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The BC Cup

Tournament Information
Host: Lakewood Golf Club
Date: July 25th 2013  


 1994 BC CUP 2011

 The BC Cup Foundation, Inc. is pleased to announce its partnership with the newly-founded Kelly Gibson Junior Golf Tour.  The BC Cup Foundation was established for the benefit of worthy junior golfers in the southeast Louisiana area.  Host of the annual BC Cup Invitational Golf Tournament each summer at Money Hill Golf and Country Club, the Foundation awards college scholarships annually based on financial need, academic achievement, community service, and love of the game of golf. 
Since 2006, the BC Cup Foundation has awarded its college scholarships under the auspices of the Fore!Kids Foundation.  In 2009, the BC Cup Foundation raised $25,000 of the $33,000 in total scholarship money granted by the Fore!Kids Foundation, the BC Cup Foundation, and the New Orleans Golf Association.  Two $5,000 scholarships and six $2,500 scholarships were given to 4 young men and 4 young women; the money is sent directly to the student’s college or university to defray tuition and book expense.
The BC Cup Foundation was founded by local golf professionals Jimmy Headrick and Tim Hogan in memory of their sons, Colin Headrick and Barry Hogan.  Says Tim Hogan, Director of Golf at Money Hill, “When I learned that (PGA Tour Professional) Kelly Gibson had formed a junior golf tour and that Brad White was its Executive Director, the decision to partner with the Kelly Gibson Junior Golf Tour was easy.  Brad did an excellent job running the junior golf program for the Fore!Kids Foundation, and we knew he was just the right person to get Kelly’s program off the ground.”  Jimmy Headrick adds, “The Fore!Kids Foundation will still be our partner, but now the junior golf program will be spearheaded by the Kelly Gibson Junior Golf Tour.  We believe that Kelly’s leadership will help us further our goal of being the largest private donor of college scholarships in the New Orleans area.” 
Lindsey Ladouceur, a member of the BC Cup’s Board of Directors, emphasizes that these are not “golf scholarships” and that golfing skill and ability are not criteria which are considered.  “We happen to choose our recipients from participants in the junior golf program, but we look at the total individual and how the lessons learned from playing golf have made him or her a better person and more responsible citizen,” says Ms. Ladouceur.
The BC Cup Foundation is now accepting tax-deductible donations in any amount. Contributions may be mailed to 100 Country Club Drive, Abita Springs, LA   70420. 

2012 Results
Girls 18-22

Rank Last First Score
1 Braun Brooke 73
2 Failla Rachel 79
3 Landry Bridget 80
4 Harris Pearlissa 80
4 Nguyen Jenniger 80
6 Noibanchong Pair 81
7 Borda Elizabeth 86
8 Barattini Lauren 94
9 McLoughlin Charlotte 95
10 Hock Mia 104

Boys 18-22
Rank Last First Score
1 Manuel Tanner 70
2 Blanco Norman 74
3 Starkey Andrew 75
4 Plumb Tyler 75
5 Tomba Daniel 76
6 Cortazzo Paul 77
6 Wilson Eli 77
8 Hampton Matthew 79
8 Savoie Austin 79
10 Schillaci Austin 82

Girls 16-17
Rank Last First Score
1 Price Taylor Ann 94
2 Encalade Chase 100

Boys 16-17
Rank Last First Score
1 Harris Johnny 72
2 Ducasse Blake 74
3 Panepinto Casey 74
4 Perrilloux Lance 74
5 Loga Benjamin 76
6 Theriot Hunter 77
7 Clanton Beau 79
8 Andrews Zane 80
9 Culotta Jack 81
9 Lefort Evan 81
11 Ducasse Brandon 82
Girls 14-15
Rank Last First Score
1 Harris Angelica 77
2 Ennis Savannah 82
3 Bryan Michaela 97
4 Bernard Caitlyn 101
5 Selico-Dunn Alexandra 104
6 Failla Natalie 112

Boys 14-15  
Rank Last First Score
1 Bergeron Jacob 71
1 Troxler Colin 71
3 Blagrove Colton 72
4 Elston Triston 76
5 Glorioso Grant 78
6 Benoit Steven 79
7 Ferrer Michael 81
8 Ford Scott 82
8 Mundine Ryan 82
10 Ladmirault Brandon 90

 Boys 12-13
Rank Last Name Score
1 Donovan Sean 78
1 Hamner Jacob 78
3 Do Dominic 79
4 Pillai Daniel 79
5 Carino Carlo 80
5 Poche Raymond 80
5 Riolo Steve 80
8 Barrios Zachary 84
9 Bui Addison 86
10 Guidry Luke 91