MJT wraps up Saskatchewan season

Jun Lee of Regina is the MJT peewee boys winner on the weekend. (MJT/Facebook)

The Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour (MJT) made its final stop in Saskatchewan for the season on the weekend at the Legends Golf Club in Warman.

Olivia Johnson of Calgary was the winner of the girls under-15 division with a two day score of 151 (73, 78), one shot lower than Regina’s Tayla Perry who shot 70 on day one and 82 during the second round on Sunday. Grace Odnokon of Saskatoon was third at 160 (84, 76).

In the 15 to 19 girls division it was Annelie Rafferty taking the victory with a 36-hole score of 161 thanks to rounds of 80 and 81. Sarah Henderson of Saskatoon was second at 167, Niya Friesen of Swift Current rounded out the top three with a score of 173.

The overall winner on the boy’s side was Brandon golfer Zostrianos Giordani-Gross. The 17-year-old shot impressive rounds of 67 and 66 at the Legends on route to the win by 11 shots.

Coming in second was Drayjon Sparvier of the Ochapawace First Nation with a two-day score of 144. Winston Grayson of Kipling was third at 148.

In the juvenile boys category Brayden Skene (above) was the champion. The 16-year-old Martensville product shot 70 in the first round and 72 on the second day to win the under-17 division by three shots over a trio of players.

Ryan Mosher, Dade Bernatchez, and Ryan Badger all tied for second at 145.

In the bantam age group Saskatoon’s Aricin Franklin won again. The Riverside Country Club member has won every MJT event he’s entered this year. The 14-year-old shot 69 on day one and 72 on day two to claim the title by seven strokes over Shae Maunula of North Battleford.

Estevan’s Jayden Chernoff was third at 149, just a stroke behind Maunula for second.

The under-13 age group was won by 10-year-old Jun Lee of Regina. Lee carded rounds of 70 and 75 to edge Austin Nesbitt by just two shots.

Tylan Wallin of Humboldt was third.

The complete results can be seen here.

The MJT National Championship will be held in Litchfield Park, AZ. from Nov. 9 – 12.