Play ended in the first Riddell National Bank scholarship tournament Thursday at Forest Park.
Sam Pollock and Megan Ramer were the two winners and will receive $500 scholarships for their efforts with $300 going to the second-place finishers and $200 to the third-place players in the event.
Pollock got par on the first hole of a playoff against Drew Cahill to win the boys division. Both posted five-under-par 208 scores for 54 holes.
Pollock trailed Cahill by three shots going into the final round and went 32-35 to shoot 67 and gain a tie. Cahill shot 70 in the final round.
Ryan Cahill had a 223 score to finish third and Andrew Behnke took fourth with 232.
Pollock graduated from Terre Haute North and will attend Franklin College. The Cahill brothers will be seniors at Terre Haute South.
Ramer shot 249 to win the girls division. She recently won her age division in the Terre Haute city junior tournament.
Idle Creek will have a two-day junior clinic next week and a tournament.
Scholarship money for underclassmen will be placed in escrow.
Riddell National Bank Scholarship Tournament
208 — Sam Pollock 69-72-67 (won playoff), Drew Cahill 68-70-70
223 — Ryan Cahill 76-70-77
232 — Andrew Behnke 78-76-78
245 — Seth Payton 76-81-88
247 — Keegan Roembke 85-78-84
290 — Luke Weaver 100-97-93
249 — Megan Ramer 79-82-88
310 — Gabrielle Noel 101-110-99
In other golf news:
• LaGrange wins, loses — At West Lafayette, Andrew LaGrange won one match and lost one in state junior boys tournament championship action Thursday at the Purdue Kampen Course.
LaGrange was seeded No. 20 for championship action and won twice on Wednesday. He defeated Chandler Mitchell of Greenwood 5 and 4 on Thursday to reach the Elite Eight and lost to No. 5 Keegan McKinney of Avon 3 and 2.
McKinney faces Michael VanDeventer of Columbus in one semifinal match today.
• Leader fires 69 — At Noblesville, Emily Poddzielinsk fired a 2-under-par 69 to assume the lead in the Indiana Women's Amateur on Thursday at Harbour Trees Golf Club, her home course.
She is at par-142 for the tournament and has a one-shot lead over two players going into the final round.
Rachel Welker of Terre Haute is tied for 20th with rounds of 79 and 76 for 155.