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Exciting Finishes Arise at 2019 MAPGA Junior Championship

Kelly Chinn Wins MAPGA Junior Championship in Epic Playoff Finish

Kelly Chinn fist pumps his way to victory after dropping a 10-foot putt to win a three-way playoff for Boys Overall Champion.

Congratulations to our 2019 MAPGA Junior Champion Kelly Chinn. Chinn was able to keep a calm and cool composure during the final round of the MAPGA Junior Championship at Mount Vernon Country Club.

Chinn opened his first round with a bogey-free 2-under-par and was three strokes off the lead at the start of his final round.

During his final round, he went on to card six birdies against three bogies to go into a three-way playoff for the championship title.

“Getting into the 2019 Junior PGA Championship is a big deal for me,” Chinn said. “I’m excited to move on and compete in the championship.”

He proceeded to drop a 10-foot birdie putt to win over fellow competitors Bryan Kim (2nd) and William Creery (3rd).

"I've been in this situation before[...] I saw the read and put a perfect stroke on the ball and it went into the hole."

alongside Kim earned a bid into the Junior PGA Championship at Keney Park Golf Course in Connecticut. Congratulation Kelly on a well-deserved victory!


Bryan Kim hitting his second shot of the three-way playoff.

Just a few days prior to Bryan Kim’s runner-up finish at the MAPGA Junior Championship, he won the overall division for the Maryland Junior Amateur Championship and he proceeded to carry the momentum at Mount Vernon Country Club.

As Kim teed-off the 18th at MVCC he was one-stroke away from playoff contention. His approach shot was just under 100 yards from the pin with everything on the line.

He proceeded to stick the ball within a foot of the pin for a tap in birdie, thus earning his spot in the three-way playoff.

"I have been thinking about the PGA Junior Championship all year [...] I am happy that I finally got in."

During the playoff Kim just missed the green and had to chip up-and-down for par. With Chinn already in the hole for birdie, Kim was able to keep calm and knock the ball in for par. Congratulation on your win Bryan!


Amanda Levy carded a 3-under-par during her final round of the championship to finish overall girls leader. Levy will be attending Brown University in the Fall.

In a storybook comeback performance Amanda Levy carded the MAPGA Junior Girls Championship lowest round, 3-under-par (67) to earn her bid into the 44th Junior PGA Championship.

After a tough opening round 4-over-par, Levy began her final round six strokes off of day one leader, Isabel Bae (2-under-par, 68). During the opening round Levy had a few unlucky breaks with two double-bogeys and a few bogies which placed her in the middle of the pack.

But, recovery seemed to be the word of the day for Levy during her final round. She followed up two separate bogies on Hole Nos. 3 and 7 with birdies, to kick-off her momentum on the back nine at 1-under and soon 2-under after another birdie on Hole No. 10.

But, she fell back to even par after back-to-back bogies on Holes 12 and 13. With this turn of events Levy rallied with another amazing recovery, with a string of three birdies from Holes 14-16.

"I tried to play my round like any other round, just taking it shot-by-shot."

Elizabeth Coffren played a consistent round carding back-to-back 1-over-par 71s.

Coffren attributed much of her success to safe play. “I wasn’t trying to push my shots and tried to avoid trouble,” Coffren said.

Coffren will also travel to Keney Park Golf Course in Connecticut for the 44th Junior PGA Championship.

Coffren finished with a consistent round to earn a spot in the 44th Girls PGA Junior Championship.

"I am really excited to go to the championship [...] I've never been to a tournament like it."

Placing third was Bailey Davis who converted 15 pars, but fell shy of a top finish carding one birdie against two bogies.

Written by JBeal30314

Juniors Fight for Position at MAPGA Junior Championship


You couldn’t ask for a more dynamic showing of skill than the opening round of the MAPGA Junior Championship as the Junior Boys Overall Division carded impressively low scores at Mount Vernon Country Club (MVCC).

Thirteen boys finished the first day under par, with three boys carding 5-under-par (65) on the Par 70 course – Carlo Pizzano, William Creery and Marshall Meisel.

To say the field was talented would be an understatement. The top two boys from this event will advance to the 44th Junior PGA Championship in Connecticut.

Pizzano carded a total of six birdies against one bogey.

"You just have to get around the greens and up and down[...]really just around the greens within 10-feet it was automatic."

It appeared the front nine of MVCC was just a warm up for Creery. He had a bogey free round and a hot back nine as he made four birdies through the last nine holes, thus earning a spot at the top of the leaderboard.

"I hit all fairways [...] I only went 1-under on the front and I really wanted to go lower so that is what I did."

If you look in the dictionary for the word birdie, you might find the name Meisel as he made eight birdies against three bogies during his opening round. Meisel made the most birdies on the day at MVCC.

"The fairways were a little tight for me, but when I found one I was able to hit it close and make a bunch of birdies."

Although, these three lead the field there is still a full field ready to chase the gentlemen on into the winners circle.


Mount Vernon proved to be a difficult track for the Girls Overall field as many struggled to find their footing. However, with a very full, very talented field it is anybodies game as they seek to qualify for the 44th PGA Junior Championship.

Isabel Bae was able to come out on top during the first day of competition carding a 2-under-par (68). Like many in her field she struggled to keep the bogies away, but ultimately was able to make enough birdies to go under. Bae made six birdies against four bogies – two bogies on each side of the course.

"I had a few bogies to start and that motivated me to slow down and calm down and that led to more birdies."

Bae was not the only junior girl to have to reevaluate their round after the front nine. Through nine holes Emma Chen was 3-over-par, with one birdie against four bogies.

However, during her back nine, Chen was able to turn her bogies into birdies, carding four birdies against one bogey.

"On Hole 10 I told myself it was a new nine so I can reset my entire mindset and slowly began making birdies."

While many of the girls made their fair share of bogies throughout the round many of the girls were able to convert birdies and pars.

The second round will surely be filled with excitement as these girls continue to fight for one of two spots to go to the Junior PGA Championship.

Written by JBeal30314

Welcome to our 2019 Interns

Each year the Middle Atlantic, PGA welcomes three interns to the Section to build experience in the golf industry. These talented individuals work hard throughout the summer helping our Professionals and Junior Golf Members with tournaments, events and office administration. It is our pleasure to introduce this year’s class. We expect great things.

Maddison Lewis

My name is Maddison Lewis and I am a recent graduate from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where I earned my Bachelor of Science in Recreation Sport and Tourism, with a concentration in Sports Management. Before college, I grew up in a small farm town in Southern Illinois with my parents and two younger siblings. While here, I plan to build long-lasting relationships and continue my vast network in the business. I am eager to grow my knowledge of the game of golf while learning from some of the top professionals in the industry. Through their guidance, they will help me better my skills so I can continue to follow my passion within the golf community.

Marcus Narcisse

My name is Marcus Narcisse and I am a senior at East Stroudsburg University majoring in Rehab services. I’m from a small town called Orange, NJ. I’m very proud of where I’m from. The city may not be glamorous but has definitely prepared me for the tough mental grind that I’ve had to face in my life. Being from such a small town I never thought I’d amount to much, but I have since proved that wrong. What I look to accomplish during this internship is to be able to connect with the junior golf community and be able to learn everything I can. My dream is to work with the PGA and Special Olympics to be able to continue to advocate for kids with disabilities. I have a passion for golf and working for the Middle Atlantic, PGA, can’t get any sweeter.

Bradley Harrison

My name is Bradley Harrison and I am a Senior at James Madison University studying Sports and Recreation Management. I have lived in Virginia for 12 years now, however, I still consider Northeast Ohio to be my home as its where I was raised and first introduced to golf. Through my junior golf internship with the Middle Atlantic PGA, I hope to gain practical hands-on experience with tournament operations in addition to valuable insights into my special interest of sports (particularly golf) media content creation and marketing. I have a passion for golf and I am excited to work hard this summer with the MAPGA to provide an enriching experience for our junior golfers.

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Swinging Back into the Season with Spring Fling

It is true what they say: “No winter lasts forever and no spring skips its turn!” The Middle Atlantic PGA kicked-off their first official junior golf tournament of the season in a grand-fashion, with the annual Spring Fling event at Bull Run Golf Club in Haymarket, Virginia.
As the juniors said hello to Spring; Spring welcomed them back with open arms. And the juniors expected nothing less from the season of sunshine, rainfall and flowers blooming. All the juniors ultimately pushed through all of what Spring had to throw at their way.


The first round for the Boy’s Championship Division proved to be filled with excitement as six golfers scored under par. This included 2019 Champion Ronnie Kim, who carded a 1-under-par (71) during the opening rounds. Kim played very conservative throughout the event, birdieing three holes against two bogies his first day and then four birdies against one bogey the second.
The 14-year-old from Olney, Md., finished the first day four strokes off day one leader and single round low scorer Josh Duangmanee (Fairfax, Va.) who carded a 5-under-par (67).
“I just tried to go as low as possible during the first round because I knew it was going to rain the next day,” Duangmanee said. “5-under is my lowest round ever and that is exciting coming into the season.


According to Kim he wasn’t thinking about winning, but about what he does best, “focus on his game” and Duangmanee was just trying to shoot as close to par as possible.
This was apparent as Kim and Duangmanee were both in the final grouping of the day. As Duangmanee slowly fell back from his day-one lead, carding a double-bogey on the first hole and another devastating double-bogey on the Ninth Hole, after receiving a penalty for playing a wrong ball, Kim remained focused.
Kim turned in his final round scorecard at 3-under-par, to finish the tournament at 4-under-par (71-69—140), while Duangmanee turned in his, finishing with a tournament total 1-under par (67-76—143).
1 Ronnie Kim -4 F * -3 71 69 140
2 Josh Duangmanee -1 F * +4 67 76 143
T3 Matthew Monastero +1 F * -2 75 70 145
T3 Connor McGarrity +1 F * +1 72 73 145
T3 Jonathan Zou +1 F * +3 70 75 145


There was no rest for, 14-year-old, Sydney Hackett (Ashburn, Va) during the off-season. She kept solo lead during this year’s Spring Fling carding back-to-back 1-under-par, 71’s, beating here opponents by more than seven strokes.
“I put in a lot of work during the off season,” Hackett said. “I practiced a lot of short game from 60 yards and also worked on my putting.”
Recovery, was certainly the word of the day for Hackett as she carded four birdies and three bogies her first day. Then her second day she made six birdies alongside three bogies and a double-bogey.
When asked about the focus she displayed on the course, Hackett said, “I took each day hole-by-hole and shot-by-shot.” She was the only girl golfer to break par during the event.


While this win gave her a lot of confidence, she said she is just happy to be back on the course playing the game with all of her friends.
There was a three-way tie for second place.
However MAPGA rules stipulate, tie by runner-ups will be settled by first round lowest scores.
1 Sydney Hackett -2 F -1 71 71 142
T2 Elizabeth Tucci +7 F +6 73 78 151
T2 Julie Shin +7 F +5 74 77 151
T2 Sue Lee +7 F +4 75 76 151


Another golfer who made a huge splash during the MAPGA Junior Tour season opener was 14-year-old, Preston Worch of Gaithersburg, Maryland. Worch led the field the entire event and opened the first day with a 4-under-par (68).
He grinned through the first day after a double-bogey start on the first two holes, making five birdies and two eagles against one bogey on his back nine.
During his first day he holed out from 101 yards to make an eagle. This was his first. He led the field by more than seven strokes coming into the second day of competition.


“It was awesome to have a seven stroke lead, it was an incredible experience,” Worch said. “All I could think of was score low and keep making birdies.”
During the second day Worch struggled a little bit to maintain the momentum he set forth the first day.
Grinding once again the second day he was able to hold onto his lead after nine holes with 2-over-par finish to complete the tournament with a two-day total 2-under-par (68-38—106).
He thanked his parents for taking him an hour away to play one of the best rounds of his young career.
1 Preston Worch -2 9 +2 68 38 106
2 Cameron Reed +4 9 +1 75 37 112
3 Minh Le +6 9 E 78 36 114


Kanchana Duangsam may be small, but she surely packs a punch on the golf course. With a lot of spirit Duangsam took the course the first carding a 2-over-par, 74. She made four birdies against six bogies.
Learning from her past shot she turned it around and made three bogies and made even par the rest (74-39–113).


“My thoughts were to keep calm, forget about the bad shots and focus on the next one,” she said. “But, most importantly have fun.”
She thanked her coach for teaching her to swing, her parents for supporting her and her fellow golfers for a fun tournament.
1 Kanchana Duangsam +5 9 +3 74 39 113
2 Katie Vu +16 9 +5 83 41 124
3 Hailey Feaunati +23 9 +5 90 41 131


It was a small field, but tight competition for the Boys 15-18 Patriot Division. The foursome had some close competition between Joe Stover (Cockeysville, Md.) and Benjamin Siriboury (Clarksville, Md.). Siriboury held the lead coming into the second day after carding a 3-over-par (75) his first day.
Stover came back the second day with a reckoning after he struggled hitting greens and putting during the first round. Coming into the second day he was three strokes off the lead.
“I learned from the first day and pushed myself to recover,” Stover said. “As result I started to hit greens and save par.”
Stover was able to finish the final day at even par for a tournament total, 6-over-par (78-72—150). The second day he made four birdies against, four bogies.


This was his first tournament with the Junior Tour and he says he is looking forward to many more.
“This win is the beginning to a great season,” Stover said. “And I’m looking forward to warmer weather and low scores.”
1 Joe Stover +6 F E 78 72 150
2 Benjamin Siriboury +9 F +6 75 78 153
3 Nicholas Grzejka +32 F +18 86 90 176
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Danielle Suh Comes Out On Top at Denny McCarthy Invitational

SILVER SPRING, MD — It was a game of consistency during the final day of the 2nd Annual Denny McCarthy Junior Invitational at Argyle Country Club in the Girls’ Overall Division and at the end of the day 16-year-old Danielle Suh (Herndon, Va.) posed next to Denny McCarthy with the invitational trophy.

Suh carded 3-over-par (75), making two birdies against five bogies the first day and finished the final day in a similar fashion, 4-over-par (76) for a two-day total 144. During the final day, Suh made four birdies against eight bogies.

According to Suh she knew the tournament was close, but she focused on playing her game and let the rest of field play theirs.

She attributed a great short game to her success during the tournament and the loving support of her family keeping her motivated throughout the day.

Trailing Suh in second place was 15-year-old, Hannah Hankim from Potomac, Maryland who stayed fairly consistent with a first and second round 5-over-par, 77 to finish with a two-day total of 154.

Pos Player Today Thru Total R1 R2 Total
1 Danielle Suh +4 F +7 75 76 151
2 Hannah Hankim +5 F +10 77 77 154
3 Jessica Rathbone +4 F +11 79 76 155
4 Tatum Walsh +6 F +12 78 78 156
5 Faith McIlvain +7 F +13 78 79 157

Full Results: https://mapgajr.bluegolf.com/bluegolf/mapgajr18/event/mapgajr1827/contest/1/leaderboard.htm

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Lou Baker Goes Back-to-Back at Denny McCarthy Invitational

SILVER SPRING, MD — The final day of the 2nd Annual Denny McCarthy Junior Invitational, proved to be an exciting event at Argyle Country Club—all the way down to Boys Overall Defending Champion  17-year-old, Lou Baker’s (Timonium, Md.) last putt—dropping a four-foot birdie to solidify his back-to-back win. Baker finished 1-over-par (71-72-143) to win the tournament.

Baker was in the last group of the day and knew he had to make the putt to prevent a playoff against runner-up, 14-year-old, Matthew Monastero (Leesburg, Va.) who was tied for fourth (3-over-par) coming into the final day. Monastero carded a final round 1-under-par (74-70-144).

“Standing over the ball with the gallery at my back—I was nervous and my hands were shaking—but I knew I had to make the putt,” Baker said. “I had a similar putt on Hole. No 17 where I ran my birdie putt by the hole and had to putt for par—I wasn’t going to miss it again.”

He said that was the first time he had to make a putt to solidify a win, let alone a back-to-back win. But, where Baker said he made the putt to win the tournament, he didn’t play like that all day. Similar to the day prior he made five bogies against four birdies.

During the first day, Baker was the only competitor to card even-par (71), making four birdies against four bogies. But his lead was still marginal coming into the last day as he led the majority of the field by no more than three strokes.

According to Baker, he had gotten behind early the final day as he made three bogies against two birdies on the Front Nine. The streak continued throughout the Back Nine with a bogey as a result of a lost ball on Hole No. 10 and bogey on Par 5, Hole No. 12.

Baker said he came into the day playing aggressive, trying to go for all of the Par 5s.

This was indicative of his final round match-up against17-year-old, Austin Barbin from Elkton, Md., and 13-year-old, Bryan Kim from Brookeville, Md., who trailed Baker by two strokes coming into the final day.

Baker said, he grew up playing with Barbin, who was a childhood friend and he knew Barbin wasn’t going to make it easy on him. On top of that Kim proved to be unrelenting with his short-game. Barbin placed third carding 3-over-par (73-72-145) and Kim tied for fourth (73-74-147).

At the end of the day as the light began to fade from the sky and the air grew chilly, it was Baker who posed next to 2018 Web.com Tour Champion Denny McCarthy with the invitational trophy.

Baker showed gratitude towards the McCarthy family saying what outstanding work they do helping to grow junior golf.

The invitational is the namesake tournament of 2018 Web.com Tour Champion and MAPGA Junior Tour Alumnus, Denny McCarthy (Takoma Park, Maryland).

The field consists of the Top 60 Boys and Girls from Maryland and Virginia:

Top 10 Boys Class of 2019 — Top 5 Girls Class of 2019

Top 10 Boys Class of 2020 — Top 5 Girls Class of 2020

Top 10 Boys Class of 2021 — Top 5 Girls Class of 2021

Results: https://mapgajr.bluegolf.com/bluegolf/mapgajr18/event/mapgajr1827/contest/5/leaderboard.htm

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Day 1-Middle Atlantic Junior PGA Gets Off to Blazing Start

Round One of the Middle Atlantic Junior PGA Championship has concluded from Piedmont Club in Haymarket, Virginia. The competition is fierce, as the region’s top players compete for the chance win the Nordlinger Cup. They are also fighting to advance to the National Junior PGA Championship, and the right to represent their state in the Capital Cup.

The Boys Overall Division is being headed by a trio of 69’s (-3) from Zachary Maloy, Carlo Pizzano, and Brad Riley. Defending champion Marshall Meisel is currently in fourth place after shooting a 70. The Boys 12 & Under Division also has a tie at the top. Matt Moloney and Ryan Slonaker both shot a one over par 73.

Faith Choi is leading the Girls Overall Division at two under par, shooting a 70. Skylar Sload sits in second with a 71. Leading the Girls 12 & Under Division are Irene Kim and Catherine Qiu who finished the round shooting 76.

Zachary Maloy, a resident of Potomac, MD, is coming off of a top five overall finish at the Cherry Blossom. He is leading the Boys 13-15 division with Marshall Meisel right on his tail. Carlo Pizzano, the 2018 Boys Cherry Blossom Classic Champion, shot the only bogey-free round of the day and is currently leading the Boys 16-18 division alongside Brad Riley. Brad came out of the turn on fire, with birdies on holes ten, eleven, and twelve. His key to winning the event is pretty straightforward, “just trying to play like I did today. Keep hitting fairways, keeping [the ball] on good spots on the green below the hole, and just give myself the best chance.” He mentioned grinding out some par saves on the front nine, but the three straight birdies to open up the back turned the round in the direction he wanted it. There are nine players within three strokes of Brad, Carlo, and Zachary.

Faith Choi of Frederick, MD is not only leading the Girls 13-15 Division but also the Overall Girls Division. She finished the round strong with two birdies in her last six holes. She qualified for the Championship by winning her qualifier on May 6th at Cattail Creek Country Club and she looks to add another win to her resume. Right behind her in the Overall Division and leading the Girls 16-18 Division is Skylar Sload, who finished her round with birdies on two of her final three holes. Skylar says her goal for tomorrow is to “keep moving forward one hole at a time.” She wants to focus on hitting the fairways and greens and to stay calm during the round. Skylar said that making it to the Junior PGA Championship would be a huge accomplishment for her, as since she only started playing four years ago. Both Skylar and Faith will be up against Bailey Davis and 2018 Girls Cherry Blossom Classic Champion Faith McIlvain, who both sit at even par.

Tomorrow’s final round kicks off at 7:30 AM at Piedmont Club. Full results of today’s round can be found at: https://bit.ly/2lRCAhQ.

Below are the results from round one.

Middle Atlantic Junior PGA Championship

Jul 2 , 2018
Overall Girls Division Media Results

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 1   Faith Choi        Frederick, MD       2021  36-34--70 -2  
 2   Skylar Sload      Ashburn, VA         2018  36-35--71 -1  
 T3  Faith McIlvain    Ellicott City, Md   2020  36-36--72 E   
 T3  Bailey Davis      White Plains, MD    2021  34-38--72 E   
 T5  Emma Chen         Rockville, MD       2022  37-36--73 +1  
 T5  Julie Shin        Brambleton, VA      2022  35-38--73 +1  
 T7  Elizabeth Coffren Owings, MD          2020  37-37--74 +2  
 T7  Sophie Simon      Potomac, MD         2021  38-36--74 +2  
 T9  Rebecca DiNunzio  Norfolk, VA         2019  35-40--75 +3  
 T9  Danielle Suh      Herndon, Virginia   2020  39-36--75 +3  
 T11 Sue Lee           Lorton, VA          2022  37-39--76 +4  
 T11 Kaylin Yeoh       Potomac, MD         2021  40-36--76 +4  
 T13 Paris Fieldings   Suffolk, VA         2023  39-38--77 +5  
 T13 Hannah Hankim     Potomac, MD         2021  41-36--77 +5  
 T15 Jinny Park        Fairfax, VA         2019  40-38--78 +6  
 T15 Amanda Levy       Bethesda, MD        2019  40-38--78 +6  
 T15 Alyssa Wang       Rockville, MD       2021  42-36--78 +6  
 T15 Sydney Hackett    Ashburn, VA         2022  40-38--78 +6  
 19  Lauren Artis      Upper Marlboro, MD  2019  42-37--79 +7  
 T20 Vynie Chen        Centreville, VA     2020  39-41--80 +8  
 T20 Alice Zou         Potomac, MD         2022  43-37--80 +8  
 T22 Paula Moon        Bel Air, MD         2020  40-42--82 +10 
 T22 Katie Park        Fairfax, VA         2022  40-42--82 +10 
 T24 Savannah Scott    Quantico, MD        2019  40-43--83 +11 
 T24 Allie LeeHoffman  McLean, VA          2019  41-42--83 +11 
 26  Ester Choi        Midlothian, VA      2021  47-37--84 +12 
 27  Andrea Chen       Rockville, MD       2019  42-44--86 +14 
 28  Niva Sainju       Burke, Virginia     2019  42-45--87 +15 
 29  Vivian Hui        Charlottesville, VA 2023  44-44--88 +16 
 30  Megan Miguel      Towson, MD          2021  49-43--92 +20 


 WD  Heather Donnelly  Chantilly, VA       2018  +7            
 WD  Rayab Lee         Springfield, VA     2021  +8            
 WD  Mia Diamond       Chevy Chase, MD     2021                

Boys 12 & Under Media Results

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 T1  Matt Moloney       Vienna, VA       2024  37-36--73 +1 
 T1  Ryan Slonaker      Penn Laird, VA   2024  39-34--73 +1 
 3   Argyle Downes      Charles Town, WV 2023  38-40--78 +6 
 4   Benjamin Siriboury Clarksville, MD  2024  39-40--79 +7 


 JWD Will Butkiewicz    Chevy Chase, MD                     

Girls 12 & Under Media Results

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 T1  Catherine Qiu            Great Falls, VA 2024  36-40--76 +4  
 T1  Irene Kim                Fort meade, MD  2026  37-39--76 +4  
 T3  Josephine Nguyen         Springfield, VA 2024  37-43--80 +8  
 T3  Helen Yeung              Clarksville, MD 2024  38-42--80 +8  
 5   Kaitlyn Robles-Patterson Potomac, MD     2023  50-45--95 +23 

Overall Boys Division Media Results

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 T1  Brad Riley          Olney, MD          2018  36-33--69 -3  
 T1  Carlo Pizzano       College Park, MD   2019  35-34--69 -3  
 T1  Zachary Maloy       Potomac, MD        2021  35-34--69 -3  
 4   Marshall Meisel     Chevy Chase, MD    2021  35-35--70 -2  
 T5  Pieter DeGroot      Potomac, MD        2019  34-37--71 -1  
 T5  Reeve Felner        Vienna, VA         2020  35-36--71 -1  
 T5  David Luo           Centreville, VA    2020  38-33--71 -1  
 T8  Hunter Jewett       McLean, VA         2018  37-35--72 E   
 T8  Josh Brown          Poquoson, VA       2019  34-38--72 E   
 T8  Kyle Nordheimer     Bethesda, MD       2020  34-38--72 E   
 T8  Mehrbaan Singh      Ashburn, VA        2022  37-35--72 E   
 T8  Tommy Morrison      Pinehurst, NC      2023  36-36--72 E   
 T13 Patrick McCarthy    Bethesda, MD       2019  36-37--73 +1  
 T13 Leonard Park        Virginia beach, VA 2019  36-37--73 +1  
 T15 George Clark        South Riding, VA   2020  37-37--74 +2  
 T15 Austin Barbin       Elkton, MD         2019  39-35--74 +2  
 T15 Caleb Choe          Virginia Beach     2019  36-38--74 +2  
 T15 Sam Jung            Centreville, VA    2018  40-34--74 +2  
 T15 Elliot Haas         Dickerson, MD      2019  39-35--74 +2  
 T15 Griffin Winn        Chesterfield, VA   2022  35-39--74 +2  
 T21 Chase Goff          Annapolis, MD      2018  40-35--75 +3  
 T21 Jaron Leasure       Virginia Beach, VA 2020  37-38--75 +3  
 T21 Coley Hunter        Rockville, MD      2019  38-37--75 +3  
 T21 Quint Dingledine    Richmond, VA       2021  39-36--75 +3  
 T21 Joseph Hemsley      Bethesda, MD       2021  39-36--75 +3  
 T21 Edward Coffren V    Owings, MD         2021  38-37--75 +3  
 T21 Akash Marakath      Ellicott City, MD  2021  39-36--75 +3  
 T28 Max Edminster       Takoma Park, MD    2019  37-39--76 +4  
 T28 Mitchell Hummel     Haymarket, VA      2019  38-38--76 +4  
 T28 John Schindler      Vienna, VA         2018  37-39--76 +4  
 T28 Benjamin Kruper     Woodbridge, VA     2020  36-40--76 +4  
 T28 Jae Song            Arlington, VA      2019  39-37--76 +4  
 T28 Meade Slonaker      Penn Laird, VA     2020  36-40--76 +4  
 T28 Nicholas Barros     Bethesda, MD       2021  37-39--76 +4  
 T28 Trey Elder          Oakton, VA         2021  39-37--76 +4  
 T36 Nathan Kim          Potomac, MD        2019  40-37--77 +5  
 T36 Zachary Valdes      Chesterfield, VA   2020  42-35--77 +5  
 T36 Cameron DeIuliis    Highland, MD       2020  37-40--77 +5  
 T36 Joshua Reeder       Falling Waters, WV 2022  39-38--77 +5  
 T36 Esteban Knorr       Arlington, VA      2022  38-39--77 +5  
 T36 Garnet Manley III   Lynchburg, VA      2020  36-41--77 +5  
 T36 Ethan Chelf         North Potomac, MD  2021  38-39--77 +5  
 T36 Jack Pogorelc       Bethesda, MD       2022  37-40--77 +5  
 T44 Matthew Feinstein   McLean, VA         2018  40-38--78 +6  
 T44 Casey Lim           Vienna, VA         2022  42-36--78 +6  
 T44 Caleb Taylor        Woodbine, MD       2021  41-37--78 +6  
 T44 Suneil Peruvemba    McLean, VA         2022  39-39--78 +6  
 T44 Dustin Stocksdale   Ellicott city, MD  2023  38-40--78 +6  
 T49 Bryce Leazer        Warrenton, VA      2020  36-43--79 +7  
 T49 Luke McNabb         Ashburn, VA        2020  37-42--79 +7  
 T49 Tanner Koons        Centreville, VA    2019  40-39--79 +7  
 T49 Cole Pollard        Manakin-sabot, VA        40-39--79 +7  
 T49 Christopher Lee     Ijamsville, MD     2021  42-37--79 +7  
 T49 Bach Ngo            Frederick, MD      2022  39-40--79 +7  
 T55 Alex Pak            Ellicott City, MD  2018  39-41--80 +8  
 T55 Benjamin Newfield   Arlington, VA      2023  38-42--80 +8  
 T55 Garrett Kuhla       Richmond, VA       2022  40-40--80 +8  
 T55 Josh Duangmanee     Fairfax, VA        2023  39-41--80 +8  
 T59 Nikita Gubenko      Great Falls, VA    2020  42-39--81 +9  
 T59 Nicklaus Foster     Columbia, MD       2018  40-41--81 +9  
 T59 James Shin          Brambleton, VA     2019  40-41--81 +9  
 T59 Luis Park           Virginia beach, VA 2021  41-40--81 +9  
 T59 Alexander Maloy     Potomac, MD        2023  37-44--81 +9  
 T59 Reece Tydings       Catonsville, MD    2021  41-40--81 +9  
 T65 Brandon Wilson      Perry Hall, MD     2019  42-40--82 +10 
 T65 Jonathan Zou        Vienna, VA         2020  41-41--82 +10 
 T65 Noah Siman          Rockville, MD      2019  41-41--82 +10 
 T65 Rohan Saxena        Ashburn, VA        2021  35-47--82 +10 
 T65 Charlie Bundy       Bethesda, MD       2021  40-42--82 +10 
 T70 Addison Wells       Severna Park, MD   2019  43-40--83 +11 
 T70 Matthew Kinsey      Berlin, MD         2018  40-43--83 +11 
 T70 Rohan Bhansali      Ashburn, VA              44-39--83 +11 
 T73 Yuvraj (Yuvi) Singh Rockville, MD      2020  41-43--84 +12 
 T73 Terry Kim           Centreville, VA    2022  42-42--84 +12 
 T75 Branden Nguyen      Columbia, MD       2020  45-40--85 +13 
 T75 Peter Barros        Bethesda, MD       2023  43-42--85 +13 
 T77 Aryan Vuradi        Brambleton, VA     2022  44-42--86 +14 
 T77 Tristan Schommer    Leesburg, VA       2021  44-42--86 +14 
 T77 Brian Shen          Potomac Falls, VA  2021  45-41--86 +14 
 T77 T.J. Burkom         Pikesville, MD     2021  47-39--86 +14 
 81  Vijay Powell        Midlothian, VA     2022  44-43--87 +15 
 82  Andrew Wilkinson    Ashland, VA        2021  45-43--88 +16 
 83  Mason Jones         Burke, VA          2020  48-41--89 +17 


 JWD Corey Minkoff       Gathersburg, MD    2022  +5            
 JWD Ryan Feldman        Rockville, MD      2021  +11