 85-78--163
T29 Catherine Herrera
2011
Houston, Texas 77-88--165
29 Mackenzie Moir
2011
Louisville, Ky. 85-80--165
31 Evelyn Dole
2013
Raleigh, N.C. 85-81--166
32 Elizabeth Davis
2011
Houston, Texas 86-88--174
-
Alexandra Farnsworth
2014
Nashville, Tenn.
-JWD
 

Johnson, Jr. Clenches Solo Lead Following Second Round at the Woodward Video Junior at The Greenbrier
Mai and Martindale co-lead the Girls Division at The Greenbrier Resort - The Meadows Course

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — Stanhope Johnson, Jr. of Greensboro, N.C., fired a second-consecutive sub-par round for a 3-under-par 139 and the solo lead in the Boys Division at the Woodward Video Junior at The Greenbrier. In the Girls Division, Brittany Mai of Poway, Calif., and Kendall Martindale of Jefferson City, Tenn., share the lead at 6-over-par 148 at The Greenbrier Resort — The Meadows Course.

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the Woodward Video Junior at The Greenbrier is a 54-hole stroke play event with a 36-hole cut held at The Greenbrier Resort — The Meadows Course. The 131-player field features 99 boys and 32 girls, ages 12-18, from 24 states, South Africa and Italy. The par-71 course is playing at 6,732 yards in the Boys Division and 5,938 yards in the Girls Division.

Admitting that the conditions were tougher during the first round, Johnson, Jr. utilized accurate and smart tee shots and a precision iron game to post a second sub-par round at 1-under-par 70. He carded five birdies on the day to post a two-day total 3-under-par 139.

“I hit a lot of fairways and I also left myself with good three-quarter wedges,” Johnson, Jr. said.

Playing in significantly less wind than the first round, Johnson, Jr. said he still played with a similar strategy today.

“I still kept the same mindset as yesterday,” Johnson, Jr. said. “I tried to keep the ball low and out of the wind.”

Behind Johnson, Jr. in second place is Brendan Connolly of Castle Rock, Colo., who fired a second round 6-under-par 65, just one stroke off the course record, for a 1-under-par 141. In third is Chris O'Neill of Glen Allen, Va., with an even-par 142. In a tie for fourth place are Cory Sciupider of Etowah, N.C., and Grant Daugherty of Alcoa, Tenn., with a 1-over-par 143.

In the Girls Division, Mai is now joined by Martindale for the co-lead after Mai carded a 4-over-par 75 and Martindale fired a 1-over-par 72 in the second round. Martindale, who improved her first-round score by four strokes, said she hit greens and gave herself good chances which helped her shoot low.

“I played better today than yesterday,” Martindale said. “I hit more greens and I gave myself a lot of birdie opportunities. It was just an all-around simple day.”

Mai also said she played a good round of golf in the second round. Keeping herself out of trouble and not making any big mistakes helped her stay on top of the leader board.

“I didn't make any dramatic mistakes today,” Mai said. “Overall I thought I was swinging really well.”

In third place is Clare Connolly of Chevy Chase, Md., with a 7-over-par 149, one shot behind Mai and Martindale. The American Junior Golf Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the overall growth and development of young men and women who aspire to earn college golf scholarships through competitive junior golf. The AJGA provides valuable exposure for college golf scholarships, and has an annual junior membership (boys and girls ages 12-18) of approximately 5,000 junior golfers from 49 states and 30 countries. To ensure scholarship opportunities for all junior golfers who have the skill, the AJGA created the Achieving Competitive Excellence (ACE) Grant program to provide financial assistance to young players in need.

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Final round tee times for the Woodward Video Junior at The Greenbrier will run from 8 — 9:50 a.m. off the No. 1 tee & 8 — 9:48 a.m. off the No. 10 tee at The Greenbrier Resort — The Meadows Course. For more information, please contact Tournament Director Sean Riley at (678) 617-2420.

 
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