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Kuehn Carries Leads into Final Round

Kuehn Carries Lead into Final Round of 59th Carolinas Junior Girls' Championship
Asheville junior just one shot ahead of SC Junior and SC Junior Match Play Champion Czarnecki
 
Rock Hill, SC--Fourteen year old Rachel Kuehn of Asheville, NC sits atop the leader board after 36-holes in the 59th Carolinas Junior Girls' Championship at Rock Hill CC in Rock Hill, SC.  Kuehn, a rising high school freshman, shot a second round of even par 72 and has a two day total of two over par 146.  "I started off getting up and down on three of my first four hole and I birdied number two, so that was good start for me" stated Kuehn.  A birdie on the par five seventh hole put her at even par for the tournament, but a bogey on the tough par 4 eighth hole moved her back to one over as she made the turn to the back side.  Kuehn bogeyed the par four tenth hole, but then reeled off six straight pars before she birdied the par three seventeenth hole.  A par of the final hole finished off her round of even par 72.
 
Top ranked SC player Ashely Czarnecki of Greenville, SC had the hot round of the day finishing with a four under par 68.  Czarnecki, who also holds the SC Junior (stroke play) and the SC Junior Match Play titles is looking to take home her third major victory in the Carolinas junior golf season.  Twin States champion Kathleen Sumner of Charleston, SC is two shots back of Kuehn at 147 after back to back rounds of 74.  First round leader Madison Moosa of Charlotte is tied with Sumner for third place.  In the sub-junior division, Mary Talledo of Blythewood, SC is in first place with an 18 hole total of 87.
 
Sub-junior Division (5,100 yards, par 72, 69.5/115)
 
Place
Name
Score
1
Mary Talledo (2020),  Blythewood, SC 
42-45-87
2
Camille Oliver (2022),  Cary, NC 
51-57-108
 
 
 
Junior Division (5,970 yards, par 72, 74.0/123)
 
Place
Name
Score
1
Rachel Kuehn (2019),  Asheville, NC 
74-72--146
2
Ashley Czarnecki (2016),  Greenville, SC 
79-68--147
T3
Kathleen Sumner (2017),  Charleston, SC 
74-74--148
T3
Madison Moosa (2017),  Charlotte, NC 
72-76--148
5
Sarah Spicer (2016),  Bahama, NC 
74-76--150
T6
Grace Yatawara (2016),  Salisbury, NC 
79-73--152
T6
Jodee Tindal (2017),  Rock Hill, SC  
75-77--152
8
Jalen Castle (2020),  West Columbia, SC 
75-79--154
9
Grace Massengill (2016),  Hickory, NC 
81-74--155
T10
Callista Rice (2017),  Mars Hill, NC 
75-81--156
T10
Taylor Hinson (2017),  Belmont, NC 
79-77--156
T12
Carly Lyvers (2018),  Greenville, SC 
80-77--157
T12
Hailey Cleary (2016),  Lexington, SC 
81-76--157
T14
Baylee Evans (2018),  Lancaster, SC 
76-82--158
T14
Smith Knaffle (2019),  Murrells Inlet, SC 
77-81--158
T16
Ann Elizabeth Gore (2015),  Lexington, SC 
79-80--159
T16
Emily Cox (2017),  Lancaster, SC 
81-78--159
T16
Emily Dunlap (2019),  Greenville, SC 
83-76--159
T16
Gracyn Burgess (2018),  Lexington, SC 
79-80--159
T16
Jessica Spicer (2016),  Bahama, NC 
80-79--159
21
Moon Cheong (2017),  Charlotte, NC 
81-79--160
22
Kendall Dobbins (2016),  Summerfield, NC 
83-78--161
T23
Jaime Cassell (2016),  Charlotte, NC 
84-78--162
T23
Riley Smyth (2018),  Cary, NC 
81-81--162
25
Jensen Castle (2019),  West Columbia, SC 
80-83--163
T26
Muskan Uppal (2019),  Cornelius, NC 
82-83--165
T26
Sophie Holland (2020),  Cornelius, NC 
81-84--165
28
Anna Chanthaphaeng (2016),  Boiling Springs, SC 
79-87--166
29
Anna McDonald (2019),  Hickory, NC 
87-82--169
T30
Alyssa Campbell (2018),  Lake Wylie, SC 
86-85--171
T30
Madison Isaacson (2018),  Greensboro, NC 
86-85--171
T32
Alexis Jarrell (2018),  Davidson, NC 
88-84--172
T32
Marisa Daquil-Kawabe (2016),  Fayetteville, NC 
82-90--172
T32
Meredith Langs (2016),  Hilton Head Island, SC 
84-88--172
T35
Delanie Mortier (2017),  N. Charleston, SC 
87-86--173
T35
Emily Hawkins (2018),  Lexington, NC 
86-87--173
T35
Nicole Adam (2020),  Pinehurst, NC 
89-84--173
T38
Hailey Joy (2018),  Reidsville , NC 
89-85--174
T38
Taylor Kate Mayers (2016),  Summerville, SC 
87-87--174
T40
Anna Freeman (2017),  Aiken, SC 
84-91--175
T40
Elizabeth Hordes (2016),  Waxhaw, NC 
85-90--175
42
Madison Elliott (2017),  North Myrtle Beach, SC 
91-86--177
T43
Kelli Smith (2016),  Murrells Inlet, SC 
90-88--178
T43
Michelle Harn (2019),  Charlotte, NC 
93-85--178
T45
Ashlee Richardson (2017),  Simpsonville, SC 
93-89--182
T45
Hannah Bruxvoort (2018),  Chapel Hill, NC 
87-95--182
T45
Nicole Kramer (2018),  Charlotte, NC 
91-91--182
48
Taylor Williams (2017),  Lincolnton, NC 
91-95--186
49
Taylor Cozart (2016),  Taylorsville, NC 
96-92--188
50
Ana Tsiros (2019),  Asheville, NC 
94-95--189
T51
Channing Hensley (2018),  Wake Forest, NC 
101-90--191
T51
Mary Robinson (2020),  Kings Mountain, NC 
93-98--191
53
Cecelia Knecht (2019),  North Charleston, SC 
97-105--202
54
Katie Smith (2019),  Murrells Inlet, SC 
108-101--209
55
Anna Moore (2018),  Wilmington, NC 
110-101--211
56
Haven Worley (2017),  Morganton, NC 
124-120--244
57
Savanah Goodman (2016),  Easley, SC 
76-DQ
T58
Alexis Whitney (2016),  Charlotte, NC 
86-WD
T58
Taylor Scovel (2015),  Charlotte, NC 
96-WD
 
About the Carolinas Golf Association (CGA)
The CGA is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit educational organization that was founded in 1909 to promote and to protect the game of golf in the Carolinas by providing competitions, education, support and benefits to golf clubs and golfers. The CGA is the second largest golf association in the country with over 700 member clubs represented by nearly 150,000 individuals.
Now in its 106th year, the CGA annually conducts 43 championships and five team match competitions for men, women, juniors, and seniors. It also runs over 140 One-Day (net and gross) events and qualifying for USGA national championships. The CGA serves golf in the Carolinas with numerous programs such as: the USGA Handicap System; tournament management software and support; course measuring and course/slope ratings; agronomy consultation; answers about the Rules of Golf, Rules of Amateur Status, and Handicapping; Carolinas Golf Magazine; Interclub series; Tarheel Youth Golf Association; Carolinas Golf Hall of Fame; expense assistance for USGA Junior and Girls' Junior qualifiers from the Carolinas; and the Carolinas Golf Foundation (CGF). The CGF has distributed more than $1,500,000 since 1977 to benefit Carolinas' golf initiatives including junior and women's programs.    
 
For more information about the CGA, visit www.carolinasgolf.org.


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