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2018 GA-SC Junior Challenge Match

Event Date

Jul 20, 2018


The Landings Club - Deer Creek



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Final Results

SAVANNAH - Despite a valiant effort from the Peach State in the final round, the deficit proved to be too steep as the visitors from across the border win the Georgia-South Carolina Junior Challenge Match, 10.5 to 5.5. This year's junior challenge match took place at The Landings Club-Deer Creek, July 20-21, 2018.

Entering day two down five points, Team Georgia needed a special day on Saturday. They certainly kept it interesting as seven of the eight matches went 18 holes.

In the first match of the day, Will Stakel of Peachtree Corners earned Georgia's first point of the day with a win over Carlos Garre of Myrtle Beach, S.C., 1 up. The next match finished all square as Takafumi Shimoji of Suwanee and Drayton Stewart of Charleston, S.C., each earned a half-point for their respective team. Erik Forberg of Cumming then defeated Keegan Vaugh of Myrtle Beach, S.C., 1 up. Eli Scott of Hartwell, who won his match on day one, fell to Brandon Masters of Piedmont, S.C., on day two, 1 up.

In match four, Myles Jones of Suwanee fell to Dillon Hite of Lexington, S.C., 1 up. The match that followed went Georgia's way as Samuel Lape of Atlanta topped Trey Crenshaw of Lancaster, S.C., 1 up. Brandon Cho of Suwanee earned a half-point for Georgia as he finished all square with Connor Fahey of Greenville, S.C.

In the only match on Saturday not finishing on 18, Luke Dasher of Macon fell to Daniel Azallion of Hilton Head, S.C., 4 and 3.

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