Radnor junior All-Delco Brynn Walker made it a clean sweep of the Philadelphia area American Junior Golf Association events this summer as she finished off a five-shot victory in the CorseMax/Philadelphia Runner Junior Tuesday at Cripple Creek Golf & Country Club in Dagsboro, Del.
Walker, who has committed to North Carolina, had a final-round 74 over the 5,940-yard, par-72 Cripple Creek layout in Tuesday’s wrapup to go with her rounds of 71 and 70 in Monday’s 36-hole marathon for a 1-under 215 total.
That was five shots clear of runnerup Jackie Rogowicz, the two-time PIAA Class AAA Tournament silver medalist from Pennsbury. Rogowicz had rounds of 72, 73 and 75 for a 4-over 220 total.
Another District One rival of Walker’s, Council Rock North junior Madelein Herr, finished seventh at 232.
“I had a really good front nine and then stayed steady on the back,” Walker told the AJGA website concerning her final round. “My game is finally coming together, so I’m going to go back to school, keep practicing and come back next year ready to win some more.”
Earlier this summer, Walker captured her first AJGA event when she won the Philadelphia Junior at Huntingdon Valley Country Club.
John Lazor of Westwood, Mass. topped the boys field with rounds of 70, 71 and 74 for a 1-under 215 total. Fellow Massachusetts player Paul Lei (74-69-75) of Middleton finished three shots back in second at 218.
Max Siegfried, tuning up for his junior season at The Haverford School, had rounds of 75, 85 and 79 to finish in a tie for 43rd at 239.