LAKE OZARK — Eldon's Kassidy Hull and Jefferson City's Grayson Moore were among the division champions Monday in the final round of the Missouri Junior Tour Championship held at Osage National.
Hull posted a 5-over 77 in her second round to finish with a two-day total of 153, finishing 12 strokes ahead of the runner-up, Mexico's Lilly Knipfel, to win the girls 16-18-year-old division. Hull recorded birdies on the eighth and 15th holes to go with nine pars and seven bogeys.
Jefferson City's Greta Hinds finished third with a 167, shooting an 88 on Monday. Jefferson City's Camryn Swinfard was fourth with a 171 after carding an 87 in her second round.
Moore won the boys 12-13 division with a two-round total of 77, shooting a 4-over 40 in nine holes Monday. After posting an eagle and two birdies in Sunday's round, Moore finished with five pars and four bogeys.
Jefferson City's Dawson Schnieders was second, trailing Moore by one stroke with a 78. Schnieders shot a 38 in his second round with one birdie, five pars and three bogeys.
Jefferson City's Sam Closser took third with an 81, shooting a 40 on Monday. He had one birdie, four pars, three bogeys and one double-bogey.
Joseph Fallis of Columbia won the boys 16-18 division with a 150. Eldon's Aidan Wells finished second with a 154, shooting a 7-over 79 on Monday. He birdied the ninth hole and added 11 pars, five bogeys and one triple-bogey.
Rolla's Jonathan Jordan and Grain Valley's Owen Herbert tied for first in the boys 14-15 division, each shooting a 150. Jefferson City's Archer Schnieders was third with a 151, shooting a 1-over 73 on Monday with three birdies, 13 pars and two double-bogeys. California's William Boyd took fifth with a 172, shooting an 88 in his second round.
Columbia's Siena Minor placed first in the girls 14-15 division with a 154. Lake Ozark's Hanna Maschhoff was third with a 170, followed by Sunrise Beach's Sophia Sindlinger in fourth with a 177 and Jefferson City's Sophie Hinds in fifth with a 187.
In the remaining nine-hole divisions, Columbia's Kate Ryan won the girls 10-13 division, shooting a two-day total of 91. Jefferson City's Jaycie Lowery, who recorded a hole-in-one on the 89-yard fourth hole Sunday, finished second with a 98. Eldon's Haven Evers was third with a 100 and Jefferson City's Claire Sinnett was fourth with a 119.
Columbia's Anson Munzlinger won the boys 10-11 division with a 75. Jefferson City's Ty Brandt placed second with a 77, shooting a 1-over 37 on Monday, while Eldon's Cooper Toalson and Eli Cummings were third and fourth with an 80 and 83, respectively. Lake Ozark's Blayne Altermatt placed fifth with an 87.
Columbia's Blaine Munzlinger won the boys 8-9 division with a 78, one stroke ahead of Camdenton's Luke McGrath and Eldon's Graham Henley. Jefferson City's Jack Sinnett tied for fourth with Grain Valley's Isaac Herbert with an 83.
Columbia's Olivia Neal won the girls 8-9 division with an 85. Jefferson City's McKenzie Martin placed second with a 92 and Jefferson City's Claire Jones was third with a 112.