Pictured above are (l-r) Piers Lesser

GSS Golfers win Kootenay championships

The Golden Secondary School (GSS) golf team attended and won the ‘AA’ Kootenay Zone Golf Championships at Balfour Golf Course.

On May 14-15 the Golden Secondary School (GSS) golf team attended and won the ‘AA’ Kootenay Zone Golf Championships at Balfour Golf Course in Balfour.

The team comprised of Reid Statchuk, Ian Desrosiers, Josh Johnson, Adam Johnson, and Travis Kelley all produced solid scores on an unfamiliar and demanding course.

The Golden team scored (the combined made up from a total of the best four out of five golfers) was 12 shots better than second placed J.L. Crowe (Trail Secondary School ).

On a special note Travis Kelley and Ian Desrosiers shared low score for the ‘AA’ competition.

The team would like to thank Nancy and Ray Johnson for helping out with the team.

 

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