Sports briefs — Nov. 18, 2020

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Pros, amateurs tee it up at The Cedars

With the COVID-19 pandemic still curtailing large-scale events, The Cedars at Dungeness’ 50th-annual Olympic Peninsula Pro-Am/Pro-Pro Golf Tournament drew 140 participants for play on Nov. 7 and 8.

The Pro-Am event, partnering one professional golfer with four amateurs in a two-day tournament, saw David Phay of Whidbey Island Golf Course earn the top pro score, while the team event was led by Cedars pro Chad Wagner and amateurs Jason Doig, Eric Lane, David Lane and Troy Atwell.

The Pro-Pro event, with professionals playing a two-day, two-person best ball-format tournament, saw Mark Knowles and Conner Robbins of North Shore Golf Course edge Wagner and partner Austin Hurt of Wing Point Golf Course in a sudden death playoff.

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