Recent Oakton graduate Amanda Steinhagen has claimed her second Virginia State Golf Association title in six days.

Steinhagen, winner of the Virginia Women’s Amateur on Friday, doubled her pleasure with a victory in the Virginia Junior Girls Championship Wednesday at Indian Creek Yacht and Country Club in Kilmarnock. Steinhagen, 18, is the first woman in 30 years to win both titles in the same year.

“I’m still trying to get over what’s happened,” Steinhagen told Andrew Blair of the VSGA. “I really just can’t believe everything that’s happened over the past week.”

On a day of high winds and soaring scores, Steinhagen, who will play on scholarship at Longwood, shot a 2-over-par 74 and held on for the victory. Steinhagen (68-74 – 212) finished with a 2-under-par score overall to beat Chesapeake’s Lauren Coughlin (70-74 – 214) by two strokes and Herndon’s Shabril Brewer (71-74 – 215) by three.

Local players who claimed age-group trophies were Shannon Brooks of Vienna (82-75 – 157), who came from nine strokes down to win the 12-13 division, and 8-year-old Victoria V. Tip-Aucha (45-44 – 89), who won the 11-and-under division, a 9-hole per day competition.