Roddy, Fernandez are junior winners

July 08, 1995|By John W. Stewart

Jon Roddy, 17, from Potomac Country Club in Tantallon, shot a 1-under-par 38-33--71 yesterday to lead the field of teen-agers in a Middle Atlantic PGA Pro-Junior tournament at Rocky Point Golf Course.

Jessica Fernandez, 16, a Sparrows Point CC member who is entering her senior year at Patapsco High School, won the girls division, 42-38--80.

The top three players in each of five divisions qualified for the Nordlinger Cup tournament, symbolic of the MAPGA Junior championship, to be played next month.

Roddy, the reigning Middle Atlantic junior champion, who will be entering his senior year at Bishop McNamara, included seven birdies in his tour of the course in Baltimore County.

Ryan McKinney, 16, from Longview GC, had five birdies in taking second at 37-35--72.

There was a three-way tie for low pro at 70 among Ed Miller, Rocky Point GC; Jim Kar--, Furnace Branch Golf Center, and Andy Barbin, Chesapeake Bay GC.

Girls: Jessica Fernandez, 42-38--80; Amy Rosenberger, 53-51--104; Calli Vance, 53-55--108. Boys: Jon Roddy, 38-33--71; Ryan McKinney, 37-35--72; Pat McGinnis, 38-36--74. Boys 14-15: Kevin Dooley, 39-40--79; Jack Simes, 41-41--82; Bart DeLuca, 43-39--82. Boys 11-13: Brad Friedlander, 40-44--84; John Furno, 43-45--88; Kevin Witcher, 45-49--94. Boys 10-under: Conner Bell, 56-66-122.

Team gross: Kevin Kinney, Jon Roddy, Eric Mitchell, David Shelley, Potomac, 62. Team net: Gary Ditto, Adam Rosenberger, Amy Rosenberger, Chris McMahon, Piney Branch, 52.

Leading pros: Ed Miller, Rocky Point, 35-35--70; Jim Kar--, Furnace Branch GC, 33-37--70; Andy Barbin, Chesapeake Bay, 35-35--70; Frank Laber, Longview, 35 -37--72; Dean Stout, Hillendale, 36-36--72; Allen Wronowski, Hillendale, 34-38-- 72; Chuck Hester, CC Maryland, 37-36--73; Steve Jones, Hillendale, 36-37--73; Greg Long, Willow Springs, 35-38--73; Tim Ruddo, Westwinds, 34-39--73.

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