Leaders: Treed Huang of Katy posted rounds of 67-69 to get to 6-under overall in the Boys Division. Huang started his first round on hole No. 10 and went out in 1-under. He made a 30-foot birdie putt on the par-4 first hole and then added two more on the sixth and seventh to get to 4-under after 18 holes. His afternoon round was nearly similar with four birdies and two bogeys en route to his 2-under 69. Malisone Chanthapanya of Fort Worth leads the Girls Division after posting scores of 74-75 on Monday. She made two birdies on the day, the par-4 18th in the first round and the par-3 third in the second round and leads the division by two strokes heading into Tuesday’s final round.

Boys Division
1. Treed Huang, Katy, TX                                               -6            136
T2. Peyton Johnson, Shreveport, LA                              -4            138
T2. Shaheen Momin, Sugar Land, TX                            -4            138
4. Daniel Moon, Temple, TX                                           -1            141
T5. Dallas Hankamer, Temple, TX                                 E              142

Girls Division
1. Malisone Chanthapanya, Fort Worth, TX                  +7           149
2. Lauren Rios, Coppell, TX                                          +9           151
3. JJ Betz, Keller, TX                                                     +11         153
4. Raeleigh Davidson, Frisco, TX                                  +13         155
5. Mia Gaboriau, Coppell, TX                                        +14         156

To see all the scores from Monday, click here.

In Contention:  Peyton Johnson of Shreveport, La. and Shaheen Momin of Sugar Land are tied for second in the Boys Division at 4-under 138 and paired with Huang for the final round. Both players shot identical scores of 68-70 in the first two rounds to get to 138 overall. Temple’s Daniel Moon sits in fourth place at 1-under 141 after shooting 3-under in the second round, while Dallas Hankamer, Holden Webb and Will Horn are tied for fifth at even-par. Lauren Rios of Coppell trails Chanthapanya in the Girls Division at 151 overall followed by JJ Betz of Keller in third, Raeleigh Davidson of Frisco in fourth and Mia Gaboriau of Coppell in fifth.

Shot of the Day: Jackson Naeger of Keller hit the shot of the day on the par-3 15th. Naeger had 211 yards and hit a 4-iron for a hole in one in the second round. The ace was his first ever and he sits in eighth place in the Boys Division at 1-over 143.

Tournament Format: The Collegiate Preview is a 54-hole stroke-play event for players with an active membership with the
Texas Junior Golf Alliance and that are 14 years or older and not yet enrolled in college. The event is modeled after a typical collegiate-style event with players playing 36 holes on the first day and 18 on the second. This event has been praised by past LJT Alumni for preparing them to play golf at the next level.

The Course: Mira Vista Country Club opened in 1987 and was designed by Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish. The par-71 layout is a tough test for the field and challenges each player’s abilities to hit shots into rolling fairways and tight green complexes. The course is being played at around 6,900 yards in the Boys Division and 6,000 yards in the Girls Division.

The Weather: It was warm and muggy all throughout the day on Monday in Fort Worth, Texas. The sun was shining and the breeze was light which allowed players to take dead aim into the greens.

Next Round: The final round of the Collegiate Preview will begin at 8:00 am on Tuesday with players going off the No. 1 and 10 tees throughout the morning. Champions will be crowned once all the rounds are completed with the top five finishers in the Boys Division winning trophies and the top three finishers in the Girls Division earning trophies.

What’s Next: The Legends Junior Tour heads south to Austin for the George Hannon Junior Invitational on Aug. 12-13. The field will take on the tough UT Golf Club layout and compete in yet another LJT Invitational event with critical points up for grabs for the Player of the Year Standings and the Jackie Burke Cup Matches.

To learn more about the Collegiate Preview, click here. To see all the scores from Monday, click here.