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Third Round Results from T-O Junior Golf

Leaders from the third round of the Texas-Oklahoma Junior Golf Tournament:

Girls Open Championship - Par 215

1. Sierra Campbell   71-69-72--212
2. Sarah Moore        73-68-71--212
3. Ali Cowan             70-74-71--215
4. Ingrid Gutierrez    74-71-71--216
T5. Julie Houston      76-71-71--218
T5. Taylor Dobson     76-72-70--218
T7. Kailey Collier       71-72-78--221
T7. Esther Cha          73-78-70--221
T9. Libby Thomas      76-71-75--222
T9. Megan Thothong 73-80-69--222

Boys Open Championship - Par 214

1. Mason Overstreet  70-70-71--211
2. Dylan Yarbrough    67-77-72--216
T3. Zach James          69-76-72--217
T3. Tanner Napier      73-77-67--217
T5. Trevor Komenda   72-71-76--219
T5. Stratton Nolen      73-73-73--219
T5. Travis Benson       71-79-69--219
T8. Ryan Johnson       69-72-79--220
T8. Jared Baker          73-71-76--220
T10. Nick Louy            73-71-78--222
T10. Brandon Schafer 67-77-78--222

Girls 14-15 - Par 215 (Final Standings)

1. Camille Enright        69-72-73--214
2. Carolina Rotzinger  74-75-74--223
T3. Caylee Senn          78-75-75--228
T3. Pauline Nguyen     80-75-73--228
5. Courtney Bryant      77-75-77--229

Boys 14-15 - Par 215 (Final Standings)

1. Drew Jones        68-65-70--203
T2. Sergio Amieiro  71-69-72--212
T2. Kyle Hogan       71-70-71--212
4. Parker Beaty      70-72-72--214
5. Adam House       70-72-73--215

Boys 12-13 - Par 215 (Final Standings)

1. Noah Goodwin     68-67-72--207
2. Parker Coody       71-70-70--211
3. Kyle Cox               71-70-74--215
4. Pierceson Coody  76-70-72--218
5. Matthew Braley    72-71-78--221

Boys 10-11 - Par 215 (Final Standings)

1. Scott Roden                 75-73-73--221
2. Stephen Campbell, Jr.  81-76-71--228
3. Colier Curd                   79-75-79--233
4. Shaheen Momin            81-74-79--234
5. Matthew Griggs            79-76-81--236

Check out tee times for the final round at Weeks Park here!

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