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Cleveland, Marchi, Stilson win scramble

Saturday, July 22, 2006

Todd Cleveland, Chris Marchi and Steve Stilson won the championship flight oof the Southeast Missouri Hospital three-man scramble Friday at Cape Girardeau Country Club.

Due to inclement weather, the entire field was not able to complete play and a modified format was used to determine winners.

A flight winners wee Chris Martin, Ian Soutar and Corrine Soutar; B flight winners were Norman Anderson, Tom Jennings and Debbie Prost.

Results

Championship

1. Todd C leveland, Chris Marchi, Steve Stilson

2. Dr. Charles Cozean, Matt Mavigliano, Bryan Wolff

3. Ron Oller, Jim Shad, Loy Shrum

A flight

1. Chris Martin, Ian Soutar, Corrine Soutar

2. Bill Phillips, Moe Sandfort, David Crader

3. Jerry Sanders, Don Vandorvort, Shirley Vandorvort

B flight

1. Norman Anderson, Tom Jennings, Debbie Prost

2. Steve MacAnelly, Todd MacAnelly, Janet Varnon

3. Bill Adams, Gary Henderson, Robert McDowll

Cloest to pin: Ian Soutar (No. 11)

Longest drive: Eric Rensing (men, No. 14), Sharon Alsano (women, No. 9).

Eaker cards fifth ace at Kimbeland C.C.

Jesse Eaker of Cape Girardeau recently carded his fifth career hole in one at Kimbeland Country Club

Eaker aced No. 18, a 128-yard par 3, for the second time. Eaker used a 6-iron for the ace. Witnesses were Bill Clark, Bob Freund and Dick Davis.

Miller aces No. 11 at Kimbeland

Rodney Miller of Millers-ville fired his first hole in one Thursday at Kimbeland Country Club.

Miller used a 3-iron to ace No. 11, a 195-yard par 3. Witnesses were Mike Robins, Tim Maevers and Bruce Benton.

-- From staff reports


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