The 30th annual Parent-Child Golf Tournament at the TS&M Woodlawn Golf Course drew 29 entries.
The tournament, which was one of the last events for the junior golf program this year, employed the Rondeau age scoring system, which has a modified handicapping system.
The winner of the father-son junior division was Parker Bell. He shot a 43 over nine holes. Second in the division was Ryan Chernoff with a 46, and Hudson Chernoff was third with a 47.
Winning the father-daughter junior division was Kora Dowhanuik with a 57. Landrey Deatherage was second with a 74.
Jayden Dudas took the mother-son junior division with a score of 61.
The mother-daughter junior winner was Jacey Farr with a 58, followed by her sister, Bailey Farr, who shot 61. There was a two-way tie for third between Maggie Borschowa and Kennedy Dowhanuik who both carded a 63.
In the father-son senior division, the winner was Jace Carlisle, who fired a 38 for the low round of the day. He was followed by Dawson Nobiss, who shot a 45.
The father-daughter senior winner was Tanisey Sernick with a 46. Taryn Stovin was second with a 51 and Zoe Wagner was third with a 55.
Winning the mother-son senior division was Logan Chernoff, who shot 44. Erik Gusikoski shot a 76 to finish second.
Brittany Tuchscherer captured the mother-daughter senior division with a 53.