St. George’s Dragons of Vancouver took top spot at the 41st annual B.C. AAA high school golf championships, held May 28-29 at Crown Isle in Courtenay.
The tourney produced a tight three-way race for first place, with St. George’s prevailing with a 39-over 615 following rounds of 314 and 301.
Walnut Grove Gators of Langley finished second with a 44-over 620 after rounds of 313 and 307.
The host Mark Isfeld Ice, who led after the first round, took third place with a 46-over 622 after carding steady rounds of 310 on Tuesday and 312 on Wednesday. They finished six shots ahead of fourth-place Earl Marriott Mariners from Surrey.
Jordan Lu from Prince of Wales Walesmen in Vancouver was the top individual golfer, checking in at four-under 140 (68-72). Zach Anderson (Dover Bay) was second at two-over 146 (72-74) and there was a two-way tie for third at four-over 148 between Edward Metcalfe (Earl Marriott) with 76-72 and Steven Scurr (Sardis) with 75-73.
The top Isfeld golfer was Logan Yanick, who finished in a four-way tie for 10th at eight-over 152 (75-77). Matt Irvine finished in a four-way tie for 20th at 12-over 156 (79-77), Tyson Slater was 29th at 14-over 158 (77-81), Ryan Snook finished in a six-way tie for 32nd at 16-over 160 (79-81) and Nick Crookall finished in a four-way tie for 53rd at 22-over 166 (89-77).