Ely Overennay (left) took first place in the final two events of the Zone 1 West Kootenay Junior Golf Circuit

Castlegar golfers claim top spots in West Kootenay Junior Golf Circuit

Ely Overennay and Nic Jenner of Castlegar have claimed the top spots in the final rankings of the Zone 1 West Kootenay Junior Golf Circuit.

Two Castlegar golfers have claimed the top spots in the final rankings of the Zone 1 West Kootenay Junior Golf Circuit.

Following the final two events of the circuit, which took place over the weekend, Ely Overennay finished first overall on the circuit and Nic Jenner finished second.

Overennay also placed first at both events over the weekend, the first at Balfour on Saturday and the second at Granite Pointe in Nelson on Sunday. He shot 70 at Balfour and 71 at Granite Pointe. Will Watt from Castlegar claimed second place at both events, shooting an 83 on Saturday and a 77 on Sunday. Jenner took third place on Saturday, shooting an 84.

The Zone 1 West Kootenay Junior Golf Circuit would like to thank Zellstoff Celgar for their generous support of the 2016 season and for sponsoring the year end prizes.

Position Name Course Flight Events Points
1 Ely Overennay Castlegar 15-16 7 270
2 Nic Jenner Castlegar 13-14 7 196
3 Xander Bankes Redstone U13 7 168
4 AJ Roberts Castlegar 13-14 7 143
5 Will Watt Castlegar 13-14 4 125
6 Aidan Browell Fruitvale 15-16 3 97,5
7 Brayden Mckay Birchbank 17-18 2 75
8 Aiden Jenner Castlegar 15-16 3 72
9 Kelly Hellman Balfour 17-18 2 57.5
10 Tyler Dalton Champion U13 2 43
11 Reilly Pods Castlegar 13-14 3 41
12 Reid Wilson Castlegar 15-16 1 23
13 Simon Larocque Castlegar 13-14 1 20
T14 Ty Moorey Castlegar 13-14 1 17
T14 Jake Kemp Castlegar 15-16 1 17
16 Carson Pottle Castlegar 13-14 1 15
T17 Isaac Tebulte Castlegar 13-14 1 13
T17 Austin Wayling Castlegar 15-16 1 13

 

 

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