Drew Lagan of Southwest Roanoke County has taken third place in the division for 12-13 year-old-boys in the Virginia State Golf Association tournament in Midlothian.
Here’s the full release from the Virginia State Golf Association:
3rd VSGA YOUTH CHAMPIONSHIP
AT INDEPENDENCE GOLF CLUB A SUCCESS
MIDLOTHIAN –– Forest’s Zachary Bauchou, 13, shot a final round 3-under-par 69 to win the 12-13 year-old boys division as the 3rd Virginia State Golf Association Youth Championship concluded today at Independence Golf Club. The event included boys and girls, ages 13-and-under.
After firing a first day score of 8-under 144, Bauchou completed play at 11-under 133 to win the 12-13 age division by six shots.
Bauchou was the only participant to shoot two rounds in the 60s. Twelve-year-old central Virginian Mark Lawrence Jr. of Richmond finished second at 5-under 139 following a final round score of even-par 72 in the rainy conditions. Roanoke’s Drew Lagan had a second day 2-under 70 and placed third (141, -3).
The scores shot by Bauchou and Lawrence were best-ever 36-hole scoring marks in the brief history of the event.
The 12-13 age division was also highlighted by 13-year-old Gunar Frazier (Pearisburg) scoring a hole-in-one at the par-3 147-yard seventh hole using a hybrid-4. Frazier, an eighth grader at Giles High, scored his first hole-in-one.
Eleven-year-old Charlie Musto (Sterling) shot a final round 74 and won the 10-11 age division with a 1-over 145 aggregate. Springfield’s Andrew Johnson, 10, finished second with a 9-over 153 total (78-75).
Among the 12-13 year-old girls, Elizabeth Bose, 12, of Norfolk had a final round 6-over 78 and the seventh-grader at Norfolk Christian finished first with a 9-over 153 aggregate. Thirteen-year-old Lila Taylor (Mount Holly) posted her second consecutive round of 82 to finish second (164). In the 10-11 girls’ division, who played nine holes each day, 11-year-olds Kristin Hearp of Salem (93) and Katrina Warren of Yorktown (100) posted the two low scores.
In the 9-and-under division, who played 18 holes on the club’s nine-hole Sawyer Short Course (1,129 yards, par 27-27—54) over the two days, 8-year-old Christian Dyer of Richmond had a closing 72 to win the age division with a 141 total. Fellow 8-year-old Christopher Zhang (Blacksburg) shot a final round age division-best 69 on the last day to finish second with a 143 aggregate.
MIDLOTHIAN –– Results from the final round of the 3rd VSGA Youth Championship (boys and girls ages 13-and-under) at Independence Golf Club on Thursday, Aug. 6.
BOYS AGES 12-13 (5,543 yards, par 36-36—72)
Zachary Bauchou (Forest), 64-69—133 (first in the boys 12-13 age division)
Mark Lawrence Jr. (Richmond), 67-72—139 (second in the boys 12-13 age division)
Drew Lagan (Roanoke), 71-70—141 (third in the boys 12-13 age division)
Edric Wung (McLean), 72-77—149
Addison Coll (Arlington), 73-70—143
Gunar Frazier (Pearisburg), 76-71—147
Buzz Ganow (Haymarket), 73-77—150
Alec Boerner (Midlothian), 78-75—153
Danny Pedrazzi (Glen Allen), 82-78—160
Wesley Smith (Martinsville), 82-79—161
Josiah Singleton (Brookneal), 79-83—162
Matthew Padgett (Chesterfield), 76-87—163
Grant Gonzalez (Midlothian), 79-85—164
Will Clifton (Henrico), 84-81—165
Thomas Fricke (Haymarket), 83-85—168
Luke Gregory (Midlothian), 81-88—169
Daniel Yoo (Glen Allen), 83-88—171
Kurt Funkhouser (Potomac Falls), 85-86—171
Drew Mueller (Spotsylvania), 86-90—176
Wilson Simmons (Lynchburg), 91-85—176
Hunter Weis (Charlottesville), 88-89—177
Jake Thompson (Charlottesville), 90-99—189
BOYS AGES 10-11 (4,761 yards, par 36-36—72)
Charlie Musto (Sterling), 71-74—145 (first in the boys 10-11 age division)
Andrew Johnson (Springfield), 78-75—153 (second in the boys 10-11 age division)
Basil Boyd (Martinsville), 85-82—167 (third in the boys 10-11 age division)
David Qin (Glen Allen), 80-87—167
Chris Angelelli (Suffolk), 85-84—169
Larkin Gross (Center Cross), 83-87—170
Matt Manos (Daleville), 86-84—170
Jake Miles (Spotsylvania), 86-84—170
Alston Newsom (Chesapeake), 90-81—171
Coleman Andrews (Richmond), 91-85—176
Alex Nelson (Weems), 91-91—182
Vince Wheeler (Roanoke), 94-91—185
Curtis Pattillo (Spotsylvania), 98-99—197
Alex Grzymko (Chesterfield), 95-106—201
York Robinson (Afton), 107-99—206
Brent Hornby (Williamsburg), 106-105—211
Elizabeth Bose (Norfolk), 75-78—153 (first in the girls 12-13 age division)
Lila Taylor (Mount Holly), 82-82—164 (second in the girls 12-13 age division)
Meghan Pattillo (Spotsylvania), 124-124—248 (third in the girls 12-13 age division)
Kristin Hearp (Salem), 45-48—93 (first in the girls 10-11 age division)
Katrina Warren (Yorktown), 51-49—100 (second in the girls 10-11 age division)
AGES 9-and-under (18 holes on the nine-hole Sawyer Short Course, 2,258 yards, par 27-27—54)
Christian Dyer (Richmond), 69-72—141
Christopher Zhang (Blacksburg), 74-69—143
Hunter Anderson (Sumerduck), 72-72—144
Odin Anderson (Midlothian), 81-70—151
Lisa Qin (Glen Allen), 78-75—153
Isaiah Boucher (Orange), 79- 79—158
Madalyn Hopkins (Toano), 84-88—172
Greyson Robinson (Afton), 93-88—181