Sunday November 23, 2014

Price shoots low round at ECS Classic


Young golfers from across southeast and east central Saskatchewan converged on the Estevan Woodlawn Golf Club on Wednesday for the annual ECS Classic hosted by Estevan Comprehensive School.

A total of 41 players participated in the event.

Estevan's Tyson Price shot the lowest round of the day with a 79, making him the overall boys champion.
Sarah Spence of Weyburn was the overall girls champion with a round of 102.

Oxbow won the girls' team competition with a combined score of 212. ECS was second at 232 and Weyburn was third at 235.

ECS finished first in the boys' team competition with a total of 249, followed by Melville (256) and Fort Qu'Appelle (267).

After Price, it was Drew Dekker of Melville taking second in the senior boys' division with a score of 81, while teammate Tanner Bokor shot an 82 to place third.

Spence topped the senior girls' division, with a pair of Oxbow golfers rounding out the top three. Jana Dunnigan shot a 104 and Sydney Mellom scored 108.

Estevan's Dylan Lay had the low round of 80 in the junior boys' division. Tristan Amyotte of Fort Qu'Appelle came in at 81 and Preston Hutt of Lampman fired an 83.

In the junior girls' division, Brittany Poitras of Fort Qu'Appelle led the field with a 110. Shayna Hamilton of Estevan shot 121 and Jane Kish of Weyburn carded a 133.

Wednesday marked the return of the ECS Classic after it was flooded out in 2011.



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