The District 5 Golf Tournament, scheduled for today, has been postponed until Thursday.
The move was made because of expected bad weather and a death in the family of the golf pro at Great Cove Golf Club in McConnelsburg.
According to a press release from District 5 Golf Tournament director Brown Cutchall, there's a 70 percent chance of rain and thunder and lightning forecasted for today, as well as rain being predicted for Wednesday morning.
All other details of the tournament will remain the same.
Lafferty beats DeGol
HOLLIDAYSBURG - Andy Lafferty defeated Dennis DeGol Jr. in 19 holes to win the Sylvan Hills Golf Club's overall match play club championship.
The team of Gary Zimmerman, Don Boland, Connie Angeski and Rosey McCoy carded a 33 and took first place in the Sylvan Hills Ladies Golf Association Jack and Jill in a cardoff with Marty Long, Dick Barefoot and Sandy Murphy. John Roland, Paul Conway, Lynn Durbin and Linda Smith (34) finished third.
Brown, Novak win
IMLER - Tyler Brown won the low gross, and Terry Novak won the low net in the Sept. 16 Monday Night League at King Valley.
Kent Sell finished second behind Brown, and Will Eicher was third. Garrett Shaw took second behind Novak, and Dave Salome was third.
Team Pepsi triumphs
TYRONE - Four sponsored teams played in Giant Eagle's Grocers Fight Cancer charity golf game at the Scotch Valley Country Club on Monday.
Team Pepsi came in first place with a 57, followed by Team Tom Troy, which also had a 57, but lost the card off. In third place, Team Long carded a 63, followed by Team Red Bull / Logan Beverage who also scored a 63 who won the card off.
A four-team three-player scramble was played as well that day, with David DeGol, David Degol Jr. and Morley Cohn coming in first place with a score of 59. Brett Smith, Brady Eckenrode and Paul Cooney came in second with a 61. The teams of Matt Neumeyer, Lee Page and Joel Meyers and Ken Macha, Frank Frontino, and Harry Prosser tied for third by carding a 62.
The proceeds of both matches were donated to the American Cancer Society.
Cardoff at Summit
CRESSON - There were four three-player teams at the "We Love the Summit Country Club" fundraiser scramble match, and each of them carded a 57. Team places were decided by a cardoff.
Marty Finklestine, Dr. Ed Maruca and Gig Burk's team came in first place, followed by Ralph Lewis, Felix Symkowiak and Bob Maher in second. Gary Naugle, Diana Naugle and Dick Logan came in third place, and Dale Perino, Hop Burgoon and Vaughn Lewis landed in fourth.