Taylor Kehoe of (Canada) Strathroy, Ontario, co-leads the Girls Division after shooting a 5-under-par 67. An eagle and seven birdies helped Kehoe climb up the leaderboard. Kehoe is committed to play collegiate golf at the University of Alabama.
Sophie Stevens of Highland, Michigan, maintained her spot at the top of the leaderboard after shooting 1-over-par 73. The 2023 graduate will look to win her first AJGA tournament on Thursday.
Mattison Frick of Peoria, Arizona, sits in third place after shooting a 2-under-par 70. Frick will join Kehoe and Stevens in tomorrow's final Girls Division group as she looks to win her first AJGA tournament. Chloe Johnson of Evansville, Indiana, and Ella Greenberg of Rockford, Illinois, share the fourth place spot.
Jason Bannister of Bloomfield, Indiana, is tied for the lead in the Boys Division after shooting a 2-under-par 69. A steady round for Bannister was highlighted by four birdies and 12 pars.
Josh Yoder of Granger, Indiana, continued his success at his home course on Wednesday. Yoder shot a 1-over-par 72 to maintain his lead at the top of the Boys Division leaderboard. The IUPUI commit will look to round out his junior golf career on a high note on Thursday.
Three players trail Bannister and Yoder by one-stroke heading into the final round. Those players are: Beni Long of (Canada) Toronto, Ontario, Marcus Smith of Rockford, Illinois, and Reggie Zhu of (China) Winter Garden, Florida.