10:56 PM EDT, June 25, 2013
MIDDLECREEK TOWNSHIP — The Lady Golfers of Middlecreek held the midseason 18-hole scramble Tuesday at Middlecreek Golf Course.
The winning group for the event was made up of Annie Harbaugh, Wilma Mostoller and Hattie Ansell. Coming in second was the foursome of Joy Johnson, Joann Deskevich, Lee Ann Zablotney and Caroll Montgomery.
Kicker winners were Ansell, longest putt on hole No. 2, Harbaugh, longest fairway drive on No. 4 and Johnson, closest to the pin on No 6.
After playing the 18 holes, the group then enjoyed a picnic lunch at the Country Cottage in New Centerville.
The next outing for the Lady Golfers will be a scramble next Tuesday at Middlecreek Golf Course. Please arrive by 8:30 a.m. for the 9 a.m. tee-off time. Visitors are invited.
King's Mountain seniors
SCULLTON — The team of Paul Tressler, Robert Shoemaker and Joe Schrock combined to shoot a 9-under par last Tuesday to win the King's Mountain senior golf scramble.
Second place (7-under) was nailed down by the team of Fran Shaffer, Butch Metz, Wilber Thomas and Don Snyder.
Skill prizes were won by Dave Hay, Butch Shultz and Jim Raubaugh.
Italian Oven league
SCULLTON — The team from Morocco Welding captured the first half championship in the Italian Oven Golf League last week at King's Mountain Golf Course.
Morocco's moved into first place after Week 9 and held off ACM to capture the championship. Team members include Bill Nichols, Denny Rapp, Mark Phillippi, Colin Deakins and Joe Blazin.
This week the league will enjoy their mid-season picnic and team shamble event before returning to head-to-head competition on July 3. Other results from Week 10:
Low gross scores: Jake Bolby 37, Denny Rapp 38, Chris Harbaugh 38, Murph Kerrigan 38, Mike Jones 39, Brian Klink 39, Rick Broadwater 39.
Low net scores: Denny Weimer 28, Dave Lauver 29, Jake Bolby 31, Denny Rapp 33, Bill Heiple 33, Paul Thomas 33, Brian Klink 33, Rick Broadwater 33, Barry Halverson 34, Shawn Kyle 34, Floyd Hetrick 35, Paul Rhoten 35, John Meyers 35, Chris Harbaugh 35, Greg Newman 35, Ken Warnick 35, Jon Neimiller 35, Bob Halverson 35.
Points: Bill Heiple 7, Floyd Hetrick 6, Mark Albright 6, John Meyers 6, Greg Newman 6, Paul Thomas 6, Eric Critchfield 6, Jake Bolby 6, Denny Rapp 5.5, Mark Phillippi 5.5, Mike Pritts 5.5, Denny Weimer 5.5, Tom Urban 5.5.
Final first-half team standings: 1. Morocco Welding 204 points, 2. ACM 200.5, 3. Jones Brothers 198, 4. 4 Guys 197.5, 5. Harbaugh's 196.5, 6. Rockwood Casualty 194.5, 7. Knieriem Construction 188, 8. Suder's Beverage 181.5.
MIDDLECREEK TOWNSHIP — A team scramble event was played this week in the Middlecreek Golf Course Monday Night Industrial League.
The Terrace Lanes team of Randy Beistel, Glenn Price, Doug Knight and Floyd Hetrick shot 9-under par to take top honors.
The Get-A-Grip team of Shayne Baer, Mark Latuch, Dave Reckner, Bob Snyder and Jim Drake placed second at 8-under.
The North/South Carpet Cleaning team of Jim Harbaugh, Randy Bluebaugh, Stu Trimpey, Brian Yoder and Mike Hersh took third at 7-under.
Kicker winners were John Reddick, long putt No. 4; and William Trimpey, closest to the pin No. 5. Price was the 50-50 winner.
JENNER TOWNSHIP — Roger Pritts' team of Bill Strachan, Bill Leininger and Allen Young carded a 31 to win the morning senior scramble at Oakbrook Golf Course on Tuesday.
Mike Meier, Frank Coat, Ed Holdsworth and Jay Volk placed second at 31.
Two teams shot 31 to tie in the afternoon scramble. Jim Breniser, George Pluta, Ross Conklin and John Kot came out on top in a cardoff over Ron Evitts, Bryan Miller, Robert Davis and Fred Davis.
Skill prizes winners were longest putt No. 2 Dave Karnes, longest putt No. 8 Bill Strachan, closest to the pin No. 3 Brad Otto, longest putt No. 14 Jim Kirkstadt, longest putt No. 10 Bryan Miller.
North Fork Back Niners
JOHNSTOWN — Results from the North Fork Country Club Back Niners event:
First place, Rick Hilbrecht, Kent Roach, Ron Budash, Jim Rich, 126.
Second place, Henry Seecs, Ken Zinn, Casey Schneck, Joe Lee, 127.
Results from the Titech International event:
First place, Ron Geyer, Larry Blackburn, John Litchon, Bob Sacarella, 72.
Second place, Ron Goff, John Pattison, George Antonikas, Jim Harris, 73.