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Juniors solid at Bermuda Run

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By The Staff

Solid play highlighted the Lancaster chapter of the S.C. Junior Golf Association’s visit to Bermuda Run on Monday.The brother duo of Trevor and Taylor Banks continued their course battle, with Trevor prevailing with a 70 to take a narrow lead in the overall points – 95-90. Taylor Banks carded a par 72 over 18 holes to place second and trail Trevor by five points.Charlie Caldwell and John Heath each shot a 74 to place third in the boys 15-18 age group.Corey Robinson is third in the overall points with 66.In the boys 13-14 age group, Jalen Terry captured first at Bermuda Run with a 76 over 18 holes. Austin Terry shot an 80 for second and Dalton Bradley fashioned a 82.Ben Miller, who has four tournament wins, tops the division points with 100. Jalen Terry is second with 85 points. Austin Terry is third overall with 69 total points.Evan Faile and Jacob Bailey battled to a tie at 38 each in the boys 10-12 age group. Sam Caldwell followed with a 43. Logan Sowell shot a 44 to finish third.Bailey’s win helped him stay on top in the overall points with 100. Faile is second with 91 and Caldwell has 85 points.“T” Sutton and Mason Sowell battled to a draw in the boys’ 6-7 age group as each shot a 20 over five holes.Jacob Cato was second with a 26, a shot ahead of Jalen Woodard’s 27.Sutton leads the overall points with 100. Sowell is second with 90 and Austin Evans follows with 61.In the boys 8-9 age group, Brady Hinkle aided his division points lead with a 20 for 100 points this season. Latavius Woodard followed with a 22. Michael Williams, Scottie Walker, Avery Hinkle and Christopher Robertson each fashioned a 26.Williams is second overall in points with 72 and Evan Hardin has 69.Hayden Thorne shot a 21 to top the girls’ 8-10 field. Thorne’s win gave her 100 points on the season. Baylee Evans and Emily Cox each shot a 24 to tie for second. Ina Roberts carded a 33.Evans is second overall with 95 points, while Cox has 80 points for third place.Alexandria McCain topped the girls 11-13 field with a 53 and Samantha Melton followed with a 55.Hannah McCain carded a 59. Alexandria McCain leads the overall points with 100. Melton follows with 80 and Hannah McCain has 68 points.Haley Heath paced the girls’ 14-18 age division with an 81 to give her 100 points this season. Kendall Boone was second with a 108 and Madison Morgan had a 122.Morgan has 68 points, while Boone sports 60.The juniors cap regular-season play with the two-day Roy Small Junior Championship on Monday and Tuesday at the Lancaster Golf Club.The Roy Small Junior Championship is held in memory of the late Roy Small, a member of the Lancaster Athletic Hall of Fame. Small was an avid supporter of junior golf during his life.