Tucson City Junior Golf Championship

2-3 June: Randolph Golf Complex


Sixth graders in Tucson Parker Servoss got a hole-in-one on the second 170-yard hole on the Dell Urich Course on Wednesday.

🚨ACE ALERT🚨 Congratulations to Parker Servoss for having an ACE in Round 1 of the Tucson City Junior Championship! Parker used his hybrid on the 170 yard 2nd hole at the Randolph Golf Complex – Dell Urich Course! #jgaa #golfforlife #juniorgolf pic.twitter.com/g5M6tl5qff

– JGAA (@JuniorGolfofAZ) June 3, 2021

Here are the top 5 finishers from Southern Arizona:


Gilbert Williams Field Sr. Ryan Johnson shot a 10 under par 134 to win the Tucson City Junior Championship held at the Randolph Complex on Wednesday and Thursday. Johnson came in four strokes ahead of Salpointe junior in Oregon State Carlos Astiazaran.

Outstanding Canyon del Oro Beckett Carlson finished fifth with a 1-under 143 and received the Mike Harris Core Values ​​Award in recognition of his outstanding character, presented by the Tucson Conquistadores.

You wear it well, Beckett Carlson. Congratulations on your Mike Harris Core Values ​​Award in recognition of your outstanding character.
And 1 under for 5th place in the Tucson City Junior Championship makes us all proud. # Golfisgreat # buildinggamechangers pic.twitter.com/kxcbOAePsC

– First Tea – Tucson (@FirstTeeTucson) June 4, 2021


Irvine, California newbie Bowen Lan and Chino Hills Junior Emma Jiacheng Tang tied at 1-under 139 to stand out on Ironwood Ridge Zoe Newell who finished two strokes behind in third place, Cienega senior Marley moncada finished fourth with a 2 over 142.


Other local top five finishers from southern Arizona are Ironwood Ridge, which stand out Andrew Bowers who took third place with a 2-over 146 and Rincon / University outstanding with three strokes Lily Hüther finished third in the division with a 12 over 152.


Joey Hage of Oro Valley knocked out the field in one fell swoop, winning the division with an 8 over 148 and Tucsons Riley Pierson came third, two strokes back. Wyatt Charnocki from Tucson linked with a 12-over 152 in fourth place.

Tucsons Ella Walsh bound Rylee Stovall from Litchfield Park to win the division with an 8 over 148.


Zachary Shepherd (Tucson) finished one stroke back with a 1-over 71 to finish second. Everett Corwon (Oro Valley) finished third, Alex Ramos (Tucson) finished fourth and Callum De Guia (Tucson) finished fifth.

Abigail Gryzynger (Tucson) came back in five shots to finish second, Olivia Franklin (Oro Valley) finished third, Kiah Franklin (Oro Valley) finished fourth and Celine Liu (Tucson) finished fifth.


It was having a swing on the girl’s side Jensen Bell (Tucson) wins everything with seven strokes. Liv Grünwald (Tucson) and Kayla Schumer (Oro Valley) split for second place and Alexandra Krieger finished fourth.


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