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Soukup Memorial Scramble is deemed ‘a great success’

May 19, 2012
By SETH STASKEY - Times Leader Sports Editor ( , Times Leader

The inaugural Butch Soukup Memorial Golf Scramble, hosted by the Saints Club, benefitting the St. Clairsville High School Golf Team was held on Sunday, May 6 at Belmont Hills Country Club.

The event drew 32 teams, which is where tournament officials decided to cap the event.

The foursome of Matt Lucki, Marty Lucki, Martin Lucki and Zach Hanson captured the team title in the event with a round of 57.

Their score was a shot better than Kurt Fraznelly, Zach Bowman, Craig Bowman and Todd Schambach. The winners were two shots better than Jason Balcar, Dave Stack, Brice Holler and Darren Dombrowski.

Tournament director Randy Mellott deemed the event "a great success" and expressed his deepest appreciation to the Soukup family for all of its support along with all of the teams and players who took part.


The annual spring Men's 6-6-6 Tournament was held last weekend on the Par 72 layout west of St. Clairsville.

The duo of Dave Reasbeck and Andy Yanok won the first flight with a 59. There was a tie for second place between the duos of Larry Blake and Vince Oswald along with Ryan Mellott and Bryan Woodford. Both teams posted a 63.

The duo of Jack Carpenter and Alex Marshall shot a round of 64 to win the second flight. Terry Carson and Dr. Rob Looby were second by a stroke in the second flight.

Carpenter and Marshall won the overall crown, while Reasbeck and Yanok were second. Reasbeck also won the closest to the pin.



The Team of Arik/McCutcheon won the weekly round for May 14 with a round of 32 for the low net title. The duo of Stavroff and Mayberry captured the low gross with a 34 as part of the Secrest Center Senior League. The closest to the pin was Tom Hartley and the second shot went to Carl Bodner.



The league's season gets under way in less than a week with the 16th annual Play-It-Again Sports Amatur Classic at Wheeling Park Golf Course. The two-day tournament has a purse worth $3,500.


The Wheeling Park Golf Club held two more events last week. The Wharton's Auto Service event was staged on May 9. Doug Miller won the medal division with a round of 33. Roger Kuperfer also posted a 33 and finished second. John Wilson was third with a round of 36.

Mark Hartline was the champion of the handicap division with a round of 33. Ray Coe was second with a 34 and John Bryan, who also shot a 34, was third.

The Glass Unlimited event was held on May 13. Gary Mercer and Chris Bommer won the event by two shots, posting a 63. Mike Crow and Art Lightner finished second with a round of 65.

Bob Doran and Bill Caldwell teamed for the victory in the handicap division with a round of 59. Joe Fatagati and Jerry Daugherty finished second with a round of 60.


The cost is $50 and that includes golf, cart, food and beverages. For more information or to register, please call Rhonda at 740-381-4491.

The top three teams will receive a prize. The tournament is limited to the first 36 teams. For more information please contact Phil Pata at 695-0691.

For more information please contact Ron Konkoleski at 699-3980 or via email at

The scramble is held to honor Jesse Ault, who was a member of the 82nd Airborne and then enlisted in the Virginia National Guard and served two tours of duty in Operation Iraqi Freedom, but was killed by a roadside bomb in Tunnis, Iraq on April 9, 2008, which was just a little more than a month before he was scheduled to come home.



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