Area digest 6/26/08
Thursday, June 26, 2008
Brey records hole in one
John Brey used an 8-iron to record a hole in one on hole No. 11 at Cape Girardeau Country Club.
The hole was playing 155 yards. Jerry Brey, Al Spradling and Bert Spradling witnessed the shot.
Loucks scores hole in one
George Loucks recorded a hole in one on hole No. 6 at Cape Girardeau Country Club.
The hole was playing 155 yards. Richard Allgood, Ron McDowell and Kenny Jones witnessed the shot.
Dorris, Theilemier win championship flight
The team of Kevin Dorris and Brad Theilemier posted a 126 to win the Cape Girardeau Country Club's 31st annual MGA Member-Guest tournament.
The tournament format was a flighted 4 ball over two days.
The team of Brevin Giebler and Danny Borusiewich finished second with a 128.
Tim Kelley and Mike Agers were the low gross winners with a 122.
Championship flight — Kevin Dorris and Brad Theilemier, 126; Brevin Giebler and Danny Borusiewich, 128; Al Spradling and Bert Spradling, 129; Tom Hamilton and Jack Greene, 131.
A flight — Bob Hand and Jack Watts, 126; Ron Underwood and Ron Seabaugh, 127; Craig Arneson and James Banken, 127; Fred Ducharme and Ron Gosche, 129.
B flight — Mel Moore and Chandler Moore, 118; Mike Edwards and Lyle Davis, 126; Jim Tooke and Paul Nenniger, 126; Richard Allgood and George Loucks, 127.
C flight — John Layton and Gary Uthoff, 126; Matt McKeon and Chris Schabbing, 126; Scott Pietreface and Jeff Ernest, 127; Russ Beam and Tom Beam, 129.
Lowery takes first in late models
Mike Lowery took first place in the late models division at the Benton RacePark in last week's racing action.
Mark Todd won the pure street division, Brian Worley finished first in the modified division and Al Bishop took first in the pro 4 division.
Lanigan wins event at Sikeston Race Park
Mike Lanigan won the 450 amateur event last Friday at Sikeston Race Park.
Other events winners were Beth Barrett (open pro), Joe Davault (two stroke), David Ivester II (open four stroke), Bryant Clanton (youth 90cc), Brent Floyd (stock, beginners), Kevin Armstrong (over 30) and Steve Cox (open amateur, pro-am).
Central graduate earns honor
Central alumnus Todd Obergoenner was named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America at-large third team, which is selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America.
Obergoenner is a member of the Southern Illinois University men's golf team. He is the first SIU men's golfer to make the team.
Obergoenner boasts a 4.0 grade-point average in university studies. He tied for the team lead with five rounds in the 60s this spring.
Coads take first in couples golf
Tim and Jennifer Coad combined to shoot a 64 to take first in the Dalhousie Golf Club couples golf tournament.
Gary Squires and Mary Miller tied the team of Mark and Shannon Boie with a 66.
Howard, Miller win tournament
The team of Greg Howard and Rick Miller combined to shoot a 62 to win the men's competition day two-man handicap 4 ball tournament at Dalhousie Golf Club.
The team of Jim Riley and Aaron Dombrowski tied the team of Ian Soutar and Bob Gile. Both teams shot a 65.
Myers, Fowler finish first in tournament
The team of Harriette Myers and Diane Fowler shot a 66 to win the ladies guest day tournament at Dalhousie Golf Club.
The tournament used best ball net for the first six holes, alternate shot for the next six holes and a scramble for the last six holes.
The team of Phyllis Seabaugh and Deb Mealy tied the team of Mary Jane Eftink and Ann Fowler with 21s for the first six holes.
Deanna Estes and Judy Brey shot a 22 for the top score over the second six holes. Ann Dombrowksi and Audry Dombrowski tied Sarah Cochrane and Brenda Vandenbrock with 23s.
Myers and Fowler shot a 19 over the final six holes. Estes and Brey shot a 21.
— From staff reports