Kritsarin Oukosavanna of Boca Raton claimed his first Overall Title in the Boys 14-18 division after defeating Zachary Smith of Palm Beach Gardens on the third playoff hole. Both players had a two day score of 147. Smith took home first place in the Bys 16-18 division. Tying for second place with a 148 were: Tim Cahill of Royal Palm Beach and Ryan Lynch of Boynton Beach.
In the Boys 14-15 division, Harry Brenner of Boca Raton came in first with a 152. Finishing second with a 157 from Pembroke Pines, was Ryan Stenmark. Coming in third from Stuart with a 161, was Tim Graham.
Shyanne Lovan of Wellington claimed her first Overall Title in the Girls 14-18 division with a two-day score of 153. Finishing first in the Girls 16-18 division with a 159, was Radi Sauro of Lake Worth. Katelin Glass of Lake Worth finished second with a 163. Coming in third with a 165, was Janelle Johnson of Royal Palm Beach.
In the Girls 14-15 division, Mary Janiga of Wellington finished first with a 156. Kaely Krayeski of Wellington came in second with a 157. Finishing third with a 172 was Gabriela Ferre of Weston.
In the Boys 12-13 division, Alberto Martinez of Weston claimed his fifth title of the season with a 10 stroke victory. Martinez shot a 2-under, 142 total score for the two days. Anthony Muttillo of Boca Raton finished second with a 152. Tying for third place with a score of 158: Jonathon Cachon of Weston, Evan Hoppenstein of Boca Raton, and Reece Kornfeld of Jupiter.
In the Girls 12-13 division, Valeria Sophia of Hallendale Beach won her fifth event with a 12 shot lead. Sophia finished with a two-day total score of 157. Georgette Garcia of Davie finished second with a 166. Coming in third with a 167, was Paige Lee Garris of West Palm Beach.
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The next South Florida PGA Junior Tour event will be at Hobe Sound Golf Club in Hobe Sound, October 6-7.
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