RANDALL PARKER SAN ANTONIO SHOOTOUT
PRESENTED BY PARKER'S EXPRESS

Tapatio Springs Golf Resort
Boerne, Texas
June 10-13, 2003

HINES COMPLETES UNFINISHED BUSINESS
Lawnin victorious in rain-shortened event

BOERNE, TEXAS - On a day in which Mother Nature wreaked havoc in the skies above Tapatio Springs Golf Resort, Caney Hines of nearby San Antonio, Texas came back from a 2-shot deficit to win the Randall Parker San Antonio Shootout presented by Parker's Express.

Carter Lawnin of Kingwood, Texas was declared the winner after the boys portion of the third round was canceled because of a wave of violent thunderstorms that drenched the golf course and sent competitors and spectators fleeing for shelter. As the final pairing completed the 15th hole, a second wave of storms reared their ugly head, causing the suspension of play.

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the Randall Parker San Antonio Shootout presented by Parker's Express consisted of 120 players from 10 states, including 103 from Texas. The tournament was contested at the Lakes and Valley courses at Tapatio Springs Golf Resort. The course played to a par-71 for the boys and par-72 for the girls. Past winners of the event include Tiger Woods, who won in 1992.

Hines, who finished second in this event last year fired a 2-under-par 70 to catapult her above good friend Lauren Espinosa of Irving, Texas, who led after the second round. Espinosa carded a final-round 75, finishing three off the pace. Carling Coffing of Middletown, Ohio, shot a final-round 77, finishing in third place, 13 shots off the pace.

After struggling in the second round, Hines clawed her way back into a tie for the lead with Espinosa before catching fire on the back nine. Back-to-back birdies on the par-5 10th and par-3 11th left her three shots clear of Espinosa, and she never looked back.

"I just got ahead of myself (Thursday) so today I just tried to focus on each shot," Hines said shortly after finishing in style by making a birdie on the final hole.

After lasering a 6-iron to five feet from the hole on the par-3 11th and sinking the birdie putt, the momentum had changed for good.

"I just tried to stay focused on everything and try to finish up," Hines said. "(The tournament) is really important. I've been wanting this for a really long time so now that I finally have it, it feels great."

In the Boys Division, a potentially thrilling finish was beginning to take shape when it was determined that the violent weather and darkness would force the cancellation of the entire third round. Lawnin, as well as Dos Goldsmith of McAllen, Texas, and Ryan Kornmann of Kingwood, Texas, were deadlocked in a three-way tie for the lead when the sirens sounded.

As it became apparent that play would not resume, Lawnin was declared the winner. Although happy to earn his first AJGA title, Lawnin felt mixed emotions at the end of the day.

"It could have been anybody's tournament," Lawnin said. "It's kind of bittersweet."

As it stood, Lawnin's two-day total of 139 was good enough for a one shot victory over Goldsmith and Kornmann. Chad Follet of El Paso, Texas, finished fourth with a two-day total of 141. Tom Guillebeau of Hockessin, Del., rounded out the top five, three shots behind Lawnin.

For more information on the Randall Parker San Antonio Shootout Presented by Parker's Express, contact national headquarters at 1-877-373-2542.


BOERNE, Texas - Final results from the Randall Parker San Antonio Shootout presented by Parker's Express conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Tapatio Springs Golf Resort-Lakes/Valley Course. Par: Boys: 34-37-71 Girls: 35-37-72. Yardage: Boys: 6,453 Girls: 5,857. Inclement weather prevented the Boys Division final round from being completed. Second round scores determined the final standings.

BOYS DIVISION

1 Carter Lawnin, Kingwood, Texas (2003) 68-71-139
T2 Ryan Kornmann, Kingwood, Texas (2003) 70-70-140
T2 Dos Goldsmith, McAllen, Texas (2003) 69-71-140
4 Chad Follett, El Paso, Texas (2003) 69-72-141
5 Tom Guillebeau, Hockessin, Del. (2004) 70-72-142
6 Praneeth Perera, Carrollton, Texas (2004) 71-73-144
T7 Kyle Redman, Southlake, Texas (2004) 74-71-145
T7 Johnny Delashaw, West Linn, Ore. (2004) 74-71-145
T7 Kyle Hatch, Lawton, Okla. (2004) 73-72-145
T10 Nick Williams, New Braunfels, Texas (2005) 70-76-146
T10 Garrett Merrell, Dallas, Texas (2004) 72-74-146
T10 Brett Myers, Broken Arrow, Okla. (2003) 73-73-146
T10 Zach Fullerton, Albuquerque, N.M. (2005) 67-79-146
T10 Robert Thomure, Tomball, Texas (2004) 77-69-146
T10 Stephen Mayo Jr, Austin, Texas (2003) 78-68-146
T10 Chip Brooks, The Woodlands, Texas (2004) 72-74-146
T17 Chris Thompson, Rowlett, Texas (2004) 75-72-147
T17 Will Griffin, San Antonio, Texas (2006) 76-71-147
T17 Brian Mills, Burleson, Texas (2004) 78-69-147
T17 Blake Simpson, Sachse, Texas (2004) 70-77-147
T17 Diego Velasquez, Granbury, Texas (2005) 74-73-147
T22 Brandon Burgoon, The Woodlands, Texas (2003) 73-75-148
T22 Dustin Garza, Edinborg, Texas (2006) 77-71-148
T22 Michael Mullin, Austin, Texas (2005) 71-77-148
T22 Jeffrey Edelman, Southlake, Texas (2006) 73-75-148
T26 K.T. Livingston, Midland, Texas (2005) 74-75-149
T26 Russell Helson, Georgetown, Texas (2003) 73-76-149
T26 Austin Welch, The Woodlands, Texas (2004) 71-78-149
T26 Clay Hodge, Tyler, Texas (2004) 78-71-149
T26 Stafford Gray, Snyder, Texas (2003) 77-72-149
T26 Ryan Ammon, Waco, Texas (2004) 74-75-149
T26 Matt Powell, Coppell, Texas (2004) 75-74-149
T33 Robby Ormand, Austin, Texas (2005) 76-74-150
T33 Kyle Davis, Kennett Square, Pa. (2005) 75-75-150
T33 Bill Allcorn, Abilene, Texas (2004) 73-77-150
T33 Timothy Byrd, Laplace, La. (2006) 74-76-150
T33 Dusty Smith, The Woodlands, Texas (2003) 76-74-150
T33 Josh Bain, Abilene, Texas (2004) 75-75-150
T33 Stephen Ensley, Austin, Texas (2003) 76-74-150
T40 Matt Marrs, Carrollton, Texas (2005) 78-73-151
T40 Nick Olivarri, San Antonio, Texas (2004) 74-77-151
T40 David Ey, Round Rock, Texas (2004) 80-71-151
T40 Matteson Hamilton, Houston, Texas (2005) 76-75-151
T44 Ben Jackman, College Station, Texas (2003) 76-76-152
T44 Brian Meck, Austin, Texas (2003) 75-77-152
T44 Owen Lindsey, Mustang, Okla. (2004) 76-76-152
T44 Ben Smock, San Antonio, Texas (2003) 76-76-152
T44 Joshua Ray, New Braunfels, Texas (2005) 77-75-152
T49 Charles Wehr, Albuquerque, N.M. (2004) 77-76-153
T49 Cole Howard, Burleson, Texas (2004) 76-77-153
T49 David Gibson, Corpus Christi, Texas (2004) 80-73-153
T49 Ryan Myers, Flint, Texas (2006) 76-77-153
T49 Tommy Browder, Houston, Texas (2006) 79-74-153
T49 Jeff Howard, Plano, Texas (2004) 77-76-153
T49 Steven O'Brien, Kingwood, Texas (2004) 75-78-153
T56 Brian Noonan, Austin, Texas (2003) 76-78-154
T56 Marshall Meyer, Dallas, Texas (2004) 75-79-154
T56 William Aycock, San Marcos, Texas (2004) 77-77-154
T56 Michael Haddock, San Antonio, Texas (2003) 75-79-154
T56 Austin Anderson, Plano, Texas (2004) 77-77-154
T56 Addison Awe, Irving, Texas (2004) 76-78-154
T62 James Han, Carrollton, Texas (2007) 77-78-155
T62 Raul Lemus, Mission, Texas (2004) 78-77-155
T62 Keith Becker Jr., San Antonio, Texas (2006) 78-77-155
T65 Bryson Shipman, Cedar Park, Texas (2004) 79-77-156
T65 Blayne Rhynsburger, San Antonio, Texas (2004) 78-78-156
T65 Max Draper, Southlake, Texas (2004) 78-78-156
T65 Michael Smith, Lafayette, La. (2004) 78-78-156
T69 Preston Sandknop, Heath, Texas (2004) 77-80-157
T69 Hernan Borja, Kingwood, Texas (2003) 76-81-157
T69 Brandon Jones, San Antonio, Texas (2005) 76-81-157
T69 Geoffrey VanHook, Austin, Texas (2005) 74-83-157
T69 Jon Nelson II, Spring, Texas (2004) 81-76-157
T69 Eric Rodriguez, Mission, Texas (2003) 76-81-157
T75 Mathieu Leclair, San Antonio, Texas (2004) 79-80-159
T75 Edward Woodruff, II, San Antonio, Texas (2004) 78-81-159
T75 Chance Pipitone, Corpus Christi, Texas (2006) 80-79-159
T75 Ryan Patterson, Tyler, Texas (2004) 77-82-159
T75 Robert Hinkle, Jr, Mansfield, Texas (2004) 75-84-159
T75 Andrew Flores IV, San Antonio, Texas (2004) 81-78-159
T81 Blake Cardwell, Houston, Texas (2003) 79-81-160
T81 Spenser Ellis, Tyler, Texas (2004) 83-77-160
83 Shane Sirotiak, San Antonio, Texas (2004) 80-81-161
T84 Seth Johnson, San Antonio, Texas (2004) 81-81-162
T84 Will Glanville, Plano, Texas (2004) 81-81-162
T86 Aaron Wilson, Stillwater, Okla. (2004) 81-82-163
T86 Sterling Mitchell, Midland, Texas (2005) 84-79-163
T88 Arron-Jayce Garza, Ozona, Texas (2004) 84-80-164
T88 Jared Halbert, Round Rock, Texas (2004) 84-80-164
90 Mitch Hendon, Burleson, Texas (2004) 87-79-166
91 Kellen Mackey, Garland, Texas (2004) 81-86-167
92 Jeff Bullock, Greenwood Village, Colo. (2004) 86-85-171
T93 Jonathan Tamayo, Humble, Texas (2004) 85-88-173
T93 Joseph Coffey, West Grove, Pa. (2004) 88-85-173
95 Kelly Cooper, Austin, Texas (2004) 80-96-176
96 Joseph Parker III, Hockessin, Del. (2004) 82-101-183

GIRLS DIVISION

1 Caney Hines, San Antonio, Texas (2005) 69-76-70-215
2 Lauren Espinosa, Irving, Texas (2005) 74-69-75-218
3 Carling Coffing, Middletown, Ohio (2004) 77-74-77-228
4 Jennifer Crawford, Sugar Land, Texas (2005) 76-80-76-232
5 Amanda Martinez, San Antonio, Texas (2006) 77-80-79-236
6 Christine Brijalba, El Paso, Texas (2005) 78-79-80-237
T7 Carrie Morris, Tyler, Texas (2004) 82-76-80-238
T7 Lacey Jones, Idabel, Okla. (2004) 76-83-79-238
T7 Brittany Givilancz, Weslaco, Texas (2004) 81-79-78-238
T7 Stephanie Waters, Austin, Texas (2004) 79-79-80-238
T7 Jaclyn Stelzer, Allen, Texas (2003) 75-83-80-238
T12 Bonnie Howard, Carrollton, Texas (2004) 83-79-79-241
T12 Lauren Cheves, Bridgeport, Texas (2004) 78-78-85-241
14 Katie LaRoche, Montgomery, Texas (2004) 84-77-81-242
T15 Lauren Johnson, The Woodlands, Texas (2005) 85-78-82-245
T15 Natalie Hocott, San Antonio, Texas (2005) 81-84-80-245
17 Justina Yu, Las Vegas, Nev. (2004) 84-83-80-247
18 Hallie Schweitzer, Flower Mound, Texas (2004) 85-78-86-249
19 Elisa Gomez, Carrollton, Texas (2004) 89-77-85-251
20 Stephanie Perez, Friendswood, Texas (2004) 92-82-80-254
21 Heather Hoffman, Kingwood, Texas (2004) 83-87-87-257
22 Helen Richards, Austin, Texas (2004) 86-90-89-265
23 Ashley Anderson-Toudouze, San Antonio, Texas (2004) 89-89-92-270
24 Kailee Carver, Lexington, Texas (2004) 93-94-86-273

 
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