Persily and eight others qualified to play the Natural Resource Partners Bluegrass Junior held Wednesday at Bellefonte. The course will play 5,931 yards for the boys, with 144 total players are expected to compete.
Persily finished third in Class A at the state golf tournament last fall in Wheeling, as the Irish won the state title.
Clark also earned a spot as a Tri-State PGA representative in the Greenbrier Classic open qualifier on July 1 at the Resort at Glade Springs.
WVU BASKETBALL: Former West Virginia women's basketball standout Natalie Burton has been selected to play on the Australian National Team.
During her career as a Mountaineer, Burton experienced four consecutive postseason appearances with the WNIT in 2009, followed by three NCAA appearances.
GOLF BENEFIT: The Jon Stricker Memorial Golf tournament will be July 19 at Berry Hills Country Club in Charleston.
A shotgun start begins at 1:30 p.m. with the proceeds to benefit Walking Miracles. The cost is $600 per team and $150 per individual. For more information, call 304-421-6545.