Chandler resident Ethan Adam and Kelly Su of Scottsdale posted victories in the Boys and Girls Championship Divisions respectively at the 15th annual Antigua Milt Coggins Stroke Play held June 6-8 at Grand Canyon University Golf Course.
Adams, who finished at 6-under par (70-66-68—204), fought off a hard-charging J. Cabot Fowler who fired a tournament-low 63 in the final round that included nine birdies and two bogies. In the end, he fell one stroke short in the 54-hole competition at 5-under par (72-70-63—205). Damon Vilkauskas of Mesa and Aaron Ramos of Goodyear finished T3, two strokes off the pace.
Kelly Su of Scottsdale lapped the field in a wire-to-wire victory at 6-under par (71-68-71—210). Katelyn Allen of Albuquerque finished in second place with a 7-over-par 223 final score. Kyla Wilde of Phoenix came in third at 10-over par.
“Congratulations to Ethan and Kelly,” said Scott McNevin, Executive Director of the JGAA. “This make two in a row for Kelly, and a solid first win of the season for Ethan.”
In addition to the Championship Divisions, Tanner Van Newkirk of Phoenix won the Boys 15-18 Division at even par 68-70-72—210; Johnnie Clark of Mesa won the Boys 13-14 Division at 13-under par (67-65-68—200); Nicklas Nuez of Laveen won the Boys 11-12 Division at even par (35-36-37—108); and Ajay Morris of Avondale (38-31-37—106) win in the Boys 10 and Under Division at 2-under par.
On the Girls side, Brooke Beyer of Mesa won the Girls 15-18 Division (78-79-72—229); Mattison Frick of Peoria won the Girls 13-14 Division (67-71-75—213); and Kalyn Doss of Litchfield Park took the Girls 11-12 Division (45-38-41—124); and Anya Mathur of Scottsdale won the 10 and Under Division (42-41-38—121).
The Antigua Group, Inc. is a leading designer and marketer of men’s, women’s and children’s lifestyle apparel and sportswear under the distinctive Antigua label. In 2009, Antigua celebrated its 30th Anniversary serving the apparel needs of the Golf, Licensed Sports, Corporate and identity Specialty Retail markets.