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AJGA Junior Open at The Bridges presented by City of Montrose
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AJGA Junior Open at The Bridges presented by City of Montrose

Pollo has career day, sets AJGA record

Matthews grows her lead with 18 to play
Zach Pollo Course Record-AJGA Junior Open at The Bridges presented by City of Montrose-2021.JPG

History was made on day two of the AJGA Junior Open at The Bridges presented by City of Montrose. That being with Rocklin, California, native Zachery Pollo carding a course record round of 11-under-par 60. The round is also the lowest 18-hole score in AJGA history. After playing his first nine holes in 5-under-par 31 which included an eagle on the par five No. 15, the University of Arizona commit would start his back nine with birdies on six of his first seven holes. He now sits in first place at 13-under-par 129 for the tournament.

Luke Cushman of Castle Rock, Colorado, and Jack Cantlay of Los Alamitos, California, will join Pollo in the last group of the final round as they sit five and six shots back respectively, at 8-under-par 134 and 7-under-par 135.

Ben DeLaRosa of Dallas, Texas, Ty Holbrook of Granbury, Texas, and Hunter Swanson of Denver, Colorado, all sit in a tie for fourth at 6-under-par 136.

Mallory Matthews Tee Shot on 5 Round 2-AJGA Junior Open at The Bridges prestented by City of Montrose-2021.JPG

In the Girls Division, it is the same story as after round one. Mallory Matthews of Hondo, Texas, after a day one score of 3-under-par 68, matched that number in the second round to put her at 6-under-par 136 for the tournament. Matthews' second round saw her make four birdies to just one bogey and she will now carry a five stroke lead entering the final round as she looks to clinch her first ever AJGA Open Tournament victory.

Montgomery Ferreira of Tacoma, Washington, is the only other golfer in the Girls Division that sits under par after 36 holes. She shot an even-par 71 on day two to be 1-under-par 141 for the tournament.

Kaylee Chen of Parker, Colorado, and Jenna Madden of McKinney, Texas, round out the top three at even-par 142.

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