AJGA JUNIOR AT QUAD CITIES
Short Hills Country Club
Rock Island, Ill. • June 7 - 10

Media Score ROCK ISLAND, Ill. -- Final results from the AJGA Junior at Quad Cities conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Short Hills Country Club.
Boys Par: 36-35--71. Yardage: 6573. Rating: 71.1. Slope: 124
Girls Par: 36-35--71. Yardage: 6060. Rating: 74.7. Slope: 124

Boys Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 * Nick Huggins
2011
Marietta, Ohio 71-71-73--215
2 Michael Bernard
2012
Huber Heights, Ohio 70-72-73--215
T3 Sean Jones
2010
Hoffman Estates, Ill. 72-75-69--216
3 Blake Biddle
2010
St. Charles, Ill. 74-72-70--216
3 Mitchell Homb
2011
Dixon, Ill. 71-73-72--216
6 Ian Vandersee
2010
West Des Moines, Iowa 75-71-72--218
T7 Patrick Cermak
2011
Chicago, Ill. 75-77-68--220
7 Jordan Wetsch
2011
St. Charles, Ill. 78-71-71--220
7 Alexander Burge
2011
Bloomington, Ill. 74-74-72--220
7 Stephen Powers
2010
Naperville, Ill. 73-73-74--220
11 Charlie Marshall
2012
Lake Forest, Ill. 76-72-73--221
T12 Brock Bolton
2012
Salem, Ill. 71-76-75--222
12 Colin Proctor
2014
Anderson, Ind. 76-74-72--222
12 Alex Carpenter
2011
Westerville, Ohio 71-77-74--222
12 John Callahan
2010
Hinsdale, Ill. 78-73-71--222
12 Tee-k Kelly
2012
Wheaton, Ill. 76-72-74--222
12 Steven Ihm
2010
Dubuque, Iowa 76-76-70--222
T18 Taylor White
2011
Dakota Dunes, S.D. 75-74-74--223
18 Carson Ward
2011
Paducah, Ky. 79-74-70--223
18 Carr Vernon
2012
Poplar Bluff, Mo. 74-75-74--223
T21 Mitchell Medinger
2012
East Moline, Ill. 74-76-74--224
21 Eric Urda
2011
Sewickley, Pa. 76-71-77--224
23 Charlie Netzel
2013
Western Springs, Ill. 77-75-73--225
T24 Kyle Weldon
2011
Des Peres, Mo. 73-79-74--226
24 Joseph Winslow
2011
Overland Park, Kan. 76-75-75--226
24 Gabe Aprati
2011
New Lenox, Ill. 81-74-71--226
24 Patipan Pipatpinyopong
2012
Loves Park, Ill. 75-75-76--226
24 Josh Edison
2011
Springfield, Ill. 75-72-79--226
24 Thomas O'Bryan
2011
Aurora, Ill. 77-73-76--226
T30 Chad Minard
2010
Clive, Iowa 75-78-74--227
30 Noah West
2012
Belden, Miss. 73-79-75--227
30 Eric Winters
2011
Elgin, Ill. 75-76-76--227
T33 David Auer
2011
Wichita, Kan. 80-72-76--228
33 Michael Kreamer
2011
Leawood, Kan. 74-74-80--228
35 Collin Foster
2011
Clive, Iowa 78-76-75--229
T36 David Cooke
2011
Bolingbrook, Ill. 74-81-75--230
36 Michael Coopman
2011
Park City, Utah 75-79-76--230
36 Elliot Horst
2011
Rockford, Ill. 74-78-78--230
39 Andrew Boudreau
2010
Quincy, Ill. 78-75-78--231
T40 Kenny Wienckowski
2011
Schaumburg, Ill. 79-76-77--232
40 Brian McCormick
2011
Kensington, Md. 74-81-77--232
42 Alec Meyer
2012
Naperville, Ill. 76-79-78--233
T43 Jordan Stein
2010
Glencoe, Ill. 76-79-80--235
43 Cameron Probst
2011
Parkville, Mo. 78-75-82--235
43 Quincy Van Eekeren
2012
Elmhurst, Ill. 78-76-81--235
43 Carter Hendricks
2012
L'Anse, Mich. 75-80-80--235
T47 Kris McGovern
2011
Vernon Hills, Ill. 74-79-83--236
47 John Burger
2011
Cincinnati, Ohio 76-78-82--236
Missed Cut
MC Dane Worley 2011 Cedar Rapids, Iowa 80-76--156
MC Marc Ackermann 2011 Lake Barrington, Ill. 78-78--156
MC Mitchell Johnson 2011 Waterloo, Neb. 77-79--156
MC Matthew DeMarois 2014 Brighton, Mich. 82-74--156
MC Dana Hayes 2012 Winnetka, Ill. 80-76--156
MC Kee-Socrates Fryxell 2012 Davenport, Iowa 74-82--156
MC Kurt Martin 2012 Story City, Iowa 82-74--156
MC Matthew Gilbaugh 2014 Wichita, Kan. 81-76--157
MC David DeMarois 2014 Brighton, Mich. 77-80--157
MC Michael Holevas 2012 Elgin, Ill. 78-79--157
MC Peter Black 2012 Champaign, Ill. 80-77--157
MC Peter Callas 2010 Moline, Ill. 81-76--157
MC Kevin Carlson 2012 Western Springs, Ill. 78-80--158
MC Nathaniel Khachaturian 2011 Champaign, Ill. 81-77--158
MC Braxton  Clopp 2011 Dewey, Okla. 80-78--158
MC Jeremy Ball 2014 Bloomfield Hills, Mich. 83-75--158
MC Joseph Harris 2011 Washington, Iowa 79-79--158
MC Josh Weismantel 2011 Watertown, S.D. 78-80--158
MC Christopher Ramirez 2010 Palatine , Ill. 79-79--158
MC Alex Koulos 2012 Naperville, Ill. 84-74--158
MC Nicholas Geissler 2012 Lake Forest, Ill. 81-77--158
MC Jordan Fahel 2011 Peoria, Ill. 81-78--159
MC Zachary Tate 2012 Leawood, Kan. 84-75--159
MC Gordie Hamilton 2012 Shawnee Mission, Kan. 85-74--159
MC Philip  Purcell 2011 Winnetka, Ill. 79-80--159
MC Luke Waggoner 2012 Crystal Lake, Ill. 81-78--159
MC Thomas Brockman 2011 Springfield, Mo. 78-81--159
MC Corey Hayford 2011 Friendswood, Texas 80-79--159
MC Connor Nelson 2012 Roscoe, Ill. 80-80--160
MC Yifan Liu 2011 Guangzhou, China 79-81--160
MC Jordan Bakhsh 2011 Newmarket, Ontario 83-77--160
MC Logan Stauffer 2011 Danvers, Ill. 80-80--160
MC Zachary Kasmiskie 2012 Overland Park, Kan. 83-77--160
MC Michael Ricaurte 2011 Columbus, Ohio 81-79--160
MC Alex Thode 2012 Washington, Iowa 85-76--161
MC Billy Toupin 2011 Jupiter, Fla. 79-82--161
MC Nick Szerzinski 2011 Lemont, Ill. 79-82--161
MC Landon Kowalski 2011 Buffalo Grove, Ill. 77-84--161
MC John Hermes 2012 Lake Forest, Ill. 80-82--162
MC David Berlinghof 2011 Northfield, Ill. 77-85--162
MC Chris Holmquist 2011 Brookings, S.D. 78-85--163
MC Michael Melka 2011 Warrenville, Ill. 80-85--165
MC Brandon Bowman 2010 Parkville, Mo. 81-84--165
MC Kyle Skinner 2011 Johnston, Iowa 84-82--166
MC Nick  Winston 2011 St. Charles , Mo. 86-80--166
MC Jason Plepel 2011 Wheaton, Ill. 84-83--167
MC Matt Garrity 2012 Lake Forest, Ill. 83-84--167
MC Lucas Burkett 2012 Sandwich, Ill. 87-81--168
MC Jason Brandt 2015 Mason, Mich. 81-87--168
MC Stuart Krick 2011 Peoria Heights, Ill. 86-84--170
MC Chris Sturdivant 2013 West Des Moines, Iowa 88-83--171
MC Eric Izzo 2012 Naperville, Ill. 86-87--173
MC Halley Lewis 2012 Tallahassee, Fla. 86-90--176
MC Josh Stefanski 2011 Aurora, Ill. 93-88--181
MC Jackson Ludlow 2011 Beach Park, Ill. 92-92--184
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Sean Gaudette
2010
South Hadley, Mass.
77-JWD
-
Sean Marquardt
2010
Willowbrook, Ill.
-DQ - Rule 6-3a
-
Patrick Mullaney
2011
Hinsdale, Ill.
77-76-JWD
  * Won via sudden-death playoff
         
Girls Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 *Allisen Corpuz
2016
Honolulu, Hawaii 73-72-70--215
2 Emma Talley
2012
Princeton, Ky. 72-71-72--215
3 Lauren English
2011
Bloomington, Ill. 73-73-73--219
4 Olivia Lugar
2011
Rockledge, Fla. 75-73-77--225
5 Shelby Phillips
2011
Gilbert, Ariz. 78-74-76--228
6 Laura Murray
2011
Tipp City, Ohio 79-74-76--229
T7 Courtney Hooton
2012
Del Mar, Calif. 78-74-78--230
7 Sara Detlefsen
2012
Eagan, Minn. 76-77-77--230
T9 Alexandra Harkins
2014
Crystal Lake, Ill. 77-78-76--231
9 Stephanie Miller
2013
Wauconda, Ill. 75-79-77--231
11 Kathy Sterling
2011
Mokena, Ill. 73-82-77--232
12 Briana Midkiff
2012
Carmel, Ind. 79-79-76--234
T13 Victoria Jisu Choi
2011
Langley, British Columbia 75-82-79--236
13 Samantha Stewart
2013
Oklahoma City, Okla. 80-78-78--236
15 Ember Schuldt
2010
Sterling, Ill. 77-79-81--237
16 Samantha Postillion
2010
Scottsdale, Ariz. 82-75-81--238
T17 Jacqueline Calamaro
2010
Newtown Square, Pa. 79-79-84--242
17 Jaeeun Yang
2011
Mascoutah, Ill. 80-77-85--242
Missed Cut
MC Elizabeth Szokol 2012 Winnetka, Ill. 80-79--159
MC Alison Kruse 2011 Overland Park, Kan. 82-81--163
MC Kari Bellville 2014 Granger, Ind. 81-83--164
MC Kaitlin Voll 2011 Alpharetta, Ga. 83-81--164
MC Hayley Guyton 2011 Sugar Grove, Ill. 82-82--164
MC Devon Compton 2011 Rochester, Mich. 80-85--165
MC Pimploy Thirati 2011 Patumthani, Thailand 82-83--165
MC Laura Mary DeMarco 2011 Lasalle, Ontario 80-85--165
MC Taylor Fagan 2011 Topeka, Kan. 84-82--166
MC Sarah Skurla 2011 Wheaton, Ill. 84-83--167
MC Callie Nelson 2013 Winnetka, Ill. 78-89--167
MC Katy Kile 2011 Montgomery, Texas 86-82--168
MC Cassandra Marschall 2010 Marshfield, Wis. 86-82--168
MC Kelly Okun 2011 Palm Beach, Fla. 86-83--169
MC Colleen Mahoney 2011 Downers Grove, Ill. 85-88--173
MC Chloe Kittle 2011 Lee's Summitt, Mo. 88-90--178
  * Won via sudden-death playoff
 

Corpuz Makes History at Rock Island Arsenal Golf Club as Fourth-Youngest Person to Win AJGA Event
Huggins comes out on top in sudden-death playoff at AJGA Junior at Quad Cities

ROCK ISLAND, Ill. —  Allisen Corpuz, 12, of Honolulu, battled through three rounds and a sudden-death playoff in the AJGA Junior at Quad Cities this week to become the fourth-youngest winner of an AJGA tournament. Nick Huggins of Marietta, Ohio, also won a sudden-death playoff and scored a tournament total of 2-over-par 215 to take the top spot in the Boys Division.

The AJGA Junior at Quad Cities was a 54-hole stroke play tournament conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at the Rock Island Arsenal Golf Club in Rock Island, Ill. The 140-player field featured 106 boys and 34 girls, ages 12-18, from 25 states, Canada, China and Thailand. The boys played the Rock Island Arsenal Course at 6,573 yards and the girls played at 6,060 yards.

Corpuz, playing in only her second AJGA event, was the only girl to shoot under par for the final round. In her first AJGA win, Corpuz carded three birdies and ended with a 2-over-par 215. On her playoff hole, she made a winning par against last year's champion, Emma Talley.

“Going into this tournament I hoped I would make top three and I knew I had a chance, but I didn't really think I would actually get into a playoff and win it,” Corpuz said. “Going into the playoff, I just thought I had to hit it straight and hopefully make a few putts.”

Talley, a two-time honorable mention Rolex Junior All-American from Princeton, Ky., was the runner-up with a tournament total 2-over-par 215. Lauren English of Bloomington, Ill., placed third with a tournament total 6-over-par 219.

Huggins is starting his season off well with his first AJGA victory in only his fifth tournament. Heading into the final round tied for the lead, Huggins took one shot at a time and enjoyed the pressure that came from the playoff. He credits solid play to his final-round success. Huggins birdied his first playoff hole against co-leader Michael Bernard.

“I just wanted to hit a good drive and I did,” Huggins said of the playoff hole. “The hole has a hanging branch so I decided to play it low, I got a good hop with enough spin on it and it was three feet from the hole.”

Bernard of Huber Heights, Ohio, was the tournament runner-up with a score of 2-over-par 215. Illinois residents Sean Jones of Chicago, Blake Biddle of St. Charles and Mitchell Homb of Dixon tied for third with 3-over-par 216s.

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For more information about the AJGA Junior at Quad Cities, please contact AJGA National Headquarters at (770) 868-4200.

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