JUNIOR GOLF: Lucy Newell, Hannah Ports & Hannah May score well at PING Arizona Junior Masters

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Hannah May (Courtesy Photo)

Hannah May (Courtesy Photo)

PING Arizona Junior Masters
July 19-20: ASU Karsten Golf Course

The Junior Golf Association of Arizona (JGAA) held the PING Arizona Junior Masters this week at the ASU Karsten Golf Course in Tempe. Oro Valley 9-year-old Lucy Newell won the Girl’s 10U division while Hannah Ports (11-12) and Canyon del Oro standout Hannah May (15-18) took third in their respective divisions.

BOYS CHAMPIONSHIP
1. x-Gavin Aurilia, Phoenix, AZ, 2020, *72-72-144 +2
2. Ali Hameed, Gilbert, AZ, *73-71-144 +2
2. Tony Hendricks, Phoenix, AZ, 2019, *72-72-144 +2
4. Joseph Kennedy, Tucson, AZ, 2019, *72-74-146 +4
5. Jacob Goode, Tucson, AZ, 2019, *76-71-147 +5
15. Diego Cueva, Tucson, AZ, 2017, *79-73-152 +10
22. Derek Lozier, Green Valley, AZ, 2016, *78-78-156 +14
24. Forrest Green, Tucson, AZ, 2017, *77-80-157 +15
25. Jack Call, Tucson, AZ, 2018, *81-79-160 +18
28. Charlie Leon, Tucson, AZ, 2019, *84-83-167 +25

GIRLS CHAMPIONSHIP
1. Lauren Metcalf, Yuma, AZ, 2019, *70-73-143 +1
2. Alyzzah Vakasiuola, San Tan Valley, AZ, 2020, *75-73-148 +6
2. Samantha Sandland, Phoenix, AZ, 2016, *74-74-148 +6
7. Alyza Flores, Sahuarita, AZ, 2019, *78-79-157 +15
13. Annabelle Huether, Tucson, AZ, 2018, *89-82-171 +29

BOYS 15-18
1. x-Andrew Ellingsen, Paradise Valley, AZ, 2017, *73-74-147 +5
2. Noah Nuez, Laveen, AZ, 2021, *76-71-147 +5
2. Mahanth Chirravuri, Chandler, AZ, 2022, *73-74-147 +5
10. Nate Benjamin, Tucson, AZ, 2017, *85-76-161 +19

GIRLS 15-18
1. Michelle Koo, Scottsdale, AZ, 2019, *78-77-155 +13
2. Isabella Larson, Scottsdale, AZ, 2016, *81-82-163 +21
3. Arianna Medina, Phoenix, AZ, 2017, *87-77-164 +22
3. Hannah May, Tucson, AZ, 2018, *82-82-164 +22
6. Maddison Davis, Tucson, AZ, 2016, *87-79-166 +24
9. Lily Nielsen, Oro Valley, AZ, 2016, *86-86-172 +30
13. Maya Benita, Tucson, AZ, 2020, *87-90-177 +35
16. Danielle Niichel, Oro Valley, AZ, 2017, *94-97-191 +49

BOYS 13-14
1. Ethan Adam, Chandler, AZ, 2020, *73-73-146 +4
2. Charlie Palmer, Phoenix, AZ, 2023, *80-70-150 +8
3. Jack Homer, Scottsdale, AZ, 2020, *77-74-151 +9
5. Colin Alexander, Tucson, AZ, 2021, *81-74-155 +13
13. Jackson Huether, Tucson, AZ, 2020, *91-79-170 +28

GIRLS 11-12
1. Ivy Song, Peoria, AZ, 2022, *39-35-74 +6
2. Gracie McGovern, Scottsdale, AZ, 2024, *38-37-75 +7
3. Hannah Ports, Oro Valley, AZ, 2022, *40-40-80 +12
5. Raina Ports, Oro Valley, AZ, 2022, *42-44-86 +18
7. Zoe Newell, Oro Valley, AZ, 2023, *46-41-87 +19

BOYS 10U
1. Brady McDonough, Scottsdale, AZ, 2024, *38-36-74 +6
2. Ryan Sefrioui, Scottsdale, AZ, 2024, *38-38-76 +8
3. Ethan Koo, Scottsdale, AZ, 2024, *39-41-80 +12
3. Riley Pierson, Tucson, AZ, 2024, *41-39-80 +12

GIRLS 10U
1. Lucy Newell, Oro Valley, AZ, 2025, *42-40-82 +14
2. Kalyn Doss, Litchfield Park, AZ, *50-43-93 +25

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