Junior golf event a success despite weather
July 21, 2015
Truckee's Coyote Moon Golf Course hosted the second event of the Truckee Tahoe Junior Golf Tour on July 7.
It was a challenging weather day for the 57 young participants, as storm clouds filled with rain and threatening lightning that resulted in a 45-minute delay. But those who persevered were treated to a beautiful afternoon for golf.
Sienna Scibird led the way shooting a 2-under-par 34 playing from the men's tees. Scibird is a junior to be at Truckee High.
Josh Wiegandt led the way in the Boys 14-15 division with a 37. Matthew Sutherland came in second at 40, and Airon Yarbrough was third with a 43.
Will Belden led the Boys 16-17 age group with a 46 and was followed by Jack Colton at 49.
Julia Smith took first place in the Girls 8-9 division. Ryan Flynn led the way in the Girls 10-11 with 50. Stella de Wit was second at 54, with Kenzie McCormick taking third with a 59.
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Haley McCormick once again led the girls 12-14 with a 55 but was followed closely by Sofia de Wit at 57.
Tyler Whisler led the charge for the Boys 8-9 with a 72.
Gabe Smith shot a fantastic 47 to lead the Boys 10-11. Thayer Kacher was close behind with a 49 for second place. Max Carter took third place with a 50.
Zack Cohen won the Boys 12-13 age group with a 40. Ethan Flynn was second with a 45, and Patrick Volkman came in third with a 48.
The Resort at Squaw Creek hosts the next event of the Truckee Tahoe Junior Golf Tour.
To view cumulative results and a season schedule, go to http://www.ttjgt.com.
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