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Carter Jenkins wins Rex Hospital Open junior invitation

Carter Jenkins of Leesville Road won the Rex Hospital Open junior invitation on Sunday by shooting two rounds of 2-under par 69. Jenkins total score of 138 was three strokes better than his Pride teammate Grayson Murray, who won the event last year by having a 5-under-par 66 in his second round.

Green Hope takes 4-A golf lead

PINEHURST--Defending individual state champion Michael Cromie of
Cary Green Hope is one of three golfers tied for the lead after
Monday's opening round of play in the 74th annual North Carolina High
School Athletic Association state 4-A men's golf championships at
Pinehurst number eight.

Boys golf mideast Regional team/individual scores

Here are the team scores and individual scores from the 4-A Mideast Regional held on Monday at Anderson Creek Country Club. The top three teams and a few individuals qualified for the state championship this upcoming Monday and Tuesday at Pinehurst No. 8.

 Team -- *if qualified for state championship Score
 *Broughton  288
 *Leesville Road  292
 *Green Hope 300
 Holly Springs  310
 Wakefield  314
 Apex  315
 Person County 321
 Northern Durham  326
 Riverside  329
 Fuquay-Varina  331


By team...

Apex: Andy Knox, 74*; Patrick Davey 80; Zach Smith 82; Joe McCormick NC; Zach Oplinger 80; Matt Sawaia 93

Fuquay-Varina: Matt Hancock 79;  Cameron Pratt 85; Tyler Hall 79; Mitch Webb 88; Dylan Frank 91; Adam Fecteau 89

Green Hope: Michael Cromie 70; Andrew Fowler 83; Ryan Gilbert 81; Nathan Pevyhouse 80; Owen Murphy 76; Will Thomas 74

Holly Springs: Jake Stone 75; Grant Houser 75; Nick Zurowski 80; Houston Stodghill 80; Andrew Lowe 88; Nick Binz 92


Other notable individuals...

Micah Lawrence, Lee County -- 74*

Alex Ehlert, Athens Drive -- 75

Brian Turner, Cary -- 79

Kevin Nagy, Cary -- 81

Area juniors advance to Golf Pride Junior Classic in Southern Pines

As junior golfers from around the nation are being introduced to some
of the Pinehurst region's outstanding courses this week,  a golfer
already acquainted with the layouts has put his local knowledge to

Zachary Martin of Pinehurst combined great putting with course
familiarity to win the 88-player Boys Division of Sunday's K12
qualifying tournament for this week's Golf Pride Junior Classic, which runs Tuesday through Thursday at Pine Needles Lodge and Golf Club in Southern Pines.

The 18-hole stroke-play qualifying event, conducted by the American Junior Golf Association, was played at the Mid Pines Inn and Golf Club at Southern Pines.

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