ABILENE — Early High School senior-to-be Jake Angerstein finished tied for 30th with a 54-hole score of 211 — 1 over-par — at the American Junior Golf Association's Folds of Honor Junior Championship hosted by Bob Estes at the Abilene Country Club.

Angerstein, a three-time UIL Class 3A state golf qualifier, posted an opening round 2-under par 68 Tuesday, followed by a 72 on Wednesday and a closing 71 Thursday.

Angerstein qualified for the event on Sunday, winning following a two-hole playoff to secure a berth in the 132-player field, which was comprised of players from 11 states and five countries.

Angerstein finished 10 strokes behind tournament champion Garrett Martin of San Antonio, who posted a 9-under par tally of 201. Martin fired rounds of 65, 69 and 67 at the Abilene Country Club, which hosted an AJGA event for the 38th consecutive year.

Earlier this month, Angerstein finished fourth at the Alamo Shootout in San Antonio with a 36-hole total of 147, six shots off the winning pace.

During the 2017-18 school year, Angerstein placed in the top five for the second year in a row at the UIL Class 3A boys golf state tournament. Angerstein carded rounds of 78 and 73 for a 151 composite score.