Fairmont player has low round at Morgantown youth tour stop

MORGANTOWN — Fairmont’s Clark Craig shot a 4 over par 75 on the very wet course to claim the low round of the day June 13, in the Callaway Junior Tour stop at The Pines Country Club.

Olivia Hart, of Hurricane, won the girls’ low round trophy, with an 86.

In the other age groups, it was Christian McKisic, of Buckhannon, winning the 17-18 boys’ group in a playoff; Gareth Ryder, of Marlinton, winning the boys’ 13-14; Argyle Downs, of Charles Town, taking the boys’ 12 and under; and Molly McLean, of Vienna, capturing the girls’ 10-14.

The Junior Tour will resume today, at Bel Meadow, then move on to Bridgeport Country Club on Monday.

Tour info: Chris Slack at cslack@wvga.org or at cjrtour.com.

BOYS

12-UNDER

Argyle Downes, Charles Town, 38-41—79

Landon Spiker, Morgantown, 51-57—108

John Westfall, Reedsville, 52-57—109

Braxton Martucci, Morgantown, 59-54—113

13-14

Gareth Ryder, Marlinton, 42-43—85

David Gibb, Marlinton, 44-43—87

Marc Oates, Naples, Fla., 41-46—87

Chance Weihl, Little Hocking, Ohio, 46-44—90

Landon Roberts, Proctorville, Ohio, 44-48—92

Bryson Beaver, Elkview, 41-53—94

Colin Charles Walker, Ranson, 46-48—94

James Dailey, Martinsburg, 49-48—97

Alex Parker, New Martinsville, 47-51—98

Ryan Bowman, Martinsburg, 44-54—98

Matthew Douglas, Moundsville, 47-52—99

Alex Solomon, Morgantown, 51-63—114

Tristan Wayne Van Buren, Caldwell, 58-60—118

15-16

Clark Craig, Fairmont, 36-39—75

Matthew Aman, Bridgeport, 38-38—76

Camden Rebuck, Martinsburg, 43-38—81

Steven Ross, Uniontown, Pa., 41-40—81

Trey Blain, New Martinsville, 42-39—81

Michael Harris, Monongah, 43-40—83

Zac Pownell, Shepherdstown, 39-44—83

Thomas Hefner, Hurricane, 41-44—85

Zackery Morgan, Fairmont, 42-47—89

Jack Wiedebusch, Morgantown,- 47-43—90

Jacob Malcolm, Piedmont, 46-44—90

Kolbe Kimbrew, Grafton, 42-48—90

Mace Busch, Parkersburg, 43-48—91

Daniel Wharton, Parkersburg, 42-50—92

Gannon Satterfield, Fairmont, 41-52—93

Jack Giobbia, Morgantown, 49-44—93

Matthew Mazur, Triadelphia, 46-48—94

Samuel Phillip Zeni, Morgantown, 45-49—94

Christopher Ray Miller, Grafton, 45-50—95

Nathaniel Bailey, Princeton, 47-48—95

Zachary Mazur, Triadelphia, 49-49—98

Dakota McNemar, Clarksburg, 53-48—101

Spencer Hamilton, Bakerton, 49-55—104

Ethan Mehr, Buckhannon, 54-51—105

Anthony Rader, Pennsboro, 59-48—107

Hunter Friel, Bridgeport, 54-58—112

Rylan Gump, Fairview, 58-60—118

17-18

Christian McKisic, Buckhannon, 37-40—77

Matthew Barrish, Carmichaels, Pa., 36-41—77

Tyler Mehr, Buckhannon, 38-39—77

Carson Proffitt, Camp Creek, 38-40—78

Tanner Williams, Tallmansville, 40-38—78

Austin Barta, Vincent, Ohio, 38-43—81

Caleb Cook, Oceana, 42-39—81

Nicholas Ward, Vincent, Ohio, 40-41—81

Aaron Yorio, Mount Morris, Pa., 41-42—83

Ayden Wyckoff, Weston, 42-41—83

John Logan Taylor, Charleston, 39-44—83

Frank McConnell, Morgantown, 42-42—84

Alex Francis, Hurricane, 43-43—86

Colt Gillispie, Saint Albans, 42-44—86

Mark Spruill, Morgantown, 41-46—87

Gavin Ray, Asbury, 45-43—88

Andy Seman, Morgantown, 43-49—92

Carter Kline, Morgantown, 46-48—94

Ryan Campbell, Moundsville, 48-49—97

Drew Yanok, Washington, 50-48—98

GIRLS

10-14

Molly McLean, Vienna, 44-43—87

Kerri-Anne Cook, Oceana, 47-48—95

Autumn Gillispie, Saint Albans, 49-52—101

Ella Keffer, Marietta, Ohio, 56-66—122

McKayla Friel, Bridgeport, 66-61—127

Natalie Voithofer, Morgantown, 71-68—139

15-18

Olivia Hart, Hurricane, 43-43—86

Carleigh Bolyard, Parsons, 41-46—87

Dorothy Romanek, Wheeling, 46-44—90

Mary Denny, Mount Hope, 47-46—93

Lydia Simon, Wheeling, 44-55—99

Nicole Lincicome, Vienna, 55-47—102

Krista A Davis, Pennsboro, 51-57—108

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