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Hometown Champions

Teeing it up in his hometown, Clay Pendergrass, took the early lead in round one with an opening 34 and would never relinquish his lead. His opening round included 4 birdies and no bogies, and he would continue the bogey free play until his 8th hole in the second round. His final round of even par, 72, would claim the Boys 16-19 title and was just enough to edge out Warren Thomis for the overall Boys title.

Mary Keene Marrs posted 7 birdies for the weekend on the way to her 8 stroke victory in the Girls 15-19 division and overall Girls win. This is her first win in two starts this season and the second round score of 70, which included 3 birdies and 1 bogey, is her lowest round on the GolfWeek Jr Tour.

Coming off of a win last weekend at Bowling Green CC, and also in his hometown, Warren Thomis, put on a dominant performance with an opening round 69 that included 5 birdies. His second round started with an up and down front nine that included 3 bogies and 4 birdies, but would settle into a back nine with 8 pars and a bogey. His second round 72 would claim the Boys 14-15 division by 5 strokes and his second win in two starts this year.

In her first appearance on the GolfWeek Jr Tour, Athena Singh had a dominate performance with an incredible 74-75 that claimed the Girls 14 & Under title, but also put her in contention for the overall Girls title as well. Her first round would include 3 birdies and she would post another 2 birdies in the second round. Her solid play all weekend would get her first win in her first start on the tour.

Bradford Lacefield moved one step closer to Brayden Miller in the Player of the Year race with his first win of the season and sixth top 3 performance. He came out firing in round one with 4 birdies and a 1 under par 71. In a cold and rainy round two, he would add another 3 birdies for a 76 and claim the Boys 13 & Under win by 8 strokes.

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