OSU commit Stevens wins, Edmond’s Humphreys second in PGA Junior Series

Millington, Tenn. – The third and final round of the PGA Junior Series supported by Genesis Networks event at Justin Timberlake’s Mirimichi was a long day that started with severe weather but ended with excitement.

The morning conditions, which featured heavy rain and standing water, left the course in tough condition for the player. But the players led by Sam Stevens of Wichita, Kan., and Rachel Dai of Milton, Ga. rose to the occasion.

Stevens who closed with an even par 72 captured the Boys Division Title with a 54 hole total three-under-par 213.

 “I feel awesome,” said Stevens. “Not only did I hit the ball great, but I putted great. I cannot wait to finish my last year of high school and make my way to Stillwater to play for Oklahoma State next year.”

Sam Humphreys of Edmond, Okla., took home second place in the boys divisions finishing with a three-round-total of 217. His final-round of 69 left him four strokes behind Stevens.

Nolan Ray of Brentwood, Tenn., finished in third with 218.

Rachel Dai of Milton, Ga., cruised to victory finishing the 54 hole event at 217, finishing nine strokes better than the second place finisher.

The rising junior closed with a final-round of 71.

Terri Doss of Paducah, Ky., finished second overall with a three-round-total of 226. She was followed by Katie Page of Louisville, Ky., who finished third with a total of 229.

Winner of the overall Boys /Girls winners will receive an automatic exemption for the 38th Junior PGA Championship presented by Under Armor and Hotel Fitness at Trump National Golf Club, D.C. in Potomac Falls, Va. They also earn an exemption into the Callaway Golf Jr. World Championship in La Jolla, California.

After finishing the final day of the event at Mirimichi, Greg King, PGA Professional and Director of Golf, was more than pleased with the tournament and the results.

“We are very honored and excited at Mirimichi to have hosted this 2013 PGA Junior Series event. I feel it was a very competitive venue and I hope that the players had a great time,” said King.

“I would like to personally thank all the volunteers and the agronomy team at Mirimhichi who made this week more than a success.” In closing King said that “Mike Schanne and the PGA of America did a great job and we hope to be hosting another event soon.”

Boy’s – 6,898 Yards – Par 72
First Name Last Name, City, State Rd1-Rd 2-Rd 3 — Total
Sam Stevens, Wichita, Kan. 70-71-72 — 213
Sam Humphreys, Edmond, Okla. 78-70-69 — 217
Nolan Ray, Brentwood, Tenn. 72-75-71 — 218
Kristian Caparros, Hollywood, Fla. 76-70-72 — 218
Noah Trenkler, Hendersonville, Tenn. 76-74-72 — 222
Daniel Stout, Manchester, Tenn. 72-75-75 — 222
Jackson Wendling, Effingham, Ill. 74-78-73 — 225
Brad Carpenter, Washington, Mo. 72-73-80 — 225
Nick Choate, Cadiz, Ky. 74-79-74 — 227
Daniel Jaramillo, Bradenton, Fla. 73-73-81 — 227
Logan Watkins, Covington, Tenn. 76-82-71 — 229
Austin Rose, Tupelo, Miss. 82-75-73 — 230
Hunter Wolcott, Burns, Tenn. 75-78-77 — 230
Peyton Dix, Bartlett, Tenn. 78-73-79 — 230
Louis Martin, Memphis, Tenn. 78-76-77 — 231
Michael Mounce, El Paso, Ill. 80-74-78 — 232
Adam Button, Brentwood, Tenn. 75-79-78 — 232
Hayden Goodheart, Brentwood, Tenn. 73-80-80 — 233
Albano Valentino, Orlando, Fla. 81-78-75 — 234
Jared Brown, Bowling Green, Ky. 75-82-77 — 234
David Baker, Weddington, N.C. 80-80-75 — 235
Grayson Davis, Franklin, Tenn. 83-76-76 — 235
Matthew Loiacano, Jonesboro, Ark. 79-77-79 — 235
Michael Christifulli, Paradise Valley, Ariz. 76-78-81 — 235
Ike Alexander, Florence, Ala. 78-79-79 — 236
Caden McLaughlin, Alcoa, Tenn. 81-78-78 — 237
Ethan Luecke, Warrenton, Mo. 75-82-80 — 237
Scott Schaeffer, St. Charles, Mo. 85-72-80 — 237
Branden Mounce, El Paso, Ill. 75-77-85 — 237
Hunter Howell, Franklin, Tenn. 81-81-76 — 238
Phillip Hickam, Olive Branch, Miss. 78-83-77 — 238
Benjamin Hutchison, Ballwin, Mo. 83-82-75 — 240
Eric Shelly, Fernandina Beach, Fla. 79-80-81 — 240
Brendan Lewis, Marion, Ill. 84-79-79 — 242
Reed Rudesill, Memphis, Tenn. 79-85-79 — 243
Ashton Hunter, Nashville, Tenn. 82-81-80 — 243
Brayden Garrison, Nolensville, Tenn. 78-82-83 — 243
Matt Strube, Germantown, Tenn. 79-80-84 — 243
Nash Gilchrist, Brentwood, Tenn. 81-83-80 — 244
Joshua Sokoloff, Germantown, Tenn. 82-84-79 — 245
Brian Peevy, Collierville, Tenn. 85-78-82 — 245
Heath Newsom, Horn Lake, Miss. 82-86-79 — 247
Brock Falley, Topeka, Kan. 88-81-79 — 248
Peyton Boucek, Memphis, Tenn. 78-88-82 — 248
Christian Tooley, Roundhill, Ky. 85-83-81 — 249
Derek Smith, Johnston City, Ill. 80-87-83 — 250
Graysen Huff, Eagle, Idaho 86-82-83 — 251
Michael O’Keefe II, Olivette, Mo. 87-80-84 — 251
Clayton Gregory, Bartlatt, Tenn. 81-86-85 — 252
Jordan Botwinick, Germantown, Tenn. 85-87-83 — 255
Michael Rials, Marion, Ill. 81-87-87 — 255
Austin Youngblood, Dresden, Tenn. 86-80-89 — 255
Austin Brewer, Rutherford, Tenn. 86-89-81 — 256
Miles Jena, Middletown, Ohio 89-80-87 — 256
Drew Elliott, Collierville, Tenn. 92-82-86 — 260
Nick Auer, Wichita, Kan. 89-84-87 — 260
Ben Fowler, Harrisburg, Ill. 86-83-94 — 263
Ethan Gwinn, Spring Hill, Tenn. 93-87-91 — 271
Cooper Bergman, Georgetown, Ky. 88-95-89 — 272
Joshua Chung, Memphis, Tenn. 98-103-95 — 296

Girls – 5,998 Yards – Par 72
First Name Last Name, City, State Rd1-Rd 2-Rd 3 — Total

Rachel Dai, Milton, Ga. 73-73-71 — 217
Teri Doss, Paducah, Ky. 76-76-74 — 226
Katie Page, Louisville, Ky. 77-77-75 — 229
Alison Armstrong, Tampa, Fla. 81-76-74 — 231
Kathleen Gallagher, Greenwood, Miss. 74-78-79 — 231
Madison Connell, Murray, Ky. 78-78-79 — 235
Sabrina Long, Alpharetta, Ga. 81-80-75 — 236
Emma Ballard, Humble, Texas 79-80-78 — 237
Anna Hack, Paducah, Ky. 75-86-77 — 238
Kaeli Jones, Sumterville, Fla. 80-81-77 — 238
Emily Goldenstein, Chesterfield, Mo. 81-82-78 — 241
Sienna Chapman, Racine, Wis. 78-84-80 — 242
AnnaMichelle Moore, Adams, Tenn. 90-78-77 — 245
Caroline Lake, Madison, Wis. 86-82-80 — 248
Bria’ Sanders, Cordova, Tenn. 81-92-82 — 255
Victoria Hays, Alton, Ill. 85-87-85 — 257
Blythe Scrivner, Powell, Tenn. 87-84-88 — 259
Sarah Fite, Maysville, Ky. 86-90-84 — 260
Maribeth Peevy, Collierville, Tenn. 86-88-87 — 261
Elizabeth Leath, Chesterfield, Mo. 87-96-85 — 268
Jenna McGuire, Crescent Springs, Ky. 85-94-90 — 269
Reagan Snavely, Wentzville, Mo. 96-90-86 — 272
Charlstyn Beard, Benton, Ky. 95-83-95 — 273
Kelsey Thompson, Chesterfield, Mo. 86-93-97 — 276
 

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