CROSBY – The twenty-second annual Jared Jamail Tournament is in the history books, and the tradition continues to make scholarships for Crosby ISD students from golfers’ generosity.
The original tournament began in 1999 and up until now over $330,000 has been awarded to 132 Crosby High School seniors. Now the Jared Jamail Tournament awards that were 4 scholarships each year at $1,500 each has reached to award 4 scholarships at $5,000 each.
A raffle — featuring a framed, autographed Hall of Fame Earl Campbell Jersey and autographed, framed photo of Dan Pastorini — was won by Max Cullum. Jake McGinnis won a 6 month membership at Stonebridge at Newport, which includes unlimited golf a cart and range balls.
This year the golf tournament, breakfast, coffee, lunch, and awards brought forth a full flight plus of golfers. Turner Chevrolet sponsored the Hole in One contest with a 2021 Chevy Equinox. Awards were presented to Closest to the Pin and Longest Drive.
The Team of Jaxson Daniele, Bryan Daniele, Jerrid Payton and Chelsea Kinard won with a score of 50, having eagled all par fives. Jaxson Daniele and Chelsea Daniele were winners of the Closest to the Pin and Longest Drive Contest. In second place was the team of Mario Windfont, Jaime Hudson, Lance Carrier and Brandon Cartwright.