Cam Guidry of Picayune, Mississippi, won in the Boys Division of the Jack O'Neill Junior Championship with a tournament total of 5-over-par 149. He took an early lead with a 3-over 75 in the first round and his 2-over 74 in the final round helped him secure a five-shot victory. Guidry has played in AJGA events since 2017 with his best finish coming at the 2018 St. Francisville Area Foundation Junior at The Bluffs where he finished T5. He is verbally committed to the University of Southern Mississippi.
Katelynn Altese of Diamondhead, Mississippi, overcame a four-stroke deficit to win in the Girls Division of the Jack O'Neill Junior Championship. Altese carded a first round of 4-over 76 that left her in third place heading into the final round. She battled back with a strong 2-over 74 to earn the victory by three strokes at 6-under 150 for the tournament. Altese earned her best AJGA finish to date last year at the St. Francisville Area Foundation Junior at The Bluffs where she placed T2. She is a verbal commit to Troy University.
Andrew Hughes of Dawsonville, Georgia, took home the title at the South Georgia Junior Classic at Glen Arven Country Club. In the tournament's only round, Hughes carded a 4-under-par 68 that included a bogey-free back nine. Hughes has played in AJGA events since 2016 and has one win at the 2017 AJGA Junior All-Star at Lost Springs presented by Visit Bentonville.
Macy Pate of Winston Salem, North Carolina, earned the Bell National Division title at the Peggy Kirk Bell Girls Golf Tour Foundation Classic. In the tournament's only round, Pate shot an even-par 72 and had four birdies. She is No. 99 in the Rolex AJGA Rankings and has six top-5 AJGA finishes in eight starts.