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Golf Ontario – UXBRIDGE/STOUFFVILLE — Day two of the Investors Group Junior Boys’ and Girls’ Spring Classics saw the rain move in as cooler and damp conditions dominated the rounds. The girls’ event got underway first thing with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start at Sleepy Hollow in Stouffville, while the boys teed off at Wooden Sticks in Uxbridge at noon.

Investors Group Junior Girls’ Spring Classic

The rainy conditions certainly made things more difficult for the girls’ event but the players did their best to battle through the conditions. When all of the scores were in, it was still Richmond Hill’s Monet Chun who held the lead at two-over (71-75-146). Chun, 16 from The Summit Golf & Country Club, followed up her opening round of one-under with a three-over second round. The Golf Canada Development Squad and former Team Ontario player will take an eight-shot lead into the final round.

Sitting in second is Maple’s Alyssa DiMarcantonio. DiMarcantonio, 14 and a member of Station Creek Golf Club and Team Ontario, was seven-over during the second round and is now at 10-over (75-79-154) for the tournament.

Following DiMarcantonio is a four-way tie for third place at 12-over for the tournament. Sharing that spot are: Richmond Hill’s Emily Zhu (75-81-156), Niagara Falls’ Emily Ward (79-77-156), Strathroy’s Taylor Kehoe (78-78-156), and Windsor’s Jasmine Ly (79-77-156).

The final round for the girls will begin at 1 p.m. on Monday with the final group set to tee of at 3 p.m. Full information, including pairings and the leaderboard can be found on the tournament site at:

Investors Group Junior Boys’ Spring Classic

Even with the rain, two players were able to power through and carded under-par rounds during the second day of the Junior Boys’ Spring Classic. One of those rounds belonged to Thornhill’s Kelvin Lim. Lim, 15 from Station Creek Golf Club, fired a two-under (70) on the day to go along with his three-over opening round. Lim now leads at one-over (75-70-145) for the tournament. Lim also moved into top spot in the Juvenile Championship.

Just one shot back is the opening-round leader Mississauga’s Sudarshan Yellamaraju. The 15-year-old from Blue Springs Golf Club followed up his even par opening round with a two-over (74) in round two. He is now two-over (72-74-146) for the championship.

Rounding out the top three is Brantford’s Eric Shea. Shea, 17 from Brantford Golf & Country Club, was the only other player to card an under-par round on the day, matching Lim’s two-under (70). Shea is just two back at three-over (77-70-147).  

After the round, the field was cut to the lowest 40 scores and ties. The cut was set at 18-over (162) and an even 40 players advanced to the final round. Tee times for round three begin at noon on Monday. For full tournament information, including the leaderboard and round two pairings see the tournament site at:

About the Investors Group Spring Classic

The Investors Group Junior Spring Classic is a 54-hole stroke-play competition contested annually over the Victoria Day long weekend that features many of Ontario’s best male and female junior golfers. The field of competitors gained entry to the competition through a qualifying process earlier in the season.


Golf Ontario is Ontario’s Provincial Sport Organization focused on enhancing participation, elevating performance and supporting the passion of golfers in Ontario. With over 90,000 individual members and 450 member clubs, Golf Ontario is one of the largest golf associations in the world.  From rating courses and keeping the integral rules of the game intact, to growing the game at the grassroots level and getting the game of golf into our school systems, to keeping the Ontario golf community aware of all relevant issues and hosting the best amateur tournaments in Canada, Golf Ontario is a passionate group dedicated to making golf better for everyone in Ontario. We share a love and passion for golf, while preserving its past, fostering its future, and championing golf’s best interests for everyone who enjoys the sport.

For more information please contact:

Darren Matte, Communications and Marketing Coordinator

Golf Ontario

905-852-1101 ext. 234


Results for contest Junior Girls:
 1   Monet Chun                71-75--146 +2    
 2   Alyssa DiMarcantonio      75-79--154 +10   
 T3  Emily Ward                79-77--156 +12   
 T3  Emily Zhu                 75-81--156 +12   
 T3  Taylor Kehoe              78-78--156 +12   
 T3  Jasmine Ly                79-77--156 +12   
 7   Kristen Giles             79-78--157 +13   
 8   Hailey Katona             83-78--161 +17   
 T9  Cynthia Zhao              78-87--165 +21   
 T9  Lexie McKay               86-79--165 +21   
 T9  Victoria Zheng            81-84--165 +21   
 T9  Shannon Coffey            84-81--165 +21   
 13  Kiley Rodrigues           84-82--166 +22   
 14  Adele Chun                85-82--167 +23   
 15  Hailey McLaughlin         83-86--169 +25   
 16  Ashley Chow               86-84--170 +26   
 T17 Catherine Zhang           81-91--172 +28   
 T17 Ellis Harvie              87-85--172 +28   
 T17 Sukriti Harjai            84-88--172 +28   
 T17 Vaijayanti Bharkhada      85-87--172 +28   
 21  Ava Koukofikas            85-88--173 +29   
 T22 Sarah Cushing             86-89--175 +31   
 T22 Vanessa Chychrun          83-92--175 +31   
 T24 Jillian A Friyia          89-87--176 +32   
 T24 Hansika Tathgur           85-91--176 +32   
 T26 Alexis McMurray           91-87--178 +34   
 T26 Jue Wen                   87-91--178 +34   
 T26 Raesa Sheikh              97-81--178 +34   
 29  Logan Hackett             88-93--181 +37   
 T30 Katherine Cranston        90-95--185 +41   
 T30 Maggie Jennings-Campbell  89-96--185 +41   
 T30 Megan Fitchett            93-92--185 +41   
 33  Sasha Baker               100-86--186 +42  
 T34 Mackenzie Morrison        92-96--188 +44   
 T34 Morgan Rutledge           95-93--188 +44   
 36  Jordan Jarrett            94-98--192 +48   
 37  Madeline Choi             110-105--215 +71 



WD  Kayla Burke               99-0–99 +27