Vernon’s Mackenzie Barrie cooled off after a scorching second round at the B.C. Junior Girls Golf Championships at the Osoyoos Golf and Country Club.
The 16-year-old leapt up the leaderboard with a 1-under par 71 Wednesday, but finished Thursday and Friday with rounds of 74 and 81 to finish 12th at 309 (21-over).
Port Coquitlam’s Anica Yoo overcame Taylor Kim to claim the title, finishing at 11-under (74-70-65-68-277). Kim was four strokes back (66-74-69-72-281).
At the B.C. Junior Boys in Roberts Creek, Coldstream’s Chris McEachran-Law played steady over four rounds to finish 21st at the Sunshine Coast Golf and Country Club.
McEachran-Law fashioned a 75-76-74-75-300 to end at 12-over.
Chris’s brother, Matt, recorded his best round of the event Friday to finish 63rd (79-78-83-77-317).
Austin Bosquet, also from Coldstream, carded 78-78-75-89-320 to wind up 68th.
Victoria’s Matthew Broughton (72-72-69-70-283) ended strong to finish two strokes ahead of runner-up Kevin (Suk Woan) Ko of Coquitlam (68-72-75-70-285).