Wildcats’ golf team swings into zones, but misses berth in provincial tourney

The Stettler Wildcats teed off Tuesday for the opening of the Alberta high school golf season.

The Stettler Wildcats teed off Tuesday for the opening of the Alberta high school golf season.

Grade 12 students Ryan Coleman and Jacques du Toit, and Grade 11 students Kieran Rost and Stefan du Toit, competed yesterday at the Alberta Springs Golf Resort, just west of Red Deer, as part of the William E. Hay golf team.

The four Wildcats played in the zone tournament against students from various schools throughout central Alberta.

The top two teams and the top two individuals from the zone tournament advance to the provincials.

The Wildcats placed fifth out of 11 teams in the zone tourney.

”As a team, we did good,” Rost said. “We felt pretty good coming in, but just couldn’t get the finish we needed. There were a lot of good golfers to play against.”

The local foursome had the best scores among the William E. Hay students who tried out last Thursday at the Stettler course.

— High School Report

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