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Local golfers compete in Atlanta Junior Golf Association event
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The Atlanta Junior Golf Association played an event for boys and girls ages 7-18 Tuesday at Mossy Creek Golf Course in Cleveland.

Gainesville residents Andy Bracewell, Ross Ward and C.J. Evans took the top three spots in the 18-hole open boys 15-18 division, while Gainesville’s Keller Syfan and Flowery Branch’s Luke James and Alex Gossett finished in the top three of the 18-hole club boys 15-18 division.

Other area first place finishers were Eli Crumley of Cleveland in the 18-hole open boys 13-14, Carter Cagle of Gainesville in the nine-hole open boys 13 and over and Drew Lasseter of Gainesville in the nine-hole boys 12 and under.

Local top three finishers included Lawson King of Gainesville (third, 18-hole open boys 13-14), Billy Jackson of Gainesville (third, nine-hole open 12 and under), Karly Robinson of Buford (second, 18-hole club girls 7-18), Hunter Young of Gainesville (second, 18-hole club boys 13-14), Spencer Ralston (second, 18-hole boys 12 and under), Nathan Williams of Gainesville (third, 18-hole boys 12 and under).

The Atlanta Junior Golf Association plays 80 events in 29 different counties throughout the year. A complete schedule is available at

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