Matt Daryman fired a 1-over-par 72 on Monday to win the Boys' 15-18 Blue Division in a York County Junior Golf Association Tournament at Hanover Country Club.
The Blue Division actually played from the black tees on Monday, measuring 6,474 yards.
Daryman cruised to a six-shot victory over Andrew Geesey and Ryan Keilholtz, who each fired 78s. It was Daryman's first YCJGA victory of the summer. Geesey won a match of cards over Keilholtz to grab second place.
Only three players managed to break 80 in the Blue Division.
John Bagnall shot a 75 to roll to a six-shot victory in the Boys' 15-18 White Division, which actually played from the blue tees (6,211 yards). Byron Markle took second at 81, followed by Kyle Williams at 84.
In the Boys' 14-and-Under Division, Evan Johnson shot 74 to win by seven shots. The 14-and-Under Division played from the white tees (5,623 yards). Conner Bacha was second at 81, followed by Andrew Davis at 86.
Rebecca Ream took the Girls' Division with a 95. Julianne Lee was second at 96, while Erin Gladfelter was third at 97.
The next YCJGA event is set for Monday at the Bridges.
ACE RECORDED AT BRIARWOOD EAST: Manchester's Richard Meeks had a hole in one on Monday at Briarwood East Golf Club.
Meeks used a pitching wedge to ace the 140-yard 14th hole. It was witnessed by Richard Myers.