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Kaleb Fisher shot a scorching low-gross 56 to place first overall in round one of the Fraser Valley Junior Golf Tournament, held Tuesday at the Aquadel golf course.

Fisher was one shot better than Steven Scurr on the par-55 course, with Joe Zerdin finishing third at 59.

Zerdin was the top 17-year-old, Fisher the top 16-year-old and Scurr the top 15-year-old.

Other age group leaders were Lynden Knobel and Christopher Dale (11-year-olds), Brendan Lancaster (12-year-olds), Andrew Wong (13-year-olds) and Cole Briggs (14-year-olds).

Fifty two golfers participated in the first round.

Fisher stayed hot during Wednesday’s second round at the Meadowland Golf and Country Club, firing a low gross 71 to finish tied for top spot with Scurr.

Briggs placed third, shooting a 72.

Age group leaders at Meadowland were Dale (11-year-olds), Lancaster (12-year-olds), Wong (13-year-olds), Briggs (14-year-olds), Scurr (15-year-olds), Fisher (16-year-olds) and Alex Leech and Joe Zerdin (17-year-olds).

49 golfers participated in the second round.

Round three is today (Thursday) at the Chilliwack Golf and Country Club. Round four is tomorrow at the Royalwood Golf and RV Resort.

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