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The 2014 Cross Creek Golf Camp held their annual tourney at the end of their experience on the course throughout June.
The divisions included girls in groups of 8-9 years old, 10-11, and 14-15, while the boys were split into 7-10 year olds, 10-11s, 12-13s, and 14 and older.
The 8-9 year old girls played three holes at Cross Creek with Krosbi Butler winning by five strokes with a 19, while Meghan Pettibone shot a 24 and Leyna Macke a 28. For the 10-11 girls who played five holes, Hallie Manis shot a 28 winning by a nine-stroke margin, while Sophia Strickler shot a 37 and Sydney Jauregui a 39 in third.
The 14-15 girls division also shot five holes led by Emma Ainsworth with a 38 with Mackenzie Hart shooting a 43 in second and Libby Tinnel a 44 in third.
On the boys' side, Winston Brown's 22 in five holes was far and away tops in the 7-10 division beating Trace Maller's 37 for second place and Jacob Strickler's 38 in third. In the 10-11 division, Isaac Ruble, Major Spiegal, and Payton Binegar each shot 30s to tie for first, while Joe Ainsworth and Ben Razo shot 36s.
Emerson Brown and Jon Ruble were tops in the boys 12-13 who played seven holes as both shot a 37 tying for first with Logan Arriaga shooting a 41 for third place. In the boys 14 and older divison, Chance Bressler led the field with a 32 for first place followed by Brevin Slusher in second with a 33 and Robby Ysidron in third with a 35.
Each division also competed in three challenges including putting, chipping and long drives. In the 8-9 division for the girls, Abby Jauregui was tops in long drive, while Addison Wagner won the chipping and Macke won the putting event.
For girls 10-11, Kylee Wefel was first in the chipping and tied for first with Manis for long drive, while Jauregui was a winner in the putting. Manis was also second in putting and chipping. For the older girls, Ainsworth was tops in putting and chipping with Hart taking first in the long drive.
Gunner Butler was the top putter for the boys 7-10 group, while Brown won the long drive and Ben Enterline took first in the chipping contest. In the 10-11 group, Binegar was the top putter, while Nic Ellsworth was the best long driver and Spiegal won the chipping event.
In the 12-year old events, Arriaga won the putting, while Razo took first in chipping and long drive. For the 13-year olds, Victor Dunno was the top putter and Ruble took first in chipping and long drive.
Cole Razo was first place among the 14-over group in putting, while Slusher nabbed the chipping and long drive first place honors.