Joiner remains in hunt for Junior golf title |

Joiner remains in hunt for Junior golf title

Adam Joiner is on a hot streak. Fresh off winning last week’s Colorado Golf Association/Daily Sentinel Junior boys 16- to 18-year-old tournament in Grand Junction, the 2006 Roaring Fork High grad is in contention for a second title in as many weeks.

Firing a 69 at Tuesday’s second round of the CGA Junior Stroke Play Championship at Flatirons Golf Club in Boulder puts Joiner in sole possession of second place with a two-day total of 139. The mark is four strokes back of current leader Tyler Parsloe’s 135 with 18 holes left to play.

The tournament resumes today.

Area resident Teddy Karlinski is tangled in a six-way tie for 12th place at 145. Connor Rakowski and Jim Knous, representing Ironbridge GC of Glenwood, advanced to the final day with scores of 149 and 151, respectively. Knous is tied with Glenwood Open winner Chance Nathe.

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