Tim Cahill of Royal Palm Beach claimed his 1st Overall Championship in the Boys 14-18 division by shooting 71-74 for a 145. In the Boys 16-18 age division, finishing first with a 2 under 69 on Wednesday, was Derron Peyton of Boynton Beach with a 147 two-day total. Brandon Meyers of Lehigh Acres finished second with a 149. Coming in tied for third with a 151 was Robert Roxas of Palm Beach Gardens and Sean Mazzola of Bonita Springs.
In the Boys 14-15 division, Charlie Kennerly of Jupiter claimed his first title of the season with a 149. Finishing tied for second with scores of 151 were: Francisco de La Torre of Miami, Ryan Lynch of Boynton Beach, and Zachary Bariso of Boca Raton.
Claudia De Antonio of Weston won her second Overall Title of the year, by shooting an impressive 6-under 65 in round 2. De Antonio finished with a two-day score of 140. In the Girls 16-18 division, Morgan Gardner of Parkland finished first with a 151. Coming in second place was Anaztasia Talalenko of Naples with a 159. Shooting a 163 for third place was Grace Rokela of Naples.
In the Girls 14-15 division, Andreina Merchan of Weston finished first with a 146. Coming in second with a 152 was Alejandra Merchan of Weston. Tying for third with a 159 was Gabriela Ferre of Weston and Zora Gittens of Parkland.
Alberto Martinez of Weston, led the Boys 12-13 division with a two-day score of 137, 5-under par. Coming in second place with a 141, 1-under, was Michael Checo of Boca Raton. Finishing third with a 144, was David Giandomenico of Boynton Beach.
Paige Lee Garris of West Palm Beach won her first event of the season in the Girls 12-13 division with a second round par 71. Garris had a 2 day score of 151. Valeria Sophia of Hallandale Beach came in second place with a two day score of 153. Finishing third with a 157 was Sabrina Fonda of Wellington.
Notable mentions for under par (71) rounds go to: Spencer Alexander (70 – Wednesday), Michael Checo (70 – Tuesday), Claudia De Antonio (65 – Wednesday), Alberto Martinez (69-68), Derron Peyton (69 – Wednesday).
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The next South Florida PGA Junior Tour event will be our first Boys 14-18 only event of the season held at Mayacoo Lakes, June 27-28.
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