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39th Carolinas Virginias Junior Boys' Team Matches

 

LYNCHBURG, VA (August 7, 2021) -- The Carolinas Golf Association in association with the Virginia State Golf Association will conduct the 39th Carolinas Virginias Team Matches at Boonsboro Country Club in Lynchburg, VA from August 7 - 8, 2021. (6,781 yards; Par 36-36—72)

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Hampton Roberts of Cary, N.C. – Class of 2023

Hampton Roberts won the 54th North Carolina Junior Boys’ Championship to earn an invitation to the team. Roberts also qualified for the U.S. Junior Boys’ Championship where he advanced to match play and won his Round of 64 match before losing in the Round of 32. He also finished tied for ninth at the Carolinas Junior Boys Championship, tied for fifth at the Pinehurst North and South Junior Championship, earned runner-up at the 4A State Championship and tied for sixth at the Southern Junior. Roberts is currently the No. 2 ranked player in the Junior Rankings of the Carolinas. 

 

Jonathan Honeywell of Whispering Pines, N.C. – Class of 2022

Jonathan Honeywell won the 2021 Jimmy Anderson Boys’ Invitational to earn an invitation to the team. Honeywell was a semi-finalist at the North Carolina Junior Boys’ Championship, finished tied for 14th at the Pinehurst North and South Junior Championship and tied for 31st at the Carolinas Junior Boys’ Championship. Honeywell is currently ranked No. 39 in the Junior Rankings of the Carolinas.

 

Major Lenning of Simpsonville, S.C. – Class of 2023

Major Lenning arrives in Boonsboro fresh off winning back-to-back Jimmy Self Invitationals. Lenning also was the medalist at U.S. Junior Amateur Qualifying, finished tied for 20th at the Carolinas Junior Boys’, tied for ninth at the South Carolina Junior Match Play, tied for third at the Grant Bennett Florence Junior, tied for fourth at the South Carolina Junior and tied for third at the 5A SC State Championship. Lenning is currently ranked 12th in the Junior Rankings of the Carolinas.
 

 

Jackson Bode of Pinehurst, N.C. – Class of 2022

Jackson Bode captured his first Putter Boy and a ticket to Boonsboro after winning the 2021 North and South Junior Championship at Pinehurst Country Club in July. Bode also claimed the Inaugural Carolinas Collegiate Showcase title last fall. Recently he tied for 11th at the Jimmy Anderson Boys’ and 17th at the Carolinas Junior Boys’ Championship. Bode is now the No. 46 ranked player in the Junior Rankings of the Carolinas.
 

Andrew Gregory of Inman, S.C. – Class of 2023

Andrew Gregory is coming off a dream week, where the rising high school junior won his first CGA Championship title, the Hope Valley Junior Invitational. Gregory has been playing great golf this summer, also qualifying for the U.S. Junior Amateur at the Country Club of North Carolina. Gregory currently is the No. 17 ranked player in the Junior Rankings of the Carolinas. 

 

Will Conway of Weddington, N.C. – Class of 2021

Will Conway has had seven top-10 finishes in the last year with very impressive finishes in his last two events. Conway tied for eighth at the Carolinas PGA Junior and went into a playoff for the Carolinas Junior Boys’ Championship title last week. After a three hole playoff, Conway earned runner-up and a seat on the Carolinas roster for the team matches this week. Conway is the No. 71 ranked player in the Junior Rankings of the Carolinas.
 

Ethan Paschal of Fayetteville, N.C. – Class of 2024

Ethan Paschal has had a great summer in his own right, qualifying for the U.S. Junior Amateur at the Country Club of North Carolina. His 2021 campaign has also included a runner-up finish in the TYGA River Landing Junior, a top-5 finish in the Carolinas Junior Boys’ Championship at Treyburn Country Club, and a top-10 finish at both the North Carolina Junior Boys’ Championship and the TYGA Bojangles Junior. Paschal is ranked No. 23 in the Junior Rankings of the Carolinas. 

 

Braeden Barnett of Galivants Ferry, S.C. – Class of 2021

Braeden Barnett has had quite the summer for himself. Along with a deep run in match play at the South Carolina Junior Match Play in Lancaster, S.C. that saw him reach the semi-finals, Barnett also qualified for the U.S. Junior Amateur where he played in match play as the 56 seed at the Country Club of North Carolina. Barnett is ranked 25th in the Junior Rankings of the Carolinas. 

 



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