BRETTON WOODS, New Hampshire – Team Massachusetts captured the boys division title at the New England Junior Amateur on Wednesday by a landslide. The boys had a 20-stroke lead over second-place finisher Team Connecticut.
Team Rhode Island captured the Girls Division, finishing with a final score of 5-over. Coming in second was Team Connecticut, shooting 11-over to finish the round. In third was Team Massachusetts, scoring a total of 17-over.
Coming into the final round with an advantage of 17 strokes, Massachusetts cruised to a boys division win with a 3-under Round 3 score. The team was able to count three below-par scores on Wednesday: a 2-under 70 from Patrick Ginnity, and two 1-under 71s from Reese Jensen and Sascha Robinson. Ryan Scollins and Alan Rose both contributed an even-par 72 and 1-over 73.
The Rhode Island girls' team entered the day with an 3-stroke advantage and stood their ground moving into the last round. The girls were lead by Kylie Eaton, who shot 5-under her first day and 3-over the final day.
The boys division individual title went to Team Connecticut's Luke Stennett, who finished the championship with a total of 12-under par. Coming in tied for second place was Team New Hampshire's Josiah Hakala and Team Maine's Eli Spaulding, both players trailed one stroke behind Stennett, finishing at 11-under. Tied for fourth were Team Massachusetts players CJ Winchenbaugh and Sascha Robinson, finishing with scores of 8-under.
Team Rhode Island's Kylie Eaton won the girls individual title as she finished the rounds with a total score of 2-under. Following in second was Team New Hampshire's Carys Fennessy, who shot a 2-over to end the round. In third was Team Connecticut's Aoife Devaney who shot 3-over. Taking fourth place was Annie Dai (7-over), of Team Massachusetts.