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Bellish, Ryu victorious on a cold Sunday

After establishing a large lead with an opening round of 75, Audrey Ryu came out on a cold and wet Sunday morning and did even better. Her 74 on day 2, started with a blazing start with 1 under par in the opening 7 holes that included a birdie on the par 5, 4th hole. Her 74 gave her the victory on one of the longest course setups this fall for the Girls 15-19 division.

Carson Bellish carded one of the most incredible rounds of the Fall season with 7 birdies and an eagle on Saturday. His -5 round of 67 gave him a four stroke lead heading into Sunday's round, however, Luke Schneider and Jake Lowis would post rounds of 74 and 72 respectively to tie with Carson for the overall win. The three way playoff for the overall title would commence on #10 a par 5 where Carson would sink a 15 footer for a birdie and claim his second win in a row on the GolfWeek Jr Tour.

Brayden Miller went wire-to-wire in his fourth win of the season and has developed a demanding lead in the Boys 13 & Under Player of the Year race. Brayden's first round included 8 birdies and he would add another 2 birdies on Sunday in the cold and wet conditions. Max VanderMolen made a solid charge on Sunday's round with a -1, 71, for the low round of the day but came up short and claimed second place.

Robert Burns played consistent golf all weekend carding 36-39-36-36 on the four nines. His Sunday 72 would tie for the low round of the day across the entire Boys 14-19 divisions and earned him the Boys 14-15 win by 4 strokes. This is Robert's first win on the GolfWeek Jr Tour

In the biggest field of the year for the Girls 14 & Under division, Angelina Gong took home the title by 9 strokes. Making birdies was the key to her success with 3 birdies in the first round, and another 5 birdies in Sunday's round. Angelina also picked up an AJGA PBE star for her win in the Girls 14 & Under division.

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