Girls Division Champion: Yoona Kim of River Edge, New Jersey (2-over-par 218)
- Defended 2019 title good for third AJGA victory
- Signed a National Letter of Intent with Harvard University
- 2019 AJGA Scholastic Junior All-America Team
- Has 18 AJGA top-10 finishes
- Had five birdies in the second round to help lead her to victory
It feels pretty good to be back-to-back champion. I wasn't really expecting it to happen this week, I just focused on playing my best and not worrying about where I ended up finishing. I was really glad I could grind it out today. I stuck to my routine, stuck to my game, and ultimately ended up well.
Boys Division Champion: John Peters of Carlisle, Pennsylvania (5-under-par 208)
- First AJGA career win
- Verbally committed to Duke University
- 2019 AJGA Scholastic Honor Roll
- Has six AJGA top-10 finishes
It definitely feels amazing to win my first AJGA tournament. I've been very close two other times, but I guess the third time's the charm. I'm very fortunate and very blessed that I was able to follow through with it and get this win.
Top Local Boys Division Finisher: Hunter Po Bridgewater, New Jersey (T22)
- Attends Bridgewater-Raritan School
- Played in his second career AJGA event