Area digest 8/29/12
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
King shoots 72 at Teen Challenge event
Brian King shot an even-par 72 to win the morning portion of the Teen Challenge Marathon on Monday at Dalhousie Golf Club.
Rick Mize finished second with a 73, while Tom Caruso (75) and Terry Schott (76) placed third and fourth, respectively.
The team of Greg Barker, Kyle Griffith, Derek Winans and Caruso won the afternoon four-person scramble with a 56. Schott, Jeff Corlew, Dow Latham and Matt Jackson placed second with a 57.
Closest-to-the-pin winners were Daniel Steele (No. 5) and Phil Wellin (No. 13). David Crader won the longest drive, while Morris Chamness sank the longest putt.
Johnson wins club title at Kimbeland
Barb Johnson claimed the Kimbeland Country Club ladies championship Sunday.
Johnson followed up a first-day 75 with a second-round 76 for a 151 total and a three-shot victory.
Vicki Long placed second (76-78--154), one shot ahead of Sissy Donahue (75-80--155). Diana King (79-83--162) was fourth in championship flight.
Vicki Dye (79-78--157) won A flight, while Krista Birk (91-98--189) finished first in B flight. Shelia George (88-100--188) and Anita Westrook (94-94--188) tied for the top honor in C flight.
Cook rings up two victories
Lachelle Cook was on the winning team in both SEMO Horseshoe Association events last weekend.
Cook teamed with Tom Heisserer to win the competition Saturday at the Scott City Knights of Columbus. Mike DaVault and Susie Bohannon placed second, while Jake Kluesner and Carolyn Schreckenberg finished third.
Cook teamed with Bob LeDure to win the competition Sunday at the Jackson Knights of Columbus. Jason Rains and Gene Fields took second, and Bob Burnett and Schreckenberg finished third.
The next competition will be Saturday at the Benton Neighbor Day.
-- From staff reports