Barrie hunting leaders

Vernon’s Mackenzie Barrie seventh heading into the third round of the B.C. Juvenile Girls Golf Championships at the Princeton Golf Club.

Vernon’s Mackenzie Barrie held seventh place heading into the third and final round of the B.C. Juvenile Girls Golf Championships Thursday at the Princeton Golf Club.

In a field of 16, Barrie shaved a stroke off her opening round 8-over-par 81 to sit at 15-over (161) after Wednesday’s action. She collected eagles on a pair of par-5 holes on the front nine, to go along with a birdie on No. 10 in Round 2. However, she added five double bogies to finish with an 80.

Surrey’s Annie Lee recorded 75-70 to take the lead heading in the final day, three strokes ahead of Richmond’s Janet Zhang, and five up on Maple Ridge’s Keanna Mason.

Meanwhile, Coldstream’s Matt McEachran-Law is the lone North Okanagan golfer to make the cut at the B.C. Juvenile Boys tourney in Princeton.

McEachran-Law, a member of the Vernon G&CC, fired opening rounds of 77-75 to sit at 8-over 152 heading into the final round Thursday.

Coquitlam’s Henry Lee (68-71) holds a four-stroke lead over a trio tied for second place –  Dewdney’s Jake Scarrow (70-73), Vancouver’s Patrick Tan (72-71) and North Van’s Roy Kang (74-69).

Vernon’s Russell Day (94-82) and Coldstream’s Austin Bosquet (96-81)missed the cut.