Parsons prevails in Fred Wellsby final

Parsons siblings Mary and Ricky finished first in their respective divisions as The Falls played host to the fifth and final round.

Mary Parsons shot a low-gross 77 to take the title at the Optimist Fred Wellsby Junior Divot Tour championship.

The fifth and final round was played Thursday at The Falls.

Parsons, a 14-year old Delta native, edged Mission’s Devin Cutforth by three strokes in the 13-15 year old division.

Niko Kraakman (Deroche), Chris Dale (Mission) and Nathan Bahnman (Abbotsford) tied for third at 81.

Mary’s brother Ricky took top spot in the 10-12 year old division.

He shot 83, nine strokes better than North Delta’s Lorenzo Cardero, and 11 strokes better than West Vancouver’s Laura Wong.

Tyson Dyck shot 94 to take the nine-and-under division.

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