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Sunday, June 4, 2017

Romanov, Pillar share top spot in Junior Tour stop at Pine Meadows



   Nikita Romanov of Wilmington, Del. and Alex Pillar of Hawley made birdies in bunches and ended up sharing first place in the 16-to-18-year-old division in a Philadelphia Section PGA Junior Tour stop Sunday at the Pine Meadows Golf Complex in Lebanon.
   Romanov, the 2016 Junior Tour 13-to-15 Player of the Year, and Pillar made nine birdies and an eagle between them as each carded a sparkling 2-under 70 over the 6,319-yard, par-72 Pine Meadows layout.
   I’m going to guess – for the second time and I haven’t been told otherwise yet – that Pillar is the son of John Pillar, the director of golf at The Country Club at Woodloch Springs in Hawley. John Pillar, by the way, will be trying to earn a trip to the U.S. Open at Erin Hills in a sectional qualifier Monday, “Golf’s Longest Day,” and one of my favorite days in golf each year.
   The Junior Tour did not break ties with scorecard playoffs, at least for this day. Bottom line: Romanov and Pillar both played winning golf Sunday.
   Michael Robinson of Gettysburg matched par with a 72 to finish alone in third place. Brock Fassnacht of Lititz was fourth with a 76 and Connor Boham, a member of Spring-Ford’s District One Class AAA championship team last fall, was fifth with a 79.
   Blaine Weaver of Myerstown, Corbin Babyak of Tafton and Thomas Butler of Telford shared sixth place, each carding an 80. Logan Hess of Willow Street finished ninth with an 81.
Rounding out the top 10 were three players tied for 10th at 82, including Shaun Fedor of Lancaster, Ryan Woefling of Myerstown and Simon Asadoorian of Richboro.
   Bobby Lugiano of Jackson Township claimed his first Junior Tour victory, topping the field in the 13-to-15 division with a 6-over 78 that included a biride on the par-3 17th. Dylan Gooneratne of Plymouth Meeting was the runnerup, a shot behind Lugiano with a 79.
   Four players – Graham Calhoun of Lititz, Evan Drummond of Exton, Darren Nolan of
Glenside and Jacob Sokalsky of Garnet Valley – finished in a tie for third at 81. Morgan Lofland of Paoli finished eighth with a 82 and John Peters of Carlisle was ninth with an 84.
   Four more players rounded out the top 10 in a tie for 10th at 85, including Clay Breidenstine of Hummelstown, Tyler Kipp of Reading, John Olsen of Boalsburg and Luke Watson of Royersford.
In the girls 16-to-18 division, Jessica McClellan of Freeland claimed her first Junior Tour victory with an 89. Olivia Wirsching of Blue Bell was the ruunerup with a 96. Anne Shand of Lancaster and Helen Shaw of Harleysville shared third place, each carding a 115, and Alexandra Schaffer was fifth with a 118.
   Elizabeth Beek, the 2016 Junior Tour 13-to-15 Player of the Year, was at her dominating best in winning her 10th straight Junior Tour start with a sizzling 1-over 73 that included four birdies.
It will be interesting to see where the Wissahickon Middle School sixth-grader takes her game this summer.
   Amanda Gerrish of Hummelstown was the runnerup with an 87. Ava O’Sullivan of Exton finished third with a 93, Peyton Kraras of Wyomissing was fourth with a 100 and Paige Richter of Camp Hill was fifth with a 103.
   Maybe there was no matching of cards Sunday because it was easier to just call four players who shared the top spot among the nine-holers the winners than it was to break the tie.
   Nicholas Ciocca of Devon, Angelina Tolentino of Mount Laurel, N.J., Matthew Norman of Lumberton, N.J. and Benjamin Saggers of West Chester each carded a 5-over 41 to share the title among the nine-holers.
   Henry Stone of Kennett Square and Tyler Fortney of Fayetteville finished tied for fifth at 47.
Julien de Brechard of Brooklyn, N.Y. finished alone in seventh with a 48. Lance Barbour of Etters and Hunter Probst of Bear Creek finished tied for eighth at 49 and Stefania Fedun of Glenmoore rounded out the top 10 with a 50.



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