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T.O. Jr Golf Third Round Leaderboard

Girls' Open Championship

Champions Course at Weeks Park - Par 72

1. Megan Blonien (Altus, OK) 74-76-73--223  +9
T2. Marla Souvannasing (Tulsa, OK) 72-77-76--225  +11
T2. Ingrid Gutierrez (Mexico) 73-79-73--225  +11
4. Ali Renea Cowan (Victoria) 78-79-69--226  +12
5. Chaithra Katemneni (Coppell) 75-85-70--230 +16
T6. Katie-Lee Wilson (Owasso, OK) 70-84-78--232  +18
T6. Emily Gilbreath (Bellaire) 75-83-74--232  +18
T6. Megan Thothong (Dallas) 75-83-74--232  +18
9. Sarah Moore (Burkburnett) 73-83-77--233  +19
10. Sarah Brown (Mt. Pleasant) 79-81-74--234  +20

Taylor Segler (Electra) 83-99-91--273 CUT
Chandy Cornelius (Burkburnett) 105-118-110--333 CUT

Boys' Open Championship

Wichita Falls Country Club - Par 71

1. Brooklin Bailey (Waco) 73-68-71--212  -2
T2. Matt Porter (Seymour) 72-72-76--220  +6
T2. Andrew Duff (Tenn.) 74-72-74--220  +6
T4. Justin Williams (Austin) 79-68-75--222  +8
T4. Cody Byford (Round Rock) 77-74-71--222  +8
T6. Taylor Mihok (Aledo) 73-76-74--223  +9
T6. Miguel Collado (Mexico) 77-76-70--223  +9
8. Cameron Speyer (Lakeway) 77-74-73--224  +10
T9. Travis Benson (Granbury) 74-74-77--225  +11
T9. Nathan Gray (Flower Mound) 74-76-75--225  +11
11. Jared Baker (Holliday) 76-74-76--226  +12

Bobby Stone (Lakeside City) 79-80-73--232 +18
Colton Kowalick (Rider/MSU) 85-75-83--243  CUT
Ryder Dillard (Munday) 78-89-76--243  CUT
Victor Wattigny (WFHS) 80-84-82--246  CUT
Spencer Skidmore (Graham) 84-82-84--250  CUT
John Sprague (Olney) 86-81-84--251  CUT
Ryan Buchanan (Graham) 88-81-83--251  CUT
Colin Conway (WFHS) 88-78-90--256  CUT
Colby Work (WFHS) 87-85-89--261  CUT
Collin Porter (Rider) 89-82-92--263  CUT
Jordan Freeman (Quanah) 86-80-98--264  CUT
Jordan Everett (WFHS) 94-78-93--265  CUT
Ky Mahler (Olney) 96-85-86--267  CUT
Tye Lawson (Holliday) 98-89-92--279  CUT
Nathan Morris (Quanah) 103-108-113--324  CUT

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