Grip it and Rip It!

Junior golfers crossed clubs for the annual tournament last Sunday.

Armed with caps and golf clubs

Armed with caps and golf clubs

Junior Tournament Results

1st Griffen Thiessen 52

2nd Conner Hoffman 54

3rd Brody Johnston 54


Skills Challenge Results

Overall Girl –

Abby Koehmstedt 160 points

Overall Boy –

Damian Knackstead 160 points


Junior Girls

Carys Bick – 120 pts

Lauren Baker – 85 pts

Dyllan Beal – 80 pts

Kinleigh Bick – 75 pts


Intermediate Girls

Ashlyn Wiebe – 130 pts

Sarah Prestmo – 110 pts

Mikayla LePoidevin – 85 pts

Jillian Boon – 85 pts


Senior Girls

Kayla Koehmstedt – 140 pts

Bailey Vahi – 125 pts

Megan Boon – 120 pts

Olivia Prestmo – 105 pts


Junior Boys

Hayden Koehmstedt – 110 pts

Dawson Knackstead – 100 pts

Owen Kadonaga – 95 pts

Aiden Simrose – 75 pts


Group 1 Intermediate Boys

Cordell Wiebe – 90 pts

Joshua Zacharias – 75 pts

Orlando Wiebe – 75 pts


Group 2 Intermediate Boys

Cooper Ziler – 155 pts

Wyatt Snow – 135 pts

Ethan Hoffman – 130 pts

Cole Malo – 95 pts


Group 3 Intermediate Boys

Carson Baker – 130 pts

Nikles Kadonaga – 130 pts

Seth Habsburg – 105 pts

Conner Abercrombie – 105 pts

Dominic LePoidevin – 95 pts


Group 4 Intermediate Boys

Mathieu Holland – 135 pts

Hayden Zacharias – 110 pts

Reeve Thiessen – 95 pts

Nicholas Persson – 95 pts

Landon Bick – 90 pts


Group 5 Intermediate Boys

Josh Habsburg – 120 pts

Linden Makow – 115 pts

Braiden Devauld – 110 pts

Noah Gavric – 90 pts

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