Dorowicz finishes second in golf event

Spencer Dorowicz of Olds placed second in the McLennan Ross Sun Junior Golf Tour event Tuesday.

OLDS — Spencer Dorowicz of Olds placed second in the McLennan Ross Sun Junior Golf Tour event Tuesday.

Dorowicz shot a 75, four strokes back of Riley Fleming of Calgary Country Hills.

They both came out of the 15-16 year-old division.

Jason Thiels and Matt McDonald of Olds and Kyle Wilson of Chestermere tied for third overall at 76 while Brett Niawchuk of Rocky Mountain House came in seventh at 78. Ryan Moore of Ponoka and Gage Weseen of Olds were in a four-way tie for eighth.

Wilson, Thiels and McDonald tied for first in the 17-19 year-old division and all qualified for the tour championship, Aug. 31 at Wolf Creek Golf Resort.

Theoren Olver of Three Hills won the 14-and-under division with an 80 while Jared Nicholls and Dez Robinson of Wolf Creek were second and third respectively at 92 and 93.

Colby Massignan of Innisfail was fourth in the 15-16 year-old category with Mikael Skaley and James Ursulak of Ponoka tied for fifth at 81.

Kirsty MacDonald of Banff Springs won the junior girls title with an 80.

• In Rocky Mountain House Monday, Blake Roberts of Broadmoor in Sherwood Park beat Brennan Swanson of Country Hills on the second extra hole to win the tournament. Both finished regulation at 71.

Brett Niawchuk was eighth with a 76.

Roberts won the 17-19 year-old category with Swanson taking the 15-16 year-old division. Cole Niawchuk of Rocky was sixth in the younger division with an 83.

Matt Codd of the Red Deer Golf and Country Club (RDGCC) shot a 90 to win the 14-and-under division, two strokes ahead of Robert Flaman-Haley of the RDGCC and 10 ahead of Travis Gordon of Rocky.

The tour’s next stop is Thursday at the Lacombe Golf and Country Club. The field has a 9 a.m. shotgun start.

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