Maple Ridge junior golfers on target

Some local golf prospects were in the thick of things as the Canadian Junior Golf Association came to Pitt Meadows over the weekend...

Some local golf prospects were in the thick of things as the Canadian Junior Golf Association came to Pitt Meadows over the weekend, with a stop at Swan-e-set Bay Resort and Country Club.

Maple Ridge’s own Amy Ehlert tied for second in the bantam girls (under-15) tournament, after she shot rounds of 95 and 86, for a total of 181. She tied with Abbotsford’s Rachel Chung.

Mai Hayashi of Vancouver won the event with 85-77-162.

Maple Ridge’s Esther Subin Lee finished fourth in the junior girls (under 19) tournament after shooting a plus three 74-75-149. Washington State’s Sarah Lawrence won with 136 – the best score of the tournament by a boy or girl at any age group.

And in the juvenile girls (U17) category Cecil Kwon of Maple Ridge finished sixth with a plus-14, shooting 73-86-159. Amanda Minni of Delta won with 148. Sierra Kraus of Maple Ridge also competed, shooting 94-90-184.


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