Boukis, Moon win Juniors

Marlowe Boukis, from Lutherville, and Ji Ho Moon, from Ellicott City, won their divisions of the Maryland State Junior golf championships yesterday.

Boukis took the girls crown when she shot 2-under-par 70 for a 36-hole total of 146 at Tantallon Country Club in Fort Washington, and Moon won the boys title with a 4-under-par 67 for a two-round score of 141 at Redgate Golf Course in Rockville.


MSGA Girls Junior

At Tantallon CC Overall champion: Marlowe Boukis, Chestnut Ridge, 76-70-146. Runner-up: Michelle Grilli, Chestnut Ridge, 75-72-147.


16-17: Julia Huh, Diamond Ridge, 74-77-151; Emily Pavesich, Hunt Valley, 82-81-163. 14-15: Hayley Milbourne, Baltimore, 87-83-170; Emily Kwak, Indian Spring, 88-84-172. 12-13: Hilary Lawson, Montgomery Village, 91-76-167; Kaitlyn Rohrbach, 83-90-173. 9-11 (18 holes): Lauren Smith. Fort Meade, 49-44-93; Ginger Howard, Fort Meade, 50-44-94.

MSGA Junior

At Redgate GC Overall champion: Ji Ho Moon, 74-67-141. Runners-up: Robert Dedrich, Bel Air, 72-73-145; Ray Sheedy, Wakefield Valley, 72-73-145. Other second-day scorers: Trip Bare, Green Spring, 75-75-150; Chris Rockwell, Green Spring, 73-77-150; Kyle Gugliotta, Sparrows Point, 74-77-151; Chris Kamphaus, Suburban, 72-79-151; Christian Freymeyer, Prospect Bay, 77-78-153; Kevin Vollmer, Manor, 74-79-153; Adam Krainson, Falls Road, 74-82-156; David Murnane, Chartwell, 73-84-157; Myles Vlachos, Clustered Spires, 75-86-161.

Age-group: 16-17: Sheedy, 72-4; Kamphaus, 72-5.