DEWITTVILLE — Ron Gibb was the medalist in the Gold Flight of the Wednesday Morning Senior League at Chautauqua Point Golf Course with a 38.
Cam Morton was the medalist in the White Flight with a 40.
Conrad Howard was closest to the pin on No. 8.
GOLD FLIGHT: Ron Gibb 38, Ron Ranney 42, Rich Ressler 43, Denny Dixon 44, Conrad Howard 44
WHITE FLIGHT: Cam Morton 40, Scott Dearing 42
CASSADAGA — In the Cassadaga Country Club Tuesday Night Men’s Golf League Brenton Wilcox shot 35.
Ohelbeck was low net with a 29, Ron Mason was closest to the pin on No. 15 with a hole-in-one and took the skin on that hole.
Brenton Wilcox 35, Scott Jagoda 36, Steve Wintersteen 36, Tim Bulger 37, Rod Lind 37, Jared Ohelbeck 38, Rick Roos 38, Don Cornell 39, Brad Kelly 39, Mike Lancaster 39, Matt Wallace 39, Pete Wintersteen 39
Jeff Keppel, Jerome Davis Todd D’Angelo and Kevin Darling shot a 130 to take home the One-Day Member Guest Stag at Moon Brook Country Club, while Brett Mucheck, John LaMancuso, Jim White and Ken Brown shot 131.
Steve Bowman, Steven Briggs, Charlie Moss and Vinnie Fanara shot 133 and Chuck Pierce, Quint Lawson, Matt Yaeger and Simon Knepshield fired a 134.
WARREN, Pa. — On Men’s Day at Conewango Valley Country Club Justin Caprino and Scott Scheira led the 18-hole better-ball finals with a 60; Jack Shattuck and Larry Lang shot 61; while Dave See and Joe Hedman shot 62.
In the 9-hole better-ball results Doug Allen and Joe Naim shot 27; Greg Noon and Paul Rizzo 28; Mark Donick and Vance Lauffenburger 29; Alec Conarro and Luke Hofmeister 30.
The Even Up results were led by Greg Noon with 21, Joe Hedman 23, John Zawacki 24, Vance Lauffenburger 24 and Mike Onoratti 24.
Leading the Woods Flight was Joe Nelson with a 36 gross while Joe Hedman had a 34 net; Greg Noon had a 36 gross in the Spieth Flight and Bob McGin a 33 net; Larry Lang had a 39 gros and Bob Sedon a 34 net in the Nicklaus Flight; Phil Simmons shot a 44 gross and Joa Naim a 29 net in the Palmer Flight.
Scott Scheira had a birdie to lead the gross skins while net skins went to Justin Caprino, Noon, Scheira and Jim Vecellio with eagles.
Closest to the pin on No. 5 was Nelson and Vecellio had the longest putt on No. 8.
ASHVILLE — Dustin Raynor’s 40 led the Wednesday PM Humpday Hackers at Timber Creek Golf Course.
Dustin Raynor 40, Brock Windoft 44, Evan Watson 44, Rick Cole 45, Brian McClellan 46, Tim Niedert 46, Brad Houghwot 46, Jared Coon 46, Keith Smith 47, Austin Anderson 48, Carl Braun 48