BRUNSWICK -- Spencer Ralston fired a 1-under-par on Wednesday -- a round good enough to finish third in the GSGA's Georgia Junior Championships in Brunswick.<br />
The rising Gainesville High junior finished 6-under (210) over the three day tournament at Brunswick Country Club, coming in four strokes behind champion Charles Huntzinger of Duluth, who carded a 7-under 65 to storm to the championship.<br />
Huntzinger's scorching final round beat out Griffin's The Waller by one stroke after Waller carded a 66.<br />
Gainesville's Nathan Williams also finished at 219 for the weekend, tied for 21st.
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