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Amateur golf: Henriksen, Bos take titles at Eagle Creek

Kenna Henriksen shoots a 96 and Colin Bos fires an 84 at the Willmar Junior Golf Foundation Junior Club Championship.

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WILLMAR — Kenna Henriksen and Colin Bos emerged as the winners in the oldest class of the Willmar Junior Golf Foundation’s Junior Club Championship on Friday at Eagle Creek Golf Club.

Henriksen won the girls’ age 16-18 division with an 18-hole round of 96.

Bos took first in the boys’ 16-18 division with an 84.

The most competitive finish of the day came in the boys’ 13-15 division. Aden Jackson beat Carson Besonen in a playoff. Both shot 74s. Jacobson birdied the first hole for the victory.

Willmar Jr. Golf Foundation Jr. Club Championship

Boys

Ages 7-9 (9 holes) — (1) Asher Means 55 … (2) Camden Delfosse 60 … (3) Zachary Rholoff 61
Ages 10-12 (9 holes) — (1) Luke Larson 45 … (2) Max Chapin 48 … (3) Jackson Armstrong 51
Ages 13-15 (18 holes, white tees) — (1) Aden Jacobson 74 (won playoff hole) … (2) Carson Besonen 74 … (3) Sawyer Dahl 98
Ages 16-18 (18 holes, blue tees) — (1) Colin Bos 84 … (2) Dieken Caruthers 86 … (3) Jordan Gorans 90

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Girls

Ages 7-9 (4 holes)— (1) Elsy Jacobson 25 … (2) Sadie Cruze 28
Ages 10-12 (9 holes) — (1) Jillian Skretvdt 60
Ages 16-18 (18 holes) — (1) Kenna Henriksen 96 … (2) Chelsea Rohloff 111

Hole-in-one

Patrick Courtney aced the 149-yard No. 2 hole Thursday at Eagle Creek Golf Club.

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