GARRETT — The team of Tom Thomas, Gary Miller, Robert Harper and Jim Miller combined to shoot 3-under par for first place honors in the Piney Run senior golf scramble Monday.
Second place (2-under) was nailed down by the team of Cary Nider, Barry Craig, Bob Miller and Paul Conn.
Chuck Hauer won the 50-50. Hauer was closest to the pin on No. 9 and Dick Leonard sank the longest putt on No. 2.
A card-off was needed to decide first place in the afternoon scramble where two teams carded a 3-under.
First place went to the team of Gary Starkey, John Ralston, Jim Drake and Barry Yoder. Second place team members were Hauer, Jake Knotts, Craig and Miller.
Kickers went to Starkey, CTP on No. 9, Craig, LP on No. 2 and Conn, LP on No. 5.
The next senior scramble tees off at 9 a.m. Thursday.
INDIAN LAKE — The foursome of Jack Bowden, Larry Stahl, Tim Selfridge and Lou Stowers shot a sizzling 7-under par to claim first place in the Northwinds senior golf scramble Monday.
Second place (6-under) went to the team of Bill Mignogna, Dean Binnie, David Shaulis and Alan Young.
Longest putt kicker winners were Ralph Heinauer on No. 3 (23 feet, 9 inches), David Williams on No. 7 (14-10), and Selfridge on No. 9 (24-8).
Marlin Miller, Bob Bowden, Paul Frank and Jim Webb combined for 56 points and first-place honors in the afternoon shamble game.
Second place with 54 points went to the team of David Williams, Don Delach, Art Canalungo and Charles Burk.
High point makers in A through D groups were Mignogna (17), Rudy Chelednik, Jim Mullan and Ken Fisher (16), Jim Webb (16) and Allan Young (10).
Men over 50
MIDDLECREEK TOWNSHIP — George Hay, Buzz Suter, Don Rohrer and Roger Romesburg shot a 145 to claim first place in the Men over 50 best 2 ball score Monday at Middlecreek Golf Course.
Second place (148) was decided by a card-off. Team members were Don Griffith, Steve Krohut, Joe Branas and Gene Krotzer.
Dave Kusch sank the longest putt on hole No. 3 (16-2) and Griffith on No. 9 (16-6).
Piney Run seniors shoot 3-under par
Local golf roundup
Golf (Daily American graphic)
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