The prestigious Junior World Championships are scheduled for July 12-15 in the San Diego area.
-- Jordan Jennings of Montrose and Beam Boonta of Centennial earned the two spots in the boys 13-14 age division. Jennings shot a 1-under-par 71, while Boonta fired a 74 and prevailed in a three-person playoff by making a par on the second extra hole, leaving TJ Hicks of Denver and Walter Franklin of Broomfield as alternates.
-- In the girls 13-14 division, three players -- Emma Bryant of Aurora, Marie Jordaan of Cherry Hills Village and Amisha Singh of Greenwood Village -- tied for the low score with 3-over-par 75s. Then Bryant and Jordaan gained the Junior World spots via a playoff, where both of them parred both extra holes.
-- Brayden Bozak of Phoenix blew away the field in the boys 11-12 division by carding a 5-under-par 67. The second and final Junior World spot went to Luke Olkowski of Grand Junction, who shot a 76 and beat Parker Paxton of Riverton, Wyo., in a playoff. Olkowski went birdie, birdie in the playoff.
-- In the girls 11-12 division, Katelyn Lehigh of Loveland and Sofia Choi of Littleton gained the two available Junior World spots. Lehigh posted an 11-over-par 83, while Choi had an 86.
On Wedneday, three Coloradans in the 15-17 age division qualified for the Junior Worlds: Dillon Stewart of Fort Collins, Amy Chitkoksoong of Aurora and Lauren Lehigh of Loveland.
For scores from Thursday's four qualifiers, CLICK HERE.