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THE OFFICIAL NEWSLETTER OF THE UNITED STATES JUNIOR GOLF TOUR • SPRING 2013

ANOTHER ROUND

WHAT’S INSIDE: Get ready for the USJGT’s 2013 spring season with all the information you need inside the tour’s inaugural newsletter, Another Round.

Photo

courtesy of

Elma Greenwood


Photo

courtesy of

Russell Williamson


LEADING THE PACK Luke Smith (middle) posted a 36-hole total of 173 at Germantown Country Club to secure a win over secondplace finisher Ethan Ray (left). Russell Williamson finished third.


LEADING LADY

Photo

courtesy of

Elma Greenwood

Viola Greenwood (Cookeville, Tenn.) accepts her first-place trophy in the Girls Middle School Division at the Harpeth Hills tournament.


Table of Contents

5

10

Meet USJGT stars Summar Roachell and Ben Wolcott

Announcing a new partnership with Ohio University

7

11

See the full list of 2013 USJGT college signees

USJGT by the Numbers

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Another Round • February 2013


Player Spotlight Q: WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE MEMORY ON THE USJGT? A: One of my favorite memories on the USJGT is shooting 66-65 at quail ridge to break my own scoring record. One of my other favorite moments was winning player of the year. That award gave me confidence for many summers after that. Q: HOW WAS THE USJGT HELPED YOU IMPROVE YOUR GOLF GAME? A: The USJGT has really helped me with confidence and knowing that I can play with anyone out there. There is always quality competition at each tournament which makes me play my best. Q: HOW HAS THE USJGT PREPARED YOU FOR COLLEGE GOLF? A: The scheduling has really helped me prepare for the schedule I will face in college. The tournaments are always played on quality courses that will greatly benefit me when I go to college. I have met so many people on this tour that I have stayed in contact with that play college golf now and who will play in the future.

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Q: PICK A FOURSOME TO PLAY ONE ROUND OF GOLF WITH - WHO WOULD BE IN IT?

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A: Stacy Lewis, Meg Mallon, and Beth Daniel

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Q: FAVORITE MOMENT IN GOLF HISTORY?

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A: One of my biggest was representing the USA in the Junior Solheim Cup in Ireland. It was one of the best golf experiences I have ever had in my life.

A: Bubba Watson Q: FAVORITE COURSE YOU’VE PLAYED? A: Olympia Fields Country Club

United States Junior Golf Tour

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Q: FAVORITE PGA TOUR PLAYER?

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A: To qualify for the Women’s Am and also for the US Women’s Open.

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Q: GOALS THIS YEAR?


Player Spotlight Q: WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE MEMORY ON THE USJGT? A: My favorite memory is my first tournament at Two Rivers. Dad was watching me and I was about 80 yards from the green and hit a 120 yard club 40 yards over the green. Q: HOW WAS THE USJGT HELPED YOU IMPROVE YOUR GOLF GAME? A: The USJGT has helped me, personally, learn to compete and most of all learn what it feels like to be in contention. Q: HOW HAS THE USJGT PREPARED YOU FOR COLLEGE GOLF? A: It has prepared me entirely. Most of my junior golf schedule has been based around USJGT and USJGT-sponsored events. So to say the USJGT has taught me to compete, play, and win would be an understatement. Q: PICK A FOURSOME TO PLAY ONE ROUND OF GOLF WITH - WHO WOULD BE IN IT?

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A: Bubba Watson, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, and my dad.

A: Win as much as possible and play to the best of my ability. Q: FAVORITE PGA TOUR PLAYER? A: Bubba Watson or Jason Dufner

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Q: GOALS THIS YEAR?

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A: When Bubba hit that slinging hook from the trees on #10 at Augusta to win the playoff and win The Masters.

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Q: FAVORITE MOMENT IN GOLF HISTORY?

Q: FAVORITE COURSE YOU’VE PLAYED? A: Augusta National Q: IF YOU WEREN’T PLAYING GOLF, WHAT SPORT WOULD YOU BE PLAYING? A: I don’t know if I would be playing one, but more than anything probably basketball.

Another Round • February 2013


College Signees

Easton Lavelle (Freed-Hardeman) Sydney Trimble (Murray State) Robert Adams (Samford) Clayton Bradshaw (Lindsey Wilson) Nicole Burks (Brescia) Cori Burns (Lee) Sam Burrus (Lee) Kaleigh Chitwood (Cumberland) Austin Eoff (Purdue) Garrett Evans (Trevecca Nazarene)

United States Junior Golf Tour

Samantha Gotcher (MTSU) Abbie Gregory (Belmont) Rachel Johnson (Xavier) Hailee Kokos (Blue Mountain) Austin Jackson (Samford) Kevin Lee (Memphis) Matt Loiacano (Arkansas State) Ty Medling (Meridian Community College) Chase Netherton (Ouachita Baptist) Zach Olsen (Oklahoma State)

Summar Roachell (Arkansas) Spencer Scarbrough (Trevecca Nazarene) Tori Smith (West Alabama) Natalie Spicer (Tennessee State) Mollie Stone (Milligan) Matt Strube (Lee) Austin Swafford (UT-Martin) Ben Wolcott (Ole Miss)


Spring Preview

MIRIMICHI MARCH 9-10

M CC A B E APRIL 6-7

THE LEGACY APRIL 20-21

S WA N L A K E G C MARCH 16-17

G R E E N S AT NORTH HILLS

QUAIL RIDGE MARCH 23-24

APRIL6-7

G R E Y S TO N E APRIL 13-14

G A L L O WAY APRIL 27-28

TED RHODES M AY 4 - 5

WEDGEWOOD M AY 1 1 - 1 2

TO U R C H A M P I O N S H I P AT Q U A I L R I D G E

MARCH 16-17

Another Round • February 2013


Message from the Staff That time of year has arrived. Our last tournament was almost three months ago, and players are anxious and ready to get back on the course after a long winter break. Justin Timberlake’s Mirimichi will host the official opening event of the 2013 spring season in March and the staff of the USJGT is just as ready as the players for the competition to begin. Even though we’ve had no tournaments since November, the USJGT has been busy making this tour your best and most affordable option in junior golf. Among the changes coming this spring are the use of rangefinders, more opportunities to earn AJGA performance stars and expansion of our staff. Rangefinders will be allowed this spring for the first time in the tour’s history. Make sure the rangefinder you use measures distance only. It cannot measure slope, wind or any other variable. We are hoping this will speed up play and eliminate players’ needs to walk off long yardages. The USJGT continues to be rated among the top junior tours in the country in terms of the level of competition. The American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) has recognized this and has designated four USJGT spring events for players to earn performance stars. Quail Ridge, Greystone, Galloway and the Tour Championship all have AJGA recognition for both the Boys and Girls High School divisions. We also welcome USJGT alum Preston McClellan to our staff as Director of Marketing and Public Relations. Preston is currently working on two master’s degrees at Ohio University in Business Administration and Sports Administration. He will be coordinating the production of this newsletter, marketing strategies for the tour and public relations. He will also be responsible for the USJGT’s Facebook page and Twitter feeds. Our first three events in March should all be good ones. In addition to Mirimichi, join us at Swan Lake in Clarksville and Quail Ridge in Bartlett for great competition. We also are always looking for new ideas from you, the members and parents. If you know of a course that would be receptive to hosting a USJGT event, a company that would be interested in sponsoring a USJGT event, or other ideas to improve the tour, we always welcome your thoughts. We look forward to seeing you on the course this spring. Let’s tee it up! Sincerely, - Mark McClellan and Cliff Frisby

United States Junior Golf Tour


New Partnership

The United States Junior Golf Tour is partnering with Ohio University’s Sports Administration program to provide real world sports experience for graduate students in the program. Four students will be working with the tour over the next several months to add to the overall experience of junior golf on our tour. The four students, who are all earning dual Masters degrees in Business and Sports Administration, will also be running two tournaments in the Southeast Ohio Region. Ohio’s Sports Administration program, the first ever of its kind when it was founded more than forty years ago, is regarded as the premiere sports administration graduate program in the country. More information about the program can be found by visiting www.sportsad.ohio.edu.

Joe deGuzman

Matt Gottfried

Trey Frazier

Preston McClellan

Hometown: Wauwatosa, WI

Hometown: Laguna Niguel, Calif.

Hometown: Plano, Texas

Hometown: Memphis, Tenn.

Undergraduate: Creighton University

Undergraduate: San Diego State Univ.

Undergraduate: University of Memphis

Previous Experience: Teach For America Corps Member, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Media and Community Relations Coordinator, Tulsa Shock; Media Director Assistant, Tulsa Talons; Media Services and Public Relations Intern, Arena Football League, Director of Client Services, Southern Ohio Copperheads

Previous Experience: Tiarna Real Estate Services, Caric Sports Management, Gripfin, Inc, Sigma Chi Fraternity - Treasurer, Youth Lifeline America- Head Media Coordinator and Assistant Operations Manager, Director of Business Operations - Southern Ohio Copperheads

Undergraduate: Dallas Baptist University

Email: josephtdeguzman@ gmail.com

Email: mgott25@gmail.com

Previous Experience: University Athletic Association: University of Florida; Procurement & Risk Management Intern; Conference USA Operations Assistant; Dallas Baptist University Game Day Operations Staff; Winston-Salem Dash Operations and Sales Assistant Email: treyfrazier@mac.com

Previous Experience: Intern, University of Memphis Athletic Media Relations; Intern, Memphis Grizzlies Public Relations; Freelance Writer, MemphiSport Magazine; Statistician, C-USA Women’s Basketball Championship, Director of Media Relations - Southern Ohio Copperheads Email: preston.mcclellan@ gmail.com

Another Round • February 2013


By the Numbers

2,772 312 244 17 7

Players

who have played at least one

USJGT event

since the

tour began

Number

of

USJGT alumni

who

have played college golf

Tournaments

Holes

first

hosted by usjgt in

12

in one during

years

USJGT

competition

Months

since last

hole in one

2

PGA tournaments won by USJGT alumni

1

Double Eagles in USJGT Competition

United States Junior Golf Tour

Photo

courtesy of

Teresa Johns


Tour Standings BOYS HIGH SCHOOL DIVISION (AS OF FEB. 1, 2013) Rank

Player

Hometown

Class

PAR

50

Caleb Kubacak

Maumelle, AR

2016

77.12

1

Matt Strube

Germantown, TN

2013

69.52

51

Landon Cottrell

Collierville, TN

2016

77.18

2

Robert Adams

Germantown, TN

2013

69.76

52

Austin Pike

Searcy, AR

2016

77.32

3

Braden Thornberry

Olive Branch, MS

2015

69.88

T53

Robert Agee

Cookeville, TN

2016

77.42

4

Carter Billingsley

West Point, MS

2013

70.66

T53

Mason Whitt

Goodlettsville, TN

2013

77.42

5

Will West

Germantown, TN

2013

70.67

55

George Kawell

Collierville, TN

2014

77.45

6

Stoney Crouch

Mount Juliet, TN

2013

71.05

56

Zachary Smith

Bartlett, TN

2014

77.49

7

Zach Polston

Lafayette, TN

2014

71.54

57

Stuart Carter

Collierville, TN

2015

77.68

8

Chris Tyminski

Franklin, TN

2013

71.66

58

Louis Martin

Memphis, TN

2016

77.84

9

Heath Newsom

Horn Lake, MS

2015

71.67

59

Bob E. Mallory

Memphis, TN

2016

78.08

10

Parker Sexton

Germantown, TN

2016

71.68

60

Trevor Johnson

Brentwood, TN

2016

78.09

11

Josh Warlick

Germantown, TN

2014

71.71

61

Peyton Dix

Bartlett, TN

2016

78.38

12

Tucker Fox

Cordova, TN

2014

71.88

62

Noah Vongphit

Collierville, TN

2015

78.46

13

Ben Wolcott

Burns, TN

2013

71.89

63

Parker Sewell

Olive Branch, MS

2015

78.58

14

Conner McLeod

Germantown, TN

2013

72.5

64

Nick Giles

Germantown, TN

2016

78.66

15

Brock Currey

Eads, TN

2015

72.6

65

Francis Carlota

Lakeland, TN

2014

78.81

16

Ty Medling

Collierville, TN

2013

72.65

T66

Clayton Bradshaw

Clinton, KY

2013

78.89

17

Austin Swafford

Lebanon, TN

2013

72.7

T66

Nathan Layton

Glasgow, KY

2013

78.89

18

Connor Murphy

Searcy, AR

2013

72.95

68

Danny Harris

Cordova, TN

2015

78.91

19

Colton Hall

Covington, TN

2013

72.96

69

Peyton Herald

Shertwood, AR

2014

79.1

T20

Nicholas Choate

Paducah, KY

2014

73.01

70

Tyler Howard

Bartlett, TN

2013

79.15

T20

Jack Story

Dickson, TN

2016

73.01

71

Trevor Rowland

Collierville, TN

2013

79.17

22

Ross Redmont

Memphis, TN

2015

73.28

72

Brett Kittleson

Collierville, TN

2016

79.36

23

Malik Luckett

Memphis, TN

2014

73.38

73

Garin Hooper

Greenbrier, TN

2013

79.38

24

Tait Darby

Olive Branch, MS

2013

73.67

74

Patton Orr

Memphis, TN

2016

79.43

T25

Matthew Loiacano

Jonesboro, AR

2013

73.82

75

Trey Wilkinson

Olive Branch, MS

2013

79.61

T25

Ben Carroll

Counce, TN

2014

73.82

76

Jared Jackson

Collierville, TN

2013

79.68

27

Van Putman

Memphis, TN

2013

73.92

77

Jordan Botwinick

Germantown, TN

2016

79.7

28

Logan Watkins

Brighton, TN

2014

73.95

78

Austin Williams

Lafayette, TN

2014

79.87

29

Phillip Hickam

Olive Branch, MS

2014

73.99

79

Dustin Carroll

Murfreesboro, TN

2015

79.91

30

Garrett Evans

Germantown, TN

2013

74.11

80

Tyler Schingle

Walls, MS

2014

80.1

31

Chase Harris

Jackson, TN

2015

74.37

81

Robert Grindereng

Germantown, TN

2015

80.32

32

Kevin Wade

Cordova, TN

2013

74.52

82

Peyton Boucek

Memphis, TN

2016

80.37

33

Hayden Combs

Kennett, MO

2014

74.56

83

Drew Elliott

Collierville, TN

2014

80.48

34

Austin Hazelgrove

Germantown, TN

2015

74.78

84

Steven Saharovici

Memphis, TN

2013

80.64

T35

Ray Howard

Humboldt, TN

2015

74.86

T85

Dustin McKinney

Franklin, TN

2015

80.85

T35

Easton Lavelle

Munford, TN

2013

74.86

T85

Scott Hickman

Nashville, TN

2013

80.85

37

Hays Moreland

Memphis, TN

2015

74.97

87

Alan Craig

Cordova, TN

2013

80.87

T38

Spencer Scarbrough

Crossville, TN

2013

75.2

88

Joe Gatti

Collierville, TN

2015

80.96

T38

Taylor Stuckey

Milan, TN

2013

75.2

89

Lucas Wheeler

Hendersonville, TN

2013

80.97

40

Hunter Wolcott

Burns, TN

2016

75.3

90

Jason Kirk

Ramer, TN

2013

81.06

41

Richard Hoffsommer

Germantown, TN

2013

75.5

91

Austin Mcclendon

Byhalia, MS

2013

81.26

42

Jake Rudesill

Memphis, TN

2013

75.84

92

Hunter Kelley

Memphis, TN

2013

81.28

43

Christian Silvers

Chattanooga, TN

2014

76.05

93

Nash Gilchrist

Brentwood, TN

2016

81.54

44

Dylan Hoover

Olive Branch, MS

2013

76.1

94

Clayton Wilcox

Lakeland, TN

2013

81.6

45

Mitchell Stegman

Metropolis, IL

2013

76.16

95

Blake Smith

Jackson, TN

2013

81.66

46

Adam Button

Brentwood, TN

2014

76.44

96

Brady Lawrence

Franklin, TN

2014

81.83

47

Jack Dunavant

Memphis, TN

2014

76.58

97

Clayton Gregory

Bartlett, TN

2015

82.02

48

Nathan Huynh

Collierville, TN

2015

76.62

98

Keifer Engles

Jackson, TN

2015

82.47

49

Joshua Sokoloff

Germantown, TN

2016

76.72

99

Sam Davis

Clarksville, TN

2014

82.88

100

Andrew Wood

Collierville, TN

2016

82.88

Another Round • February 2013


Tour Standings BOYS JUNIOR HIGH DIVISION (AS OF FEB. 1, 2013) Rank

Player

Hometown

Class

BOYS RISING STARS DIVISION (AS OF FEB. 1, 2013) PAR

Rank

Player

Hometown

Class

PAR

Luke Smith

Covington, TN

2019

76.34

1

Thomas DePriest

Lake City, AR

2017

73.72

1

2

Miles Smith

Little Rock, AR

2017

75.19

2

Eli Maxwell

Memphis, TN

2020

76.8

3

Winston Margaritis

Eads, TN

2018

76.58

3

Gavin Clements

Franklin, TN

2019

77.44

4

Paul Swindell

Franklin, TN

2017

77.12

4

Zachary Jackson

Franklin, TN

2019

83.96

5

Justin Johns

South Fulton, TN

2017

77.83

5

Ben Cox

Memphis, TN

2019

84

6

Toby Wilson

Bartlett, TN

2017

78.15

6

Connor Kirkham

Paducah, KY

2020

85

7

Nick Wolf

Murfreesboro, TN

2017

78.86

7

Scout Davis

Covington, TN

2019

85.2

8

Wil Gibson

Jonesboro, AR

2018

79.06

8

Ethan Ray

Collierville, TN

2020

85.93

9

Logan DePriest

Marshall, AR

2017

79.1

9

Sean Gardner

Clarksville, TN

2019

86.08

10

Trenton Johnson

Brentwood, TN

2019

79.55

10

Blake Templeton

Germantown, TN

2019

86.41

Walker Crosby

Memphis, TN

2019

89.25

11

Casey Harford

Cordova, TN

2017

80.03

11

12

Nicholas Henderson

Greenbrier, TN

2017

80.28

12

Kye Meeks

Walnut, MS

2020

90.72

13

Angelo Malacapay

Martin, TN

2017

80.92

13

Cannon Hurdle

Memphis, TN

2020

91.28

14

Jack Uselton

Tullahoma, TN

2017

81.06

14

Russell Williamson,Jr.

Memphis, TN

2020

92.64

15

Chance Gibson

Milan, TN

2017

81.68

15

Drake Norris

Jackson, TN

2019

93.36

16

Garrett Underhill

Bartlett, TN

2018

81.75

16

Hall Upshaw

Memphis, TN

2019

93.92

17

Mitchell Bowlin

Cordova, TN

2017

82

17

Sam Funk

Nashville, TN

2019

96.64

18

Hewes Scull

Memphis, TN

2020

103.04

18

Trent Scull

Memphis, TN

2017

82.15

19

Cooper Sears

Old Hickory, TN

2017

82.39

20

Logan Biggs

Cordova, TN

2017

82.69

21

Coleman Jones

Franklin, TN

2018

83.36

22

Nick Meyers

Little Rock, AR

2017

84.42

23

Regan Roy

Olive Branch, MS

2017

84.77

24

Wyatt Berry

Germantown, TN

2018

84.95

25

Andrew Pierce

Germantown, TN

2017

86.07

BOYS FUTURE STARS DIVISION (AS OF FEB. 1, 2013)

BOYS FUTURE STARS DIVISION (AS OF FEB. 1, 2013)

Rank

Player

Hometown

Class

PAR

Rank

Player

Hometown

Class

PAR

1

Jay Nimmo

Benton, KY

2021

73.7

1

Jay Nimmo

Benton, KY

2021

73.7

2

Cade Jones

Covington, TN

2022

79.76

2

Cade Jones

Covington, TN

2022

79.76

3

Jaden Zimmer

Humboldt, TN

2021

79.96

3

Jaden Zimmer

Humboldt, TN

2021

79.96

4

Will Brown

Jackson, TN

2022

85.8

4

Will Brown

Jackson, TN

2022

85.8

5

Conner Brown

Shelbyville, TN

2022

87.7

5

Conner Brown

Shelbyville, TN

2022

87.7

6

Ro Gibson

Jonesboro, AR

2021

94

6

Ro Gibson

Jonesboro, AR

2021

94

7

Camden Adcox

Northport, AL

2021

95.1

7

Camden Adcox

Northport, AL

2021

95.1

8

Caden McCulley

Cordova, TN

2021

96

8

Caden McCulley

Cordova, TN

2021

96

9

Win Gibson

Jonesboro, AR

2021

119

9

Win Gibson

Jonesboro, AR

2021

119

United States Junior Golf Tour


Tour Standings GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL DIVISION (AS OF FEB. 1, 2013)

GIRLS MIDDLE SCHOOL DIVISION (AS OF FEB. 1, 2013)

Rank

Player

Hometown

Class

PAR

Rank

Player

Hometown

Class

PAR

1

Aubree Jones

Covington, TN

2017

73.54

1

Baili Park

Collierville, TN

2018

82.44

2

Elizabeth England

Oakland, TN

2014

75.85

2

Ashley Kim

Collierville, TN

2020

82.86

T3

Lauren Wade

Cordova, TN

2014

75.95

3

Viola Greenwood

Cookeville, TN

2017

83.99

T3

Katie Story

Dickson, TN

2014

75.95

4

Tori Smith

Arlington, TN

2018

86.93

5

Kaitlin Cartwright

Lafayette, TN

2014

76.44

5

Corinne Parrish

Nashville, TN

2017

98.98

6

Abigail Heck

Memphis, TN

2017

77.18

6

Samantha Havenstrite

Murfreesboro, TN

2017

115.05

7

Jayna Choi

Collierville, TN

2019

77.33

8

Rachel Heck

Memphis, TN

2020

78.51

9

Haley Smith

Spring Hill, TN

2015

78.89

T10

Mollie Stone

Union City, TN

2013

79.38

T10

Madison Brooks

Germantown, TN

2013

79.38

12

Stephanie Leake

Little Rock, AR

2016

82.04

13

Lindsay Miller

Nashville, TN

2015

82.81

14

Ashlyn Dixon

Germantown, TN

2014

82.88

T15

Kaleigh Chitwood

Lafayette, TN

2013

83.3

T15

Maggie Weeks

Brentwood, TN

2014

83.3

17

Kirsten Garner

Hot Springs, AR

2014

83.66

18

Breana Smith

Clarksville, TN

2016

83.96

19

Calla Ziegler

Eads, TN

2013

84.28

20

Reagan Kinnie

Murfreesboro, TN

2016

84.34

21

Ally Smith

Clarksville, TN

2015

85.11

22

Claudia Bursi

Germantown, TN

2013

85.26

23

Eleanor Bursi

Germantown, TN

2016

86.21

24

Mariah Smith

Clarkville, TN

2017

86.78

25

Tori Smith

Killen, AL

2013

88.72

26

Nicole Burks

Hickory, KY

2013

88.78

27

Madison Rhodes

Memphis, TN

2014

89.28

28

Marlena Weatherly

Cabot, AR

2014

90.23

29

Brianna Donnell

Brighton, TN

2013

92.16

30

Kelsey Spivey

Murfreesboro, TN

2014

92.62

31

Drew McDonagh

Germantown, TN

2014

93.11

32

Grace Ingram

Germantown, TN

2014

93.12

33

Tamesha Jefferson

Olive Branch, MS

2013

93.78

34

Hailee Kokos

Olive Branch, MS

2013

94.09

35

Carson McKinney

Munford, TN

2013

98.67

36

Amara Johnson

Hernando, MS

2015

104.22

37

Danielle O’Shields

Lonoke, AR

2016

113.39

GIRLS RISING STARS DIVISION (AS OF FEB. 1, 2013) Rank

Player

Hometown

Class

PAR

1

Carla Kay Hickam

Olive Branch, MS

2021

101

2

Savannah Howell

Calvert City, KY

2022

103

3

Anna Heck

Memphis, TN

2023

114

4

Ellie Navarre

Memphis, TN

2020

118

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Another Round • February 2013


USJGT Newsletter: Spring 2013