The Philadelphia Section PGA Junior Tour had a little weekend series with a stop Saturday at The Links Golf Club in Marlton, N.J. followed by a trip to the shore at Mays Landing Golf and Country Club Sunday.
Agnes Irwin sophomore Kaitlyn Lees topped the 16-to-18 girls field at The Links with an 83. Radnor senior Caitlin Bullock finished third with a 101. Camille O’Halloran of Northfield, N.J. had the best round among the 16-to-18 girls at Mays Landing with an 81 and Casey Oppenheimer of Conshohocken, with rounds of 100 at The Links and 90 at Mays Landing, was the only 16-to-18 girl to tee it up both days.
Chichester junior Caprian Kan, coming off a solid scholastic season, was the only 13-to-15 division player to test both courses. She had an 84 with identical nines of 42 at The Links Saturday and came back with a 79 that featured a 1-over 37 on the back nine at Mays Landing Sunday.
David Robbins of Holland fired a 1-over 72 at The Links to take top honors in the 16-to-18 division. Runnerup Hayden Rousselle of New Hope had a 74 and came back Sunday with a 75 at Mays Landing for the best total for those who teed it up both days.
Episcopal High product Joe Chambers finished third at The Links with a 77 and Radnor sophomore Daniel Bullock finished 15th with a 98.
Gaven Giampalmi of Lansdale led the way for the 16-to-18 division at Mayls Landings with a 2-under 69.
In the 13-to-15 division, AJ Aivazoglou, a Haverford School freshman and a Glen Mills resident, lost in a scorecard playoff at The Links after his 84 was matched by Jaden Weisman of Malvern and Stephen Lorenzo of Lower Gwynedd. Weisman won the scorecard playoff.
Alec Stern of Bryn Mawr finished in a tie for seventh with a 90.
Corey Kan of Boothwyn, like his big sister, teed it up both days, coming back for more after struggling home with a 121 at The Links to shoot a 93 at Mays Landing. He finished fifth at Mays Landing behind 13-to-15 winner Akhil Giri of Moorestown, N.J. who had a 75. Giri led those in the 13-to-15 division who played both days with a 161 total. He had an 86 at The Links.
Among the nine-holers at The Links, Henry Fish of Malvern topped the field with a 41. Ryan Garvey of Media finished fifth with a 46 and Charlie Bastien of Media finished sixth with a 50.