Colorado had three golfers represented at the U.S. Junior Amateur championship at Flint Hills National Golf Club.
Two remain after the first cut as Eaglecrest’s Davis Bryant and Silver Creek’s Jackson Solem made the cut into match play.
After posting a par score in the first round of stroke play, Bryant posted a score of three-over-par to move him into a tie for 47th.
Bryant fell from two-under on the day to his final score.
Solem’s two-over was tied for 39th. The top 64 advance to match play.
Solem fought back with a two-under 69 after posting a four-over 75 the first day.
Mead’s T.J. Shehee did not make the cut. Shehee (+16) shot nine-over on the second day.
The tournament consists of two days of stroke play before the final field of 64 competes in a match play tournament to crown to the champion.
Results can be tracked at the USGA’s website.