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ELDON — Jefferson City's Camryn Swinfard and Eldon's Kassidy Hull and Aidan Wells posted top-three finishes in the 16-18-year-old division Tuesday in the final stop of the Missouri Junior Tour at Eldon Country Club.

Hull took second place out of 13 golfers in the 16-18 girls division, shooting a 3-over 75. She birdied the second and eighth holes and added 12 pars in her round.

Swinfard was third, carding a 9-over 81. She birdied the par-5 first hole and finished with 10 pars to go with four bogeys and three double-bogeys.

Wells finished third in the 16-18 boys division with a 4-over 76. He eagled the first hole and birdied the second and 11th holes while adding nine pars.

Columbia's Joseph Fallis and Jackson Kreisman tied for first in the boys division with a 75, while Mexico's Lilly Knipfel won the girls division with a 2-over 74.

Jefferson City's Greta Hinds placed fifth in the 16-18 girls division with an 87, while Wardsville's Elliott Hull was ninth with a 95. Jefferson City's Sam Backes took 12th with a 103.

In the 16-18 boys division, Jefferson City's Jordan Ralston was seventh with an 83, followed by Eldon's Alex Lusher with an 86 and Jefferson City's Todd Bisges with an 87. Holts Summit's Ashton Caudle placed 12th with a 92.

California's William Boyd placed second in the 14-15 boys division with an 81, finishing six strokes behind Columbia's Andrew Fallis. Lake Ozark's Hanna Maschhoff won the 14-15 girls division with an 82.

Other winners from Tuesday's event were Grain Valley's Eli Herbert in the 12-13 boys division; Columbia's Kate Ryan int he 10-13 girls division; Columbia's Anson Munzlinger in the 10-11 boys division; Jefferson City's Jack Sinnett in the 8-9 boys division; and Columbia's Olivia Neal in the 8-9 girls division.

Next up is the Missouri Junior Tour Championship, which will be Aug. 9-10 at Osage National Golf Resort.

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