The Club at Sonterra
San Antonio, Texas • July 12 - 15

Media Score SAN ANTONIO, Texas -- Final results from the Valero Texas Open Junior Shootout presented by Pepsi conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at The Club at Sonterra.
Boys Par: 36-35--71. Yardage: 6640. Rating: 72.4. Slope: 132
Girls Par: 36-35--71. Yardage: 5923. Rating: 73.8. Slope: 128

Boys Division
1 Andrew Carreon
San Antonio, Texas 69-69-71--209
2 Dylan McClure
Argyle, Texas 69-74-70--213
3 Chris Contreras
San Antonio, Texas 74-68-72--214
T4 Curtis Reed
Castroville, Texas 74-70-72--216
4 Kolton Crawford
Mansfield, Texas 71-71-74--216
6 Peter Thorseth
Richmond, Texas 75-71-71--217
T7 Michael Hanigan
Houston, Texas 71-73-74--218
7 Benjamin Carrier
McKinney, Texas 71-69-78--218
7 Klein Klotz
Austin, Texas 72-73-73--218
T10 Nick Janss
Austin, Tx 73-75-71--219
10 Charlie Saxon
Tulsa, Okla. 77-69-73--219
10 Blake Stasiunas
Leander, Texas 74-74-71--219
10 Dalton Conn
Fredericksburg, Texas 72-73-74--219
T14 Shane Wathanasaynee
Cerritos, Calif. 75-74-72--221
14 Jose Antonio Hernandez
San Luis Potosi, Mexico 72-76-73--221
T16 Christian De La Cruz
San Antonio, Texas 70-77-75--222
16 Greg Polledri
Southlake, Texas 72-75-75--222
16 Preston Standley
Plano, Texas 73-76-73--222
16 Jeffrey Merrell
Aledo, Texas 77-70-75--222
16 Alec Heinen
Edmond, Okla. 71-76-75--222
16 Nick Tremps
Williamsburg, Va. 78-75-69--222
22 Cole Horowitz
Dallas, Texas 72-76-75--223
23 Colby Webb
Burleson, Texas 74-74-76--224
T24 Patrick Sanchez
Mazatlan, Mexico 76-74-75--225
24 Jamison Youree
Fort Worth, Texas 71-78-76--225
24 Zachary Cabra
McKinney, Texas 72-77-76--225
T27 Ryan Bibby
Corpus Christi, Texas 79-75-72--226
27 Adam Colwell
The Woodlands, Texas 75-77-74--226
27 Daniel De La Garza
Monterrey, Mexico 75-77-74--226
27 Andrew Winters
Houston, Texas 78-74-74--226
27 Ryan Burgess
Rancho Santa Fe, Calif. 75-76-75--226
T32 Cade Storey
Dallas, Texas 74-80-73--227
32 Zach Garbe
Portland, Texas 76-75-76--227
32 Andre' Garcia
Mansfield, Texas 73-75-79--227
32 Brandon Lau
Sugar Land, Texas 75-79-73--227
32 Roberto Sanchez
Mazatlan, Mexico 79-75-73--227
T37 AJ Auza
El Paso, Texas 76-77-75--228
37 Polo Lopez
Monterrey, Mexico 79-75-74--228
37 Drew Greenwood
Hot Springs, Ark. 74-76-78--228
T40 Zack Baldwin
Houston, Texas 78-75-76--229
40 Garrison Lackey
Weslaco, Texas 76-78-75--229
40 Nathan Wong
Chandler, Ariz. 76-72-81--229
40 Luke Sheehan
Cypress, Texas 76-77-76--229
40 Luke Kwon
Carrollton, Texas 76-74-79--229
45 Cole Kennedy
Texarkana, Texas 76-74-81--231
T46 Kevin Andrews
Truckee, Calif. 77-75-80--232
46 Dillon Callow
Phoenix, Ariz. 75-79-78--232
46 Scott Newell
Katy, Texas 80-74-78--232
T49 Jordan Hawkes
Driftwood, Texas 76-77-80--233
49 José Luis Lelo de Larrea
Querétaro, Mexico 79-73-81--233
49 Drew Wright
Norman, Okla. 73-78-82--233
52 Jack Clyde
Sulphur, La. 76-76-84--236
Missed Cut
MC Taylor Mihok 2012 Aledo, Texas 79-76--155
MC Chester Wang 2014 The Woodlands, Texas 77-78--155
MC Taylor Henk 2011 North Richland Hills, Texas 79-76--155
MC Dillon Vaughn 2012 Cleburne, Texas 78-78--156
MC Colin Frizzell 2013 Nacogdoches, Texas 78-78--156
MC Alex Nelson 2010 McKinney, Texas 79-77--156
MC Andrew Rostek 2011 Sugar Land, Texas 80-76--156
MC Trevis Loree 2011 San Antonio, Texas 79-77--156
MC Kevin Foley 2011 The Woodlands, Texas 83-73--156
MC Scott Terrell 2011 Houston, Texas 78-79--157
MC Marko Lloyd 2011 New Braunfels, Texas 83-74--157
MC J.J. Lindsey 2012 Adkins, Texas 77-81--158
MC Chapman Herwood 2011 Tyler, Texas 74-85--159
MC Tyler Reynolds 2012 Little Rock, Ark. 80-79--159
MC Brandon Pederson 2011 Austin, Texas 75-84--159
MC Papito Gonzalez 2013 McAllen, Texas 81-79--160
MC Jonathan Vasquez 2014 Bryan, Texas 75-85--160
MC Wes Artac 2014 Kingwood, Texas 77-83--160
MC Matt Porter 2011 Seymour, Texas 83-78--161
MC Christopher Wooley 2011 Spring, Texas 82-80--162
MC Trevor Vega 2012 Victoria, Texas 85-77--162
MC Lewis Peters 2011 Baton Rouge, La. 84-79--163
MC Ricky Sambrano 2012 The Woodlands, Texas 79-84--163
MC Evan Greenwood 2010 Hot Springs, Ark. 83-80--163
MC Stratton Harrison 2011 Dallas, Texas 80-84--164
MC Justin Gibson 2012 Austin, Texas 83-81--164
MC Matthew Barth 2011 The Woodlands, Texas 79-85--164
MC Matthew Green 2012 Lenexa, Kan. 85-80--165
MC Michael Clapp 2011 Palos Verdes , Calif. 81-84--165
MC Ricky Lee 2011 Tucson, Ariz. 83-83--166
MC Rustin Purser 2012 Edmond, Okla. 84-82--166
MC Brodie Hinkle 2011 Tulsa, Okla. 87-79--166
MC Kirby Gorzell 2012 San Antonio, Texas 84-83--167
MC Jake Wagner 2010 Dallas, Texas 80-87--167
MC Alejandro Lozano 2012 Bogota, Colombia 87-82--169
MC Connor Ligon 2011 Richardson, Texas 90-79--169
MC Trent Thompson 2011 Katy, Texas 88-82--170
MC Hayden Burnett 2011 Odessa, Texas 83-88--171
Girls Division
1 Marijosse Navarro
San Antonio, Texas 71-76-70--217
T2 Kayli Quinton
Cypress, Texas 74-70-75--219
2 Mariana Sims
Austin, Texas 76-71-72--219
4 Anne Cheng
Torrance, Calif. 75-72-74--221
5 Alexandra Rossi
Austin, Texas 76-72-75--223
6 Abby Newton
Katy, Texas 77-71-76--224
7 Carly Ragains
Highland Village, Texas 75-74-76--225
8 Anna Sophia Bohmer
Cali, Colombia 74-77-76--227
9 Kaylin Terry
Austin, Texas 81-77-71--229
10 Megan Haase
Spokane, Wash. 76-81-73--230
T11 Betty Chen
Castro Valley, Calif. 77-82-73--232
11 McKenzie Ralston
Temple, Texas 77-82-73--232
11 Taylor Coleman
San Antonio, Texas 78-74-80--232
14 Katie Paxton
Spring, Texas 74-79-81--234
T15 Lilette Mocio
Plano, Texas 83-76-76--235
15 Ainslie Ellis
San Antonio, Texas 75-82-78--235
17 Hannah Arnold
Lufkin, Texas 82-72-83--237
18 Elena Thomas
Waxahachie, Texas 80-78-82--240
19 Tracey Kim
Irvine, Calif. 76-78-88--242
Missed Cut
MC Katy Kile 2011 Montgomery, Texas 87-77--164
MC Beau Bremer 2011 Scottsdale, Ariz. 80-85--165
MC Courtney Dow 2016 Frisco, Texas 84-82--166
MC Abby Corson 2011 Montgomery, Texas 84-83--167
MC Jaimie Bibby 2013 Corpus Christi, Texas 83-85--168
MC Natalie Hare 2011 Scottsdale, Ariz. 83-86--169
MC Courtney Zietsman 2012 Cypress, Texas 86-86--172
MC Lexie Hall 2011 Austin, Texas 87-85--172
MC Lauren Boone 2011 Houston, Texas 90-91--181
MC Sandra Lee 2012 San Antonio, Texas 102-84--186
MC Lelesse Mocio 2013 Plano, Texas 96-95--191

Hometown Advantage Lifts Carreon to First AJGA Title at Valero Texas Open Junior Shootout Presented by Pepsi
Navarro successfully defends her title in front of friends and family at The Club at Sonterra's South Course

SAN ANTONIO — The saying goes, “Don’t mess with Texas.” Nothing could have been closer to the truth as, for only the second time ever, two hometown players took home the championship at the Valero Texas Open Junior Shootout presented by Pepsi. Andrew Carreon of San Antonio shot a tournament total 4-under-par 209, a four-shot advantage over the rest of his competition. In the Girls Division, Marijosse Navarro of San Antonio repeated as champion on her home course with a tournament total 4-over-par 217.

Conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, the Valero Texas Open Junior Shootout presented by Pepsi was a 54-hole stroke play event held at The Club at Sonterra's South Course in San Antonio. The 120-player field featured junior golfers from 6 states, Colombia and Mexico. The Boys Division played the par-71 course at 6,640 yards while the Girls Division played from 5,923 yards.

Carreon may have lead the tournament field through the first two rounds, but the start to his final round was anything but routine. After his first tee shot went out of bounds on No. 1, Carreon found himself in a hole at 3-over-par through four holes. An aggressive game plan, combined with a stretch of birdies on Nos. 5, 6, 8 and 10, were enough to get him back into contention for the championship.

“On No. 5 I sank a 35 foot putt for birdie and just started rolling from there,” Carreon said. “In all I had six birdies and it was enough to get me back to even-par for the day. If you play aggressively on this course, you're going to be able to jump right back into things. There a lot of options out there and it can be very rewarding if you take those chances instead of sitting back on your irons all day long. Sometimes there may be a lot of mistakes playing that style but it can also pay off.”

Carreon, who was playing in his final AJGA tournament, found the moment to be bittersweet.

“I am extremely happy to have won my final AJGA tournament, especially in my hometown,” Carreon said. “It is kind of a bittersweet moment knowing I will never play AJGA again, but I am looking forward to college ball at Notre Dame.”

Dylan McClure of Argyle, Texas, finished the tournament at an even-par 213 to take home second place honors. In third place was Chris Contreras of San Antonio with a 1-over-par 213. Kolton Crawford of Mansfield, Texas, and Curtis Reed of Castroville, Texas, tied for fourth place to round out the Boys Division leaders with scores of 3-over-par 216s.

Navarro, who recently placed third at Rolex Tournament of Champions and is ranked No. 16 in the Polo Junior Golf Rankings, was comforted by the thought of returning to her home course.

“I played well at Rolex Tournament of Champions but the Blessings course is very difficult,” Navarro said. “It was nice to come home and be surrounded by my family for this tournament. I really want to thank my brother and his family for coming all the way from Mexico to watch me play in my final tournament of the year. It was motivating and a big inspiration.”

Navarro, who shot a final round low 1-under-par 70 in the Girls Division, used strong putting to take home her third AJGA tournament championship.

“I was proud of my putting,” Navarro said. “It was good all three rounds and helped me a lot. The greens here allowed me to putt very well. I felt comfortable putting out there.”

Rounding out the Girls Division leaderboard tied in second place with tournament totals of 6-over-par 219 were Kayli Quinton of Cypress, Texas, and Mariana Simms of Austin, Texas.

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