With a back-nine birdie binge, Clarksburg’s Sean Bosdosh led Team Maryland to a victory over Virginia and West Virginia in the 2nd annual Mid-Atlantic Junior Invitational Sunday at Pete Dye Golf Club in Bridgeport, W.Va.

Playing No. 12 through 16 in 4-under par, the Maryland-bound Bosdosh (75-68 – 143) had the best individual score in the two-day event, helping Maryland (904) make up a seven-shot deficit to Virginia (906), heading into the final round. It was the second straight win for Maryland. West Virginia (928) was a distant third.

Several other players from Maryland improved on their opening-round score including Bethesda’s Keegan Boone (78-72 – 150), Timonium’s Alex Church (77-73 – 150), Mt. Airy’s Ryan Cole (79-72 – 151), Arnold’s Bart George (77-74 – 151), and Bowie’s Jordan Sweet (82-80 – 162). Kensington’s Brian McCormick (79-82 – 161) also played for Maryland.

The lone player from Northern Virginia in the competition was Lovettsville’s Maclain Huge (74-82 – 156).

Each team was represented by eight players. The best six scores, each day, counted toward the team score.