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

Media Score EAST MOLINE, Ill. -- Second Round results from the AJGA Junior at Quad Cities conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Short Hills Country Club.
Boys Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 6694. Rating: 72.7. Slope: 127
Girls Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 6123. Rating: 75. Slope: 133

Boys Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
T1 Max Donohue
2014
Sioux Falls, S.D. 68-72--140
1 Rylee Reinertson
2014
Gibbon, Neb. 70-70--140
3 Voramate Aussarassakorn
2012
Bangkok, Thailand 71-74--145
4 Jacob Fair
2012
Monett, Mo. 72-74--146
T5 Josh Edison
2011
Springfield, Ill. 72-76--148
5 Carson Hillery
2012
Dubuque, Iowa 72-76--148
T7 Tyler Williams
2012
Hilton Head Island, S.C. 75-74--149
7 Dane Worley
2011
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 75-74--149
7 Carter Hendricks
2012
L'Anse, Mich. 75-74--149
7 Danny Summers
2013
Mission Hills, Kan. 71-78--149
7 Jack Sparling
2012
Dublin, Ohio 73-76--149
7 Logan Stauffer
2011
Danvers, Ill. 72-77--149
7 Joe Willis
2012
Lake Forest, Ill. 72-77--149
T14 Michael Holevas
2012
Elgin, Ill. 70-80--150
14 Ian Mankoff
2013
Lake Forest, Ill. 78-72--150
14 Nicholas Nelson
2012
Decorah, Iowa 72-78--150
T17 Poom Pattaropong
2013
Bangkok, Thailand 73-78--151
17 Connor Peck
2012
Ankeny, Iowa 78-73--151
17 Nate Yankovich
2012
Blacklick, Ohio 77-74--151
T20 Clark Engle
2013
Springfield, Ohio 71-81--152
20 Byongjoon Park
2012
(South Korea) Glenview, Ill. 78-74--152
20 Ryan Gutz
2013
Storm Lake, Iowa 74-78--152
20 Jake Marriott
2013
Naples, Fla. 73-79--152
T24 John Walsh
2011
Naperville, Ill. 79-74--153
24 Nicholas Geissler
2012
Lake Forest, Ill. 74-79--153
24 Mitchell Homb
2011
Dixon, Ill. 76-77--153
24 Carr Vernon
2012
Poplar Bluff, Mo. 76-77--153
24 Connor Nelson
2012
Roscoe, Ill. 78-75--153
24 Landon Kowalski
2011
Buffalo Grove, Ill. 75-78--153
T30 RayVaun Christenson
2012
Ozark, Mo. 76-78--154
30 Jake Goodman
2013
San Antonio, Texas 76-78--154
30 Kurt Martin
2012
Story City, Iowa 77-77--154
T33 Jordan Wetsch
2011
St. Charles, Ill. 78-77--155
33 Robert Hughey
2012
Overland Park, Kan. 74-81--155
33 Carson Ward
2011
Paducah, Ky. 74-81--155
33 Michael Grayson
2011
Highland Park, Ill. 76-79--155
33 Doug Ghim
2014
Arlington Heights, Ill. 78-77--155
T38 Quincy Van Eekeren
2012
Elmhurst, Ill. 80-76--156
38 Taylor Mihok
2012
Aledo, Texas 79-77--156
38 Matthew Weber
2014
Saint Charles, Ill. 79-77--156
38 Robert Dofflemyer III
2012
Belvidere, Ill. 78-78--156
42 Elliot Horst
2011
Rockford, Ill. 79-78--157
T43 Ben Balter
2013
Naples, Fla. 80-78--158
43 Thomas Shindler
2012
Dublin, Ohio 80-78--158
43 Ryan Medhaug
2013
Veblen, S.D. 79-79--158
43 Tommy Schofield
2013
Mundelein, Ill. 81-77--158
T47 Kee-Socrates Fryxell
2012
Davenport, Iowa 78-81--159
47 Max Mcgreevy
2013
Edmond, Okla. 79-80--159
47 Jake Andrews
2012
St. Louis, Mo., 78-81--159
47 Matt Kern
2013
Springboro, Ohio 80-79--159
47 Jonathan Gerrard
2012
Highland Park, Ill. 80-79--159
T52 Luke Waggoner
2012
Crystal Lake, Ill. 79-81--160
52 Jonathan Ransone
2013
Hilliard, Ohio 81-79--160
52 Charlie Netzel
2013
Western Springs, Ill. 78-82--160
52 Ryan Argotsinger
2012
Lee's Summit, Mo. 81-79--160
52 Matthew Fazio
2012
West Chicago, Ill. 75-85--160
T57 Alec Meyer
2012
Naperville, Ill. 84-77--161
57 Tripp Roy
2012
Leawood, Kan. 75-86--161
57 Brandon Straeb
2012
Clarkson Valley, Mo. 84-77--161
60 Christian Seaton
2013
Mt. Carmel, Ill. 79-83--162
T61 Zachary Tate
2012
Leawood, Kan. 85-78--163
61 Jason Plepel
2011
Wheaton, Ill. 79-84--163
T63 Mitchell Medinger
2012
East Moline, Ill. 83-81--164
63 Charlie Marshall
2012
Lake Forest, Ill. 83-81--164
63 Justin Strathe
2013
Owasso, Okla. 78-86--164
63 Ethan Francis
2012
Alpha, Ill. 84-80--164
T67 Alex Quenan
2012
Libertyville, Ill. 85-82--167
67 Michael Nutter
2011
Kildeer, Ill. 81-86--167
69 Logan Coffman
2012
Lake Quivira, Kan. 85-83--168
T70 Matt Garrity
2012
Lake Forest, Ill. 91-78--169
70 Chase Thorp
2012
Leawood, Kan. 86-83--169
70 David Cooke
2011
Bolingbrook, Ill. 85-84--169
73 Nicholas McCall
2013
Winnetka, Ill. 82-88--170
74 Gordie Hamilton
2012
Shawnee Mission, Kan. 87-85--172
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Woody Woodward
2013
Fairmont, W.Va.
-JWD
         
Girls Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Emma Talley
2012
Princeton, Ky. 72-74--146
2 Maggie Chio
2012
Bradenton, Fla. 75-76--151
T3 Lauren English
2011
Bloomington, Ill. 77-76--153
3 Aliea Clark
2014
Carlsbad, Calif. 76-77--153
5 Deanna Song
2012
Granger, Ind. 77-79--156
6 Courtney Hooton
2012
Del Mar, Calif. 76-81--157
7 Marissa DeCola
2012
Butler, Pa. 79-79--158
T8 Tess Fraser
2012
Marysville, Ohio 80-81--161
8 Alexandra Harkins
2014
Crystal Lake, Ill. 77-84--161
10 Briana Midkiff
2012
Carmel, Ind. 81-81--162
T11 Sylvie Brick
2012
Frankfort, Ill. 87-76--163
11 Brooke LaRue
2012
Topeka, Kan. 79-84--163
13 Kathy Sterling
2011
Mokena, Ill. 86-80--166
T14 Lindsey Murray
2014
Tipp City, Ohio 83-84--167
14 Olivia McCormick
2012
Grant Park, Ill. 85-82--167
16 Brittney Jostes
2012
Weldon Spring, Mo. 85-84--169
17 Sara Garmezy
2013
Franklin, Tenn. 84-86--170
T18 Katie-Lee Wilson
2013
Owasso, Okla. 86-85--171
18 Kennedy Windlan
2013
Anderson, Ind. 83-88--171
20 Stephanie Bush
2012
Porter Ranch, Calif. 88-88--176
21 Jessamine Handwerk
2012
Harrisburg, Ill. 89-90--179
 

Donohue and Reinertson are tied headed into the final day at the AJGA Junior at Quad Cities
Talley expands her lead to five strokes at Short Hills Country Club

East Moline, Ill. — Max Donohue of Sioux Falls, S.D., and Rylee Reinertson of Gibbon, Neb., are tied at 4- under-par 140 headed into the final round of the AJGA Junior at Quad Cities. Emma Talley of Princeton, Ky., shot a 2-over-par 74 in the second round to extend her lead to five strokes with a tournament total of 2-over-par 146.

The AJGA Junior at Quad Cities is a 54-hole stroke play event conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Short Hills Country Club in East Moline, Ill. The tournament field includes 75 boys and 21 girls, ages 12-18 from 18 states and Thailand. The Boys Division is playing the par-72 course at 6,694 yards and the Girls Division is playing at 6,123 yards.

After leading following the first round, Donohue constructed a gameplan to remain atop the Boys Division.

“I just wanted to get up and down for par,” Donohue said. “I got a few good saves. “

Reinertson had four straight birdies on the front nine of the second round to finish with a two- under-par 70.

“My putting today was really good, and I made some birdies on the front nine,” Reinertson said.

Donohue and Reinertson are both class of 2014 graduates and either could get their first AJGA win.

Voramate Aussarassakorn of Bangkok, Thailand sits in third place with a 1-over-par 145, five shots back from the leaders. Jacob Fair of Monett, Mo., is six shots back with a two-over-par 146. Rounding out the top five boys are Josh Edison of Springfield, Ill., and Carson Hillery of Dubuque, Iowa, are at six-over-par 148.

Similar to Donohue, Talley remained in first, but created a five stroke gap going into the final round. The second round played tougher for the six-time AJGA winner.

“My putting was really good but the greens played really hard and to get your approach shots close is really difficult out there,” Talley said.

Maggie Chio of Bradenton, Fla. sits in second place with a two-day total of 7-over-par 151. Rounding out the top three for the Girls Division are Aliea Clark of Carlsbad, Calif., and Lauren English of Bloomington, Ill., with 9-over-par 153.

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Final-round tee times for the AJGA Junior at Quad Cities will run from 7 a.m. — 12:10 p.m. off the No. 1 tee at Short Hills Country Club. For more information about the AJGA Junior at Quad Cities, contact Tournament Director Curt Haag at (678) 995-4322.

 
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