Lee, Zhang take B.C. juvenile golf finals

Qualicum Beach-based golfers represented the area in Princeton.

PRINCETON — Henry Lee and Janet Zhang captured the British Columbia Juvenile Boys’ and Girls’ championships at Princeton Golf Club on Aug. 24.

Lee, a 14-year-old from Coquitlam and member at Swan-e-set Bay Resort and Country Club, completed a wire-to-wire victory, holding off Vancouver’s Trevor Yu and Dewdney’s Jake Scarrow by three strokes.

Heading into the day, Zhang sat three-strokes behind Annie Lee, 16 of Surrey, before mounting a sea-saw comeback that saw six birdies, three bogeys and two double bogeys for a final round plus-1, 74 and four shot victory.

On the boys’ side, Qualicum Beach’s Cole Morrison finished 32nd and Luigi Trozzo, also of QB, was tied for 50th place. Among the girls, Michelle Waters of Qualicum Beach finished 13th place.

— British Columbia Golf

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