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

Media Score WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. -- First 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
T1 Stanhope Johnson, Jr.
2012
Greensboro, N.C. 32-37--69
1 Grant Daugherty
2012
Alcoa, Tenn. 34-35--69
3 Scott Davidson
2011
Round Hill, Va. 35-35--70
T4 Chris O'Neill
2012
Glen Allen, Va. 36-35--71
4 Colin Proctor
2014
Anderson, Ind. 34-37--71
T6 Geoff Vartelas
2012
Cromwell, Conn. 37-36--73
6 Christopher Hickman
2012
Centreville, Md. 36-37--73
6 Wesley Gosselin
2012
Knoxville, Tenn. 36-37--73
6 Alex Church
2012
Timonium, Md. 34-39--73
6 Maclain Huge
2012
Lovettsville, Va. 35-38--73
6 David Snyder
2011
Somerset, Ky. 34-39--73
T12 Robert Balaban
2011
Bethesda, Md. 35-39--74
12 Sam Toomey
2011
Mattapoisett, Mass. 36-38--74
12 Noori Hyun
2011
Centreville, Va. 38-36--74
12 Eric Taylor
2011
San Juan Capistrano, Calif. 40-34--74
12 Fred Allen Meyer
2014
Nicholasville, Ky. 37-37--74
12 Sam Chun
2012
Howey in the Hills, Fla. 35-39--74
T18 Davis Womble
2012
High Point, N.C. 36-39--75
18 Robert Robertson
2011
Evans, Ga. 37-38--75
18 Grant Houser
2011
Holly Springs, N.C. 37-38--75
18 Joshua Chay
2011
Greer, S.C. 38-37--75
18 Tyler Hartzell
2011
Fairmont, W.Va. 37-38--75
T23 Michael Werenski
2013
South Hadley, Mass. 37-39--76
23 Chris Wiatr
2011
Woodbury, Conn. 38-38--76
23 Ben Fogler
2011
Elgin, S.C. 39-37--76
23 Jackson Moore
2012
Isle of Palms, S.C. 35-41--76
23 Peter Kim
2013
Metuchen, N.J. 39-37--76
23 Jonathan Lilly
2011
Evans, Ga. 33-43--76
23 Brendan Connolly
2011
Castle Rock, Colo. 36-40--76
23 Theo Humphrey
2014
Greenwich, Conn. 36-40--76
23 Mike Amole
2011
Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 39-37--76
23 McCormick Clouser
2011
Bluffton, Ind. 39-37--76
23 Noah West
2012
Belden, Miss. 38-38--76
23 Seth Nooe
2011
Williamsburg, Va. 36-40--76
23 Ryan Cole
2013
Mount Airy, Md. 35-41--76
23 Joe Cooper
2011
Wayland, Mass. 37-39--76
23 Jacob Gould
2011
Carmel, Ind. 39-37--76
23 Joshuah Klipstein
2011
Norcross, Ga. 34-42--76
23 William Anderson
2011
Atlanta, Ga. 38-38--76
23 Charlie Martin
2011
LaGrange, Ga. 36-40--76
23 Cory Sciupider
2012
Etowah, N.C. 38-38--76
23 Andrew Brenneman II
2011
Leesburg, Va. 38-38--76
23 Otto Black
2012
Pinckney, Mich. 38-38--76
23 Addison Coll
2013
Arlington, Va. 37-39--76
T45 Sawyer Shaw
2014
West Palm Beach, Fla. 38-39--77
45 Brian McCormick
2011
Kensington, Md. 37-40--77
45 Joey Shroyer
2011
Victoria, Minn. 35-42--77
45 Chandler Fischer
2012
Nicholasville, Ky. 37-40--77
45 Austin  Nowak
2011
Lancaster, N.Y. 38-39--77
45 Zach Allinson
2011
Allentown, Pa. 37-40--77
45 Kirk Massie
2011
Westport, Conn. 39-38--77
T52 Austin Powell
2011
Jupiter, Fla. 40-38--78
52 Kevin Foley
2011
The Woodlands, Texas 37-41--78
52 John Voetsch
2012
New Vernon, N.J. 36-42--78
52 Matthew Rushton
2013
(South Africa) Bluffton, S.C. 39-39--78
52 Ralph Blasey
2011
Kensington, Md. 36-42--78
52 Jonah Texeira
2014
Porter Ranch, Calif. 37-41--78
52 Max Van Dresser
2011
Alpharetta, Ga. 38-40--78
52 Conner Lewis
2012
Davidson, N.C. 39-39--78
52 Peter Mathison
2014
Jupiter, Fla. 40-38--78
52 Sam Fidone
2011
Lufkin, Texas 35-43--78
52 Cameron Ford
2012
Bridgeport, W.Va. 39-39--78
52 Nick Shedd
2011
Willliamsburg, Va. 37-41--78
52 Zachary Bauchou
2015
Forest, Va. 39-39--78
T66 Richard Hubbard
2013
Daniel Island, S.C. 40-39--79
66 Peter Scialabba
2011
Oyster Bay, N.Y. 38-41--79
66 Ryan Prokay
2011
Grove City, Pa. 38-41--79
66 Seth Gandy
2013
Huntersville, N.C. 38-41--79
66 Ethan Wall
2013
Brielle, N.J. 42-37--79
66 David Sargent
2012
Cornelius, N.C. 40-39--79
66 Mark Pinti
2012
Bridgeport, W.Va. 37-42--79
66 Colton Wiggins
2012
Indiana, Pa. 38-41--79
66 Tommaso Vielmo
2011
Castello di Godego, Italy 39-40--79
66 Thomas Curley
2011
Vienna, Va. 40-39--79
T76 Trevor Smith
2012
Newnan, Ga. 42-38--80
76 Davis Schaller
2011
Celebration, Fla. 39-41--80
76 Frank Amicizia
2011
Northport, N.Y. 41-39--80
76 Xander McDonald-Smith
2011
Rockaway Park, N.Y. 37-43--80
76 Nate Cohan
2011
Gaithersburg, Md. 39-41--80
76 Eli Lambie
2012
Moundsville, W.Va. 38-42--80
76 Stephen Pastore
2012
Greenwich, Conn. 40-40--80
76 Jeff Krieger
2012
Arden, N.C. 37-43--80
T84 Jack McKinney
2011
Big Bend, Wis. 39-42--81
84 David DeMarois
2014
Brighton, Mich. 39-42--81
84 Jason  Sauder
2011
Mount Joy, Pa. 37-44--81
T87 Charles Valluzzo
2011
Charleston, S.C. 41-41--82
87 Kraig McLeod
2012
Pebble Beach, Calif. 38-44--82
87 John David Sanderson
2012
Suffolk, Va. 39-43--82
87 Mason Short
2011
Waldorf, Md. 37-45--82
87 Hager Collins
2012
Lexington, Ky. 38-44--82
87 Cody Cox
2013
Milford, Pa. 40-42--82
T93 George Hirsch, Jr.
2011
Hilton Head Island, S.C. 39-44--83
93 Dylan Siebenaler
2013
Sugar Land, Texas 43-40--83
T95 Kyle Deisher
2012
Montgomery, Pa. 40-44--84
95 Charlie Durman
2011
Hilton Head, S.C. 40-44--84
97 Evan Usry
2012
Evans, Ga. 42-43--85
T98 Austin Kramer
2012
Knoxville, Tenn. 40-46--86
98 Mark Reilly
2013
Babylon, N.Y. 39-47--86
-
Jonathan DiIanni
2012
Kernersville, N.C.
78-76-JWD
         
Girls Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Brittany Mai
2011
Poway, Calif. 36-37--73
2 Alexandra Sborov
2013
Pleasanton, Calif. 36-38--74
3 Marissa DeCola
2012
Butler, Pa. 35-40--75
T4 Kendall Martindale
2011
Jefferson City, Tenn. 36-40--76
4 Lauren Salazar
2012
Santa Clara, Calif. 36-40--76
T6 Catherine Herrera
2011
Houston, Texas 38-39--77
6 Stephanie Liu
2015
Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. 40-37--77
T8 Clare Connolly
2011
Chevy Chase, Md. 37-41--78
8 Brooke Bellomy
2011
Ona, W.Va. 38-40--78
8 Kayla Sciupider
2011
Etowah, N.C. 39-39--78
T11 Elizabeth Thompson
2011
Charleston, S.C. 37-42--79
11 Sara Detlefsen
2012
Eagan, Minn. 40-39--79
11 Minami Levonowich
2011
Hilton Head Island, S.C. 41-38--79
T14 Mikayla Harmon
2013
Gilbert, Ariz. 41-39--80
14 Ju-Hee Bae
2014
Chantilly, Va. 40-40--80
14 Shelby Shote
2011
Potomac Falls, Va. 39-41--80
T17 Jennifer Lee
2011
Tacoma, Wash. 41-40--81
17 Nadia Luttner
2011
Pittsburgh, Pa. 40-41--81
17 Mckenzie Cutter
2011
Waldorf, Md. 43-38--81
T20 Allie Knight
2011
Knoxville, Tenn. 40-42--82
20 Samantha Marks
2012
Maitland, Fla. 38-44--82
20 Ali Cowan
2013
Victoria, Texas 43-39--82
T23 Mary Fran Hillow
2012
Orlando, Fla. 42-41--83
23 Taelor Rubin
2011
Raleigh, N.C. 41-42--83
23 Sydney Hudson
2011
Prince George, Va. 40-43--83
23 Sammi Lee
2013
Winter Park, Fla. 43-40--83
T27 Evelyn Dole
2013
Raleigh, N.C. 45-40--85
27 Lilette Mocio
2012
Plano, Texas 41-44--85
27 Mackenzie Moir
2011
Louisville, Ky. 42-43--85
27 August Kim
2013
St Augustine, Fla. 38-47--85
31 Elizabeth Davis
2011
Houston, Texas 42-44--86
32 Megan Wilshire
2012
Georgetown, Ky. 46-41--87
-
Alexandra Farnsworth
2014
Nashville, Tenn.
-JWD
 


Daugherty, Johnson, Jr., Tame the Wind to Lead After the First Round at the Woodward Video Junior at The Greenbrier

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — On a day when the wind challenged most of the players, Grant Daugherty of Alcoa, Tenn., and Stanhope Johnson, Jr., of Greensboro, N.C. beat the wind, shooting a 2-under-par 69 at the Woodward Video Junior at The Greenbrier. Brittany Mai of Poway, Calif., had three birdies en route to a 2-over-par 73 to sit atop the leaderboard in the Girls Division 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 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.

Battling the strongest winds of the day, Daugherty birdied his first hole, No. 10, after hitting a punch shot to approximately 15 feet. Punch shots were his key to success all day, having four birdies for the round.

“I had to hit a lot of punch shots and was able to put the ball close or at least in the middle of the green,” Daugherty said. “The wind played a big factor today. I hit most greens and was able to make putts. I didn't miss a putt inside of four feet today.”

In the last group of the day off the first tee, Johnson, Jr. had three birdies and no bogeys on the front nine, using his mid- to short-game to give himself plenty of short putts for birdie.

“My wedges were outstanding today,” Johnson, Jr. said. “Driving the ball long and in the fairway allowed me to have those wedges in my hands to put close to the hole. In this wind, having wedges in your hand into greens is always a plus.”

Scott Davidson of Round Hill, Va., is alone in second place, one shot behind the leaders with a 1-under-par 70. In a tie for fourth place at even-par 71 are Colin Proctor of Anderson, Ind., and Chris O'Neill of Glen Allen, Va.

In the Girls Division although her putting was “awesome” as she referred to it, Mai's club selection and game management might have been the best part of her game in the first round.

“Today I didn't hit the ball particularly well, but I played smart especially with the wind,” Mai said. “I made good club selections; it was important to get a good feel for the wind.”

In second place, one shot behind Mai with a 3-over-par 74 is Alexandra Sborov of Pleasanton, Calif. Marissa DeCola of Butler, Pa. is two shots behind Mai in third place with a 4-over-par 75.

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Second round tee times for the Woodward Video Junior at The Greenbrier will be from 8 — 9:40 a.m. & 12:30 - to 2:10 p.m. off the Nos. 1 & 10 tees at the Greenbrier Resort — The Meadows Course. For more information, please contact Tournament Director Sean Riley at (678) 617-2420.

 
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Boys
Total
1
Thomas Sullinger
145
T
2
Chase Lakari
149
T
2
Jack Kunkel
149
Girls
Total
1
Tabytha Robinson
160
T
2
Samantha Kellstrom
161
T
2
Marissa Kirkwood
161
AJGA Junior at The Legends presented by Plaza Motors
Boys
Total
1
Matthew Liston
140
2
Varun Chopra
144
3
Pierce Aichinger
146
Girls
Total
1
Micheala Williams
147
2
Kailie Vongsaga
149
T
3
Madasyn Pettersen
150
T
3
Belinda Hu
150
T
3
Amy Matsuoka
150
Junior All-Star at Forsgate
Boys
Total
1
*Brandon Yoon
142
2
Joe Parrini
142
T
3
Ethan Ng
144
T
3
Alexander Yun
144
Girls
Total
1
Lauren Peter
144
2
Yoonju Shin
147
T
3
Mallory Lovell
148
T
3
Crystal Wang
148
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Boys
Total
1
Brady Pevarnik
147
T
2
Bruce Shober
148
T
2
Michael Sydnes
148
Girls
Total
1
Lauren Muhlbauer
154
2
Carolyn Wang
159
3
Lauren Freyvogel
161
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