Golfers tied for sixth overall

Jesse Teron and Matt Codd of the Red Deer Golf and Country Club tied for sixth overall in a 36-hole Maple Leaf Junior Tour event at Lethbridge Paradise Canyon during the weekend.

Jesse Teron and Matt Codd of the Red Deer Golf and Country Club tied for sixth overall in a 36-hole Maple Leaf Junior Tour event at Lethbridge Paradise Canyon during the weekend.

Teron turned in rounds of 79-71 and with a 150 total finished seven strokes back of winner Ian Mmbando of Lethbridge (74-69—143). Codd also came in with a 150 total following rounds of 74-76.

Chandler McDowell of the Red Deer Golf and Country Club (RDG&CC) was fifth in the 13-and-under boys division with a 162 total (83-79), and Logan Hill of the RDG&CC placed 33rd in the boys 14-16 division with a 175 score that included rounds of 89-86.

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