Several golfers from Madison County moved up the leaderboard on Tuesday during the final round of the Kentucky PGA Girls Junior Amateur in Georgetown.
Madison Central graduate Mackenzie Neal shot a +2, 74, for the second-straight day. She moved up one spot and finished fifth with a total score of 148 (+4).
Neal has signed with Morehead State.
The two-day event was held at Cherry Blossom Golf Club.
Reagan Clark shot a +8, 80, on Tuesday and finished in a tie for 16th place. She finished at +15, 159.
Elizabeth Eberle shot an 86 in the opening round, but bounced back with a +7, 79, and moved up to a tied for 29th place. She finished at +21, 165.
Claira Ramsey shot a 95 in the final round and finished 47th after posting a score of +39, 183.
Allison Shaffer shot a +20, 92 in both rounds. She finished tied for 48th at 184.
Lydia Harrell moved up one spot on the final day to finish 52nd. She shot a 109 on Monday, but had a +19, 91 on Tuesday.
She finished with a two-day score of +56, 200.
Lexington Christian Academy standout Laney Frye was in third place after the first round, but dominated the field on Tuesday. She had eight birdies and one eagle on the way to shooting a -8, 64.
She finished at -7, 137 and on won by four shots over Faith Martin of Rockfield.
Youth golfers from Madison County posted solid scores on the first day of the Kentucky PGA Boys Junior Amateur in Bardstown.
The two-day event is being held at the Bardstown Country Club.
Richmond's Gavin McKune is tied for 44th after shooting a +5, 77.
Madison Central's Clay Pendergrass shot a +6, 78, and it tied for 52nd.
Model's Mason Hamrick shot a +7, 79, and is tied for 54th.
Madison Central's Cameron Travis had a +8, 80, and is tied for 63rd.
Cooper Eberle shot a +9, 81, and is tied for 70th.
The final round is set for today.
Owen Stamper of Scottsville shot a -9, 63, and leads the event by four strokes over both Luke Coyle of Campbellsville and Jansen Preston of Lexington.