Area digest 6/29/10
Tuesday, June 29, 2010
Deere wins division by one stroke
Evan Deere shot a 75 to win the boys 16 to 19 tour 18 holes division at the Gateway Junior PGA Series event Monday at the Sikeston Country Club.
Gunnar Knudtson shot a 76 and Brett Leimbach a 77.
Trae Norton and Jordan Charbonneau both shot 96s to tie for first in the boys 16 to 19 reg. 18 holes division.
10 to 11 9 holes -- Kobe Beasley 44; Karsten Short 49; Jonathan Bell 51
14 to 15 reg. 18 holes -- Connor MacGillvary 78; Eli Pike 86; Parker Browne 89
14 to 15 tour 18 holes -- Cody Cox 79; Cody Stevens 82; Hayden Combs 82; Kirk Hoggatt 82
16 to 19 reg. 18 holes -- Trae Norton 96; Jordan Charbonneau 96
12 to 13 9 holes -- Gabe Wheeler 43; Trent Schumer 50; Clark Atchison 50
14 to 15 9 holes -- Garett Faulkner 61
12 to 13 18 holes -- Brian Whitson 81; Nicholas Woolard 82; Ryan McVey 85
10 to 11 9 holes -- Sarah Bell 57; Annie Unger 76
12 to 13 9 holes -- Diana Kantchev 56; Conner McKinney 60
14 to 15 9 holes -- Morgan Schumer 48
16 to 19 18 holes -- Kristen Myer 109
Baker records hole-in-one
Jackson's Kandra Baker used a 3-wood to record an ace on hole No. 8 at Kimbeland Country Club.
The hole was playing 152 yards.
Loy Welker, John Wondel and Shana Wondel witnessed the shot.
It was the first hole-in-one of Baker's career and came during the Jackson alumni tournament. She won $10,000 for the shot.
Obermann wins rodeo title
Austin Obermann won the bareback state championship at the Tennessee High School Rodeo Association's finals.
Obermann, who will be a senior in the fall at Delta High School, will compete in the National High School Rodeo Finals in Wyoming in July.
Eftink, Ruppert team for win
Mary Jane Eftink and Suzie Ruppert combined to shoot a 21 over the six holes of best ball at the Dalhousie ladies guest day event at Dalhousie Golf Club.
Harriette Myers and Susan Kickham shot a 23 for second, then shot a 26 for the top score over the six holes of alternate shot.
Karen Matthews and Olivia Hunter took second with a 28.
Alice Temm and Stephanie Miller shot a 25 for the low score in the scramble over the final six holes. Eftink and Ruppert shot a 26 for second.
Bean earns medalist honors
Mary Ellen Bean was the medalist at the Cape Girardeau Country Club's Women's Golf Association's weekly event.
Bean and Betty Michel tied for first place.
Beussink, Pobst combine for title
Brian Beussink and Amy Pobst took first place in the SEMO Horseshoe Association's 12-team tournament at the Oran Jaycees.
Virgil Schreckenberg and Randy Senciboy placed second, while John Keller and Lachelle Cook took third.
Danny Williams and Cook teamed to win the 16-team tournament at the Jackson Knights of Columbus.
Randy Hogenmiller and Cori Stoverink placed second, while Randy Grady and Rose Kern were third.
The next event will be Sunday at the Oran Knights of Columbus.
Benton, Campbell win tennis tourney
The team of Seth Benton and Ken Campbell emerged with a 6-2, 6-4 win over John Davie and Jerry Kinnaman in the men's open doubles division of the All Cancer Erased tennis tournament in Jackson.
Benton, of Nashville, Tenn., beat Kinnaman, of Cape Girardeau, 6-0, 6-1 in the men's open singles division.
Sikeston's Ken Anderson defeated Dexter's Tom Blair 6-4, 6-1 in the men's A singles division.
Cape Girardeau's Brandon Gonzales and Annette Slattery beat Scott Hubbard of Cape Girardeau and Terri Popp of Jackson 6-2, 6-2 in the mixed doubles.
-- From staff reports