Golf Leagues

ASHVILLE — In the Wednesday AM 2-Man Scramble at Timber Creek Golf Course, Ken Beebe and Paul Hopkins led the way with a 58.

Ken Beebe/Paul Hopkins 58, Jim Cady/Chuck Vesotski 60, Ted Chase/Jim Emborsky 61, Marty Hovey/Alan Jaroszynski 63, Bill Schutt/Jerry Weaver 64, Steve Martins/Mike Brandow 64


ASHVILLE — In the Wednesday PM Humpday Hackers League at Timber Creek Golf Course, Rick Cole and Jared Coon both shot 42s.

Rick Cole 42, Jared Coon 42, Dustin Raynor 43, Keith Smith 43, Tim Neidert 44, Brock Windoft 45, Austin Anderson 46, Tim Reed 46, Larry Begel 47, Kevin Braun 47, Andrew Tordella 47


ASHVILLE — In the Thursday PM Men’s Warren Sheet Metal 2-man Scramble at Timber Creek Golf Course, Kyle Rensel and Jordan Coccagnia shot 34.

Kyle Rensen/Jordan Coccagnia 34, Matt Beebe/Adam Beebe 35, Dave Leathers/Paul Silzle 35, Mark LeBaron/Norm Dziendziel 36, Bruce Bretz/Rich Tyger 37, Zach Camarata/Aaron Widrig 37, Tom Pilling/Bill Jackson 37


AKELEY, Pa. — In the Senior Men’s Friday Golf League at Cable Hollow Golf Course, Jim’s Team leads the Eastern Division with 408 points.

In the Western Division, Mike’s Townline leads with 408.5 points.

Jim Leaskey and Jon Vincent shot 36s with Vincent leading the net scores with a 33.

Alan Ludwick had three birdies while Douglas Harrison, David Garey and Chuck Roberts each had 8.5 points. Wayne Matve leads in total points with 112.5.

EASTERN DIVISION: Jim’s Team 408, Jones Chevrolet 402.5, Jones Pest Control 391, Community Resource 390.5, The Duffers 386.5, Get R Done 385.5, The Fab Four 367.5, Struthers 367.5, Warren Tire 359, House of Print 352.5

WESTERN DIVISION: Mike’s Townline 408.5, Conn and Company 397, Bonded Services 391.5, Cable Hollow Golf 372.5, Maple Place Farms 368, The Yanks 366.5, Pete’s Team 365, Mt. Laurel FCU 361.5, Falconer/Frewsburg Crew 356.5, Horseshoe Inn 341


CASSADAGA — In the Monday Night Men’s Golf League at Cassadaga Country Club, Mike Botticello led the way with a 35.

Jared Trickle shot a 30 net, Butts was closest to the pin on No. 6, Mark Botticello got the skin on No. 7 with a birdie and Mike Botticello got the skin on No. 8 with a birdie.

Mike Botticello 35, Mark Botticello 36, Fred Chamberlin 39, Fred Stern 40, Jeff Benson 41, Brad Blizzard 41, Rex Goot 41, Randy Butts 42, Bob Warsitz 42


WARREN, Pa. — Joe Nelson and Mike Onoratti fired a 58 18-hole team better-ball score to lead on Men’s Day at Conewango Valley Country Club.

Justin Frederoski and Kyle Hellman were second with a 60 while Phil Mathyer and Ben O’Neill were third with a 62.

In the 9-hole team better-ball competition, Nelson and Onoratti were first with a 28. Randy Ordines and Paul Rizzo were second with a 29 while Mathyer and O’Neill were third via tie-breaker with a 30.

Onoratti and O’Neill split the Par 3s and Par 5s contest with 17s while Doug Swanson, Joe Hedman, Ordines, Mark Charbonneau, Mark Donick and Kris Anthony all fired 18s.

Swanson was low gross in the Woods Flight with a 36 while Frederoski had low net with a 33.

In the Spieth Flight, Onoratti was low gross at 35 and Ordines was low net at 34.

In the Nicklaus Flight, Bill Schuver fired low gross with a 41 and Kris Anthony had low net with a 34.

Tim Huber led the Palmer Flight with a 41 gross score and Mathyer had a 36 net.

Onoratti birdied No. 1 and eagled No. 9.

Austin Stoddard was closest to the pin on No. 5 and Frederoski made the longest putt at No. 8.


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