Nagy takes lead on moving day at Junior Men’s Championship

Josh Nagy (front, left) posted the low round of the day taking over top spot at the Junior Men's Championship.

Saskatoon’s Josh Nagy started red-hot during round two of the Saskatchewan Junior Men’s Championship and never looked back taking over the top of the leaderboard through 36-holes at the Moon Lake Golf and Country Club.

Nagy, 16, improved heavily on his opening round of 76 with a stellar 68 during the second of three rounds in the championship. He birdied his first three holes and another trio of holes on the back nine before finishing with a double-bogey on hole 18. Nagy posted the lowest round of the day, Bradley Moser, also of Saskatoon carded the only other under-par round at 71. Moser jumps into second place, three strokes back of Nagy heading into Wednesday’s final round.

Edmonton’s Braden O’Grady, 14, used a hole-in-one on the 17th hole (Moors #8) to his advantage shooting an even 72 to climb into a tie for third with round one leader Connor Scissons. Scissons followed his opening round of 71 with a six-over, 77.

Battleford’s Colby Friedrich rounds out the top five, the 16-year-old posted a one-over, 73, he sits five strokes back of Nagy.

Complete results can be seen here.

The championship round will get underway at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday.