Good turnout for Devin Moe Tourney

Doreen Heintz
Sports Editor

Despite some rain, the participants enjoyed a fun day during the Devin Moe Memorial Tournament.                                                           

Photo courtesy of Sue Irvin

A total of 46 brave athletes spent most of the last day of summer vacation competing in the annual Devin Moe Memorial Junior Golf Tournament on Wednesday, Aug. 24 at Pine Meadows Golf Course. After weeks of warm summer weather, Wednesday was chilly and rainy but organizers of the tournament were still pleased with a great turnout.
“The cold and rain did not hamper the spirits of the young players,” said organizer Sue Irvin. “We awarded gold, silver and bronze medals to the top three players in each age group.”
Following are the medal winners for the tournament.
Age 5 and under (played two holes)
Girls: Gold-Maya Thackeray; Silver-Vivvia Ricks.
Boys: Gold-Miles Ruckman.
Age 6-8 (played three holes)
Girls: Gold-Shayann Walsh; Silver-Holly Myers.
Boys: Gold-Chaz Walsh; Silver-Lucas Golik; Bronze-Trampus Brooks.
Age 9-10 (played one hole and had a putt off)
Girls: Gold-Lani Ruckman; Silver-Jaden Martin.
Boys: Gold-Caden Ferdinand; Silver-Talmage Brooks; Bronze-Wyatt Elam.
Age 11-12 (played five holes)
Girls: Gold-Aniya Ross; Silver-Emma Myers; Bronze-Anna Gremaux.
Boys: Gold-Maxx Ray; Silver-Matthew Golik; Bronze-Carter Wichman.
Age 13-14 (played seven holes)
Girls: Gold-Josie Friesen; Silver-Jessica Bolton.
Boys: Gold-Trace Martin; Silver-Xander Flick.
Age 15-18 (played nine holes)
Girls: Gold-Kinsey Irvin 41; Silver-Abby Gremaux 53; Bronze-Madison Lewis 55.
Boys: Gold-Caleb Myers 44*; Silver-Trevor Ward 48; Bronze-Ben Kolar 49.
(* tie in high school determined by score card)
The organizers of the tournament are very appreciative to the Elks Club for hosting the tournament and providing lunch. Thank you to  Fergus High School golf Coaches Brett Thackeray and Keithon Walter for providing a great golf experiences for the youth of the communities during the summer.



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