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Tony Cote Games golf competition wraps up

The two-day golf event at the Tony Cote Games has wrapped up at the Meadow Lake Golf Course.

74 golfers took part in the event across four different age groups, two boy’s groups and two girl’s competitions. The two round event features a two-player scramble format under the Stableford scoring system. Players competing in the boy’s juvenile (under-17) and junior (under-19) age categories play 18 holes; the under-15 and under-13 boy’s age groups play nine holes. The girls, both under-17 and under-19 also play nine holes per day.

The winners of the gold medal in the Under-17/Under-19 boy’s division was Estyn Hyman and Hunter Paskemin. Teigan wapass and Grant Gardiner won the silver medal and Marcus Cameron and Matthew Ryder took home the bronze.

In the under-13/under-15 boy’s category, Keston Gerard and Lebron Thunderchild won the gold. Taking home the silver medal was Chad Robert and Dade Bernatchez, Payton Young and Tyson Naytowhow placed third claiming bronze.

In the under-17/under-19 girl’s competition, Avis Cook and Danica Daniels were the winners, Jayda Thomas and Vanetta Tipewan collected the silver medal and Tori McDonald won bronze. She did not have a partner to compete with and placed third playing her own ball.

The under-13/under-15 division was won by Mya Whitecap and Jennifer Ratt. Caress Bigeagle and Sidonie Pelly are the silver medalists, Aline Head and Chloe Young received the bronze medal.

The complete results can be found here.

The Tony Cote Games, formerly known as the Saskatchewan First Nation Games are open to athletes under 20 representing 13 Tribal Councils across the province.

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