Cade Breitenstine of Akron, Ohio, and Alexandra Swayne of Maineville, Ohio, took home titles at the AJGA Junior at Forest Lake presented by Tom Holzer Ford.
Evan Chien of Irvine, California, and Shanghai's Jiayu Wang claimed titles at the EMoney®.com / The First Tee of Greater Baltimore Junior Championship.
Megan Furtney of South Elgin, Illinois, won the Girls Division for back-to-back AJGA wins after also winning the 2018 Bass Pro Shops / Payne Stewart Junior Championship. The Duke verbal commit finished at 8-under-par 208 to claim her third AJGA win. San Diego’s Andrew Jung shot a tournament-total of 7-under-par 209 to win his first AJGA title by one stroke.
Cade Breitenstine of Akron, Ohio, successfully defended his 2017 Boys Division title. The Kent State verbal commit finished at 12-under-par 201 to win by one stroke. Clemson incoming freshman Alexandra Swayne of Maineville, Ohio, won in her last AJGA start. Swayne finished at 4-over-par 217 for her 10th top-10.
Cole Anderson of Camden, Maine, finished at even-par 216 to claim his second AJGA win by two strokes. The Florida State verbal commit won the 2017 event. San Jose’s Kristine Tran won her first AJGA event after just three starts. The UC Berkeley verbal commit finished at 1-over-par 217.
Shanghai’s Jiayu Wang birdied two of her final four holes to help seal her second AJGA win. Wang finished at 2-under-par 214 to win by two strokes. Evan Chien of Irvine, California, won his first AJGA event by three strokes. The junior carded 17 birdies and finished at 11-under-par 205 to win.
Zoe Antionette Campos of Valencia, California, won her second Under Armour® / Alison Lee Championship title in three years to earn three AJGA titles. Campos finished at 13-under-par 203 and won by six strokes. Aaron Chen of Fremont, California, claimed a five-stroke victory in the Boys Division. Chen carded 17 birdies and an eagle to finish at tournament-total 16-under-par 200.