Nicholas Covey of Easton, Md. broke par with a 1-under 70 to win the 16-to-18 division Tuesday, Day 2 of the Philadelphia Section PGA Junior Tour Junior Golf Scoreboard Mizuno Rehoboth Beach Series at Kings Creek Country Club in Rehoboth Beach, Del.
Covey had four birdies over the 6,298-yard, par-71 Kings Creek layout to take daily honors in the series. It also enabled him to take the lead in the series by a shot over Frankie Markiewicz of Middletown, Del. Covey had an 83 Monday at Rehoboth Beach Country Club and is at 153 through two days of the series. Markiewicz was the runnerup to Covey Tuesday with a 5-over 76, which, combined with the 78 he shot at Rehoboth Beach, leaves him at 154.
The JGS Mizuno Rehoboth Beach Series concludes Wednesday at Bear Trap Dunes Golf Club in Ocean View, Del.
Dylan Sterlacci of Downingtown finished third with a 78 at Kings Creek, Michael Festa of Ambler was fourth with a 79, Radnor High junior Blake Stephano was fifth with an 82 and Brady St. Pierre of York was sixth with an 83.
Strath Haven senior Ben Newlon finished seventh with an 88, Akira Pavey of Dover, Del. was eighth with an 89, Vincent Alois of Wyoming, Del. was ninth with a 90, Timothy Chaykosky Jr. of Ambler was 10th with a 92 and Nathan Pierce of Limerick was 11th with a 93.
Roy Anderson topped the field in the 13-to-15 division with a 7-over 78 that was highlighted by a birdie at the par-3 13th hole. That also gave him the lead after two days of the series. Combined with the 77 he shot Monday at Rehoboth Beach, Anderson’s 78 left him with a 155 total, 12 shots clear of Tyler Kipp of Reading, who was one of four players tied for third Tuesday with an 81. Combined with his 86 at Rehoboth Beach, Kipp stands at 167 after two rounds.
Chase Cohen of Villanova was the runnerup Tuesday at Kings Creek, a shot behind Anderson with a 79. Joining Kipp in the group tied for third at 81 were James Ulsh of Carlisle, Chase Stephano of Radnor and John Peters of Carlisle.
Nathan Lutz of Middletown, Del. finished seventh with an 85, Christopher Vanhof of Georgetown, Del. was eighth with an 88, Dimitri Collins of King of Prussia was ninth with a 91, Colby Hook of Selbyville, Del. was 10th with a 92 and Stephen Cain of Yardley was 11th with a 93.
Savanna Haas of Pottstown won the girls 16-to-18 division with an 87 that featured seven pars and took a commanding 10-shot lead in the series. Combined with the 89 Haas shot Monday at Rehoboth Beach, her 87 gave her a 176 total. Lily Byrne of Downingtown, the runnerup to Haas at Kings Creek with an 89, is second in the series at 186.
Olivia Perry of Millsboro, Del. finished third Tuesday with a 97, Briana Hocker of Warminster was fourth with a 105, and Lauren Borda of Yardley was fifth with a 139.
The Lydics of Ocean View – I’m guessing sisters – continued to dominate the 13-to-15 division. Hannah Lydic carded an 83 to take division honors Tuesday by five shots over Sarah Lydic, who had an 88. Hannah Lydic’s steady round included seven pars. Combined with her 78 at Rehoboth Beach, Hannah Lydic’s 83 gave her a 161 total and a 17-shot lead over Sarah Lydic, who opened with a 90 at Rehoboth Beach and stands at 178 for the series.
Amanda Schuebel of the Schuebels of King of Prussia was third Tuesday with a 110.
Sawyer Brockstedt of Rehoboth Beach bested the field of nine-holers with her 6-over 42, a shot better than Benjamin Saggers of West Chester, who had a 43. Saggers holds the lead over Brockstedt in the series by four shots. He had a 40 at Rehoboth Beach Monday for a total of 83 while Brockstedt, who opened with a 45 at Rehoboth Beach, is at 87 after her 42 Tuesday.
Nicholas Joyce of Quakertown finished third with a 46, which, combined with his 42 at Rehoboth Beach, has him in third place in the series at 88.
Audrey Schuebel of King of Prussia is one of three players who finished tied for fourth at Kings Creek at 51. The third Schuebel in the field Tuesday, Alyssa, finished eighth among the nine-holers with a 78.
Sharing fourth with Audrey Schuebel at 51 were Katelyn Baik of Yardley and Griffin Gaughan of Avondale. Rachel Joyce of the Quakertown Joyces finished alone in seventh with a 65.