Peterson, Milam and Dutiel win at ZDGA Jr. Amateur

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The Zanesville District Golf Association wrapped up its two day junior amateur tournament at EagleSticks Golf Course on Wednesday.

In the junior boy’s division it was 15-year-old Charlie Peterson that moved into the top spot. Peterson was at fifth going into Wednesday’s second round with a 77. He was able to shoot a 70 Wednesday to give him a score of 147. The second spot went to Conner Larimer who shot a 73 on the day for a total of 149. The 16-year-old was fourth going into the round. Tuesday’s leader finished Jaret Talbot finished the tournament in third with a 153.

It was Gracie Milam who hung on to her lead to win the junior girl’s division. Milam shot a 76 in her second round for a 151. There was no change in the second spot as Riley McKenzie held the position shooting a 72 Wednesday for a 151.

Finally in the college division it was 17-year-old Hunter Dutiel who came away with the win. Dutiel shot a 68 at EagleSticks to finish with a 146. Blake White took second shooting a 149 over the two days.

Nichole Hannahs
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