Several Madison County youth golfers turned in impressive results this past weekend at the Golfweek Junior Tour Championship in Lexington.

The three-day event was held at the University Club of Kentucky.

In the boys 13-and-under division, Richmond's Warren Thomis took the title after shooting an even-par 216. He shot rounds of 72, 73 and 71.

Richmond's Landen Howard took second place in this age group. He had rounds of 75, 71 and 73 and finished at a +3, 219.

That performance secured the Golfweek Player of the Year award for Howard. He had 1,831 points, almost 500 more than any other golfer in the boys 13-and-under division.

Howard had five title this season — the most by any player in an age group on the tour — and also had four-second place finishes.

Howard finished the season with a scoring average of 73.5 and is the first Golfweek Player of the Year from Kentucky.

Howard will be featured in Golfweek Magazine.

In the girls 15-19 year-old division, Madison Central's Mattie Neeley finished in 22nd place at the Golfweek Junior Tour Championship.

She shot a +4, 233 (79, 78, 76).

In the boys 14-15 year-old division, Richmond's Mason Hamrick shot a +13, 229 and finished tied for 11th. He shot rounds of 78 and 80 before closing out the tournament with a -1, 71 in the final round.

Richmond's Cooper Eberle shot a +24, 240 and finished 31st. He shot rounds of 79, 80 and 81.

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