CRESSON - David DeGol won the championship flight of the Summit Country Club's Match Play Club Championship, while Mitch Johns finished second.
David DeGol Sr. won the first flight, while Tony Mignogna was runner-up. Dr. Brett Dongell won the second flight, and Sam Callistro was second.
Frank Szczechowicz took the third flight, and Mase McCreary was second. Bob Ruggiero won the fourth flight, and Charlie Horten was second.
Anita Joe Petrusky won the women's division championship flight, and Kate Conway was second. Therese Perino won the first flight, and Theresa Hoffman was second.
Horten carded a 127 to win the Summit Country Club's Jack Calandra Golf Classic men's division on Saturday by six strokes over Joe Dziabo (133).
Bill Klayko (134) and Vaughn Lewis (135) were third and fourth, respectively. There was a four-way tie for fifth, as McCreary, Rich Patton, Al Simanski and D.J. Michina scored 136.
Tom Muldoon won the men's senior division with a 126, while Gig Burk (132) was second, and Fran Nazie (134) was third. Kate Conway won the women's division with a 143, while Therese Perino (143) was second. Dillon Perino won the junior boys title with a 156.
Skill prize winners on Saturday were HC Lang (longest putt on two), Brent Krug (longest drive on three), D.J. Michina (closest tee shot on four), Bill Muriceak (closest second shot on five), Vance Blair (closest tee shot on eight), Bill Vescovi (longest putt on 10), Jerry Seidel (closest tee shot on 12), McCreary (longest putt on 14), Lewis (closest second shot on 15) and Bob Rabatin (closest second shot on 17).
Skill winners on Sunday were Brandon Stephens (longest putt on two, closest tee shot on 12), John Rozansky (closest tee shot on 4), Justin Parkin (closest second shot on five), Marty Finklestine (straightest drive on six, longest putt on 14), T.J. Delic (closest tee shot on eight), Dr. John Joseph (longest putt on 10), Denny Michina Sr. (closest second shot on 15) and Brady Eckenrode (closest second shot on 17).
Perino stands in first place with 60 points in the Summit Country Club's Ladies League after the first half of the season was completed on Monday.
Following Perino are Carrie Fogel (56), Phyllis Traino (54), Bonnie Deem (52), Jeanette Madey (52), Lauren Graham (44), Charlotte McConn (28), Diana Naugle (20) and Kim Johnson (10).
Skill prize winners in the first half were Fogel (closest tee shot on eight, April 30 and June 25), Madey (closest tee shot on four, June 12 and July 2), Deem (closest tee shot on eight, June 12 and June 19) and McConn (closest tee shot on four, June 19 and July 9).
MURRAYSVILLE - Hollidaysburg's Jordan Kirsch won the 20-man KPGA Golf Tournament with a 74, becoming eligible to play in the Challenge Cup State Championship.
On June 27, Kirsch placed second with a 77 in the Tri-State PGA Junior Tournament at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort.
Four area golfers won their respective divisions when the Northeast Junior Golf Tour stopped at the Summit Country Club on Monday.
Hollidaysburg's Ross Woomer won the boys 16-18 Pine Valley division with a 94. Cresson's Ian Dunmyer captured the boys 13-15 Oakmont division with an 80. Hollidaysburg's David Snyder took the boys 13-15 Pine Valley. Tyrone's Ethan Vipond won the boys 10-12 Pine Valley.
Altoona's Chris Michelone (79) and Hollidaysburg's Jordan Kirsch (83) took third and fourth, respectively, in the boys 16-18 Oakmont, and New Enterprise's J.J. McCabe (92) was seventh. Hollidaysburg's Hunter Shields (108) was third in the Pine Valley 16-18s.
Hollidaysburg's Danny Stubbs and Altoona's Trent Martin tied for third in the boys 13-15 Oakmont at 83. Ebensburg's Jeremy Eckenrode (84) and Gabe Seymour (87) were fifth and seventh, respectively.
Following Snyder in the top 10 were Hollidaysburg's Jerome Landry (second, 83), Jesse Ottaway (third, 86), David Schraff (seventh, 93) and Jon Bilek (tied for eighth, 95), Northern Cambria's Hunter Duriez and Tyrone's Derek Fink (88), who tied for fourth, Ebensburg's Collin Seymour (sixth, 92) and Loretto's Tyler Smolko (10th, 97).
Altoona's Andrew Ferguson finished second at 99 behind Vipond. Bedford's Kyler Pennabaker and Altoona's John Paul Duffy tied for third at 100, and Altoona's Max Crownover (107) was fifth.
Three days earlier, at the Golf Club at Somerset, Hollidaysburg's Danny Stubbs won the boys 13-15 Oakmont with an 87, and Ottaway captured the boys 13-15 Pine Valley with an 84 - one stroke ahead of Landry (85). Bedford's Nick Straub won the boys 16-18 Pine Valley with an 89.
Michelone (82) finished second in the boys 16-18 Oakmont, and Bedford's Matt Karnas (93) was third. Following Ottaway and Landry were Gabe Seymour (third, 86), Collin Seymour (sixth, 90), Bilek (seventh, 95), Wood (ninth, 97) and McCarthy (106).
HOLLIDAYSBURG - The team of Bev Ricketts, Leah Geissinger, Marian Monios and Mary Lou Lawruk won a scorecard playoff against Genney Vannemon, Dorothy Cavalet, Lynn Durbin and Susan Haught after both scored a 69 in the Sylvan Hills Ladies Golf Association Invitational on Thursday.
Phyllis Morrison, Sandy Lantzy and Connie Angeski also carded a 69 and finished third.
Darlene Grove, Louise Stoner, Brenda Flick and Kathleen Brinkmiller won a scorecard playoff for fourth against Cindy Trimarco, Chabala Grab and Rita Brouse after both scored 71.
Skill prize winners were Brouse (longest drive on one), Lantzy (closest to the pin on four), Haught (longest putt on five), Morrison (closest to the pin on 11), Ricketts (longest drive on 17) and Angeski (longest putt on 18).
The team of Sandy Murphy, Shirley Wilkinson and Loretta Scheiter won the Sylvan Hills Golf Club Ladies Association ball in bag event. Roz Sky had the longest putt on the fourth hole.
TYRONE - Ralph Hamilton, Harry Miller and Ann Jackson took first place in the Sinking Valley Tuesday Night League.
John Graham, Bob Gray and Tom Jackson Sr. finished second, and Chris Futrick, Mike Laird, Mike Ashcroft and Jean Kelly placed third.
HUNTINGDON - John Hughes and Bill Landis captured the first cycle of the Big Orange Golf League at the Huntingdon Country Club.
Larry Newton had the low gross with a 38, and Gerald Huggler had the low net with a 30. Huggler's chip on the third hole for a birdie was the shot of the day.
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