Anthony DeGol wins Medal Play, Match Play championships
HOLLIDAYSBURG — Anthony DeGol topped David DeGol Jr., 140-154, in the championship flight of the Scotch Valley Country Club Medal Play Club Championship recently.
Eric Glunt and Derek Fink tied for first in the First Flight, and T.J. Moore won the Second Flight on the first playoff hole.
Ryan Cyman (Senior Division) and Michelle Day (Ladies Division) also took home titles.
Anthony DeGol also won the Championship Flight of the Match Play Club Championship with Mike Macionsky finishing as the runner-up.
Nick DeGol won the First Flight, and Rick Cyman captured the Second Flight. Mike Fitch was the Third Flight winner.
In the A.S.H.E. Golf Outing, Kevin McCloskey, E.J. Beidle, Steve Jano and Mike Milazzo finished in first place while Tyler Tiesi, Cody Trabert, Brent Bloom and Andrew Keirn finished second.
During Ridge Runners Junior Tour action, Trey Heffelfinger finished first in the 16-17 blues boys division with an 82. Brandon Singer was the runner-up one stroke behind.
In the 12-15 whites boys division, Jonathan Rankin and Camden Auman tied for first, both shooting an 85.
Luke Repko won the nine-hole division with a 50, and Grace Thomas and Taylor Hileman both shot 93 to tie in the girls division.
EVERETT — In the Down River Ladies Golf Event, first flight champions included the team of Ginny Vanemon, Patty Nellis, Peggy Smith, and Chris Sisto.
Second flight champions included the team of Brenda Flick, Sandy Murphy, Carol Young and Connie Angeski.
Bonnie Deem achieved the longest drive on the ninth hole and Chris Sisto made the longest drive on the 16th hole. Kathie Ramsey was closest to the pin on the fifth hole, and Logan Brallier was closest to the pin on the 15th hole.
HOLLIDAYSBURG — There were a host of winners recently during action at the Sylvan Hills Golf Club.
Joe Aungst Jr. and Kirk Dodson were the low gross winners at the Golf Handicap Club Championship. Jon Urchick and Gary Zimmerman were the low net winners.
In Thursday Night League action, Mark Emery (36) was the low gross winner and the low net winner (29).
Closest-to-the-pin honors went to Harry Felty (No. 2) and Dave Biseli (No. 4). Skins winners were Bruno Felus, Chuck Shields, Biseli, Craig Beck and Ken Stockley.
CRESSON — Cody Trabert and Adam Ritts were the first-flight winners during the annual Summit Country Club Member/Guest Tournament.
The duo shot a 136. Finishing second, three strokes back, were Greg Caldwell and Geoff Patterson (139).
Other flight winners included Joe Dziabo and Gary Rose (144), Rich Patton and Rick Friggle (148), T.J. Delic and John Madey (161), along with Jim Smith and Dave Brant (164).
On the ladies side, Michelle Day and Sandy Smith won with a 158. Finishing second were Therese Perino and Paula Passanita (176).
Closest-to-the-tee honors went to Patton and Matt Repko (No. 4), Patteson and Jim Barner (No. 4), Delic and Doug Fogle (No. 8) and Jack Laret and Matt Parish (No. 8). On the ladies side, it was Perino and Sherri Toth (No. 8 each).
HUNTINGDON — Larry Newton and Fred Lear went 7-2 during week nine of the Big Orange Golf League at the Huntingdon Country Club.
Gerry Huggler and Bob Lamey were second (6-3) while Bill Frazier and Ed Gargula (3-6) and Rick Bayer and Jim Lakso (2-7) followed in order. Newton and Thompson won the first cycle over Lame and Huggler, thanks to a chip shot on No. 9 by Newton secured the win.
Lakso was the low net winner (32) while Phil Thompson was the low gross winner (34).
Zeke Eisenhart had the shot of the day. His chip on the No. 5 hole from 20 yards out came within an inch of the cup. He was a sub for Bayer. Thompson was a sub for Lear.
TYRONE — Bill Lechner, Matt McKee, Ken Hostler and Bill Davis won first place with 50 points in a stableford scoring tournament at Sinking Valley Country Club on Tuesday.
Jess Davis, Harry Miller, Bob Brown and Frank Pallott finished second.
Sherri Toth, of Loretto, recently sank a hole-in-one while playing golf at the Summit Country Club.
The shot was on the par-3 No. 12 hole, 155 yards long using a driver. It was witnessed by Gail Mulhern, Diane Dunmyer and Dana Martinazzi.