Golf Leagues

RUSSELL, Pa. — Jon Vincent fired the low gross (35) and Jody Lobell had the low net (34) to highlight the second week of the Cable Hollow Senior Men’s League.

Bruce Macey and Jim Hitchock tied for most points (8.5), Juan Torres and Vincent collected three birdies apiece, Hitchcock had two, and John Blum and Mike Ponsoll both had six points. Hitchock is the season’s top point getter (15.5).

Following are the Eastern Division standings: Townline Auto 44.5, Schwab’s Copers 42.5, Warren Tire 41.0, Jones Chevrolet 36.0, Maple Place Farms 35.5 and NAPA Auto Parts 33.0.

Following are the Western Division standings: Litehouse Auto 48.0, Mike’s Townline 47.0, Cable Hollow Golf 42.5, CTI Physical Therapy 41.0, Huber Blacktop 33.0 and Falconer/Frewsburg Crew 24.0.

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WESTFIELD — Scott Jagoda shot a 1-over par 37 for the best gross score in the Thursday Night Men’s League at Pinehurst Golf Club.

Other gross scores were Nolan Swanson 39, Derek Nickerson 41, Lyndy Smith 42, Ryan Lehman 42 and Ryan Thompson 42.

Among net scores, Chris Robson, Judd Dahl, Caleb Genthner, Daryn Coon and Adam Gornekiewicz all had a 34 and Ryan Robosn shot a 35.

Ryan Lehman (No. 13) and Al Lehman (No. 16) were closest to the pin.

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WARREN, Pa. — Chet Loomis and Bob Carrington combined to shoot a 20 to claim the top spot in the Jackson Valley Golf Course Stableford League.

They were followed by Gary Weber and Tom Moyer with 17 and Don Smith and Rick Gignac with 16.

Individually, Gignac and Patrick Henry both had 11 points, and Tim Rosequist finished with 10.

Among the seniors, John Sabat collected 13 points, Moyer had 11 and Bob Carrington 10.

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WARREN, Pa. — Shaw House leads the Jackson Valley Golf Course Tuesday Night League with 89.5 points, followed by Strong Spine Chiropractic with 88.5, Davies & Sons with 88.0; and Awesome 4-Some and Financial Care Partners with 87.5 apiece.

Jim Sturdevant was the individual high points winner with 8.5. John Sabat and Fred Franklin were tied for second with 8.0.

Low-gross honors went to Rick Gignac with a 34 on the front nine and Owen Becker with a 37 on the back nine. Senior gross honors belonged to Joe Saber and Mickey Caldwell, who both shot a 38 on the front nine, and Chet Loomis, who recorded a 36 on the back nine.

Low-net honors on the front nine were recorded by Jim Grosch and Brandon Franklin with 34 apiece, while Scott Lauffenberger had a 32 on the back nine. Senior net honors belonged to Joe Muscaro with a 33 on the front nine and Dave Guiffre with a 30 on the back nine.

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LAKEWOOD — Tim Sandberg’s 39 led the way in the Youngsville Senior Golf League at Maplehurst Country Club.

Other gross scores were Al Kuzminski, Jon Steffan and Gary Lindell with 43 apiece; and Juan Torres and Art Ward each with a 44.

Scott Pepperman paced the net scores with a 32, followed by Marty Yucha with a 34 and Jim Chapman with a 35.

Ray Adams was closest to the pin on No. 16.

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ASHVILLE — John Widrig fired a 37 to lead the Men’s Morning League at Timber Creek Golf Course.

Other scores were Steve Nord 41, Nick Miletti 44, Dave Kolstee 44, Dan Kell 45, Larry Dunlap 45, Runee Prince 45, Jack Brunco 46, Kevin Brown 47 and Mark Saxton 47.

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ASHVILLE — Jared Coon’s 44 paced the Humpday Hackers League at Timber Creek Golf Course.

Other scores were Brock Windoft 45, Dave Peareson 45, Al Briggs 46, Chris Cady 48, Austin Anderson 48, Craig Burch 48, Larry Dunlay 49, Gary Sams 50, Keith Smith 50.

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CASSADAGA — Jeff Benson paced the Monday Night Men’s League at Cassadaga Country Club with a 36, two shots better than Tim Bulger.

Other scores were Matt Wallace 39, Bob Warsitz 39, Mike Botticello 41, Dave Pihl 41 and Joel Marsh 42.

Benson also recorded a net 30 and Jim Pasierb was closest to the pin on No. 15.

Bulger (birdie on No. 12) and Jack Meyers (birdie on No. 14) recorded skins.

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CHAUTAUQUA — Jen Garrett and Beth Sacilowski both shot a 46 to lead the way in the Monday Night Ladies League on the Lake Course at Chautauqua Golf Club.

Other scores were Angie Penhollow 50, Robin Kayner 50, Tammy Rice 52, Sue Bero 52, Donna Germain 52, Shelly Cady 53, Jody Lehman 53, Pam Secky 54 and Jill Williams 54.

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CHAUTAUQUA — Craig Martin recorded a low gross score of 40 on the windy opening day of Wednesday’s Bill Sprague Memorial League at Chautauqua Golf Course. Other notable scores were Jim Brocious 42, Scott Dearing and Mark Fisher with 43s. Lows on the Back 9 were Tom Lehman and Bill Jones with 45s. Low net scores were Ken Clute 31 and Tim Lehman 33. The Team of Larry’s Cantina is leading the league in points followed by Mayville Legion.


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