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Three Ring Circus Takes Team Challenge

4th TYGA Team Challenge
Seven Lakes CC, Seven Lakes, NC
November 1, 2015
 
Seven Lakes, NC –Final results for the 4th TYGA Team Challenge hosted by Seven Lakes CC in Seven Lakes, NC on Saturday and Sunday, October 31-November 1, 2015.
 
The Three Ring Circus used a true team effort to capture the 4th TYGA Team Challenge. Tyler Dechellis of Clayton, Josh Lendach of Raleigh, NC and Zach Roberts of Holly Springs, NC each counted at least one score over the two days to help their team win. Dechellis took home additional hardware as he beat out Tim Bunten of Concord, NC on the first playoff hole to win the individual medalist honors.
 
The TYGA Team Challenge is a 36 hole event in which teams of three compete with their best two scores each day counting towards the team score.
 
4th TYGA Team Challenge
Seven Lakes Country Club (NC)     Seven Lakes, NC
October 31-November 1, 2015
Place Team Round One Round Two Total
1 Three Ring Circus (Dechellis, Lendach & Roberts) 145 144 289
2 Clutch (Barnes, Blair & Tate) 142 157 299
3 Ping Pong'n People (Carroll, Cress & Shuping) 149 157 306
4 Dart (Caudill, Metz & Metz) 146 161 307
4 Duck Hookers (Kim, Riley & Wotnosky) 153 154 307
6 CCC Pin Seekers (Bunten, Davis& Sheppard) 152 157 309
7 Slice (Manring, Papalia & Perry) 164 162 326
8 Team Providence (Chase, Griffiths & Whitney, C) 164 164 328
8 North Raleigh Crusaders (Jackson, Macri & Sperrazza) 165 163 328
10 Tuscola (McClure, Planchock & Reynolds) 174 176 350
11 CCS/KVA (Alicardi, Pendergrass & Whitley, B) 178 182 360
12 Vedi Veni Vice (Hillard, Parker & Wood) 172 191 363
13 Winners (Hollembaek, Moss & Selna) 191 185 376
14 Titeist (Bruce, Charbonneau & Holanek) 184 196 380
         
         
  Boys 14-18 (6548 yards, par 72, 72.2/139)      
1 Tim Bunten (2017),  Concord, NC 74 73 147
2 Stephen Carroll (2017),  Concord, NC 72 77 149
3 Zachary Caudill (2017),  Wilkesboro, NC 74 77 151
4 Chris Kim (2019),  Cary, NC 76 77 153
5 Quinn Riley (2018),  Raleigh, NC  77 77 154
6 Grayson Wotnosky (2020),  Wake Forest, NC 79 78 157
6 Logan Shuping (2016),  Salisbury, NC 77 80 157
8 Avery Papalia (2017),  Kernersville, NC 80 79 159
8 Quinton Metz (2019),  Boone, NC 75 84 159
10 Brody Davis (2016),  Harrisburg, NC 78 84 162
10 Graham Chase (2018),  Charlotte, NC 80 82 162
10 Walker Cress (2016),  Concord, NC 80 82 162
13 Parker Chavis (2017),  Landis, NC 84 80 164
14 Mack Sheppard (2016),  Harrisburg, NC 79 86 165
15 Cameron Whitney (2020),  Charlotte, NC 84 82 166
16 Addison Manring (2017),  Stoneville, NC 85 83 168
16 Chandler Perry (2018),  Clinton, NC 84 84 168
18 Danny Planchock (2018),  Waynesville, NC 83 87 170
19 Riley Hollembaek (2018),  Wake Forest, NC 90 84 174
20 Kyle Griffiths (2018),  Charlotte, NC 88 87 175
21 Tommy Alicardi (2017),  Henderson, NC 92 84 176
22 Chris Sperrazza (2019),  Raleigh, NC 96 83 179
23 Jeffrey Parker (2019),  Oak Ridge, NC 81 99 180
23 Peter Jackson (2019),  Raleigh, NC 85 95 180
25 Davis Reynolds (2018),  Maggie Valley, NC 91 90 181
25 Isley McClure (2017),  Waynesville, NC 92 89 181
27 Brandon Whitley (2018),  Huntersville, NC 86 98 184
28 Andrew Wood (2019),  Greensboro, NC 91 94 185
29 Nicholas Holanek (2017),  Cary, NC 95 92 187
30 Charles Pendergrass (2019),  Henderson, NC 89 99 188
31 Casey Charbonneau (2018),  Four Oaks , NC  90 107 197
32 Matthew Bruce (2017),  Wake Forest, NC 94 104 198
33 Harrison Hilliard (2020),  McLeansville, NC 102 97 199
34 Ryan Moss (2017),  Rolesville, NC 101 101 202
35 Kelsey Selna (2018),  Wake Forest, NC 106 104 210
36 Chandler Metz (2017),  Boone, NC 72 DQ DQ
37 Landon Johnson (2017),  China Grove , NC 104 WD WD
         
  Boys 12-13 (5211 yards, par 72, 66.4/119      
1 Tyler Dechellis (2020),  Clayton, NC 73 74 147
2 Josh Lendach (2021),  Raleigh, NC 78 70 148
2 Michael Blair (2020),  Kernersville, NC 66 82 148
4 Austin Tate (2020),  Siler City, NC 76 77 153
5 Zach Roberts (2020),  Holly Springs, NC 72 83 155
6 Ryan Macri (2021),  Wake Forest, NC 80 80 160
7 Landon Barnes (2020),  Pilot Mountain, NC 83 80 163
 
 
 
 About the Tarheel Youth Golf Association (TYGA)
The Tarheel Youth Golf Association (TYGA), a division of the Carolinas Golf Association, a 501 (c) 3 organization, provides playing opportunities for its members, conducts educational seminars and events, acts as a junior golf informational clearinghouse, provides free USGA handicaps to junior golfers in North Carolina, recruits sponsor clubs that grant junior access to golf facilities in North Carolina, publishes monthly North Carolina junior rankings, and awards Junior Player of the Year and All-State awards to the top juniors in North Carolina.  Membership is open to any boy or girl who are legal residents of N.C; are 18 years of age and under; and who have not started college. 
 

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