Griffiths leads

KITCHENER, Ont. — Among the three Central Alberta golfers competing, Zac Griffiths of Red Deer was the clubhouse leader after two rounds of the Canadian junior men’s championship at the Westmount Golf and Country Club.

KITCHENER, Ont. — Among the three Central Alberta golfers competing, Zac Griffiths of Red Deer was the clubhouse leader after two rounds of the Canadian junior men’s championship at the Westmount Golf and Country Club.

Griffiths turned in a second-round score of even-par 73 on Tuesday and with a plus-6 total of 152, was 12 shots behind co-leaders Mackenzie Hughes of Dundas, Ont., Mitch Sutton of London, Ont., and Justin Shin of Maple Ridge, B.C., who were also able to complete play prior to the round being suspended due to inclement weather.

Carson Kallis of Red Deer carded a 78 on Tuesday and sat at plus-9 155 after two rounds, while Mitch Bach of Sundre, after opening with a 78, had 34 strokes through eight holes of the second round.

The second round of the 72-hole tournament was to be completed early today.

Ontario won the team title on Tuesday, beating British Columbia by a 10-stroke margin. Team Alberta, which incudes Kallis, finished fifth.

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