David Hoke of Jamestown won a playoff against Andrew Furr of Clayton to take first place in the boys 16-18 division at the 21st annual Jack Ratz Jr. Memorial Golf Tournament on Aug. 9 at the Wildwood Green Golf Club in North Raleigh.
Each year, the tournament produces a $1,000 donation to the Cardinal Gibbons High School Scholarship Fund in honor of the winners and in memory of Ratz, who was a club member and a Gibbons freshman when he died in a 1988 car accident at age 15.
Forty-three boys and eight girls turned out, according to a news release announcing official results for the tournament, which is sanctioned as a Triangle Junior Golf Association qualifying event.
His father, Jack Ratz Sr., organizes the annual event to promote teen driving safety.
16-18: 1, Davis Hoke, 70 (playoff); Andrew Furr, 70; 3, Scott Squires, 74
14-15: Micah Alexander, 68; 2, Zach Seabolt, 71; 3, Kaleb Lester, 77
12-13: 1, Zachary Chapman, 74; 2, Adam Gross, 79
10-11 (nine holes): 1, Ryan Gerrard, 42; 2, Daulton Mauldin, 43
9 and under (six holes): Carson Hailey, 25; 2, J.D. Ross, 34
16-18: 1, Michelle Pilo, 67; 2, Katie Seymour, 80
14-15: 1, Alli Mossinghoff, 84