Fry; Neiszner make cut at junior girl’s championship

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Two of the five Saskatchewan players participating in the Canadian Junior Girls Championship in Lethbridge, Alta. have made the cut and will play two more rounds.

Brooklin Fry of Shell Lake and Regina’s Autumn Neiszner placed in the top 70 golfers at the event. Fry, 14, followed her opening round of 74 with another solid score of 78 on day two. She sits at eight-over par and in a tie for 36th overall. The Memorial Lake Golf Club member tees off Thursday at 7:30 a.m.

Neiszner, who golfs out of the Wascana Country Club is in a tie for 66th place after her round of eight-over, 80 on Wednesday. She will begin her third round at 9:31 a.m. Thursday.

Ella Kozak of Yorkton finished the event at 21-over, Creighton’s Lauren Fox was 33-over, and Veronika Duchscherer of Nipawin finished at plus-57.

As a team, Saskatchewan placed sixth at 26-over par.

Yanjun Liu of Vancouver leads the field at minus-10.

The leaderboard can be found here.