BLOG: Dover golfer Logan Snyder captures junior title
Dover's Logan Snyder fired a 5-over-par 76 on Monday to win the York County Junior Golf Association Boys' 15-18 Blue Division at South Hills Golf Course near Hanover.
Snyder will be a junior at Dover High School next fall.
There was a three-way tie for second at 78 including Mason Staub, Zach Dixon and Andrew Davis. Davis, a recent Eastern York grad, won the season-opening event last week at Valley Green. Dixon will be a senior at Eastern in the fall, while Staub will be a senior at Spring Grove.
No other golfers could break 80 in the Boys' 15-18 Blue Division.
The low score of the day belonged to Julianne Lee, who fired a 72 to win the Girls' 18-and-Under Division by a whopping 28 shots. It was Lee's second straight YCJGA girls' triumph. Lee will be a junior at Central York in the fall.
Dominic Ferro won the Boys' 15-18 White Division. Ferro and Devin Peart each shot 81s, but Ferro won on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff. Jun Lee, who won the season-opening YCJGA White Division event, finished third at 83.
Andrew Roberts captured the Boys' 14-and-Under Division for a second straight week, shooting a 91. Michael DeRose was second at 94, while Trevor Snyder was third at 97.
Jimmy Hook IV won the Nine-Hole A Division with a 40. Bradin Peart was second at 45, while Caden Blachette was third at 48. It was the 2016 debut event for the nine-hole division.
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The highlight of the day was John Kennedy’s hole-in-one on No. 14.
Proceeds from the tournament helped the York Catholic Tuition Assistance Fund.
Team winners were as follows:
Open Division: Mark Carr, Steve Carr, Steve Gekas, Marty Sowa.
Mixed Division: Lora Cummings, Cheryl Land, Chris Lartz, Carla McIntosh.
Seniors Division: Butch Newman, Ernie Sartalis, Mike Walsh, Rich Gudat.
Super Seniors Division: Jim Slobozien, Bob Wawer, Clark Wherley, Jeff Witman.
The following golfers won skills contests:
Longest Drive: Male, Tom Lane. Female, Cheryl Land.
Closest to the Pin: Jim Forjan Jr., Brian Shiley, Brian Shiley and John Kennedy (hole-in-one).