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Law swings top 10

Chris McEachran-Law of Vernon finished in a three-way tie for eighth in the Maple Leaf/Boston Pizza National Junior Golf Tour championship last weekend in Phoenix.

McEachran-Law, 18, carded 76-71-147 at the Legacy Golf Resort. There was a field of 31 in the boys 17-19 age group.

Keaton Jones of Kitchener won the division at 71-69-140, edging Derek Roach of Calgary, Jared du Toit of Kimberley and Jason Fritz of Lethbridge by one stroke.

Several college scouts watched the 72 players from three age categories. Highlighting the weekend was keynote speaker Tim Mickelson, head golf coach at Arizona State, and younger brother of PGA star Phil Mickelson.

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