Area digest 9/13/11

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Giebler, Myers win Dalhousie club titles

Brevin Giebler shot a three-day total of 221 to win the men's club championship at Dalhousie Golf Club.

Giebler had rounds of 75, 69 and 77 to finish four strokes ahead of Ben Cantrell (77-75-73--225). Ian Soutar (78-74-76--228) was another three shots back.

Bill Morgan (78-77--155) won A flight, while Bob Gile (82-92--174) finished first in B flight.

Harriette Myers won the ladies club championship with rounds of 82 and 81 for a 163 total.

Alice Temm (88-87--175) won A flight, while Deanna Estes (88-87--175) finished first in B flight.

Dalhousie club championship

Men

Championship flight

Brevin Giebler75-69-77--221
Ben Cantrell77-75-73--225
Ian Soutar78-74-76--228
Ken Swinford80-75-79--234
Cord Dombrowski77-80-83--240

A flight

Bill Morgan78-77--155
Forrest Kidd84-75--159

B flight

Bob Gile82-92--174
Bill Bishop88-91--179
Ken Schmitz101-92--193

Women

Championship flight

Harriette Myers82-81--163

A flight

Alice Temm88-87--175

B flight

Deanna Estes93-96--189
Carol Largent98-95--193
Terri Parmly100-93--193
Ann Dombrowski102-92--194

Senciboy, Stoverink win horseshoe event

Randy Senciboy and Cori Stoverink won the SEMO Horseshoe Association tournament Saturday in Bell City, Mo.

Randy Grady and Terrie Rose placed second in the 14-team field, while Lester Powell and Joe Bean finished third.

Joe Keller and Lachelle Cook won a 15-team tournament Sunday in Oran, Mo.

Mike DaVault and Grady placed second, while Danny Williams and Rose followed in third.

Two tournaments will be held this weekend -- Saturday at the Knights of Columbus in Scott City and Sunday at the Backyard Club.

Foursome wins scramble at Dalhousie

The team of Britt MConnell, Brian Cox, Deke Lape and Robert MacGillivary shot 57 to win the Jason Croswell golf tournament Monday at Dalhousie Golf Club.

Mark Hahn, Adam Bertrand, Britt Durham and Greg Hasselrode finished two strokes back in the four-man scramble. Jeff Mauer, Brent Anderson, Paul Mills and Jay Click placed third with a 61.

The team of Jim Gleason, Keith Davison, Rob Mitchell and Jeff Partridge won A flight with a 63. Mike Gibbons, Jim Foley, Gary Romaine and Tony Myers won B flight with a 66.

Closest-to-the-pin winners were Lape (No. 5) and Mike Young (No. 13). Shawn Parker and Corrine Soutar had the longest drives.

-- From staff reports

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