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    $12K to be donated to swim, baseball and soccer teams

    There were 116 golfers in the tournament, and some were the recipients of more than 30 items that were donated by local businesses for prizes. Courtesy photo

    More than 100 golfers turned out for the third annual Terry Page Memorial Tournament recently held at the Moab Golf Course. The event was sponsored by dozens of local businesses and individuals, and proceeds of $12,000 will help support the Moab swim team and the boys baseball and soccer teams at Grand County High School.

    Tournament winners were Masen Ward, Braden Ward, Jessie Ward and Tyson McDougall. They won in a one-hole playoff against the defending champion Woodard family comprised of Don, Chris, Aaron and Brendon Woodard.

    Said organizers in a press release, “We want to thank everyone for their participation, donations and sponsorship, but most of all we want to thank you for supporting GCHS youth and their activities, while paying tribute to our coach, father, husband and grandfather, the late Terry Page.”

    There were 116 golfers in the tournament, and some were the recipients of more than 30 items that were donated by local businesses for prizes. “A big thank you to the volunteers who helped make this tournament successful,” organizers said. “A special shout out to the GCHS cheerleaders and their coaches for helping with this tournament.”

    Checks will be presented to the three sports teams at the first home volleyball game of the season at GCHS. This makes a total of more than $32,000 that has been donated from the event to the tournament over the past three years.

    The fourth annual Terry Page Memorial Golf Tournament is slated for June 20, 2020.

    A few of the participants gather around a banner memorializing the late Terry Page. Tournament winners were Masen Ward, Braden Ward, Jessie Ward and Tyson McDougall. Courtesy photo

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