Ryan Vest of Predator Ridge went low on the Zone 2 Junior Golf Tour last weekend. (File Photo)

Vest goes low on Junior Tour

Ryan Vest of Predator Ridge posted a runner-up and a third in Zone 2 Junior Golf Tour stops

Ryan Vest of Predator Ridge posted a runner-up and a third in Zone 2 Junior Golf Tour stops last weekend.

The 10-year-old Bantam shot 71 Sunday at Talking Rock near Chase to finish a stroke back of Kyle Mayner, a Bantam out of Kelowna.

Vest shot 71 Saturday at the Salmon Arm Golf &Country Club. Wyatt Brook of Kamloops (Rivershore) won the tournament at 67, followed by Cole Wilson of Kelowna at 70.

Ryley Johnson and Will Lockwood (Bantam) of Vernon both shot 74 for sixth place.

Jaden Steinke of Vernon carded a 76 to place 10th in Salmon Arm, while Vernon’s Braeden Cooper was 12th with a 78.

Johnson fashioned an 80 for 13th spot at Talking Rock, while Steinke fired an 86 and Parker Wadsworth of Vernon had an 87.

The Tour finals go this weekend at Gallagher’s Canyon in Kelowna.

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