Boys Division Champion: Hanseung Chang of Cedar Park, Texas (6-under-par 138)
· First career AJGA win
· Third top-10 finish of his AJGA career
· Shot a 5-under-par 67 during the final round to claim low final honors
· “Dedication, that hopefully if I work hard and give [it] your best, you cannot fail. Dedication.”
Girls Division champion: Elina Sinz of Katy, Texas (6-under-par 138)
· Verbally committed to Auburn University
· Sinz follows up her solo second finish at last years tournament to take her first career AJGA win
· Member of the 2017 AJGA Junior All-Star Team
· Shot the Girls Division low final round at 4-under-par 68
· 11th top-10 finish of her AJGA career
· “I knew this week was going to be like a chipping and putting contest basically cause the greens are very undulated, and the course is very sloped you could say. I knew what aspects of my game I needed to work on, so I was ready coming into this week”.
Boys Division top local finisher: Brandon Rogillio and Johnathan Ellis of Baton Rouge, Louisiana (6-over-par 150)
· Both finished tied for sixth
· Rogillio is a verbal commit to Wake Forest University and this is his third top-10 AJGA finish
· Ellis is a 2020 grad and this is his second top-10 AJGA finish
Girls Division top local finisher: Cassidy Lambert of Gretna, Louisiana (6-over-par 150)
· Finished tied for fifth
· This is Lambert’s best career AJGA finish
· Second top-10 finish of AJGA career
· The tournament was shortened to two rounds (36-holes) as the final round was cancelled due to inclement weather.
· The 78-player field included juniors from two countries and 13 different states.