The Gateway PGA Junior Golf tour made its first area stop Sunday, playing at Wolf Hollow Golf Club.
In the boys 15-up, 18-holes, division, there was a tie for the championship. Both Kaleb Counts (Sullivan) and Matt Hatley shot rounds of 80, nine over par, for their 18-holes score.
Kyle Sachs was third at 94.
In the boys 14-under, 18-holes, division, Benson Tyrrell shot 81, to edge Thomas Henson for the title by one stroke. Thomas Buffington was third at 83 and eight of the golfers broke 90 in that division.
In the girls 15-up, 18 holes, division, Brooke Thompson edged Marlee Clouatre for the title. Thompson shot 81, one stroke ahead of Clouatre. Mindy Hennrich was third at 91.
In the girls 14-under, 18 holes, division, Allison Bray was the winner at 81. Lacey Snell took second at 99 with Timia Walton third at 105.
In the boys 12-under, nine holes, division, Kal Kolar won with a score of 40.
Jake Renfer and Tyler Linenbroker tied for second at 45.
In the boys 13-up, nine holes, division, Union’s Will Schroeder tied Jonathan Ratterman at 44 for the championship. Zach Lewis was third.
In the girls 12-under, nine-holes, division, Brooke Biermann won at 48. Drew Nienhaus was second at 54 and Faith Davis shot 58.
In the girls 13-up, nine holes, division, Grace Renfer was the winner at 45. Lauren Hawley took second at 55, a stroke ahead of Lauren Gallagher.