Rutter stops Boivert for Interior squash crown

William Rutter stopped Taylor Boisvert 3-1 in an all-Vernon U12 boys final of Interior Junior Squash Championships.

William Rutter stopped Taylor Boisvert 3-1 in an all-Vernon U12 boys final Sunday in the Interior Junior Squash Championships at The Roster Sports Club.

Third place went to Revelstoke’s Austin Des Mazes.

The girls U12 division ended with Jordyn Morris dominating for first, followed by Emilia Brown and Annika Torrie.

Intense battles ensued in the U15 division between nine boys and the lone female, Julia Dorrius of Revelstoke.

Carter Morris of Vernon seized the title by grounding Tettey Tetteh of Revelstoke 3-1.

Nicholas Schaad brushed back Ace Jaegli 3-0 in the all-Kelowna bronze-medal final.

Rutter, Carter Morris, Jordyn Morris and Dorrius will represent the Interior in the Junior Squash B.C. Open Championship at the Jericho Club in Vancouver next month.

 

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