ROANOKE, VA (May 22, 2011) -- Sisters Moriya and Ariya Jutanugarn of Bancock, Thailand finished the girls 15-18 division of the Scott Robertson Memorial Golf Tournament in first and second place. Moriya fired a phenomenal three round total of 197 with scores of 66-64- 67, besting her younger sister Ariya by a whopping 13 strokes. Ariya shot 210 with respectable rounds of 70-71-69. Taking third place with 211 was reigning U.S. Junior Girls champion Doris Chen who recovered from a first round 75 with a 64 and 72.

In the boys 15 - 18 division, the winner was James Yoon of Paraguay who resides in Bradenton, Florida shot 207 with rounds of 73- 66-68. Two back at 209 was Jake Mondy of Blacksburg, Virginia. Third went to Kyle Kochevar of Glen Ellyn, Illinois with 210.

In the boys 14 and under division, Daniel Jaramillo of Columbia, who resides in Bradenton, Florida was the winner at 216 with rounds of 73-73-70. There was a tie for second at 219 with Trevor Phillips of Inman, South Carolina 76-73-70 and Eric Bae of South Korea who resides in Cary, North Carolina 68- 79-72.

Megan Khang of Rockland, Maine was the winner of the girls 14 and under division with a 215 shooting rounds of 73-73-69. Emily Campbell of Carollton, Texas was one back at 216 with 72-73-72.

The Scott Robertson Memorial Golf Tournament is held in memory of Scott Robertson, a promising young Roanoke Country Club golfer.

Scott, a 14 year-old ninth grader at North Cross School, was a top student and sports enthusiast who had won his age division in several junior golf tournaments. Scott died as a result of infectious mononucleosis in the summer of 1982.

The field was brimming with top junior amateurs from all over the world including 2010 AJGA 1st and 2nd team All-Americans, 2010 Cannon Cup team members and 2009 U.S./European Junior Solheim Cup team members.

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