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Osiecki and Kanaby win titles at TYGA Roy Jones Junior Championship

KINSTON, NC  (July 19, 2018) – Casey Osiecki of New Bern, NC fired a second round 71 to finish at 1 under 141 to win the TYGA Roy Jones Junior Championship hosted by Kinston Country Club in Kinston, NC (6,373 Yards, Par 36-35—71, 71.0/135). Megan Kanaby of Chapel Hill, NC birdied her 18th hole of the day to win the Girls’ Championship by one shot over Jayla Rogers of Wilmington, NC (5,328 Yards, Par 36-35—71, 66.1/120).

 

Osiecki held off Pierce Robinson of Kings Mountain who finished one back at 142, and a trio of players at 143. James Carlin of Raleigh fired a second round 67 to take 3rd place ahead of Davis Fisher of Greenville and Matthew Chandler of Washington, NC.  Fisher shot the low round of the week on Thursday with a 5 under 66, one off the Roy Jones Junior Championship record.

Playing in the final group after matching rounds of 74 on Wednesday, Kanaby and Rogers were tied with 4 holes to play. Rogers birdied her 15th and 16th holes of the day, but it was not enough as Kanaby’s birdie on the par 3 9th was the deciding factor.

Caden Baker of Mebane, NC won the Boys’ 14-15 division with a par on the 2nd playoff hole to defeat Garret Hauk of Burlington, NC. Hauk fired a 2nd round 72 to force the playoff at 149.

Emily Matthews of Mebane, NC won the Girls’ 12-15 flight by 4 shots with a 2 day total of 155.

Drew Greene of Greenville, NC shot a 1 under 70 to win the Boys’ 12-13 flight by 2 shots over Zihe Bian of Shen Zhen, China. The one under par 70 was the only under par round in the Boys’ 12-13 flight for the week.

Boys’ 16-18

Pos.

Player

Affiliation

Total To Par

R1

R2

Total

                    Details

1

Casey Osiecki

New Bern-2020

-1

70

71

141

 

2

Pierce Robinson

Kings Mountain-2019

E

72

70

142

 

3

James Carlin

Raleigh-2020

1

76

67

143

Won 3rd place via matching of cards

T4

Davis Fisher

Greenville-2019

1

77

66

143

 

T4

Matthew Chandler

Washington-2018

1

72

71

143

 

T6

Christopher Gardner

Rocky Mount-2019

2

74

70

144

 

T6

Kris Jackson

Greenville-2019

2

72

72

144

 

T8

David Langley

Greenville-2020

3

73

72

145

 

T8

Kyle Kushnir

Raleigh-2021

3

73

72

145

 

T8

Nicholas Mathews

Mebane-2020

3

72

73

145

 

11

Randall Hudson

New Bern-2020

4

73

73

146

 

T12

Brady Hooks

Clayton-2019

5

76

71

147

 

T12

Luke Edwards

Chapel Hill-2020

5

74

73

147

 

14

Carter Rains

Greenville -2019

6

77

71

148

 

15

Caleb Kimbrough

New Bern-2019

7

78

71

149

 

16

Cade Hancock

Elizabethtown-2019

8

72

78

150

 

T17

Clayson Good

Durham-2020

10

75

77

152

 

T17

Evan Higgins

Hampstead-2019

10

77

75

152

 

T17

Parker Truesdale

Canton-2020

10

74

78

152

 

T20

Harrison Wierse

Wilmington-2019

11

76

77

153

 

T20

Jackson Crocker

Kinston-2020

11

79

74

153

 

T20

Joey Pritchard

Pinehurst-2020

11

77

76

153

 

T20

Kenny Walter

Concord-2021

11

74

79

153

 

T24

Austin Wood

Greenville -2019

12

76

78

154

 

T24

Weston Myers

Greenville-2018

12

83

71

154

 

26

Gus Lascola

Durham- 2018

13

77

78

155

 

27

Zane Ector

Burlington- 2019

14

78

78

156

 

T28

Kyle Griffin

Winterville- 2019

15

80

77

157

 

T28

Will Pruthi

Durham-2019

15

79

78

157

 

T28

Alexander Conway

Raleigh-2019

15

82

75

157

 

T28

Joe Gaston

New Bern-2019

15

82

75

157

 

T32

Dylan Smith

Cornelius-2020

16

77

81

158

 

T32

Shaun Wixson

Fayetteville-2019

16

78

80

158

 

34

Tyler Owens

Cary-2019

17

87

72

159

 

T35

Robby Riggs

Jacksonville-2019

18

80

80

160

 

T35

Max Johnson

Hampstead-2019

18

82

78

160

 

T35

Milan Minto

Greenville-2019

18

82

78

160

 

T35

Robert Allen

Greenville-2020

18

81

79

160

 

39

Dawson Thornton

Mooresville-2019

21

84

79

163

 

40

Joseph Bishop

Greenville-2018

22

82

82

164

 

41

Zach Heath

Winterville-2018

23

83

82

165

 

42

Paul Larimer

Rocky Mount-2019

24

83

83

166

 

T43

Christian Beck

Apex-2021

28

87

83

170

 

T43

Luke Matthews

Chocowinity -2019

28

85

85

170

 

45

Will Grimes

Raleigh-2019

36

84

94

178

 

WD

Bobby Gold

High Point-2019

-

81

WD

WD

 

WD

Alex Williams

Davidson-2020

-

WD

 

WD

 

WD

Carter Dickinson

Raleigh-2019

-

WD

 

WD

 

 

Girls’ 16-18

Pos.

Player

Affiliation

Total To Par

R1

R2

Total

1

Megan Kanaby

Chapel Hill-2019

2

74

70

144

2

Jayla Rogers

Wilmington-2019

3

74

71

145

3

Deborah Spair

Raleigh-2020

10

75

77

152

4

Toni Blackwell

Fayetteville -2020

15

82

75

157

5

Grace Olmstead

Four Oaks-2018

16

80

78

158

6

Trinity Ahing

New Bern- 2020

19

81

80

161

7

Caroline Bryant

New Bern-2018

24

84

82

166

8

Elizabeth Ritchie

Havelock-2019

26

82

86

168

 

Boys’ 14-15

Pos.

Player

Affiliation

Total To Par

R1

R2

Total

Details

1

Caden Baker

Mebane-2021

7

74

75

149

Won 1st place on 2nd playoff hole

2

Garrett Hauk

Burlington-2021

7

77

72

149

 

3

Cameron Hardison

Greenville-2022

9

78

73

151

Won 3rd place via matching of cards

4

Tate Bowyer

Wilmington-2021

9

74

77

151

 

5

Andrew Gallagher

Grimesland-2021

11

73

80

153

 

6

Joe Stott

Wilmington-2022

12

78

76

154

 

T7

Nick Kleu

Cary- 2022

14

75

81

156

 

T7

Stewart Kinlaw

Wilmington-2022

14

79

77

156

 

T9

Aidan Harrington

Raleigh-2021

15

78

79

157

 

T9

Brody Brice

Rocky Mount-2022

15

78

79

157

 

T9

Jack Dockrill

Elon-2021

15

81

76

157

 

T12

Caeden Lyons

Washington-2021

16

80

78

158

 

T12

Adam Hathaway

Greenville-2020

16

81

77

158

 

T14

Hayes Mahoney

Greenville-2022

18

79

81

160

 

T14

Simon Owens

Tarboro- 2021

18

74

86

160

 

16

Matthew Richardson

Ayden-2022

19

80

81

161

 

17

Tyler Strickland

Holly Springs-2022

21

89

74

163

 

18

Caleb Click

Fair Bluff-2021

24

83

83

166

 

19

Jack Vick

Greenville-2021

25

84

83

167

 

20

Henry Pate

Elizabethtown-2022

26

80

88

168

 

21

Colby Tant

Greenville-2021

28

87

83

170

 

22

Cole Howard

Benson-2021

31

79

94

173

 

23

Carson Hathaway

Winterville -2022

34

98

78

176

 

T24

Davis Miller

Greenville-2021

40

92

90

182

 

T24

Harris Casey

Greenville-2021

40

93

89

182

 

Girl’s 12-15

Pos.

Player

Affiliation

Total To Par

R1

R2

Total

1

Emily Mathews

Mebane-2023

13

74

81

155

2

Julie Fiedler

New Bern-2021

17

81

78

159

3

Grace Holcomb

Wilmington-2021

19

80

81

161

4

Emily Wellspeak

New Bern-2020

23

85

80

165

5

Myranda Vogan

New Bern-2021

29

79

92

171

6

Madelyn Vogan

New Bern-2023

30

84

88

172

7

Jessica Townsend

Wilmington-2022

36

90

88

178

 

Boys’ 12-13

Pos.

Player

Affiliation

Total To Par

R1

R2

Total

1

Drew Greene

Greenville-2023

4

76

70

146

2

Zihe Bian

Shen Zhen-2022

6

72

76

148

3

Bizzell Pate

Elizabethtown-2024

14

78

78

156

4

Will Guidry

Winterville-2024

15

81

76

157

5

Nathan O'Neal

Wilson-2023

16

78

80

158

6

Drew O'Neal

Wilson-2023

25

81

86

167

7

Jack Wiley

Wake Forest-2024

31

84

89

173

8

Michael Williams

Rose Hill-2024

34

87

89

176

9

Stephen Overbey

Trent Woods-2022

39

89

92

181

10

Wells Mahoney

Greenville- 2025

60

97

105

202

WD

Henry Lawrence

Topasail Beach- 2024

-

90

WD

WD

 

 

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