Kelly Campbell of Auburn stayed among the leaders from start to finish and wound up in a tie for fifth place for his age group in last week’s Washington Junior Golf Association state tournament in Spokane.
The 14-year-old Campbell had a three-round total of 227 on rounds of 74-77-76 in the 14-15 age group. He played the first and third round as Spokane Country Club, and the second round at Manito Country Club.
That age group was won by Carl Jonson of Bainbridge Island with a 220.
Erik Jarvey, playing in the boys 16-17 age group, tied for 14th place with a 226.
Keenan Darrow, Charles Lee and Sean Carroll also played in the 16-17 boys division, but missed the cut. Darrow and Lee each had a 153; Carroll shot 158.
Vincent Vu fell short of the cut among the age 8-11 boys. Playing nine holes each day at Wandermere Golf Course, Vu shot 44-44–88. Vu won the District 6 championship last month.
Jayme Carbon was the only Auburn girl in the tournament. She shot 175 in the 16-17 age group, but did not make the cut.