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Ella Wong wins State Championship (Back-to-Back)

2022 OHSAA Division II Girls State Championship – OSU Gray Course – October 14-15, 2022

Ella Wong is a three time Classic Cup Champion on NCJT. Ella also has 26 tournaments wins on NCJT since 2018, which is a remarkable record. We are very proud to celebrate Ella’s back-to-back OHSAA State Championship titles. Congratulations Ella, from all your friends at NCJT!

Link to CVC Valley Conference Article on Ella’s Championship Win.

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS:

1 Ella Wong Hawken 12: 76 – 76 = 152
2 Riley McKenzie Crooksville 12: 79 – 74 = 153
3 Sammi Miller Garaway 11: 76 – 79 = 155
T4 Bridget Mulcahy Lima C.C. 12: 79 – 77 = 156
T4 Claire Recker Van Buren 12: 77 – 79 = 156
T6 Angela Hu Col. Academy 11: 76 – 81 = 157
T6 Emma Kim Col. S. Girls 12: 78 – 79 = 157
T8 Grace Luo Col. Academy 12: 78 – 81 = 159
T8 Abbie Retherford Ravenna 12: 80 – 79 = 159
10 Siena Maschke Laurel 11: 80 – 80 = 160
T11 Hope Manning S. Char. SE 12: 76 – 85 = 161
T11 Mati Zines United 11: 81 – 80 = 161
13 Lauren Miller Alter 9: 82 – 81 = 163
T14 Eva Baker Col. Academy 12: 83 – 82 = 165
T14 Kate Petersen Hawken 12: 82 – 83 = 165

Ells’s teammate and the 2022 NCJT Classic Cup Champion, Kate Petersen (Hawken) also played well with a T14 finish.

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NCJT Awards & Hall of Fame Dinner

Wednesday, Decemeber 21, 2022 – Save the Date!

The annual NCJT Awards and Hall of Fame Dinner will be held on Wednesday, December 21, 2022 at Pine Ridge CC.

Dinner Agenda:

  • 6:15 PM – Reception
  • 7:00 PM – Dinner
  • 7:45 PM – Awards and Hall of Fame Inductions

This is your save the date reminder!

An official invite (from Greenvelope) will be coming soon to purchase tickets. All NCJT players and families are invited to the dinner. Watch for the official invite that will include dinner ticket information.

At the award’s dinner, special recognization will be given to all of the following for the 2022 season:

  • The Classic Cup winners
  • Scholarship Winner
  • Season Long Plaque Winners (click link to see list of award winners, if your name is listed you should attend)

Classic Cup Winner – our Player of the Year award

Boys 16-19 – Cooper Bryan (401 pts)

Boys 15 & Under – Jackson Pinney (177.5 pts)

Girls 19 & Under – Kate Petersen (107 pts)

Mini Tour 12 & Under – Hamilton Miller (66.5 pts)

Season Long Awards
Each tour member is eligible to receive a Season-long Award Plaque which will include all the players Top 3 finishes that qualify as a finishing place.  The number of finishing places to be awarded is based on field size, as follows:

Award Table
Number of PlayersNo. of Places
15 Players or more3 Places
8 to 14 Players2 Places
3 to 7 Players1 Places

Season-long Award Plaques will be awarded in person at the Annual Awards and Hall of Fame Dinner.  Plaques will only be awarded at the dinner, to players that have registered for the dinner by the deadline date listed for the event.  Players that cannot attend the dinner will be given notice on how to receive their award (shipping charges may apply).  The Annual Award and Hall of Fame Dinner will be held in December.

Congratulations to all the NCJT winners!

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Fall Update on NCJT Players

What an exciting fall for many NCJT players who have qualified for the Ohio High School State Championships.

Boys Division 1October 21-22 at Ohio State University Scarlet Course. Here are the top four teams that qualified and you can see in Bold all the players that have a playing history on NCJT.

1stSt. Ignatius *295
1.Connor Malicki 12394079
2.Nick Piesen 12353570
3.Bradley Chill 11353873
4.Julian Dugan 11383876
5.Michael O’Leary 12364076
Coach: PJ Myers
2ndShaker Hts. *327
1.Noah Rusnak 11433982
2.Quintin Garnett 11374380
3.Drew English 12434588
4.Alec Miller 11433679
5.Devan Bhatia 11464086
Coach: Paul Sampliner
3rdUniversity School *329
1.Ethan Roberts 10404282
2.Adam Sands 10434487
3.Sachin Singh 12 (2020 NCJT Classic Cup winner)444084
4.Jackson Pinney 10 (2022 NCJT Classic Cup winner)393978
5.Jackson Kubic 12454085
Coach: Mike Sarris
4thMentor *341
1.Louis LeGanke 12424082
2.Braedon Caldwell 12434386
3.Andrew Betz 11424082
4.Braedon Hudson 12474491
5.Joe Gaiters 12504292

Jackson Pinney (University School and NCJT Classic Cup winner) shot 78 at Quail Hollow to lead his team to a 3rd place finish. Alec Miller (Shaker Hts) lead his team to a 2nd place finish with a 79. Louis LeGanke (Mentor) and Andrew Betz (Mentor) shot 82 to lead the Mentor team to a 4th place finish and a chance at the state championship.

Also, in Division 1, the Rocky River team finished 1st at the Grey Hawk sectional and included three players with a NCJT playing history.

1stRocky River *328
1.Luke Dietrich 11414283
2.Nick Tianello 11443579
3.Dan Capka 11473885
4.Owen Toole 12424587
5.Wes Bennett 12414081

Max Weber (Nordonia) shot 85 and made the state championship with his team who finished 2nd at the Windmill Lakes sectional.

Boys Division 2 – October 14-15 at Ohio State University Scarlet Course. Here are the top three teams that qualified and you can see in Bold all the players & “a coach” that have a playing history on NCJT. Charlie Pollock (Chagrin Falls) was medalist at the Quail Hollow sectional and won by 4 strokes…wow (great playing)! Sven Nielsen (Chagrin Falls) 78, Ben Daher (NDCL) 79 and individual qualifier Jack Zeid (Hawken) 78 were all in the top 5 at the Quail Hollow sectional. Vince Vomberger (Hawken) 82 also qualified individually.

1stChagrin Falls *319
1.Sven Nielsen 11384078
2.Charlie Pollock 10373673
3.Dylan Glickman 12414889
4.Drew Mergenhagen 12453479
5.Gavin Stevens 12464490
Coach: Anne Caja
2ndNDCL *328
1.Ben Daher 12403979
2.Andreas Reider 11434386
3.Ryley Stefanek 12383977
4.Jack Alexander 11434386
5.Phillip Davidson 12454489
Coach: Toni DeSanto
3rdLake Catholic *336
1.Dominik Cosic 12394180
2.Marcus Berrios 12434184
3.Jimmy Hoose 11404383
4.Kyle Boyd 10454792
5.A.J. Trobenter 10464389
Coach: Robert Forrai

Boys Division 2 (Bunker Hill sectional) – Another great showing from the NCJT players. James O’Neil (Beachwood) and Dillion Fellinger (Orange) tied for medalist at 78. Charlie Tzefronis (Gilmour Academy) was one stroke back at 79 and lead the Gilmour team to 1st place in the sectional.

1stGilmour Academy *329
1.Aidan McKito 11444286
2.Charlie Tzefronis 11384179
3.Alex Mylen 12424082
4.Vince Giancola 12443882
5.Ryan Panzica 95156107
Coach: Andy Deehr
2ndOrange *342
1.Dillon Fellinger 12393978
2.Truman Williams 12494998
3.Gabriel Nemer 11474996
4.Max Eisenberg 11414788
5.Jayden Park 9413980

Girls – There was also some standout play in the Girls sectionals for players that have a playing history on NCJT. Kandace Kellon (Hathaway Brown) was medalist with 73 at the Old Avalon sectional. Gracyn Vidovic (Aurora) and Manisha Grin IAurora) shot 80’s to lead thier team at the Old Avalon sectional.

1stHathaway Brown *312.086000312
1.Dixon Hill 10364076
2.Kandace Kellon 12343973
3.Claire Hickey 12404383
4.Blake Cody 10384280
5.Hannah Weinberger 10424486
Coach: Ronald Jones
2ndAurora *340.094000340
1.Gracyn Vidovic 10404080
2.Manisha Girn 10374380
3.Nina Newkirk 11454590
4.Cameron Custer 12454590
5.Meena Kraus 10504494
Coach: George Snider

At the Girls Punderson sectional, we had plenty of NCJT representation at the top of the scoring. Ella Wong (Hawken) lead the way as medalist and enroute toward another state championship opportunity. Ella won the Division II State Championship in 2021 and will be the defending champion on October 14-15 at the Ohio State University (Gray Course).

1stIndependence *356
1.Molly McGreal 11414283
2.Hillary Esper 12464591
3.Emma Konopa 12464591
4.Bel Trombetta 10454893
5.Macey McGhee 10464591
Coach: Karl Schuld
2ndHawken *369
1.Ella Wong 12 (2021 State Champion & 3 time NCJT Classic Cup winner)393877
2.Kate Petersen 12 (2022 NCJT Classic Cup winner)434285
3.Helena Yanchar 115458112
4.Keira Chang 95353106
5.Lizzie Kent 125150101

Congratulations to all the NCJT State Championship qualifiers. Best of luck at the Championships!

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NCJT Results – Tour Championship (Final)

July 28-29, 2022 at Quail Hollow CC

Boys 16-19

Ryan Chipps (Painesville) won the Boys 16-19 division at Quail Hollow shooting 68-68–136 (-6). Ryan played an outstanding two rounds of golf, shooting his career low tournament score and won with a 16 stroke margin of victory. He began his opening round shooting a 68 with six birdies (five birdies on the back nine). Ryan made par on his opening hole of the second round, then went on to make three consecutive birdies to get to (-3) through 4 holes (-6) for the tournament, shooting 31 on the front nine. Ryan made double bogey on the par five, 13th hole but made up for it with two more birdies to shoot even on the back. Ryan had 11 birdies for the championship. James O’Neill (Beachwood) finished second place with scores of 76-76–152 (+10). James was in third place to start the day, and shot 34 (E) on the front nine, making two birdies and two bogeys. James made eight birdies for the championship. Jackson Kubic (Shaker Hts) finished in third place with a 77-78–155 (+13). Jackson made two birdies in his round and had a strong finish, shooting (-1) in his last five holes. Jackson won a scorecard playoff over Domenic Pilla and Sven Neilsen.

Boys 15 & Under

Jackson Pinney (Hunting Valley) also had a dominating victory in the Boys 15 & Under division with scores of 69-69–138 (-4) and won by 36 strokes. It was another career best day for Jackson, making five birdies in his final round. Jackson’s first round 69 was the first time he ever broke 70 in his life, then he followed that up with another 69 on back to back days. That was some amazing golf. He made a total of nine birdies for the championship. Lincoln Miller (Concord) finished in second place with scores of 88-86–174.

Girls 19 & Under

Kate Petersen (Chardon) won the Girls 19 & Under division with scores of 81-84–165 (+13). Kate played strong from tee to green, but the putter wasn’t matching up with her full swing game. She had a successful season on tour, winning 4 events. Elena Varga (Hudson) finished second with scores of 97-90–187.

Mini Tour 12 & Under

Hamilton Miller (Concord) wins the first ever Mini Tour Championship division at Quail Hollow with a score of (47). Hamilton made a great par on the 15th hole (Weiskopf). Aiden Curtis (Mentor) finished second place with a score of (48). Aiden was down by 4 shots after 5 hole and came the last hole only one behind. Hamilton and Aiden tied the last hole with 6.

Matt Blumenthal recieved his Hole-One-In plaque for his his ace at Black Brook GC on July 14.

The Denny Spaulding Golf Scholarship was won by James O’Neill for his outstanding application to the selection committee. James stands out on many levels, but his GPA, golf resume, piano skills and plans for college were viewed by the committee as the one worthy of the award. We’d also like to thank the other applicants, it was a tough decision to only choose one. The $1,500 scholarship is part of the Spaulding’s Family commitment to our junior golfers and we’d like to thank them for their support!

7/28/2022 – 7/29/2022 @ Quail Hollow CC
Boys 16-19
Ryan Chipps, 2022, Painesville, OH    68-68–136
James O’Neill, 2023, Beachwood, OH    76-76–152
Domenic Pilla, 2022, Highland Hts, OH    78-77–155
Sven Nielsen, 2024, Chagrin Falls, OH    78-77–155
Jackson Kubic, 2023, Shaker Hts, OH    77-78–155
Matt Blumenthal, 2022, Beachwood, OH    75-83–158
Louis LaGanke, 2023, Mentor, OH    80-79–159
Dylan Feldkamp, 2020, Mentor, OH    82-77–159
Drew Torzok, 2024, Kirtland, OH    79-84–163
Charlie Tzefronis, 2024, Pepper Pike, OH    84-81–165
Cullan Jackson, 2022, Painesville, OH    87-81–168
Anthony Frank, 2023, Willoughby Hills, OH    81-88–169
Maxwell Weber, 2023, Macedonia, OH    83-86–169
Joshua Furman, 2023, Jefferson, OH    83-87–170
CJ Goodrich, 2023, Chardon, OH    80-95–175
Devan Bhatia, 2024, Shaker Hts, OH    91-84–175
Alex Mylen, 2023, Cleveland Hts , OH    90-86–176
Braedon Caldwell, 2023, Mentor, OH    91-88–179
Joseph Raicevich, 2023, Chardon, OH    92-92–184
Alex Lavin, 2021, Chesterland, OH    99-104–203

Boys 15&U
Jackson Pinney, 2025, Hunting Valley, OH    69-69–138
Lincoln Miller, 2027, Concord , OH    88-86–174
Elliot Thome, 2024, Shaker Hts, OH    91-91–182
Will Cody, 2027, Shaker Heights, OH    94-93–187
Ben Yeager, 2026, Shaker Heights, OH    101-89–190
Nolan Dumermuth, 2025, Concord, OH    91-101–192

Girls 19&U
Kate Petersen, 2023, Chardon, OH    81-84–165
Elena Varga, 2027, Hudson, OH    97-90–187
Macey McGhee, 2025, Independence, OH    99-95–194
Isabel Trombetta, 2025, Independence, OH    102-96–198

Mini Tour 12&U
Hamilton Miller, 2029, Concord, OH    47–47
Aiden Curtis, 2028, Mentor, OH    48–48
Jaxson Trebets, 2031, Chesterland, OH    57–57

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NCJT Results – Tour Championship (Round 1)

Thursday, July 28, 2022 at Quail Hollow (Devlin)

Boys 16-19 

Ryan Chips (Painesville) had a career day, with a first round score of 38-30–68 (-3).  Ryan made one birdie on the front nine, then made the turn and lit up the back nine with five birdies for a 30 (-5).  He made three in a row on holes 15,16, and17 where he made a long putts from off the green. Ryan missed a short range birdie putt on hole 14 that would have resulted in 5 straight birdies and a 29, but a 30 is still a career low for Ryan.  Matt Blumenthal (Beachwood)  is in 2nd place after shooting a 39-36–75 (+4). Matt made three birdies on his round and sits seven shots back of the lead.  James O’Neil (Beachwood) is in 3rd place after a first round score of 38-38–76 (+5).

Boys 15 & Under 

Jackson Pinney (Hunting Valley) had a career day as well, shooting 35-34–69 (-2).   This was Jackson’s first time career round in the 60s. And it’s pretty special to shoot a career low at Tour championship. Jackson had two birdies and one bogey on the front nine, and two birdies and one bogey on the back nine.  He holds a nineteen shot lead over Lincoln Miller (Concord) 44-44–88 (+17). 

Girls 19 & Under 

Kate Petersen (Chardon) had a solid round of 42-39–81 (+10).  Kate made a few more mistakes than usual and didn’t make a birdie to help with recovery. She hit a lot of irons shots within birdie range, but was unable to sink any.  Kate leads Elena Varga (Hudson) by 16 strokes.  Elena shot a first round score of 50-47–97 (+26)

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NCJT – Tour Championship Week

Thursday and Friday (July 28 & 29)

The excitement of NCJT Tour Championship week has begun and here’s a look at what to expect during championship week.

Aaron Morris (Scottsdale, AZ) will be back to defend his Tour Championship win from last year! James O’Neil (Beachwood) lost in a playoff last year and is one of the favorites, coming off two wins in his last 3 tournaments. Charlie Tzefronis (Pepper Pike) was 2nd last year in the Boys 15&U and is playing well enough to compete at the top in the Boys 16-19 division this year. Sven Neilsen (Chagrin Falls) is another favorite, coming off an impressive performance to win the Jim Dawson Match Play Championship this year.

In the Boys 15&U division, Jackson Pinney (Hunting Valley) is the Classic Cup leader and the favorite to continue his winning ways (6 wins over 8 events). Lincoln Miller (Concord) is 2nd in Classic Cup points and will be another top competitor for this championship.

In the Girls 19&U division, Kate Peterson (Chardon) is the Classic Cup leader and is expected to battle at the top for the championship.

Aiden Curtis (Mentor), Hamilton Miller (Concord) and Jaxson Trebets (Chesterland) are expected to have a close competition for the Mini-Tour Championship title.

The Champions this week will join the ranks of many top players, like PGA Tour Players (Jason Dufner and Jason Kokrak) that have won a NCJT Tour Championship.

Practice Rounds are available after 2pm on Wednesday. Cost is $20 for juniors. Call the Quail Hollow Golf Shop to arrange a tee time 440-639-4000

The course rotation will be Devlin (Thursday) and Weiskopf (Friday). A burger luncheon will be available after play both days. Caddies and spectators can purchase a meal from the burger luncheon as well.

Caddies are permitted both days.

A committee email will be sent to all contestants to determine two things:

  • Are you bringing a caddie?
  • How many extra luncheon guests will you have? (Don’t count yourself, EXTRA GUESTS ONLY)
  • Do you plan to play a practice round?

All NCJT members are eligible to play, provided they can break 100. If you haven’t signed up yet. Now’s the time. Tee times will post Tuesday morning. Tee times start at 8am each day. Second round tee times are based on 1st round scores.

We are ready for the excitement to begin!

Best of luck to all contestants!

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NCJT Results – Legend Lake + Mini

July 21, 2022

Boys 16-19

Ryan Chipps (Painesville) won the Boys 16-19 division with a 39-35–74 at Legend Lake. Ryan made two birdies on his front nine, but made a couple bogeys to finish with a 39, just a couple shots back of the lead. He got into a nice rythym on the back nine, making two more birdies to shoot a 35 (-1) on the back. Cooper Bryan (Pepper Pike) and Peyton O’Keefe (Moreland Hills) tied for second with a 76 (+4). Cooper made three birdies, and Peyton made two birdies and an eagle. Peyton had the lead for most of the day, but made four bogies in a row to finish his round.

Boys 15 & Under

Steven Voinovich (Hudson) won the Boys 15 & Under division with a 41-38–79. Steven played a steady round of golf to get his first victory on tour this season. Steven made seven pars on the back nine and only two bogies to shoot 38 (+2). Will Cody (Shaker Hts) and Jackson Pinney (Hunting Valley) tied for second with a 83 (+11).

Girls 19 & Under

Macey Mcghee (Independence) won the Girls 19 & Under division with a 46-52–98. Macey shot a 46 on her first nine holes, and gave herself a five shot lead heading to the back nine, over Isabel Trombetta (Independence). Isabel made a good comeback on the final 9 holes, only to far one short of Macey with 51-48–99.

Mini Tour 12 & Under

Hamilton Miller (Concord) won the Mini Tour division with a 43 (+7). Hamilton was down one stroke to Bryson Purdef (Concord) going into his last hole, and tied with Aiden Curtis (Mentor). Hamilton made a great par to gain a two strokes swing over Bryson and a one stroke swing over Aiden Curtis (Mentor) Aiden and Bryson finished tied for second shooting 44 (+8).


North Coast Junior Tour – Legend Lake + Mini
7/21/2022 – Legend Lake Golf Club
Par 72, 6322 Yards


Boys 16-19
Ryan Chipps, 2022, Painesville, OH 39-35–74
Peyton O’Keefe, 2022, Moreland Hills, OH 37-39–76
Cooper Bryan, 2022, Pepper Pike, OH 37-39–76
Jack Zeid, 2024, Aurora, OH 40-38–78
Drew Torzok, 2024, Kirtland, OH 40-41–81
Charlie Tzefronis, 2024, Pepper Pike, OH 41-41–82
Ryan Przybysz, 2024, Wadsworth, OH 44-39–83
Anthony Frank, 2023, Willoughby Hills, OH 41-43–84
Braedon Caldwell, 2023, Mentor, OH 40-44–84
Cullan Jackson, 2022, Painesville, OH 41-43–84
Marcus Berrios, 2023, Concord, OH 43-42–85
Maxwell Weber, 2023, Macedonia, OH 45-40–85
Joshua Furman, 2023, Jefferson, OH 44-42–86
Quinn Petersen, 2022, Chardon, OH 44-42–86
Andrew Betz, 2024, Mentor, OH 43-46–89
Alex Mylen, 2023, Cleveland Hts , OH 45-44–89
Ethan Metz, 2024, Kirtland, OH 47-43–90
Alex Lavin, 2021, Chesterland, OH 45-47–92
Brayden Abbott, 2024, Painesville , OH 47-47–94

Boys 15&U
Steven Voinovich, 2025, Hudson, OH 41-38–79
Jackson Pinney, 2025, Hunting Valley, OH 42-41–83
Will Cody, 2027, Shaker Heights, OH 42-41–83
Lincoln Miller, 2027, Concord , OH 43-45–88
Ryan Diffenbacher, 2026, Painesville, OH 46-44–90
Koen Van Scoy, 2026, Hudson, OH 46-48–94
Ben Yeager, 2026, Shaker Heights, OH 52-48–100
William Mylen, 2027, Cleveland Hts, OH 51-52–103
Declan Jackson, 2026, Leroy Township, OH 56-61–117
Coleson Purdef, 2027, Concord, OH 64-61–125

Girls 19&U
Macey McGhee, 2025, Independence, OH 46-52–98
Isabel Trombetta, 2025, Independence, OH 51-48–99

Mini Tour 12&U
Hamilton Miller, 2029, Concord, OH 43—43
Bryson Purdef, 2028, Concord, OH 44—44
Aiden Curtis, 2028, Mentor, OH 44—44
Jaxson Trebets, 2031, Chesterland, OH 53—53

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NCJT Results – Chardon Lakes + Mini

July 20, 2022

Boys 16-19

James O’Niell (Beachwood) won the Boys 16-19 division with a 34-39–73 on a very hot day at Chardon Lakes. James got off to a great start, making birdie on the first hole. He made another birdie on the 5th hole to get to (-2) through five holes. James was looking to go low today, shooting a 35 (-1) on the front nine, but struggled to get anything going on the back. Cooper Bryan (Pepper Pike) finished second with a 37-38–75. Cooper had a good round going until he made a triple bogey, seven on the 15th hole. Domenic Pilla (Highland Hts) finished third with a 38-38–76.

Boys 15 & Under

Jackson Pinney (Hunting Valley) won the Boys 15 & Under division with a 37-38–75. Jackson got off to a bogey, birdie start to his round, and played steady golf the rest of his round to keep his winning streak going. Steven Voinovich (Hudson) finished second with a 40-43–83. Steven made no birdies, but he made enough pars to finish one stroke ahead of Lincoln Miller (Concord) who finished third place with a 40-44–84.

Mini Tour 12 & Under

Aiden Curtis (Mentor) won the Mini Tour division with a score of 40 (+5). Aiden had four pars on his round, and never made anything worse than bogey. Hamilton Miller (Concord) finished second with a 44 (+9).


North Coast Junior Tour – Chardon Lakes + Mini
7/20/2022 – Chardon Lakes Golf Course
Par 71, 6210 Yards


Boys 16-19
James O’Neill, 2023, Beachwood, OH 34-39–73
Cooper Bryan, 2022, Pepper Pike, OH 37-38–75
Domenic Pilla, 2022, Highland Hts, OH 38-38–76
Anthony Frank, 2023, Willoughby Hills, OH 40-38–78
Jack Zeid, 2024, Aurora, OH 40-38–78
Drew Torzok, 2024, Kirtland, OH 42-38–80
Matt Blumenthal, 2022, Beachwood, OH 40-41–81
Daniel Capka, 2024, Rocky River, OH 36-45–81
Marcus Berrios, 2023, Concord, OH 41-41–82
Peyton O’Keefe, 2022, Moreland Hills, OH 43-39–82
Charlie Tzefronis, 2024, Pepper Pike, OH 41-42–83
Ryan Przybysz, 2024, Wadsworth, OH 43-40–83
Maxwell Weber, 2023, Macedonia, OH 43-40–83
Braedon Caldwell, 2023, Mentor, OH 41-42–83
Brayden Abbott, 2024, Painesville , OH 42-43–85
Alex Mylen, 2023, Cleveland Hts , OH 42-43–85
Jackson Kubic, 2023, Shaker Hts, OH 43-44–87
CJ Goodrich, 2023, Chardon, OH 43-44–87
Cullan Jackson, 2022, Painesville, OH 41-48–89
Quinn Petersen, 2022, Chardon, OH 49-41–90
Alex Lavin, 2021, Chesterland, OH 49-42–91
Andrew Betz, 2024, Mentor, OH 53-44–97
Joseph Raicevich, 2023, Chardon, OH 45-52–97

Boys 15&U
Jackson Pinney, 2025, Hunting Valley, OH 37-38–75
Steven Voinovich, 2025, Hudson, OH 40-43–83
Lincoln Miller, 2027, Concord , OH 40-44–84
Will Cody, 2027, Shaker Heights, OH 46-42–88
Daniel Lust, 2025, Shaker Heights, OH 45-49–94
Koen Van Scoy, 2026, Hudson, OH 48-49–97
Ryan Diffenbacher, 2026, Painesville, OH 52-49–101
Ryan Abbott, 2026, Painesville, OH 54-50–104
Coleson Purdef, 2027, Concord, OH 55-54–109
Declan Jackson, 2026, Leroy Township, OH 62-55–117

Mini Tour 12&U
Aiden Curtis, 2028, Mentor, OH 40—40
Hamilton Miller, 2029, Concord, OH 44—44
Jaxson Trebets, 2031, Chesterland, OH 51—51
Bryson Purdef, 2028, Concord, OH 53—53

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NCJT Results – Black Brook + Mini

July 14, 2022

Boys 16-19

Louis LaGanke (Mentor), Matt Blumenthal (Beachwood), Cooper Bryan (Pepper Pike), and Andreas Reider (Mentor) all tied for first place in the Boys 16-19 division with 75s. The players took advantage of the great weather at Black Brook, posting some good scores. Louis struggled to get going on the front, but turned it around on the back and made two birdies to close out with a 35. Matt had the shot of the day, making his first ever hole-in-one! A 7 iron on hole 8 from 170 yards. Matt had two birdies on the back. Cooper was -1 through 15 holes, but had a bogey, bogey, triple finish. Andreas was -1 through 14 holes, and finished bogey,bogey, bogey, double. The 18th hole played the toughest today and was a true challenge for all players.

Andreas Reider
Cooper Bryan
Matt Blumenthal

Boys 15 & Under

Lincoln Miller (Concord) won first place in the Boys 15 & Under division with a 86. Lincoln hit almost every fairway today, and that led to making two birdies on his round. By keeping the ball in play, Lincoln was able to hit plenty of smart shots into the greens. Ben Yeager (Shaker Hts) would have tied Lincoln, but he signed for a Wrong Score, in his case is was a higher score, which avoided a DQ, but the higher score stands in a Wrong Score situation. Ben stayed pretty consistent for his two nines, and enjoyed one of his better rounds on tour.

Lincoln Miller

Girls 19 & Under

Ella Wong (Pepper Pike) won the Girls 19 & Under division with a 37-36–73. Ella continued her winning ways, with three birdies and an incredible eagle on the par 5 12th hole. Kate Petersen (Chardon) finished second place with a 38-39–77. Kates lone birdie came on her opening hole, and played steady golf for the rest of her round.

Mini Tour 12 & Under

Jaxson Trebets (Chesterland) won his first event of the year shooting 42 (+7). The highlight of his round came on the 5th hole , where he made a great putt to make birdie. Bryson Purdef and Hamilton Miller tied for second with a 44 (+9).

Hole-in-one #8 Matt Blumenthal

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North Coast Junior Tour – Black Brook + Mini
7/14/2022 – Black Brook Golf Course & Practice Center
Par 71, 6320 Yards


Boys 16-19
Andreas Reider, 2024, Mentor on the lake, OH 36-39–75
Matt Blumenthal, 2022, Beachwood, OH 34-41–75
Cooper Bryan, 2022, Pepper Pike, OH 36-39–75
Louis LaGanke, 2023, Mentor, OH 40-35–75
Charlie Tzefronis, 2024, Pepper Pike, OH 39-38–77
Marcus Berrios, 2023, Concord, OH 40-39–79
Alex Mylen, 2023, Cleveland Hts , OH 38-41–79
Drew Torzok, 2024, Kirtland, OH 39-40–79
Ryan Chipps, 2022, Painesville, OH 38-41–79
Brayden Abbott, 2024, Painesville , OH 42-42–84
Dylan Feldkamp, 0, Mentor, OH 40-44–84
Joseph Raicevich, 2023, Chardon, OH 44-43–87
Vince Giancola, 2023, University Hts, OH 45-47–92

Boys 15&U
Lincoln Miller, 2027, Concord , OH 41-45–86
Ben Yeager, 2026, Shaker Heights, OH 43-44–87
Koen Van Scoy, 2026, Hudson, OH 45-46–91
Nolan Dumermuth, 2025, Concord, OH 48-47–95
Mason Martina, 2025, Parma Hts, OH 48-48–96
Ryan Diffenbacher, 2026, Painesville, OH 50-52–102
Wilson Brainard, 2025, Aurora, OH 52-51–103
Coleson Purdef, 2027, Concord, OH 56-52–108
William Mylen, 2027, Cleveland Hts, OH 70-55–125

Girls 19&U
Ella Wong, 2023, Pepper Pike, OH 37-36–73
Kate Petersen, 2023, Chardon, OH 38-39–77
Katelyn Potashnik, 2023, Hartville, OH 41-41–82
Elena Varga, 2027, Hudson, OH 50-44–94
Ellie Conrad, 2024, Moreland Hills, OH 49-53–102

Mini Tour 12&U
Jaxson Trebets, 2031, Chesterland, OH 42—42
Bryson Purdef, 2028, Concord, OH 44—44
Hamilton Miller, 2029, Concord, OH 44—44
Aiden Curtis, 2028, Mentor, OH 51—51

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Meet the winners and see some of the exciting action from the 2022 Sand Ridge Junior Invitational

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