Sebastian Cimoch of Vasling capped his round with a chip-in for birdie on the 18th hole at Stone Hedge Country Club in Tunkhannock as he captured the 16-to-18 division in the second stop on the Philadelphia Section PGA Junior Tour’s Junior Golf Scoreboard SKIMP Pocono Series Tuesday.
Cimoch’s birdie at the last gave him a 1-over 72 over the 6,340-yard, par-71 Stone Hedge layout. Runnerup Ryan Keyes of Parsons was four shots back with a 5-over 76 that included a birdie at the eighth hole.
Mason Gattuso of Shaveretown took third with an 80, Adam Motovidlak of Harvey’s Lake was fourth with an 85 and Holdan Hitchcock of Laceyville was fifth with an 86.
Cimoch’s 72, combined with the 80 he shot Monday The Country Club of Scranton, gives him a 152 total and a five-shot edge on Keyes (81-76) heading into the final stop of the Pocono Series.
Logan Paczewski of Dallas claimed his second straight win in the 13-to-15 division with a 77 that included a birdie on the par-4 sixth hole. Martin Cryan of Forty Fort was the runnerup with an 80.
Benjamin Galko of Roaring Brook finished third with an 89, Roy Anderson of Chadds Ford took fourth with a 91, Stephen Cain of Yardley was fifth with a 92 and Michael Hall of Roaring Brook was sixth with a 104.
Paczewski’s 77, combined with his 78 at The Country Club of Scranton, gives him a 36-hole total of 155 and a commanding nine-shot lead over Cryan (84-80) heading into the final stop of the Pocono Series.
Sara Hall of Roaring Brook again was the only competitor teeing it up in the girls 16-to-18 division and gained her second straight win with a 104. She improved by eight shots from the 112 she carded at The Country Club of Scranton and takes a 216 total into the final stop of the Pocono Series.
Morgan Sohosky of Bloomsburg took top honors in the 13-to-15 division with an 88 that included a birdie on the par-3 14th hole. Audrey Schuebel of King of Prussia was the runnerup with a 120.
Sohosky’s 88, combined with the 93 she shot at The Country Club of Scranton, gives her a 181 total heading into the final stop of the Pocono Series.
William Pabst of Roaring Brook made it two straight wins among the nine-holers with a 3-over 39. Maxwell Wager of State College was the runnerup with a 44.
Michael Maslanka of Taylor finished third with a 45, Benjamin Sohosky of Bloomsburg took fourth with a 49, Lorenzo Domiano of Clarks Summit was fifth with a 58 and Anastasia Galko of Roaring Brook was sixth with a 73.
Pabst’s 39 matched the 39 he shot Monday at The Country Club of Scranton for a 78 total that gives him an eight-shot lead over Maslanka (41-45) heading into the final stop on the Pocono Series.