Barrie seventh at provincials

Vernon’s Mackenzie Barrie claims seventh at B.C. Juvenile Girls Golf Championships Thursday at the Princeton Golf Course.

Vernon’s Mackenzie Barrie carded a final round 8-over 81 to claim seventh place at the B.C. Juvenile Girls Golf Championships Thursday at the Princeton Golf Club.

The 16-year-old posted earlier rounds of 81-80 to finished at 242.

Richmond’s Janet Zhang took the title with a 3-over 222 (73-75-74), followed by Surrey’s Annie Lee at 226 (75-70-81) and Victoria’s Naomi Ko at 232 (80-74-78).

At the Juvenile Boys in Princeton, Coldstream’s Matt McEachran-Law ended in a tie for 16th with a 13-over 229 (77-75-77).

Henry Lee of Coquitlam finished with 3-under 213 (68-71-74) to secure the title. Vancouver’s Trevor Yu shot 72s across the board to earn a share of second with  Dewdney’s Jake Scarrow (70-73-73).

n Nathanael Dubland shot 41-52 to claim the Spallumcheen Junior Club Championship Thursday.

Runners-up were Jaye Odagiri and Jeremy Purvis, who both posted 94s on the executive course. Austin Dubland and the Purvis boys, Nick and Ben, rounded out the top six.

Addison Lovsin won the championship course event with a two-round 163.

Travis Jackson was runner-up and overall low net winner with a 142. Second gross went to Mac Gourdine (175), and second net went to Brian Ferguson (151).

Brandon Magnus fired a 179 for third gross, and Seth (Smiley) Blundell took third net with 161.

Parker Wadsworth and Michael LeNoury claimed fourth gross and net respectively.