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Haarer Into the Hall of Fame with Win

Silas Haarer started Saturday tied for tenth place after an opening 73 against a loaded field at Gibson Bay Golf Course. Sunday would be a day to remember as he recorded six birdies against only one bogey on his way to a five under par 67. Birdies at 16 and 17 catapulted him into a playoff. After a par on the first hole, he birdied the second hole to capture his fourth Golfweek Junior Tour title and join the Hall of Fame. Finley Bartlett took second with a 69-71, 140 total. Charlie Spiller (73-68) and Samuel Harris (71-70) tied for third at 141.

Kylah Lunsford opened her tournament at Gibson Bay Golf Course with the low round of the tournament with a two under par 70. Despite that start, she found herself two strokes behind the leader at the turn on Sunday with only nine holes remaining. Kylah posted eight pars and a birdie on the back to finish with a 35 and a 74 on the day. It heled her capture her first Golfweek Junior Tour win. Elizabeth Ryu shot a pair of one over par 73s for a 146 total and second place. Meadow Tian rounded out the top three with a 75-73, 148 total.

Mike Quallich fired an opening round one under par 71 on Saturday at Gibson Bay Golf Course. That round left one behind the first round leader. Mike tied the lead after just a single hole on Sunday. He was in or near the lead for the entirety of the day and after a 73, he headed to a playoff. Mike birdied the first hole of the sudden death playoff to secure his first GJT victory in just four starts. Ravi Desai posted rounds of 70-74 for a 144 total and second place. Luc Kelty went 73-75, 148 and finished in third.

Kyle Smith shot a 73 on Saturday at Windmill Lakes Golf Club. That score left him 3 shots behind the leaders and tied for sixth place. Nevertheless, Kyle got going quickly on Sunday and made an eagle on the fifth hole. He then followed that p with birdies on the sixth and seventh hole. He wound up with a 31 on the front nine and finished out his round at three under par 67. That earned him his third Golfweek Junior Tour win of his career and second this year. Bradley Chill posted rounds of 68-72, 140 and finished in second place. Chris Pollak claimed third with scores of 70-72, 142 overall.

Ben Fauver kept his outstanding season rolling over the weekend with a win at Windmill Lakes Golf Club. Ben tied for the low round of the day on Saturday and then had the low round of the day by himself on Sunday. It was his steady play that earned him the title as he paced the field with 25 pars. No other player had more than 20. The win was the seventh of Ben's Golfweek Junior Tour career and fifth this season. Aaron Didjunas took second place with a pair of 73s for a 146. Benjamin Berridge shot 71-79, 150 for third place.

Eva Bulger was nearly flawless in her opening round on Saturday at Windmill Lakes Golf Club. Eva made three birdies and pushed her score to three under before a couple late bogeys saw her finish at one under par 69. That round gave her an eight shot overnight lead. She extended the lead even more on Sunday with a 74. She finished with her first Golfweek Junior Tour win by a whopping 14 shots. Zoe Mort fired 77-80 for a 157 total and second place. Kristina Chill (85-80) came in third at 165.

Sarah Vojtko posted the round of the day on both days at Windmill Lakes Golf Club to capture her first Golfweek Junior Tour title. On Saturday, Sarah grabbed the first round lead with an opening 81. It didn't giver her much breathing room, as she only led by a stroke. Despite that, she never lost the lead on Sunday. Sarah recorded a 78 and took home the title with a 159, four clear of any opponents. Anna Phillips shot 82-81 for a 163 total and second place over the weekend. Ellie Hutzler went 89-79, 168 total for third.


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