CARRABASSETT VALLEY, Maine — Nicklas Staub, a 13-year-old from Boynton Beach, Florida, shot a 4-over-par 76 in the final round of the American Junior Golf Association Coca-Cola Junior Championship at the Sugarloaf Golf Club Thursday to take home his first AJGA championship title.

RuQing Guan, a 16-year-old from China, won the title in the girls division for her fourth consecutive AJGA tournament victory.

Cole Anderson of Camden finished four strokes off the lead and in third place overall for the highest finish for a competitor from Maine in the four-year history of the tournament at Sugarloaf.

Staub carded a 75 in the first round and a 74 in the second before his 76 on Thursday to finish at 225, and Anderson turned in rounds of 74, 78 and 77 for a 229 total.

Anderson, 15, and an incoming sophomore at Camden Hills Regional High School, was the 2015 Class A state champion and recently won the New England Junior Championship.

Caleb Manual of Topsham finished in a tie for 14th, and Eric Dugas of Pittsfield slipped to 26th after starting the day in a tie for seventh.

The only other Mainer to make the cut to the final round was Austin Legge of Cape Elizabeth, who finished 51st.

Guan finished with a 222 total after rounds of 75, 73 and 74.

During Wednesday’s second round, Sophia DiGesualdo of Austin, Texas, nailed a hole-in-one on Sugarloaf’s 11th hole en-route to a course-record 70.

DiGesualdo’s 2-under-par 70 broke the previous women’s course record of 71, held by PGA professional Abby Spector, but still left her one shot off the tournament lead, held by Guan.

DiGesualdo’s ace from 162 yards wasn’t enough to give her claim to shot-of-the-day honors, as Katie Lee of Ringoes, New Jersey, nailed an identical hole-in-one on the 11th.