TRADER JOE'S JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP
HOSTED BY PAT HURST

Castlewood Country Club - Hill Course
Pleasanton, Calif. • July 18 - 21

Media Score PLEASANTON, Calif. -- Second Round results from the Trader Joe's Junior Championship hosted by Pat Hurst conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Castlewood Country Club.
Boys Par: 35-35--70. Yardage: 6220. Rating: 71.2. Slope: 134
Girls Par: 35-35--70. Yardage: 5565. Rating: 73.4. Slope: 131

Boys Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Ryan Han
2014
Hollister, Calif. 70-62--132
T2 Ryan Knop
2015
Pleasanton, Calif. 70-69--139
2 Peter Thorseth
2014
Richmond, Texas 66-73--139
2 Cody Blick
2012
Danville, Calif. 71-68--139
T5 Richard Ayala
2012
Hillsborough, Calif. 72-68--140
5 Travis Rowney
2012
Pleasanton, Calif. 68-72--140
T7 Dylan Healey
2012
Franklin, Tenn. 71-70--141
7 Oscar Baek
2014
(South Korea) La Habra, Calif. 70-71--141
7 William Brueckner
2014
Walnut Creek, Calif. 71-70--141
7 MJ Morin
2011
Bakersfield, Calif. 69-72--141
7 Alex Angard
2013
Encino, Calif. 70-71--141
12 Andrew Namkoong
2012
Villa Park, Calif. 70-72--142
T13 Brian Waterhouse
2012
Fresno, Calif. 73-70--143
13 Collin Morikawa
2015
La Canada Flintridge, Calif. 69-74--143
13 Hunter Rappleye
2013
Elk Grove, Calif. 74-69--143
T16 Gabriel Ormachea
2012
Aventura, Fla. 71-73--144
16 Lawrence Tu
2014
Irvine, Calif. 76-68--144
16 Lawrence Ree
2013
Redondo Beach, Calif. 71-73--144
16 Thomas Lim
2013
Moorpark, Calif. 74-70--144
T20 Will Scarlett
2011
Woodland, Calif. 74-71--145
20 Steven Sunwoo Choi
2013
Dublin, Calif. 72-73--145
20 Andrew Buchanan
2013
Los Altos Hills, Calif. 76-69--145
20 Franklin Huang
2014
Poway, Calif. 71-74--145
20 Drew Miller
2012
Thousand Oaks, Calif. 74-71--145
20 Jason Semthiti
2011
Los Angeles, Calif. 74-71--145
T26 Sagar Shah
2012
Cerritos, Calif. 74-72--146
26 Scott Riley
2012
Glenbrook, Nev. 71-75--146
26 Tailin Song
2015
Rancho Santa Fe, Calif. 73-73--146
26 Nicolas Noya
2012
South San Francisco, Calif. 71-75--146
T30 Brett Thawley
2012
Pleasanton, Calif. 75-72--147
30 Palmer Giro
2012
Fort Collins, Colo. 75-72--147
30 Barrett Taylor
2012
Yorba Linda, Calif. 72-75--147
T33 Joseph Furtado-Foster
2012
Dublin, Calif. 76-72--148
33 Ben Corfee
2012
El Macero, Calif. 75-73--148
33 Thomas Baik
2012
Cordoba, Argentina 72-76--148
33 Kyle Bowser
2012
Danville, Calif. 73-75--148
33 Troy Maxoutopoulis
2013
Pleasanton, Calif. 73-75--148
T38 Roshan Chekuri
2012
Pleasanton, Calif. 73-76--149
38 Andrew Gunn
2012
Tucson, Ariz. 74-75--149
38 Aaron Wong
2012
Chandler, Ariz. 77-72--149
38 Sebastian Crampton
2014
Pacific Grove, Calif. 73-76--149
38 Carl Sennett
2012
Kentfield, Calif. 81-68--149
T43 Clayton Yamaguchi
2012
Los Angeles, Calif. 75-75--150
43 Nathan Wong
2012
Chandler, Ariz. 75-75--150
43 Christopher Choi
2012
Fullerton, Calif. 73-77--150
T46 ZeCheng Dou
2015
Beijing, China 77-74--151
46 Taylor Bromley
2012
Dublin, Calif. 79-72--151
46 Tyler Smith
2012
Yorba Linda, Calif. 82-69--151
T49 Ben Dietrich
2013
Bluffton, S.C. 71-81--152
49 Benjamin Moore
2013
Englewood, Colo. 75-77--152
49 Brandon Lee
2012
Alpharetta, Ga. 78-74--152
49 Skyler Finnell
2012
Carmel, Calif. 75-77--152
T53 Michael Alvarez
2014
Henderson, Nev. 79-74--153
53 David-wookyeon Won
2013
La Mirada, Calif. 78-75--153
53 Sean Hickey
2012
Carlsbad, Calif. 75-78--153
56 Ryan Thompson
2012
Danville, Calif. 76-79--155
T57 Matthew Adams
2011
Walnut Creek, Calif. 78-79--157
57 Zacharie Nicolet
2012
Mountain View, Calif. 78-79--157
57 James Wallace
2012
Orange, Calif. 75-82--157
57 Patrick Blay
2013
Long Beach, Calif. 77-80--157
57 Seung Jae Hong
2013
Cupertino, Calif. 78-79--157
57 Blake Rose
2012
Kettering, Ohio 80-77--157
63 Kyle John
2013
Monterey, Calif. 79-80--159
T64 Austin Weatherholt
2012
San Jose, Calif. 86-75--161
64 Tanner Hughes
2014
Livermore, Calif. 83-78--161
66 Brandon Wu
2015
Danville, Calif. 80-84--164
67 Blake Basham
2012
Highlands Ranch, Colo. 80-86--166
68 Zachary Smith
2014
Pleasanton, Calif. 78-97--175
69 Brendan Frasier
2013
Encinitas, Calif. 86-90--176
70 Aram Berberian
2014
Stockton, Calif. 91-86--177
-
Michael Lorrimer
2013
Mission Viejo, Calif.
81-73-JWD
-
John Oda
2014
Honolulu, Hawaii
68-JWD
         
Girls Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Hannah Suh
2012
San Jose, Calif. 68-72--140
2 Cha Cha Willhoite
2012
Palm Desert, Calif. 72-73--145
3 Katherine Sborov
2013
Pleasanton, Calif. 73-73--146
4 Ziyi Wang
2016
Beijing, China 72-75--147
T5 Stephanie Lau
2015
Fullerton, Calif. 70-78--148
5 Brenna Nelsen
2011
Monte Sereno, Calif. 73-75--148
7 Michelle Xie
2015
Palo Alto, Calif. 76-73--149
8 Hannah O'Sullivan
2016
Paradise Valley, Ariz. 72-79--151
T9 Chayanid Prapassarangkul
2014
Bangkok, Thailand 82-70--152
9 Raegan Bremer
2012
Anaheim Hills, Calif. 78-74--152
11 Katherine Guo
2012
Arcadia, Calif. 79-74--153
12 Robynn Ree
2015
Redondo Beach, Calif. 73-81--154
T13 Grace Park
2014
San Jose, Calif. 79-77--156
13 Luciane Lee
2012
Torrance, Calif. 84-72--156
15 Michelle Yom
2014
Torrance, Calif. 77-82--159
16 Sara Scarlett
2013
Woodland, Calif. 81-79--160
T17 Sarah Baek
2011
Encinitas, Calif. 85-76--161
17 Madison Hirsch
2012
Fremont, Calif. 83-78--161
T19 Danielle Lee
2015
La Mirada, Calif. 79-84--163
19 Jordanne Barr
2011
Bakersfield, Calif. 80-83--163
T21 Yuri Ahn
2013
Livermore, Calif. 83-81--164
21 Amanda Kahn
2013
Carlsbad, Calif. 85-79--164
-
Samantha Moyal
2012
Alameda, Calif.
74-76-JWD
-
Layney Silva
2012
Stockton, Calif.
82-DQ 6-6d
 

Han fires 62, takes 7-stroke lead at Castlewood Country Club - Hill Course
Suh still atop Girls Division at Trader Joe's Junior Championship hosted by Pat Hurst

PLEASANTON, Calif. — Ryan Han of Hollister, Calif., fired a bogey-free, 8-under-par 62 to grab a commanding lead of the Boys Division entering the final round. Hannah Suh of San Jose, Calif., shot a 2-over-par 72 to extend her lead in the Girls Division.

The Trader Joe's Junior Championship hosted by Pat Hurst is a 54-hole stroke play event conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Castlewood Country Club — Hill Course in Pleasanton, Calif. The tournament field features 72 boys and 24 girls from ten states and four countries. The Boys Division is playing the par-70 course at 6,220 yards and the Girls Division is playing at 5,565 yards.

Han, who was 8-under through his first 11 holes, was one stroke away from tying the all-time low for an 18-hole score in an AJGA tournament. Han began his back nine by eagling the par-4 No. 10.

“Mainly, it was my putter. I made nearly all of my putts inside 15 feet,” Han said. “I've gone 7-under a few times, but this is my best.”

Ryan Knop of Pleasanton, Calif., Cody Blick of Danville, Calif., and first-round leader Peter Thorseth of Richmond, Texas, are tied for second with tournament totals of 1-under-par 139. Tied for fifth are Travis Rowney of Pleasanton, Calif., and Richard Ayala of Hillsborough, Calif., at even-par 140.

Suh, the first-round leader, recorded two birdies on the day and extended her lead to five strokes. Entering the final round, Suh's tournament total is even-par 140.

“I putted just as well as yesterday, but the birdies weren't falling,” Suh said. “I'm happy with how I played, but tomorrow I just want to go out there, hit it solid and be confident about everything.”

Cha Cha Willhoite of Palm Desert, Calif., sits alone in second place with a 5-over-par 145 tournament total. Katherine Sborov of Pleasanton, Calif., will enter the final round in third place, at 6-over-par 146.

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Final-round tee times for the Trader Joe's Junior Championship hosted by Pat Hurst are from 7:00 a.m. — 12:10 p.m. off the No. 1 tee, Thursday at Castlewood Country Club — Hill Course. For more information about the Trader Joe's Junior Championship hosted by Pat Hurst, contact tournament headquarters at (678) 617-2425.

 
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