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Lee leads Gators golf to ninth

Jaewook Lee, a senior AAA level player on the winning Walnut Grove Gators team, fires a shot from the 14th tee at Pagoda Ridge golf course where the Fraser Valley championshops were held May 15. The Gators took top spot. The team advances to the B.C. high school provincial golf championships May 26 to 28 at the Squamish Valley Golf and Country Club. - Dan Ferguson
Jaewook Lee, a senior AAA level player on the winning Walnut Grove Gators team, fires a shot from the 14th tee at Pagoda Ridge golf course where the Fraser Valley championshops were held May 15. The Gators took top spot. The team advances to the B.C. high school provincial golf championships May 26 to 28 at the Squamish Valley Golf and Country Club.
— image credit: Dan Ferguson

The Walnut Grove Gators cracked the top 10 at the B.C. AAA senior boys golf championships while one of their golfers finished fourth overall individually.

The Gators golf team, which had won the Fraser Valley championship, were in 12th spot after day one of the two-day event, hosted by the Squamish Valley Golf and Country Club May 27 and 28.

Walnut Grove shot 325 over the opening 18 holes and then 308 on the second day to finish with a combined score of 633, which was 57-strokes over par.

They were led by Jaewook Lee, who shot rounds of 73 and 72 to finish one-over-par.

The team’s second round score was the fourth-best on day two and tied for ninth overall.

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