Venable, Barringer Win Dan Tribble Junior Titles

Lillard, Windham And Williams Also Take Age Division Crowns

Tuesday, July 22, 2014 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Tucker Venable shot 72-69--141 on Monday and Tuesday and won the Boys 16-18 Division of the 2014 Dan Tribble Chattanooga PGA Junior at the Creeks Bend Golf Club.

Heidi Barringer shot 72-74--146 and won the Girls 15-18 Division.

Dylan Lillard (74-74--148) won the Boys 14-15 while Tucker Windham won the Boys 12-13.

Olivia Williams won the Girls 12-14 on the first playoff hole. Williams and Hannah Prescott each finished at 165.

Jayla Sims holes second shot for eagle on #5.

DAN TRIBBLE JUNIOR FINAL RESULTS

Boys 16-18

1.Tucker Venable 72-69=141, 2. Trent Mansfield 76-69=145, 3. Oliver Simonsen 69-76=145

4. Jacob Morgan 73-73=146, 5. Carson Griffin 72-75=147, 6. Connor Caprara 72-77=149,

T7. Parker Sammons 78-76=154, T7. Zachary Riddle 75-79=154, 9. Kyle Limburg 79-77=156,

10. Zac Bombassi 79-78=157, 11. Alex Haralson 84-77=161, 12. Griffin Jayne 85-77=162

Girls 15-18

1. Heidi Barringer 72-74=146, 2. Natilie Javadi 73-74=147, 3. Kaitlyn Sneed 78-71=149

4. Anna Pope 82-71=153, 5. Jayla Sims 76-78=154, 6. Ryann Mc Cuiston 85-73=158,

7. Mary Melissa Manuel 84-88=171, 8. Ali Barker 90-88=178, 9. Ashton Cook 108-95=203

Boys 14-15

1. Dylan Lillard 74-74=148, 2. Tyson Venable 73-76=149, 3. Jon Morgan 77-74=151,

4. Evan Spence 75-76=151 5. Sam Marshall 76-79=155, 6. Jesse Felker 79-77=156,

T7.Allen Swetman 81-76=157, T7. Christopher Burkhart 78-79=157, T9. Shaan Desai 81-78=159,

T9. Parker Gray 82-77=159, 11. Jared Nelson 86-75=161, 12. Cade Caprara 83-87=170,

13. Levi Jolly 88-84=172, 14. Hudson Owens 87-89=176, T15. Zachary King 97-92=189,

T15. Jack Fortune 96-93=189, 17. Bryce Kaufman 100-96=196, 18. Sam Wicker 107-92=199,

19. Hunter Wagnon 94-110=204

Boys 12-13

1. Tucker Windham 75-77=152, 2. Eric Suh 77-82=159, 3. Robert Alan Lyle 84-84=168,

4. Nicholas Thompson 89-81=170, 5. Matthew Ott 86-88=174, 6. Miller Wick 87-90=177

7. Harrison Williams 92-86=178, T8. Dalton Sutton 93-88=181, T8. Bennett Mc Nabb 92-89=181,

10. Riley Grant 91-96=187, 11. Gage Brakebill 91-98=189, 12. Riley Barnes 91-104=195

13. Lyle Kilpatrick 105-94=199

Girls 12-14

1. Olivia Williams 84-81=165, 2. Hannah Prescott 83-82=165, 3. McKenzie Frizzell 83-86=169

4. Hannah Holland 102-106=208, 5. Jessica Kirklen 110-113=223,

6. Christiana Schmidt 123-105=228

NOTES:

Trent Mansfield wins 2nd place in sudden death playoff on 2nd hole for 16-18 boys.

Jon Morgan wins 3rd place in sudden death playoff on 1st hole for 14-15 boys.

Olivia Williams wins 1st place in sudden death playoff on 1st hole for 12-14 girls

Jayla Sims holes second shot for eagle on #5.

(E-mail Stan Crawley at wscrawley@earthlink.net)


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