ROCHESTER OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP
Ravenwood Golf Club
Victor, N.Y. • August 1 - 4

Media Score VICTOR, N.Y. -- Final results from the Rochester Open Championship conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Ravenwood Golf Club.
Boys Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 6976. Rating: 74. Slope: 139
Girls Par: 36-36--72. Yardage: 6123. Rating: 76.1. Slope: 136

Boys Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 David Pompey
2013
Clarks Summit, Pa. 74-69-71--214
2 Austin Connelly
2015
Irving, Texas 72-75-69--216
T3 Cody Cox
2013
Milford, Pa. 76-71-72--219
3 Addison Coll
2013
Arlington, Va. 75-73-71--219
T5 James Dornes
2012
Lancaster, Pa. 75-73-73--221
5 Billy Gaffney
2011
Williamsville, N.Y. 74-75-72--221
5 Matt Gerber
2012
Kitchener, Ontario 76-74-71--221
T8 Austin James
2013
Bath, Ontario 70-76-76--222
8 Nick Rodriguez
2013
Shrewsbury, Mass. 75-70-77--222
10 Teddy Corcoran
2012
Rochester, N.Y. 76-72-75--223
11 Robby Rowe
2012
Lititz, Pa. 75-73-76--224
T12 Ryan Dornes
2015
Lancaster, Pa. 74-76-75--225
12 Brandon Eng
2012
Potomac, Md. 78-73-74--225
12 Danny Guise
2013
Greenwich, Conn. 79-72-74--225
12 Jacob Kreuz
2012
Amherst, N.Y. 77-76-72--225
12 Chris Houston
2012
Gilford, N.H. 75-75-75--225
T17 Kacper Pacewicz
2011
Mississauga, Ontario 75-75-76--226
17 Matt Oshrine
2013
Baltimore, Md. 77-74-75--226
17 Raleigh Chapin
2012
Doylestown, Pa. 74-74-78--226
T20 Zachary Katz
2012
Old Tappan, N.J. 75-79-73--227
20 Joshua Whalen
2013
Napanee, Ontario 75-74-78--227
20 Benjamin DeForest
2012
Cottekill, N.Y. 76-75-76--227
20 Doug Uhazie
2013
Rochester, N.Y. 78-75-74--227
T24 Jesse Hazam
2013
Mechanicsburg, Pa. 76-80-73--229
24 Matthew van Niekerk
2013
Rochester, N.Y. 74-80-75--229
24 Joseph Kremer
2013
Toronto, Ontario 84-74-71--229
24 Alex Bourdelais
2012
Pittsford, N.Y. 78-77-74--229
24 Ryan Cole
2013
Mount Airy, Md. 76-80-73--229
24 Brendan Polsin
2012
Baldwinsville, N.Y. 78-75-76--229
24 Ben Balter
2013
Naples, Fla. 80-76-73--229
24 Wade Chen
2012
Gainesville, Fla. 77-76-76--229
T32 Theron Ornt
2011
HIghland Park, Ill. 75-76-79--230
32 Andrew Lewis
2012
Mississauga, Ontario 76-77-77--230
T34 Conor Rodrigues
2014
Kingston, Ontario 77-81-73--231
34 James Edgeworth
2012
Staten Island, N.Y. 79-76-76--231
34 David Thompson
2013
Shrewsbury, Mass. 81-74-76--231
34 Roshan Chekuri
2012
Pleasanton, Calif. 73-84-74--231
34 John Rafael
2013
Corpus Christi, Texas 80-74-77--231
39 Tyler Silberberg
2013
Columbia, Md. 80-76-76--232
T40 Michael Werenski
2013
South Hadley, Mass. 77-75-81--233
40 Gregory Hanninen
2011
Barrie, Ontario 72-77-84--233
40 Zach Mosholder
2014
Tallmadge, Ohio 80-73-80--233
40 Ian Holt
2014
Stow, Ohio 81-76-76--233
44 Kyle Krout
2011
Cogan Station, Pa. 78-78-78--234
T45 Pierce Terrance
2011
Tonawanda, N.Y. 80-79-76--235
45 Thomas Kim
2012
Upper Saddle River, N.J. 83-74-78--235
45 Mitchell Van Gameren
2012
St. Lazare, Quebec 81-78-76--235
45 William Hyde
2012
Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich. 85-74-76--235
45 Royce Ryu
2012
Beverly Hills, Calif. 78-77-80--235
45 Matthew Capern
2012
Oakville, Ontario 78-79-78--235
51 Thomas Byrne
2011
North Barrington, Ill. 78-77-83--238
T52 Kevin O'Brien
2013
Wexford, Pa. 81-75-83--239
52 Christian Wagner
2012
Chagrin Falls, Ohio 78-75-86--239
54 J. Christian FitzGerald
2013
Plandome Manor, N.Y. 76-80-84--240
T55 Kyle Buschmann
2012
East Haddam, Conn. 83-77-81--241
55 Ryan Amos
2011
Komoka, Ontario 80-84-77--241
57 Matthew Allen
2012
Lima, N.Y. 80-80-82--242
58 John Coughlin
2012
Hunting Valley, Ohio 77-85-81--243
T59 Zachary Soccio-Marandola
2012
Thorold, Ontario 95-75-74--244
59 Sun Kim
2017
L'Ile-Perrot, Quebec 81-81-82--244
T61 Andrew Wells
2012
Madison, N.J. 78-78-89--245
61 Steve Chung
2012
Dix Hills, N.Y. 81-83-81--245
63 Owen Elliott
2012
New York, N.Y. 81-85-80--246
T64 Darren Chiu
2011
Fresh Meadows, N.Y. 84-77-88--249
64 Mark Paradise
2012
Moscow, Pa. 85-84-80--249
64 Mick Hazen
2011
New York, N.Y. 81-82-86--249
67 Luke Vadas
2012
Allentown, Pa. 83-85-82--250
68 Connor Raeman
2015
Canandaigua, N.Y. 90-80-81--251
69 Kevin Siegel
2014
Fairport, N.Y. 84-86-91--261
70 Adam Goldstein
2012
Newton, Mass. 89-88-89--266
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Joseph Facciolo
2012
Rome, N.Y.
-DQ - Rule 6-3a
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Douglas Kulikowski
2014
Pittsford, N.Y.
-JWD
         
Girls Division
Name
Grad
Hometown
Score
1 Courtney Hooton
2012
Del Mar, Calif. 75-66-74--215
2 Talia Campbell
2012
Dallas, Texas 73-71-73--217
3 Andrea Wong
2012
San Francisco, Calif. 73-72-76--221
4 Hana Ku
2013
Basking Ridge, N.J. 74-73-78--225
T5 Christine Schmitt
2014
Pittsford, N.Y. 74-75-77--226
5 Kimberly Santiago
2012
Lynnwood, Wash. 76-74-76--226
7 Maggie Chio
2012
Bradenton, Fla. 75-76-79--230
8 Alexandra Wong
2012
San Francisco, Calif. 85-75-74--234
9 Brynn FitzGerald
2012
Pepper Pike, Ohio 76-73-87--236
T10 Gabrielle Weiss
2014
Southern Pines, N.C. 79-81-78--238
10 Jessica Merrill
2012
Reston, Va. 83-78-77--238
12 Catherine Peters
2012
Clarence Center, N.Y. 79-80-81--240
13 Christina Paulsen
2012
Ridgewood, N.J. 87-86-72--245
14 Gabrielle Sacheli
2012
Pittsford, N.Y. 84-79-83--246
15 Ashley Cassidy
2013
Doylestown, Pa. 80-80-87--247
16 Monica Chow
2012
Newton, Mass. 85-82-82--249
T17 Sara Quinn
2012
Webster, N.Y. 87-84-80--251
17 Michelle Hanes
2013
Elma, N.Y. 85-81-85--251
19 Brianna Vogel
2013
Green Valley, Ariz. 82-79-91--252
20 Amanda Reach
2012
Moscow, Pa. 89-82-87--258
21 Taylor Krout
2013
Cogan Station, Pa. 91-82-89--262
22 Kensington Wieland
2013
Loudon, Tenn. 85-86-94--265
23 Allison Shilling
2013
New Canaan, Conn. 95-86-97--278
24 Sara Simons
2012
Fayetteville, N.Y. 100-100-103--303
 

Pompey Wins First AJGA Title at Rochester Open Championship
Hooton achieves victory at Ravenwood Golf Club

VICTOR, N.Y.  David Pompey of Clarks Summit, Pa., maintained control of the Boys Division to win his first AJGA event, carding a tournament total of 2-under-par 214. In the Girls Division, Courtney Hooton of Del Mar, Calif., retained her second-round lead and earned the victory, tallying a tournament total 1-under-par 215.

The Rochester Open Championship was a 54-hole stroke play event conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Ravenwood Golf Club in Victor, N.Y. The tournament field consisted of 95 players from 15 states and Canada. The Boys Division played the par-72 course at 6,976 yards and the Girls Division was played at 6,123 yards.

Pompey finished the tournament with a solid final round, starting his momentum with an eagle on No. 6.

I played well today, Pompey said. I was bogey-free until No. 16, and had a great front nine. I finished sloppy, but I'm happy with a great 15 holes on the day. It feels very good to win.

Austin Connelly of Las Colinas, Texas, carded a tournament total of even-par 216 to finish in second place. Tied for third with scores of 3-over-par 219 were Addison Coll of Arlington, Va., and Cody Cox of Milford, Pa. Rounding out the top five for the Boys Division were Matt Gerber of Kitchener, Ontario, Billy Gaffney of Williamsville, N.Y., and James Dornes of Lancaster, Pa.

In the Girls Division, Hooton bounced back from a tough front nine to card two birdies on the back.

I wasn't hitting the ball that well today, and I was having to save a lot and recover everything, Hooton said. I was telling myself I could do it, especially after yesterday when I had six birdies. I turned it around on No. 11 when I made a birdie, and my putting got progressively better. It was really important for me to win this tournament, especially because it is my last AJGA event of the summer.

Hooton won the 2010 Lessing's AJGA Classic, which was held in New York.

I won my tournament in New York last year, so it was great to come back and do it again. It is a big deal to me and my family.

Talia Campbell of Dallas, finished the tournament at 1-over-par 217 to earn second place. Rounding out the top three for the Girls Division was Andrea Wong of San Francisco, carding a 5-over-par 221.

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