Mixed team wins at Sylvan; Ergler takes home car

HOLLIDAYSBURG – The team of Ken Perry, George Focht, John Kyle and Linda King recently won the Sylvan Hills Golf Club Scramble with a 34.

The group won with a 34 on a card off with Lynn Perry, John Cristofer, George Terza and Sally Unger. Third place went to John Urchick, Cliff Lawson and Helen Singel.

In other action, Rita Brouse and Anita Jo Petrusky won the Member/Guest tournament. Second place went to Karen Hosey and Kathy Bottenfield, followed by Sandy Murphy and Chris Sisto, Brenda Flick and June Reed and Susan Haught and Genny Vanemon.

Longest drive honors went to Flick (No. 1) and Brouse (No. 6), longest putt honors (Linda wise (No. 3) and Haught (No. 8), along with closest-to-the-pin honors to Reed (No. 2) and Petrusky (No. 4).

Gargula gets low-gross

HUNTINGDON – Ed Gargula shot a 37 to take the low-gross honor in the Big Orange Golf League at the Huntingdon Country Club.

The team of Jim Lakso and Larry Newton are the low-net winners with a 34.

The shot of the day went to Lakso with a drive on No. 9, falling just five inches from the pin.

Dziabos win tourney

CRESSON – The team of Quintin and Joe Dziabo shot a 55 to win the John Merlini Day 2-Player Better Ball Tournament at the Summit Country Club.

D.R. Nagle and Frank Cammarata finished second at 61, followed by Vaughn Lewis and Bob Ruggiero (62), D.J. and Denny Michina (62) and Justin Parkin and Alex Strittmatter (62).

The team of Rose Storm and Jeanette Madey shot a 69 to win the women’s division.

Skill prizes went to Quintin Dziabo (closest to tee on No. 4), Strittmatter (closest to tee on No. 8) and Denny Glass (closest to tee on No. 12).

The men’s skins game winners included Rick Slebodnik and Mike Reese, Vaughn Lewis and Ruggiero, Doc and Hop Burgoon, Walt Shaw and Jeff Jones and Glass and John Rozansky.

In other action, Lance Grimes and Kate Conway won the Jack and Jill Event with a 72. Ruggiero and Anita Jo Petrusky took second at 73. The net division winners were Doug Fogel and Carrie Fogel (55) while Denny Storm and Rose Storm (60) took second.

Skill prize winners included Petrusky (closest to the tee on No. 4), Denny Michina (closest to the tee on No. 8), Kate Conway (longest drive on No. 11) and Lance Grimes (longest drive on No. 16).

The winner of the Penn Cambria Basketball Boosters Benefit Golf Outing was won by Rob Capelli, Luke Geisbrecht, Will McMahon and Matt Statler. They shot a 56.

Taking second was Joe Ponchioone, Rich Kendig, Steve Miske and John Prater (58). Denny and Rose Storm, Pete Litzinger and Al Simanski took third (58).

Skill prize winners were Capelli (longest drive on No. 3), Brian Dillon (closest to the tee on No. 4), Guido Fabbri (longest putt on No. 9), Scott Gummo (closest to the tee on No. 9), Simanski (longest drive on No. 16) and Jim Janosik (closest to the tee on No. 17).

Sixty-nine wins Slam

The team of Sen Thach, Bill Wolf, Bill Dambeck and Ron Hutchison fired a 69 to win the Senior Slam at the Park Hills Country Club.

The format was a one net best of four on the front nine and a two net best of four on the back nine.

Second-place honors went to Joe Hocherel, Jack Sears, Pete Litzinger and Paul Smith (77). Third place went to the team of John Bottenfield, Basil Mannino, Tom Foose and Hank Codd (79).

Trio wins with 59

HOLLIDAYSBURG – The team of Dennis DeGol, Dave Eby and Joe Molnar won the Royal Liverpool division at the Seven D Wholesale Golf Outing at the Scotch Valley Country Club.

They finished with a 59. Second place went to the team of Steve Fruciante, John Lutkowski, Gene McKoewn and Greg Snyder (61).

The Pinehurst Division was won by the team of Brad Armstrong, Doug Drodge, Jean Dunmyer and Len Kunka. Second place went to the team of Joe Albertelli, Matt Callenberger, Dan Sterner and Gary Ashbrook.

The team of Nick DeGol, Joe Landsberry, Ron Lee and Gary Hartman won the Valhalla Division with a 61. Second place went to the team of Ken Elliott, Mike Mooney, Jerry Resides and Jim Sitski (64).

The winner of the Foreman Foundation Golf Outing was the team of George McMurty, Dave Houpt, Dave Price and Joe Constantino. Second place went to the team of Max Benzel, Joe Nastasi Sr., Marty Finklestine and Mike Varney.

Third place went to Tom Deter, Mike Seidel, Jim Kohler and Mike Sgriccia.

The Allegheny Lutheran Social Ministry Golf Outing was won by the team of Steve Augustine, Bill Young, Sean McLanahan and Doug Knisley with a 58. They won in a card off over the team of Steve Cobain, Brian Schocki, Terry Lingenfelter and Mike Macionsky. Scott McGill, Randy Snowberger, Russ Krug and Brett Krug took third (60).

Nelson, Timchak triumph

PHILIPSBURG-The team of Scott Nelson and Adam Timchak won The Memorial with a 129 at the Philipsburg Country Club.

Doug Goss and Terry Smith were second at 134.

Flight winners were Al Herr and Dave Arnold (137), Todd Reifer and Tim Ronan (140), Dave Belko and Mike Healey (151), Gib and Dan Weller (161), along with Jim Moskel and Girard Kasubick (158).

The ladies flight was won by the team of Sandy Hassinger and Sandi Myers (148), followed by Val Patrick and Jenn Johnston (155) and Jody Czap and Cathy Jo Miller (155).

Stevens makes final

LIGONIER – Dominic Stevens made it to the finals of the C.R. Miller Memorial Match Play Invitational, losing to Nicklaus Cuny by one stroke.

Stevens, of Ebensburg, beat Michael Lubrani, Ryan Podufal and Evan Steeves to make it to the final round.

Landry successful

Jerome Landry of Hollidaysburg recently shot a 75 to win the boys 16-18 division of the North East Junior Golf Tour held at the Park Hills Country Club

Jessie Ottaway was third (85), followed by David Snyder (87). Both are from Hollidaysburg. Levi Bowman of Bedford took sixth (98) while Elijah DeHaven of Tyrone was seventh (114).

Matt Krupa of Huntingdon won the boys 13-15 age division with an 83. Andrew Ferguson of Tyrone was second (86) followed by J.P. Duffy of Altoona (91) and Seth Gunnett of Martinsburg (98).

In the girls division, Allie Bihary of Hollidaysburg was third at 106.

In the boys 10-12 division, John Imgrund of Bedford won with a 98, followed by Quinn Garrity in second at 105 and Dominic Fasolo in third at 108.

In junior tour action at the Champion Lakes Golf Club in Bolivar, Kourtney Mortimer of Bedford shot a 91 to take second in the girls division. Bihary was fourth with a 132.