Maple Ridge golfers place on junior tour event

Two Maple Ridge golfers were in the hunt as the Canadian Junior Golf Association held a tournament at the Swan-e-Set Bay...

Two Maple Ridge golfers were in the hunt as the Canadian Junior Golf Association held a tournament at the Swan-e-Set Bay Resort and Country Club in Pitt Meadows over the weekend.

Competing in the girls 15-19 category, Esther Subin Lee of Maple Ridge shot rounds of 80 and 74 for a 10-over-par 154, which was good for second place, five strokes back of first-place finisher, Vivian Lee of New Westminster.

Cecile Kwon, also of Maple Ridge, shot 80-84 for a total of 164, which tied her for fourth place with Jaya Rampuri of Coquitlam.

Sienna Kraus shot 91-95 and finished fifth in the girls 14 and under class.

 

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