Huber, Hart remain in hunt at Junior Match Play

Ryan Rost watches his putt on the ninth hole Tuesday at Eagle Knoll Golf Club during the Junior Match Play Championships.

Ryan Rost watches his putt on the ninth hole Tuesday at Eagle Knoll Golf Club during the Junior Match Play Championships. Photo by Julie Smith.

HARTSBURG, MO. — Two area golfers are still alive after a long day of play Tuesday in the Missouri Junior Match Play Championship.

After stroke play Monday cut the field down to 32 players, the remaining competitors took to the course at Eagle Knoll Golf Club for two rounds of match play.

When the day was over, Jefferson City’s Michael Huber and Russellville’s Matthew Hart had advanced to today's quarterfinal round.

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