Kelly Shon of Port Washington, about ready to start her first year at Princeton and just off her strong performance in the U.S. Women's Amateur, won the American Junior Golf Association tournament at Kingsmill, Va.

       Shon had the best round of the week in the girls division, a 4-under-par 67, and finished at 209.

“I stayed patient the whole round and made some putts,” Shon said. “My putting was rock solid. It’s hard to believe because entering the tournament I had little faith in my putter, but today it was rock solid.”

Annie Park of Levittown finished fourth.

The final results:

 

 

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GIRLS DIVISION

Kelly Shon, Port Washington, N.Y.  73-69-67—209

Daniela Lendl, Vero Beach, Fla.  71-72-70—213

Amira Alexander, Alpharetta, Ga.  71-69-75—215

Annie Park, Levittown, N.Y.  74-73-69—216

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Lauren Coughlin, Chesapeake, Va.  76-71-70—217

Ju-hee Bae, Fairfax, Va.  72-75-73—220
Rinko Mitsunaga, Roswell, Ga.  71-76-73—220

Erica Herr, New Hope, Pa.  79-74-73—226

Hally Leadbetter, Bradenton, Fla.  75-75-78—228

Scotland Preston, Mountainside, N.J.  78-73-78—229

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August Kim, Searingtown, N.Y.  76-75-82—233

Hasamone Nimjareansuk, Alexandria, Va.  80-78-76—234

Kayleigh Reed, Virginia Beach, Va.  80-78-76—234

Isabelle Galantino, Westbury, N.Y.  79-77-79—235

Victoria DeGroodt, Walden, N.Y  80-78-78—236

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Jessie Merrill, Reston, Va.  77-78-82—237

Gina Kabasakalis, Alameda, Calif.  81-77-82—240

Cassandra Deeg, Withrow, MN  84-74-84—242