Pair tied atop Boys Division, three tied for lead in Girls Division

BARRIE, Ontario — First Round results from the Under Armour® Canadian Championship conducted by the American Junior Golf Association at Horseshoe Resort in 2016. | Boys Par: 36-35–71. Yardage: 6661. Rating: 72.8. Slope: 133 | Girls Par: 36-35–71. Yardage: 5997. Rating: 75.1. Slope: 135

  • Leila Dizon of Los Angeles, California, Mary Parsons of Delta, British Columbia, and Emma Zhao of Windermere, Florida, are deadlocked atop the Girls Division leaderboard at even-par 71. Dizon and Parsons both carded four birdies on the day, Dizon buried three on the front-nine while Parsons did the same on the back-nine. Zhao also had three birdies on the front-nine, and finished the round with six straight pars.
  • Kynadie Adams of Gallatin, Tennessee, is one-stroke behind in second place. This is Adams’ fourth AJGA event of the season, and she has two top-ten finishes in her previous three events. Her highest finish of the summer came at the 2016 Evitt Foundation RTC Junior All-Star, where she finished T3.
  • Peyton Callens of Langton, Ontario, and Kyle Chung of Brampton, Ontario, are tied at 2-under-par 69. Callens had six birdies, while Chung had three birdies, and only one bogey in the round. Callens has finished in the top-ten in all four of his previous AJGA events, and has yet to finish outside of the top-five in 2016. This is Chung’s third career AJGA event, with his highest finish coming at the 2016 Mill Creek Foundation Junior All-Star where he ended the tournament T25.
  • Aidan Gavey of Caledonia, Ontario, is alone in second place after a first round total of even-par 71. Gavey made back-to-back birdies on Nos. 11 & 12 to go along with two other birdies in the round.

Boys Division – Highlands Course

  1. Peyton Callens, Langton, Ontario (2018)      36-33–69
  1. Kyle Chung, Brampton, Ontario (2018)      34-35–69
  1. Aidan Gavey, Caledonia, Ontario (2017)      36-35–71
  1. Zack Mason, Toronto, Ontario (2017)      37-35–72
  1. Johnny Travale, Stoney Creek, Ontario (2018)      39-33–72
  1. Marco Trstenjak, Winnipeg, Manitoba (2018)      40-32–72
  1. Andrew Dontigny, Trois-Rivieres, Quebec (2017)      37-35–72
  1. Minwoo Park, (South Korea) Toronto, Ontario (2016)      39-34–73
  1. Jacob Presutti, Brampton, Ontario (2018)      39-34–73
  1. Keaton Gudz, Victoria, British Columbia (2017)      36-37–73
  1. Robbie Latter, Mississauga, Ontario (2019)      37-36–73
  1. Keaton Veillette, Toronto, Ontario (2017)      37-37–74
  1. Ishira Fernando, (Sri Lanka) Hamilton, Ontario (2017)      37-37–74
  1. Max Sekulic, Rycroft, Alberta (2017)      38-36–74
  1. Daniel Sun, Surrey, British Columbia (2018)      40-34–74
  1. Matt Campbell, Calgary, Alberta (2017)      40-34–74
  1. Max Murchison, Calgary, Alberta (2017)      37-38–75
  1. Gabe Spach, Seattle, Wash. (2017)      38-37–75
  1. Christopher Vandette, Beaconsfield, Quebec (2018)      43-32–75
  1. Matthew Anderson, Mississauga, Ontario (2018)      39-36–75
  1. Joseph Kirk, Monahans, Texas (2018)      37-38–75
  1. Mackenzie Crawford, Utopia, Ontario (2016)      39-36–75
  1. Michael vonSchalburg, King City, Ontario (2017)      41-34–75
  1. Tyler Lipscomb, Carrollton, Ga. (2019)      39-37–76
  1. Scott Rescigno, Reno, Nev. (2019)      39-37–76
  1. Kelvin Lim, Thornhill, Ontario (2019)      37-39–76
  1. Lucas Scherf, Grinnell, Iowa (2018)      38-38–76
  1. Cougar Collins, Caledon, Ontario (2017)      39-37–76
  1. David Goldstein, Roslyn Heights, N.Y. (2018)      40-36–76
  1. Ben Farrington, Fort Mcmurray, Alberta (2018)      40-36–76
  1. Grant Lau, Toronto, Ontario (2019)      37-39–76
  1. Ty Celone, Long Sault, Ontario (2017)      40-37–77
  1. Cole Hughes, Indiana, Pa. (2017)      40-37–77
  1. Ryunosuke (Michael) Sakane, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan (2017)      41-36–77
  1. Adam Park, Toronto, Ontario (2016)      41-36–77
  1. Hong Dao Fan, Shanghai, China (2018)      39-38–77
  1. Jared Khoo, Danville, Calif. (2018)      40-37–77
  1. Michael Lubrani, Belle Vernon, Pa. (2017)      41-36–77
  1. Willis Lee, Langley, British Columbia (2017)      38-39–77
  1. Billy Jack Bailes, Lake Forest, Ill. (2017)      42-36–78
  1. Aaron Montgomery, New York, N.Y. (2017)      39-39–78
  1. Jeffrey Fang, Newmarket, Ontario (2020)      38-40–78
  1. Wesley Gill, Rockwood, Ontario (2018)      40-38–78
  1. Marcus Rodrigues, Burlington, Ontario (2016)      40-38–78
  1. Kevin Doran, Sharon, Ontario (2017)      39-40–79
  1. Jacob Calamaro, Newtown Square, Pa. (2019)      40-39–79
  1. TaeHo David Yoon, Richmond Hill, Ontario (2016)      42-37–79
  1. Andy Jang, Langley, British Columbia (2018)      43-36–79
  1. Yuqi Zhou, (China) Rochester, Mich. (2020)      40-39–79
  1. Derek Li, Hillsborough, N.J. (2017)      41-39–80
  1. Zachary Greifenberger, Toronto, Ontario (2016)      44-36–80
  1. Ryan Levy, Trumbull, Conn. (2018)      41-40–81
  1. Matthew Lee-Tolley, New York, N.Y. (2017)      43-38–81
  1. Leif Sinclair, Stuart, Fla. (2018)      42-39–81
  1. N. Nels Surtani, Noblesville, Ind. (2020)      46-36–82
  1. Nathan Kim, Los Angeles, Calif. (2018)      44-38–82
  1. Sudarshan Yellamaraju, Mississauga, Ontario (2019)      41-41–82
  1. Matty Dzialga, Greenwich, Conn. (2019)      40-42–82
  1. Frank Kelly, Toronto, Ontario (2017)      44-38–82
  1. Daniel George, Richmond Hill, Ontario (2018)      45-37–82
  1. Nathan Desrochers, Saint-Bruno, Quebec (2018)      42-40–82
  1. Jakob Lemieux, Toronto, Ontario (2017)      38-44–82
  1. Imaad Qureshi, Bloomfield Hills, Mich. (2017)      44-39–83
  1. Isaac Darling, Rothesay, New Brunswick (2018)      42-41–83
  1. Liam Seston, (Canada) Ridgewood, N.J. (2017)      45-39–84
  1. Ian Lee, Wyckoff, N.J. (2017)      42-43–85
  1. Dee Xie, Toronto, Ontario (2019)      41-44–85
  1. Max Wang, Brampton, Ontario (2019)      43-42–85
  1. Zachary Katzenstein, Thornhill, Ontario (2018)      46-42–88
  1. Shayne Simpson, Belleville, Ontario (2017)      51-37–88
  1. West Shaw, Alexandria, Va. (2018)      49-40–89

—  Andrew Crockett, Fayetteville, Ga. (2017)      JWD

—  Frankie McComber, Kahnawake, Quebec (2017)      JWD

Girls Division – Highlands Course

  1. Leila Dizon, Los Angeles, Calif. (2018)      36-35–71
  1. Mary Parsons, Delta, British Columbia (2017)      38-33–71
  1. Emma Zhao, Windermere, Fla. (2018)      34-37–71
  1. Kynadie Adams, Gallatin, Tenn. (2022)      38-34–72
  1. Tiffany Kong, Vancouver, British Columbia (2019)      38-35–73
  1. Emily Zhu, Richmond Hill, Ontario (2022)      38-37–75
  1. Taylor Kehoe, Strathroy, Ontario (2021)      41-34–75
  1. Victoria Liu, (China) Vancouver, British Columbia (2021)      41-34–75
  1. Monet Chun, Richmond Hill, Ontario (2019)      39-37–76
  1. Esther Subin Lee, (Brazil) Maple Ridge, British Columbia (2018)      40-36–76
  1. Macy Somoskey, Sanford, Fla. (2018)      38-39–77
  1. Caroline Garay, La Jolla, Calif. (2019)      40-37–77
  1. Lauren May, Austin, Texas (2019)      40-38–78
  1. Tiffany Hu, Cerritos, Calif. (2018)      42-37–79
  1. Olivia White, Los Angeles, Calif. (2018)      41-40–81
  1. Tiana Cruz, (Canada) Kingston, Jamaica (2018)      42-41–83
  1. Sydney Naro, (Canada) Chonburi, Thailand (2018)      41-42–83
  1. Cynthia Zhao, Toronto, Ontario (2018)      44-40–84
  1. Cassie Kneen, Parker, Colo. (2017)      46-42–88
  1. Madeleine Garay, La Jolla, Calif. (2016)      48-41–89
  1. Jiayin Joy Liu, (China) Waterloo, Ontario (2020)      50-40–90
  1. Jue Wen, Toronto, Ontario (2019)      52-45–97

—  Isabella Portokalis, London, Ontario (2019)      47-QWD

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