Fry and Neiszner in familiar territory; Gedak uses home track advantage

TS&M Woodlawn will open their 75th season May 15.

The high school golf provincials are half over in Estevan with a tie among the girls’ leaders and a hometown product on top of the boy’s leaderboard.

Shell Lake’s Brooklin Fry (Battle West) and Regina’s Autumn Neiszner (Regina) both shot 78 at the TS&M Woodlawn Golf Club on Friday and sit tied for first overall at six-over par. Reigning champion Lauren Fox (North East) of Creighton is in third place at plus-nine, 81.

Kylie Severson (East Central) and Nessa Hamilton (Qu Appelle) are knotted up in fourth place at 85.

Battle West leads the female team competition with a score of 181, South East is a stroke behind at 182. Horizon Central sits third at 189.

On the boy’s side, Estevan’s Chase Gedak (South East) is the lone player under par after round one, he shot 69 on the opening day of the 36-hole championship. Gaige Calkins (South West) is second at plus-one, 73. Jayden Dudas, also of Estevan (South East) is tied for third with Prince Albert’s (North Central) TJ Baker at 74.

Wawota’s Theoren West (South East) is fifth at 78. Cort Tunall and Hunter Kutcher are in the hunt at seven-over, 79.

South East leads the team standings with a score of 211. North Central is second at 236, South West and West Central are in a tie for third at 240.

The complete round one results can be found here.

The second round will be played on Saturday.