BANGOR — Jesse Larson shot an incredible 9 under par on Friday, putting him at 14-under for the tournament and giving him a four-stroke lead heading into the final day of the Greater Bangor Open.

Larson, a Vermont native, went on a tear at Bangor Municipal Golf Course on Friday. After bogeying holes two and three, Larson recorded seven straight birdies before par on the 180-yard, par 3 11th hole snapped his streak. Larson then birdied 12, 13, and 14, before pars the rest of his round.

Charlie Winegardner was six under for the day to move into second place at 10-under. An eagle on hole four helped Winegardner go to six under on the front nine, before playing the back nine even.

Gardiner native Ryan Gay is at five under for the tournament after shooting a 2 under 67 on Friday, and is in eighth place. Mike Dugas of Pittsfield is even and in 30th place. Gavin Dugas sits at two over par through two rounds, and is in second place among amateurs.