Weekend Round-Up: Prodigy Racks Up 17 Wins as Bygde Lewis Stays Perfect, Father Son Pair Shines


Article by Idris Garcia

Team Prodigy was on a mission last weekend, totalling 17 wins across five different divisions.

Ragna Bygde Lewis has played three tournaments in 2018, and has won all three by an average margin of just over 11 strokes. She continued to dominate in Michigan at the Wolf Pack Discs Open in Jackson. Lewis shot a 6-over par 114 to win by seven strokes.

At the Amateur Championships at Bowling Green in Bowling Green, Ky., the father-son duo of Billy Ray Osborn and Adam Osborn won the Amateur Masters 50+ and Recreational divisions respectively.

Billy Ray Osborn shot the hot round in all four rounds and the final nine to pull away from his competition throughout the event. He would finish with a 26-under par 233, which was 11 strokes ahead of second.

Fourteen-year-old Adam Osborn found himself in a tighter race, holding off a second place charge in the final nine to come away with a one stroke win. He shot a 14-under par 241 for the weekend.

Another young teammate, Harper Thompson, finished tied for 11th out of 162 competitors in Advanced, shooting a 24-under par 212.

Ricky Snapp and Cody Bradshaw battled it out in Virginia and traded wins. Snapp got the best of Bradshaw in a playoff at the 21st Annual Spring Pro/Am in Williamsburg. He came back from two strokes down to tie it after round two. They finished with matching 23-under par 106s.

Bradshaw won the 12th Annual Bayville Spring Pro/Am in Virginia Beach the next day, with Snapp finishing in fourth. Bradshaw was down one after the first round but his hot score the second round landed him at a 1-under par 119 for the win. Snapp shot a 3-over par 123.

Allie Stone joined her teammates in Virginia, picking up two wins in Open Women. Stone won the Lucky Shot at Maurertown #2 in Maurertown with an 8-over par 120 and the Winchester GHO - I81DGS #3 in Winchester with a 15-over par 127. Sam Shiley was also in Maurertown and finished in second in Open Men.

Matt Versola won for the second weekend in a row, this time at the Eagle Eye Open in Armuchee, Ga. Versola used a 1039-rated opening round as a springboard into a five stroke win. He finished with a 19-under par 198.

Isaac Robinson finished second, shooting a 14-under par 203, and Dylan Holt finished tied for fifth with Ezra Robinson, shooting a 9-under par 177. Austin Lytle’s 6-under par 180 landed him in seventh.

After a narrow defeat in Texas, Paul Ulibarri returned to his native Arizona to grab a convincing win at the Watson Skip in Prescott. His three round total of a 39-under par 151 was good enough for a 16 stroke victory.

Dan Hastings also won in convincing fashion, taking down the 2018 Yadkinville Spring Shootout in Yadkinville, N.C., by 11 throws. Hastings shot rounds rated 1033, 1047 and 1037 on his way to a 43-under par 173 total after four rounds. Delany Thomas won the Advanced division by a five stroke margin.

Jared Person won the Queen City Classic in Helena, Mont., with an exciting finish. Person tied for first at a 10-under par 105 after two rounds. He tossed the exact same score as his second place counterpart in both rounds before winning in a playoff.

Cale Leiviska won the Spring RIP-IT in Shakopee, Minn., in his first sanctioned tournament since March 17. Leiviska finished with a 25-under par 89 to win by two. Daniel Polk finished tied for fourth.

Dawson Snelling got his first Advanced win at an A-Tier at THE RUMBLE in Moline, Ill. He averaged 54 points above his rating to shoot a 19-under par 194.

Manabu Kajiyama won his second tournament in as many weekends at the The 29th Tokyo Open in Koto-ku, Tokyo, Japan. Yukaro Satai finished 10th.

Jaimie Pay won the ODSA Flex Tour - Niagara Falls Reboot, a one round event in Niagra Falls, Ontario, Canada. Clayton Morgan finished third.

Matt Orum claimed the win at the Southside Smackdown, a Southern Nationals event in Mobile, Ala. Fellow Alabama native Cameron Colglazier came in second.

Tournament Player - Finish
The Amateur Championships at Bowling Green 🏆 Adam Osborn - 1st (Rec)

🏆 Billy Ray Osborn- 1st (AM50+)

Harper Thompson - 11th (Adv)
Wolf Pack Discs Open 🏆 Ragna Bygde Lewis - 1st (FPO)
Eagle Eye Open 🏆 Matt Versola - 1st
Isaac Robinson - 2nd
Dylan Holt - T 5th
Ezra Robinson - T5th
Southside Smackdown 🏆 Matt Orum - 1st
Cameron Colglazier - 2nd
ODSA Flex Tour - Niagara Falls Reboot 🏆 Jamie Pay - 1st
Clayton Morgan - 3rd
Spring RIP-IT 🏆 Cale Leiviska - 1st
Daniel Polk - T 4th
12th Annual Bayville Spring Pro/Am 🏆 Cody Bradshaw - 1st
Ricky Snapp - 4th
2Lucky Shot at Maurertown #2 🏆 Allie Stone - 1st (FPO)

Sam Shiley - 2nd
2018 Yadkinville Spring Shootout 🏆 Dan Hastings - 1st

🏆 Delany Thomas - 1st (Adv)
The 29th Tokyo Open 🏆 Manabu Kajiyama - 1st
Yukaro Satai - 10th
Winchester GHO - I81DGS #3 🏆 Allie Stone - 1st (FPO)
The Queen City Classic 🏆 Jared Person - 1st
The 16th Saga Open 🏆 Manabu Kajiyama - 1st
Watson Skip 🏆 Paul Ulibarri - 1st
THE RUMBLE 🏆 Dawson Snelling - 1st (Adv)
Steve Watson Memorial Marcos Castillo - 2nd 
Tour de Rocket City - Stage 2 at Indian Creek Benjamin Page - 2nd 
The 1st Lost Woods Open Jon McCain - 2nd (Adv)
Willibrew Open Zach Longeill - T 3rd
Mischief @ Millstream GDG $5k/$10k Event Daniel Polk - T 5th
The Angelo Perrone Memorial Joshua Seeley - 6th