Central York's Carson Bacha rolls to American Junior Golf Association win at Out Door
- Carson Bacha won the American Junior Golf Association All-Star Championship over the weekend.
- The Central York sophomore had rounds of 67 and 70 for a 7-under-par 137 total.
- The York-Adams League champion finished six shots clear of the rest of the field.
Central York sophomore standout Carson Bacha put on a dominating performance over the weekend to win the American Junior Golf Association's All-Star Championship at Out Door Country Club.
Bacha finished the two-round event with a 7-under-par 137 total on rounds of 67 on Saturday and 70 on Sunday.
He finished six shots ahead of New Jersey's Drue Nicholas and Virginia's Kelly Chinn, who each finished at 1-under 143. They were the only players to finish under par.
Five countries and 23 states were represented in the 78-player field for players ages 12-15
Bacha, the defending York-Adams League champion, had just one bogey over the two rounds.
Spring Grove's Karl Frisk tied for 16th at 149 on rounds of 72 and 77. York's Bobby Nicholson was 51st at 175 on rounds of 83 and 92.
New Jersey's Yoona Kim won the girls' event at 145, one shot better than Canada's Taylor Kehoe.