Kondors cruise to tourney win

High school golfers top seven-team field at Qualicum Beach Memorial Club

Jake Lane and Aiden Goodfellow shot matching rounds of 76 and teammate Blair Stewart was one stroke back at 77 as the Kwalikum Secondary School golf team rolled to the team victory in a seven-team tournament April 1 at Qualicum Beach Memorial Golf Club.

Masato Wilson added an 18-hole score of 89 as the Kondors finished with a team total of 318, edging Brooks Secondary of Powell River by two strokes (320). Dover Bay Secondary of Nanaimo was third at 336.

KSS entered a second team, which placed fifth with a score of 351, and Ballenas Secondary School of Parksville was sixth overall with a score of 362.

The local teams were back in action Wednesday in another tournament at Alberni Golf Club in Port Alberni. Play was still in progress at press time.

— NEWS Staff

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