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Roule tops division in AJG event

Staff photo: Sue Ann Kuhn-Smith  Steven Roule, right, shares a minute with his daughter, Sidney, as they walk to the eighth tee during the Atlanta Junior Golf tournament on Tuesday at Cherokee Run Golf Club.

Staff photo: Sue Ann Kuhn-Smith Steven Roule, right, shares a minute with his daughter, Sidney, as they walk to the eighth tee during the Atlanta Junior Golf tournament on Tuesday at Cherokee Run Golf Club.

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Staff photo: Sue Ann Kuhn-Smith Covington's Sidney Roule gets her ball out of the sand trp on the eighth hole at Cherokee Run Golf Club during the Atlanta Junior Golf tournament on Tuesday.

CONYERS — Eastside rising freshman Sidney Roule tied for the top spot in the 9-hole Club Girls 7-18 division in Atlanta Junior Golf tournament at Cherokee Run Golf Course on Tuesday.

Roule and Loganville’s Sydney Woody each shot a 21-over 57 to claim the top spot.

In the 9-hole Open Boys 12-under division, Conyers’ Alexander Goldman was 14 shots behind Norcross’ Liam Shinn, who parred all nine holes to finish with an even-par 36. Goldman had three pars in his round to finish in fourth place.

Joseph Bruton of Conyers had a hard time in the 9-hole Club 13-over division as he came in seventh place. Despite getting a pair of pars, Bruton shot a 25-over 61 for his nine holes while McDonough’s Austin Quillian won the division with a 6-over 42.

Conyers was well represented in the 9-hole Club Boys 12-under division with Reilly McCullough coming in second and Brandon Cope finishing in fourth overall.

Reilly managed to get two pars, the par 4 seventh and par 4, eighth, in his 12-over 48 round, while Cope parred the seventh in his 20-over 56. Taking the top spot in the 9-hole Club Boys 12-under was Atlanta’s Walker McPhail, who had a one-stoke lead over Reilly.

Winning the 9-hole Open Girls 7-18 division with a 15-over 51 was Blairsville’s Ally Horinek.

Covington’s Landon Farill and Conyers’ Bryant Bolds II had their share of birdies, pars and worse as they tied for ninth place in the 18-hole Open Boys 13-14 division, shooting an 18-over 90. In the 18 holes of play, Bolds had a birdie on the par 4 16th while hitting par six times. Farill, on the other hand, had two pars — par 3 third and par 4 eighth — and three birdies.

Winning the 12-player division with a 9-over 81 was Atlanta’s Branden Jones.

Conyers’ John Sauer finished in the middle of the pack, coming in fourth with a 31-over 103, and scoring three pars along the way in the 18-hole Club Boys 15-18 division. Winning the division was Monroe’s Luke Peavy, who had a 13-over 85.

Winning the other divisions were Gunter Jordan of Calhoun (18-hole Boys 15-18 division with a 7-over 79), Alejandra Ayala of Alpharetta (18-hole Girls 7-18 division with a 17-over 89), Logan Attaway of Kennesaw (18-hole Boys 12-under with a 13-over 85), Locust Grove’s Drew McCullers (13-over 85 in the 18-hole Club Boys 13-14) and Greensboro’s Madison Prendergast who had a 20-over 92 in the 18-hole Club Girls 7-18.