Eight boys and three girls earned age-group championships as the Vincennes Junior Golf League concluded its summer tournament season at the Country Club of Old Vincennes on Tuesday.

Boys and girls 12-and-over played nine holes from the red tees, 11-year-olds played nine holes from 200 yards, 9 and 10s played six holes from 200 yards, 7 and 8s played six holes from 150 yards, and 6-and-under played four holes from 100 yards.

Parker Steininger was the Boys 14-and-up winner, shooting a 38. He was followed by Luke Williams 42, Wesley Murawski 52 and Luke Bloebaum 65.

Maddi Halter was the Girls 14-and-up winner, carding a 49. Cadence Mills was a close second at 51, Salena Dellinger 52 and Emma Robinson 55.

In the Boys 13, Will Brooks notched a 63 to win the crown, Baxter Dellinger shot 66 and Jackson Lowrey 69.

Gage Letts was the tiebreaker winner over Zach Bottoms in the Boys 12, as both shot 53. Drake Bellessa carded a 56 and Andrew Bilskie 59.

Maddi Becher was the lone participant in the Girls 12, winning with a 56.

Dusty Taylor ran away in the Boys 11 with a 41. Jordan Allen shot 51 for second, and Carson Dreiman nipped Brady Bellessa for third, 58-59.

In the Boys 10, Carson Arnold carded a 37, while Alex Harting was second with 44.

Carter Becher was best in the Boys 9 with a 44, while Carter Johnson and Carson McCormick tied at 47 and Brady Allen was a stroke back at 48.

Cooper Evans won the Boys 7-8 with a 39. William Holka was a stroke back at 40, while Gavin Catt shot 41 and Bronx Carter 48.

Jordyn Dreiman was the Girls 6 winner with a 36.

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