Klayko tournament captured on card-off
HOLLIDAYSBURG — The team of Brad Shoemaker, Preston Shoemaker, Erick Kozak and Dan Servello won on a card-off to recently capture the Bill Klayko Memorial Golf Outing at the Scotch Valley Country Club.
The foursome finished with a 52.
Taking second was the team of Tim Fabbri, Derek Eckenrode, Bill Scheak and P.J. Shell.
Closest-to-the-pin honors went to Ryan Baranik (No. 2), Shell (No. 8), Dan Gallagher (No. 12) and T.J. Delic (No. 17). Brody Eckenrode had the longest drive honor on No. 14.
In other action, the team of Todd Homan, Kevin Gnegy, Troy Allison and Tim Newman won the ASHE Golf Outing with a 55.
Finishing second with a 59 was the team of Chris Kelly, Attilio Squillario, Jake Steinbugl and Trevor Young.
Closest-to-the-pin honors included Homan (No. 2) and Cody Trabart (No. 12). Michelle Girolami had the straightest drive honor (No. 16) and the longest drive honor (No. 14). E.J. Beidel had the longest drive honor on No. 4.
In other action, Deb Stitt, BIll Wagner, Mike Eppolitto and Andy Lynn won the Cops On The Course Tournament.
Stitt also had the longest drive of the day (No. 4) while Marty Smolko had closest to the pin honors (No. 2)
TYRONE — Linda Derman shot a 34 recently to win the Ladies Day Tournament at the Sinking Valley Country Club.
Deyonne Beck was second at 35.
HOLLIDAYSBURG — The team of Terry Goldstein, Dave Biseli, Carl Lear and Ed Wyland recently won the feature event in the Butch Focht Senior League at the Sylvan Hills Golf Course.
Second-place honors went to Randy Roland, Sen Thach, Gary Zimmerman and Vince Farabaugh. The third-place team was Dave Johns, Gary Hoover, Joe DeAntonio and Jim Brown.
In ladies action, the team of Deyonne Beck, Linda Smith, Bonnie Deem and Kay Myers won the scramble tournament. The second-place team was Bernie Mayanscik, Melissa Fetzer and Joan Conway. Third-place honors were earned by Denene Litz, Carol Young, Evie Monahan and Lidna Wise. The fourth-place team was Rita Brouse, Sandy Murphy and Denny Madden.
Longest drive honors went to Mayanscik and Pam Ergler, while Madden got longest putt honor. Nancy Moore had the closest-to-the-pin honor.
The winner of the Red, White & Blue Tournament was Jake Gallagher and Jim Baughman (low gross) and Marty Long and Brian Walters (low net).
In other action, Bucky Miller was the low gross winner (39) over Curt Melton in the the Thursday Night League, which returned to four ball competition in week nine.
The low net winner was John Paul (31). Closest to the pin honors went to Ed Partner (No. 2) and Larry Baughman (No. 4). The league leaders at this point in the season are Donnie Fisher and Andy French.
CRESSON — In tournament action at the Summit Country Club, the team of Michelle Day, Brittany Johnston, Lynette Shaffer and Jean Solarczyk won the June 10 event over Rose Storm, Marlie Krug, Deb Finochio and Rita Brouse.
The June 22 tourney was won by Kim Johnson, Caitlin Trabert and Claudia Lucas. The June 29 event was won by Johnson, Sue Wilson and Brouse. The July 6 tourney was won by Storm, Denise Reese, Finochio and Mary Grace Neugebauer over Johnson, Ellen Paterson, Shaffer and Phyllis Traino. The third-place team was Kelli Plunkett, Trabert and Natalie Lidwell.
Closest-to-the-tee shots went to Morghan Krug (No. 4 & No. 8), Day (No. 8), Crosby Denis (No. 4), Johnson (No. 8), Trabert (No. 4), Plunkett (No. 4) and Brouse (No. 8).
As far as individual standings go, Johnson is in first place with 32 points. She is followed by Storm with 30 points, then Shaffer, Brouse, Diane Dunmyer and Finochio, all with 28 points.
Lydia Kachur, Paterson, Solarczyk and Sue Wilson all follow with 26 points. Trabert has 24 points while Plunkett rounds out the scoring with 20 points.
The first half of the season will end on July 20 with the second half beginning on July 27 and that season ending on Aug. 31.