ASHVILLE — Darrell Gruber and Howie Moore fired matching 39s to lead the Wednesday Morning Men’s League at Timber Creek Golf Course.
Mark Digirolamo 40, Keith Beckerink 41, Denny Tyger 42, Doug Smith 42, Bruce Brightman 43, Dave Kolstee 43, Dan Kell 44, Jack Brunco 44, Runee Prince 44
ASHVILLE — Brock Windoft and Jared Coon both shot 42s to lead the Humpday Hackers at Timber Creek Golf Course.
Brad Houghwot 43, Mark Truver 44, Dave Pearson 44, Al Briggs 44, Rick Cole 45, Tim Reed 46, Dan Sullivan 46, Craig Burch 46, Keith Smith 46, Austin Anderson 46
ASHVILLE — Sue Richardson’s 55 led the scratch scores and Helen Adams’ 42 led the net scores in Class A of the Partakers League at Timber Creek Golf Course.
Marsha Gastol hit 17 putts in Class A.
In Class B, Mimi Huffman and Debra Strong had matching net 41s, Robin Grubbs had a scratch 61 and Kathy Sloan hit 17 putts.
On July 5, Connie Crick, Gastol and Cheryl Johnson hit 54s to lead Class A. Beth Digirolamo and Sylvia Fiorello had net 39s and Adams hit 15 putts.
In Class B, Emma McCreary had a scratch 55, Strong had a net 38 and Sally Saff hit 15 putts.
MAGNOLIA — Lisa Masters shot a 35 to lead the Parteers at Willow Run Golf Course.
Masters birdied No. 3 and Cindy Janson birdied No. 7.
Janice Brown 40, Cindy Janson 40, Sharon Casselman 42, Sandy Pratt 42, Carla Borland Howie 43, Susie Stuart 44, Nancy Baker 45, Kathy Bernard 45, Patty Kulju 45, Brenda Wiedenhofer 45, Judy Bentley 47, Linda Smith 47, Chris Anderson 48, Karen Bjorkholm-Leeper 50, Lorrue Bush 50
ASHVILLE — Onda Cole and Candy Carlson bot shot 50s to lead the Tuesday Morning Ladies League at Timber Creek Golf Course.
Doreen Murtaugh 53, Cindy Massey 54, Angela Nazzaro 55, Bonnie Green 56, Connie Heil 59, Connie Crick 59
ASHVILLE — Brenda Tarana and Toni Indriolo shot 46s to pace the Tuesday Players League at Timber Creek Golf Course.
Kathi Ames 47, Julie Acklin 49, Maggie Dalton 50, Annette Patric 51, Anne Yager 52, Linda Ostrom 52, Karan Murray 53, Karen Coccagnia 53
WARREN, Pa. — Skete Williams and Matt Johnson teamed up for a 30 on the front nine in the A-1 Flight to lead the Monday Night League at Jackson Valley Golf Course.
The league was playing for the first time in two weeks.
Mark Silvis and Tim Watkins had a net 32 on the front nine in the A-1 Flight.
In the A-2 Flight on the front nine, Ryan Vik and Dave Spotts had a scratch 34 while Brandon Franklin and Fred Franklin had a net 38.
In the B-1 Flight on the back nine, Randy Carlson and Kihm Carlson teamed up for a scratch 33 while Rusty Wallace and Kevin Fiscus had a net 35.
In the B-2 Flight on the back nine, Bob Carrington and Jim Sudul had a scratch 41 while Bob Hamm and Jon Hamm had a net 40.
WARREN, Pa. — Kellie McClement led the A Flight with a scratch 45 and Nancy Larson had a net 33 during Ladies League play at Jackson Valley Golf Course.
Kris Moylan and Mary Beth Whiting both hit 15 putts in the A Flight.
In the B Flight, Wendy Lescynski had a scratch 53, Tracey Williams had a net 32 and Cindy Munksgard hit 17 putts.
Leigh Unen and Donna McDonald tied for low gross honors in the C Flight with 61s. Kelli Ford had a net 36 and Kathleen Clark hit 16 putts.
In the D Flight, Vicki Blackmer had a scratch 59 and hit 17 putts. Paula Britt had a net 22.
BUSTI — Mary Green’s 43 led the Ladies Tuesday Night League at South Hills Country Club.
Kristen Carlson 48, MaryJo Ford 51, Lynn Radack 51, Patty Lundin 51, Nancy Philbrick 52, Sarah Drake 52, Corie Maxson 52, Andrea Carlson 53, Jamie Evan 54, Sally Buffone 54, Kristy Moore 54, Michelle Slade 55, Anne Smith 55
WESTFIELD — Ryan Swanson’s 34 led the Brocton Legion Post 434 Wednesday Men’s League at Pinehurst Golf Club.
Levi Davis fired a net 31.
Dave Daniels and Doug Mason were closest to the pin, Tim Wagner won the prize hole, and Ryan Lehman and Mason earned skins.
Gross: Scott Jagoda 37, Levi Davis 40, Miguel Martinez 40, Gary Arnold 40, Bob Remington 41, Andy Deakin 41, Ryan Lehman 41
Net: Bob Remington 33, Rick Bauza 34, Gary Arnold 34, Ryan Swanson 34, John Chabuel 34
MAGNOLIA — Kerry Coan’s 38 led the AffinityOne FCU Wednesday Night League at Willow Run Golf Course.
Elba Lawson 45, Angie Giuffre 45, Barb Reynolds 46, Betsy Eggleston 47, Janet Woodward 47, Janet Kulig 48
MAGNOLIA — Marsha Gastol’s 40 paced Class A during Wednesday Morning Ladies League play at Willow Run Golf Course.
Helen Adams had a net 28 while Cheryl Johnson hit 14 putts.
In Class B, Rosemarie Wilder had a scratch 43, Karen Schuver shot a net 28 and Kathy Yaw hit 16 putts.
RUSSELL, Pa. — Jim Casini and John Felton lead the Monday Night Paul Holmes League at Cable Hollw Golf Course with 129.50 points.
Craig Johnson and Pat Ward are second with 128.50 points while Mark Snarberg and Niel Rounds are third with 124.50 points.
Nathan Donsi Jr. and Duane Rosenhow were last week’s event winners.
RUSSELL, Pa. — Adam Miller and Todd Hendricks lead the Tuesday Fitch League at Cable Hollow Golf Course with 56.50 points.
Jon Vincent and Cody Vincent are second with 54.50 points while Terry Gray and Teagan Gray are third with 45.50 points.
Chuck Moffett and Troy Jackson, Dave Klemens and Kyle Ristau, Adam Miller and Todd Hendricks, and Rick Rohlin and Henry Borger all tied for last week’s event.
RUSSELL, Pa. — Sharon Birtcil and Barb Hill lead the Early League with 101.50 points while Kathy Bradshaw and Julie Fenton lead the Late League with 87.50 points in the Wednesday Ladies Leagues at Cable Hollow Golf Course.
In the Early League, Danelle Sowers and Jill Dart are second with 96 points.
In the Late League, Mary Gayton and Patty Hurtack are second with 86 points.
Barb Hill was last week’s event winner.
CASSADAGA — Mike Botticello’s 31 led the Integrated Benefits Solutions Tuesday Night Men’s Golf League at Cassadaga Country Club.
Greg Wise fired the low net with a 26.
Mike Hoffman was closest to the pin at No. 6. Mike Lancaster eagled No. 9, Botticello birdied No. 8 and Matt Wallace birdied No. 7.
Dawson Bird 36, Tim Bulger 36, Scott Jagoda 36, Mark Botticello 37, Brad Kelly 37, Matt Wallace 37, Greg Wise 37, Sean Helmer 38, Mike Lancaster 38, Rod Lind 39
CASSADAGA — Nick Stern’s 37 led the Monday Night Men’s League at Cassadaga Country Club.
Dave Moch was closest to the pin at No. 6.
Brad Blizzard birdied No. 2 and Stern birdied No. 4.
Dan Kenzie 38, Todd Fenton 39, Mike Nichols 39, Fred Stern 39, Adam Meyers 40, Brian Blizzard 42, Bob Warsitz 42, Brian Wojcinski 42
WARREN, Pa. — Hallie Dubia’s 45 led Ladies Day at Conewango Valley Country Club.
Mary Sue Golen had a net 37 followed by Janeal Hedman and Ruth Derby with 38s.
Dubia fired a 24 to win the special event, which was even holes. Dubia also hit the closest fourth shot on No. 12, stopping 18 inches away from the cup.
CASSADAGA — Steve Wintersteen’s 32 led the Thursday Night Men’s League at Cassadaga Country Club.
Joe Tramuta’s 30 led the net scores.
Bob Jank was closest to the pin at No. 5. Mike Lawhead birdied No. 10 and eagled No. 13 while Dave Meadows eagled No. 16.
Mike Lancaster 39, Mike Lawhead 39, Joe Tramuta 39, Scott Johnson 41, Derek Houser 42, Nick Krupa 42
RUSSELL, Pa. — Sharon Birtcil had a scratch 45 while also matching Deb Niederriter for low net with 37s during A Flight play in the Ladies League at Blueberry Hill Golf Course.
Margie Cerra had a scratch 49 and Sue Ferranto had a net 38. Birtcil and Niederriter shared tournament honors with 20s while Cerra had a 21. The tournament was score on odd holes.
In the B Flight, Jody Christensen had a scratch 49 and a net 34. Debbie Borst, Jackie Saber and Amy Stewart had scratch 52s while Saber and Stewart had net 36s. Saber won the tournament with a 20 while Borst and Darcy Marek had 21s.
Karen Beardsley led the C Flight with a scratch 53 and a net 35. Jeanna Morrison and Diedra Swanson had scratch 54s and net 37s. Beardsley, Lisa Christie and Bev Eldridge led the tournament with 24s while Deb Bialas, Jill Dart, Patti Larson, Jill Morley and Morrison had 25s.
Martha Betts and Karen Sobkowski had matching 54s to lead the D Flight while Sue Shields had a 58. Betts had a net 34 and Sobkowski had a net 35. Shields and Sobkowski had 24s to lead the tournament. Shelly Hoover had a 25.
In the E Flight, Linda Dies and Cindy Lodestro fired matching 61s while Jennie Caldwell and Young Hui Waite had matching 62s. Dies had a net 32 while Cheryl Clark and Lodestro had net 36s. Lodestro and Waite led the tournament with 25s while Clark had a 26.
Cindy Schuman led the F Flight with a scratch 61 and net 30 to go along with a 26 in the tournament. Beth Lundberg had a scratch 64, Amanda Slattery had a net 31 and Lundberg had a 27 in the tournament.
RUSSELL, Pa. — Dick Craker’s 39 led the Monday Senior League at Blueberry Hill Golf Course.
Rod Seymour had a net 31.
Gene Conell made an eagle while Craker, Bob Buerkle and Ed Zieraiski each made a birdie.
Gross: Larry Lodestro 41, Ed Zieraiski 42
Net: Gene Conell 33
Team Standings: Conklin Restoration 27.5, United Refining 27, Jones Chevrolet 23, Midtown Motors 22, Ralph-E’s Pub 22, Voty’s Insurance 21.5, Morning Sun 19.5, Eagles 19.5, Sheffield Timber 19.5, VFW AmVets 18, Frailey’s 18, Mullen’s Auto Repair 17.5, Ed Shults of Warren 17.5, American Legion 17, Alabaugh’s Radiators 13, NAPA Auto Parts 10.5, Mt. Laurel FCU 10.5, Borden Funeral Home 6.5
CASSADAGA — Jen Vahl’s 47 paced the Ladies Wednesday Night League at Cassadaga Country Club.
Deb Yerico made a chip-in, Michelle Helmer converted a birdie and Linda Roos was closest to the pin.
Laura Wintersteen 47, Michelle Helmer 47, Jodi Hoffman 49
WARREN, Pa. — Three teams tied for the top 18-hole better-ball score during Men’s Day at Conewango Valley Country Club.
Phil Simmons and Rick Brewster, George Adams and Gary Adams, and Bill Mahan and Dr. Pat Farrell all fired 61s. Shooting 62s were the teams of Bart Jensen and Mike Barber, Bill Turner and Ben O’Neill, and Jamie California and Sylas Cameron.
John Cook and Steve Phillips matched Calvin Rose and Jordan Wilson for the top 9-hole better-ball score with 31s.
Gary Adams, Nolan Ditcher and Joe Salvaggio all fired 35s to lead the 1st Flight. George Adams had a net 33 and Nate Sandberg had a net 34.
In the 2nd Flight, Bart Jensen had a scratch 38, Don Dubia had a 39 and Williard Foley had a 40. California fired a net 32 and Tom Yocum had a 34 while Steve Rothenburg and Kris Anthony had 35s.
Dr. Paul Ignatius led the 3rd Flight with a 42 while John Bevevino, Vance Lauffenburger and Dr. Jim Spangler fired 43s. Mike Montecalvo had a net 34 and Jim Vecellio had a 35.
O’Neill’s 44 led the 4th Flight and Dave See had a 46. Dr. Pat Farrell had a net 34, Bob Metzgar had a 35 and John Cook had a 40.
Casey Vincent earned skins at Nos. 12 and 13 while Bob McGinn earned a skin at No. 14.
Net skins were earned by Bevevino at No. 2, Martin Smith at No. 4, Rose at No. 5, Mahan at No. 12, Phil Mathyer at No. 13 and Nick Genco at No. 17.
Rose was closest to the pin at No. 5 and Casey Vincent made the longest putt at No. 9.