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Foursome earns Scotch Valley title

HOLLIDAYSBURG — The team of Matt Stuckey, Matt High, Mark Saltzburg and Chris Weidley won the Sideline Cancer Golf Tournament at Scotch Valley Country Club recently with a 54.

Scott Price, Bob Holsinger, Bernie Jubeck and Bill Berkheimer took second (59).

Katie Wysong, Jackie Lantzy, Aaron Lantzy and Mike Carney won the mixed team event with a 62, and Kim McCarl, Michelle Day, Roz Sky and Cindy Trimarco won the ladies event with a 68.

Individual winners included Chrissy Sears (No. 2 and No. 17 closest to the pin, No. 14 longest drive, ladies), Tim Ross (No. 2 closest to the pin, men), Mike Blobner (No. 6 closest second shot), James Muir (No. 9 longest drive men), Bob Holsinger (No. 16 straightest drive), Scott Logan (No. 17 closest to the pin, men) and Trevor Stiffler (No. 18 longest putt).

Summit CC

CRESSON — The team of Mark Peters, Bob Whiteman, Mitch Johns and Chris Spaid won the Carroll Classic/BC Husky Open with a score of 57 in a four-player scramble at the Summit Country Club.

The team of Jim Logue, Pete Skoner, Mark Lynch and Ed Zovinka finished as the runner-up with a 60.

Hole-in-ones

n Jeff Claar recorded a hole-in-one on the 165-yard, No. 11 hole from the white tee at the King Valley Golf Course. He use a 6-iron. It was witnessed by Kelly Claar and Justin Lewis.

n John Pyo, from Lilly, had a hole-in-one on the par 3 No. 8 hole at the Summit Country Club. Pyo used his 5 hybrid to make the ace measuring 136 yds. The shot was witnessed by Rick Filak, Pat McCoy and Rege Tremel.

n Tom Goss sank a hole-in-one while playing golf at the King Valley Golf Course. The shot was on No. 6, 142-yards long off the white tees using an 8-iron. It was witnessed by Jim Swaney, Vince Johnson and Jerry Johnson. It was the second hole-in-one of Goss’ career.

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