CASSADAGA — Steve Wintersteen shot 30 to lead all scores in the Tuesday Night Men’s Golf League at Cassadaga Country Club.
Dan Crandall had the low net of 25, Ron Mason was closest to the pin on No. 15, and Wintersteen took the skin on No. 18.
Steve Wintersteen 30, Brenton Wilcox 33, Rod Lind 34, Matt Wallace 35, Scott Jagoda 36, Scott Nuccio 36, Tim Bulger 37, Todd Fenton 37, Dick Frost 38, Brad Kelly 38, Fred Chamberlin 39, Don House 39, Rob Juzdowski 39
MAGNOLIA — In the Parteers Golf League at Willow Run Golf Course Karen Bjorkholm-Leeper shot 41.
Karen Bjorkholm-Leeper 41, Judy Bentley 42, Sharon Casselman 43, Linda Smith 43, Lorrie Bush 46, Christina Anderson 47, Susie Stuart 48
DEWITTVILLE — In the Wednesday Senior League at Chautauqua Point Golf Course the Gold Flight had Mel Baldwin and Ralph Rudy tie for medalist honors with 43s while Rich Ressler shot 44.
In the White Flight Cam Morton was your medalist with a 41, Pete Mortynczuk and Frank Paternosh carded 42s and Dave Freay was closest to the pin on No. 2.
WARREN, Pa. — Through Week 20 of the Cable Hollow Senior Men’s Friday Golf League, the Eastern Division is led by: Schwab’s Copiers 429.5, Get-R-Done 420.5, The New Guys 414, Bay Viewers 403, The Duffer’s 399, Cable Hollow 394.5, Bonded Services 393.5, Jones Pest Control 393, CRI 372, House of Print 366, Falconer/Frewsburg 364.5.
In the Western Division Mt. Laurel FCU has 431, Pete’s Team 410, Struther’s Wells 409, The Yanks 407.5, Mike’s Townline 405.5, Jones Chevrolet 401, Maple Place 394, Warren Tire 393.5, H/H Daley Realty 381, Conn & Company 397.5, S&A Construction 372.5.
Low gross went to Terry English and Pete Hofert with a 38. Two birdies went to Terry English and Gene Covell while Pete Hofert, Bob Orbanic and Ken Robeson had six pars. Craig Johnson had nine points.
Jon Vincent leads the way in total points with 117.
WARREN, Pa. — Bill Mahan and Ed Kavanaugh fired a 18-hole better-ball 58 to lead Men’s Day at Conewango Valley Country Club.
Glenn Fegely and Rick Brewster were second with a 60 while John Dale and Robert Metzgar were third with a 61.
Fegely and Brewster’s 29 tied Mahan and Kavanaugh for the best 9-hole better-ball score. Brendan Lobdell and Scott Reynolds were third with a 30 while Bill Turner and Shawn Baldensperger were fourth with a 30.
Dave See won the Strike 3 contest with a 6-under while Mahan and Brewster were both 5-under. Fegely and Lobdell were both 4-under.
Anthony Pellegrino’s 37 was good for the Woods Flight low gross while Rick Sotir and Tim Holter tied for net honors with 35s.
Maurice Bennett’s 39 led the Spieth Flight low gross while Gary Evans and Sy Cameron had net 35s.
Bill Schuver’s 42 led the Nicklaus Flight low gross while Mark Espin’s 34 was low net.
Brewster’s 34 led the Palmer Flight while Mahan and See had net 33s.
Pellegrino birdied No. 2, Sotir birdied No. 3, Mike McElrath birdied No. 6, Scott Reynolds birdied No. 7 and Espin birdied No. 8.
See net eagled No. 1, McElrath net eagled No. 6 and Espin net eagled No. 8.
Sotir and Bennett split the kicker with a 35.
Lobdell was closest to the pin on No. 5 and Bennett was closest to the pin on No. 8.