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Little City Golf Tour completes 2 rounds

The 2022 Little City Tour has had two golf meets so far this season.

Middle school and high school golfers competed on June 17 at Etna Acres Golf Course in Andrews and on June 21 at Arbor Trace Golf Course in Marion.
Javin Gray shot a three-over-par 75 to win the high school boys competition.

Second place went to Rowdy Frey with a 76, while Griffin Chambers was third with a 77.

Rounding out the top 10 were Connor Trump, fourth place (85), Wes Parker, fifth place (88), Austin Williams, sixth place (94), Carter Elkins, seventh place (96), Camron Metcalf, eighth place (97), Brody Hillis, ninth place (99), and Carson Hess, tenth place (100).

In the high school girls competition, Olivia Bailey shot 79 to finish first.
Second place went to Elizabeth Lytle with an 81, and third place went to Payton Moore with an 87.

Finishing fourth was Ava Thomas with a 91, Audrey Malott was fifth with 124, Isabel Snyder was sixth with 134, and Julia Stephens with 135.
Molly Moore shot 48 in the nine-hole Middle School competition.

Benjamin Wynkoop shot 50 to finish second, and JT Dobbs was third with a 51.

Rounding out the top 10 were Rocket Schwartz, fourth place (53), Ross Andrews, fifth place (53), Bode Sorg, sixth place (53), Kamden Oswalt, seventh place (57), Dylan Powell, eighth place (57), Landen Gibbs-Whalen, ninth place (58), and Will Parker, tenth place (59).

Gray also won the high school boys competition at Arbor Trace, shooting a two-over-par 74.

Cole Collins was second with 77 and Chambers was third with 80.

Rounding out the top 10 were Parker, fourth place (81), Trent Nelson, fifth place (81), Frey, sixth place (83), William Nelson, seventh place (85), Elkins, eighth place (87), Bryson Ragland, ninth place (100), and Jed Frey, tenth place (105).

Moore shot 77 to capture the high school girls competition.
Second place went to Lytle with an 80, and Cartwright was third with 80.

Kenley McWhirt was fourth with 92, Hannah Wilson was fifth with 103, and Malott was sixth with 107. Kaylee Induntz rounded out the field with a 143.
In Middle School competition, Wynkoop shot a 46 to win the nine-hole competition.

Second place went to Jarret McWhirt with a 46, and Matthew Bowser was third with 47.

Rounding out the top 10 were Moore, fourth place (47), Dobbs, fifth place (49), Luke Buzzard, sixth place (55), Will Parker, seventh place (57), Ayla Dale, eighth place (60), Powell, ninth place (61), and Kassidy Cartwright, tenth place (66).

Competition moved to Chippendale Golf Course on June 23, and Peru Municipal Golf Course on June 30.