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Ault Memorial Scramble another successful event

June 16, 2012
Times Leader

One of the areas's growing scrambles was another success last weekend.

The annual Jesse Ault Memorial Scramble was held at Crooked Creek Golf Course with a large field taking part.

The championship went to the team of Brad Hannahs, Greg Darby, Dave Guy and Ron Heskett. The foursome posted a solid round of 56 for the title.

Sepecial prizes went to Andy Clay (long drive), Tim Ault (closest to the pin) and Mike Freeman (long putt).

The team putting contest was won by Lance Rice, Darrin Sawchuk, Kevin O'Grady and Chad Zambori.

The proceeds of the event benefit a scholarship, which is named in Ault's honor. Ault was tragically killed in Iraq during a tour of duty. The 2012 Union Local scholarship recipient was Michalene Mehl.



The Dorris L. Kinney 2-man scramble was held a week ago. Tom Mitchell and Jerry Daugherty teamed for the victory with a round of 59. That score was three shots clear of Jim Ennis and Bob Green. Gary Mercer and Dylan Mercer were third with a round of 63. Orie Robinson and Glenn Starkey posted a 63.

In the handicap division, Nick Klamut and John Wakim won the title with a score of 52. Joe Kosar and Justin Domyan finished second with a round of 53.


The Eastern Seals Rehabilitation Center was one of the beneficiaries of the Third Alarm Bar Benefit Golf Scramble held late last month.

Easter Seals was presented a check for $7,000, which will be put toward the promotion of the use of assistive technology in therapy and beyond.

The scramble was held at Fairway River Links and attracted 135 players.

Co-chairs of the event Tom Vapner, Tom Dorsch and Rick Breiding visited Eastern Seals and learned more about the assistive technology through use of an iPad.

The second annual event will be held on May 18, 2013. It will be held once again at Fairway River Links. For more information please contact Vapner at 304-215-5315, Dorsch at 304-281-4214 or Breiding at 304-559-6442.


The league held its weekly event last Monday. Gary Mayberry won the closest to the pin and Reed Koegler was the closest to the pin on the second shot. The Stavroff/Mayberry squad and Wheeler/Conner both checked with a round of 37. Peters/Hartley had the low net with a round of 34.


The Sons of Italy held its 13th annual scramble last weekend. The team of Dwayne Pielech, John Pielech, John Becca and Gary Schrickel prevailed in the event. The foursome of Lou Di Paolo, Roger Brown, Dan Walker and Rake Herron was second.

The third-place squad was comprised of Jake Olsavsky, Phil Saseen, Jim Glaser and Phil Pata.

All of the proceeds of the event benefit Alzheimers and Cooley's Anemia.

Pata, who served as the tournament director, wanted to recognize the sponsors for the event, which includes: Belmont Savings Bank, Bauknect, Altmeyer Funeral Home, Belmont Community Hospital, Buffalo Wild Wings, Davison Electric, Family Medical Supply, Fregiato, Myser and Davies, Mayor Bob Vincenzo, Gard Duty, Bellaire Big Reds Touchdown Club, Jacob and Sons, Lacione, Lloyd and Hoffman, Hole N Run, Panhandle Restoration, Siebieda Archtect, Stoney Hollow Tire, MSA Sports, Bommer Construction, Save Rite Pharmacy, Wheeling Hospital, West Texas Roudhouse, United Bank and Knight Manufacturing.




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