MATT IRVINE HELPED the Isfeld Ice to a third-place finish at the B.C. AAA high school golf championships at Crown Isle.

MATT IRVINE HELPED the Isfeld Ice to a third-place finish at the B.C. AAA high school golf championships at Crown Isle.

Dragons roar to top spot at B.C. high school golf tourney

Host Isfeld Ice finish third in two-day championship at Crown Isle

Earle Couper

Record Staff

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).

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