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Standouts from Madison County took first place in five age groups during a Bluegrass Golf Tour event on Thursday at Gibson Bay. Mollie Neeley (+7, 43, claimed the title in the girls 12-and-under division.

Standouts from Madison County took first place in five age groups during a Bluegrass Golf Tour event on Thursday at Gibson Bay.

Claira Ramsey shot a +1, 73, to take the title in the girls 15-18 year-old division.

Abi Buchanan (+9, 81) had the top score in the girls 14-and-under division.

Radney Bales won the boys 10-and-under title with a +3, 39.

Emily Barney was the winner in the girls 13-18 year-old nine hole division with a +17, 53 and Mollie Neeley (+7, 43, claimed the title in the girls 12-and-under division.

Several other local golfers turned in solid performances as well.

In the girls 15-18 year-old division, Kasey Cameron and Elizabeth Eberle (+10, 82) tied for fifth. Lydia Harrell (+11, 83) tied for seventh. Katherine Taylor (+12, 84) tied for 10th and Abigail Barrett (+31, 103) was 15th.

In the girls 14-and-under division, Amelia Harrell (+13) was second, Haley Rice and Mackenzie Federspiel (+16) tied for third and Haley Federspiel (+30) was seventh.

Aubrey Barrow was second in the girls 13-18 year-old nine hole division with a score of +20 (56).

In the girls 12-and-under division, Macy Pendergrass (+10) tied for second. Jenna Ramsey (+15) was fourth and Kelsee Bacon (+29) was seventh.

In the boys 15-18 year-old-division, Warren Thomis shot a +2, 74, and finished tied for third.

In the boys 12-14 year-old division, Reece Keeton of Richmond fired a +26 and finished sixth.

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