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Ferry’s Bliss wins again on junior tour

July 7, 2012
By SETH STASKEY - Times Leader Sports Editor (sstaskey@timesleaderonline.com) , Times Leader

With each passing week, we draw even closer to the start of what could be one of the area's most memorable prep golf seasons.

Area players continued their preparation by taking part in the most recent stop of the National Bank Junior Golf Tournament at Green Valley Golf Club in New Philadelphia.

Martins Ferry's Kaitlyn Bliss made it two wins in a row in the girls' 16-18 division with a round of 80. She was 11 shots better than runner-up Mikayla Johnson.

On the boys' side, Ferry's Andrew Chlon was third in the 16-18 year old division with a round of 78, which was two shots back of Buckeye Trail's Jessi Roe.

BEALLSVILLE COACHING CHANGE

Patricia Marcum has retired as the head golf coach at Beallsville High School. Taking over the reins of the Blue Devils' program is former Blue Devils' golfer Jerry Brown. Brown is a 2005 Beallsville High graduate and was a four-year letterman.

SALT FORK JUNIOR

TOURNAMENT

The Salt Fork Junior Golf Tournament, sponsored by the Meadowbrook Golf Boosters, will be played on Monday, July 30. Divisions will be Boys 13-14, Boys 15-16, Boys 17-18, Girls 13-15, and Girls 16-18. Age will be determined on the day of the event. It will be a shotgun start at 10 a.m. Caddies are allowed, but caddies must carry clubs. Spectators may use carts. Cost is $30, which includes lunch and a tee shirt. Salt Fork members pay only $20. Entry deadline is July 25. Any questions, call the tournament director at (740) 260-9360.

BELMONT HILLS RESULTS

The annual Fred & Mary Jo Mehlman Independence Day Tournament was held last Wednesday at the Belmont Hills Country Club.

The event was played under a 2 net, best ball of four format.

Winning the top prize with a score of 116 was the foursome of Clay Wood, Dave Diosi, John Timko and Bill Keller.

There was a tie for second with a score of 117 between the foursome of Rennie Minor, Chuck Baker, The Tim Conway and Sonny Jacobs along with the team of Joe Wetzel, Joe Jeffries, John Vota and Dr. Rob Looby.

The Red Ball winners, which is a 1 net, best ball of four, was the team of Marlin Harper, Dave Johnson, Tyler Kettlewell and Bob Wade. The team posted a score of 62.

BELLAIRE TOUCHDOWN

CLUB RESULTS

The sixth annual Bellaire Touchdown Club Scramble was held last Saturday. The foursome of Keifer Walton, Aung Hlaing, Mike McDonald and Jaron Snyder teamed for the victory with a score of 16-under. The squad of Lance Mehl, Bob Crabel, Gary Baracone and Jay Salva were second with a 15-under.

Finishing third was the team of Dave Bonar, Tim Hill, Brandon Heslep and Jimbo Hunt.

The longest drive was won by Frank Hibbitt. Closest to the pins went to Casey Coyne, T.J. Camp, Crabel, Kevin Lahna and Billy Marinacci.

WHEELING COUNTRY CLUB RESULTS

The annual Independence Day Tournament was held last Wednesday with the front nine playing a best 2 balls of four format and the backnine was a scramble, but both sides of the course utilized a Stableford Points Scoring System.

The winning team of Tanner Carroll, Craig Och, John Cummer and Jacob Nickell finished with 63 points.

The squad of B. Ghaphery, Gene Fahey, Jim Jorden and Ben Exley IV was second with 59 points, while 53 points was good enough for third with the team of J. Marchlenski, Dave Miller, Jeff Shultz and Wes Nickell.

Jay Adams won the closest to the pin on #3 and Jorden claimed the closest to the pin on No. 9.

WHEELING PARK GOLF CLUB

The Glessner and Associates event was held and eight players, in the medal division, fired rounds of 35. Gary Cooey was declared the winner, while Mike Brickner was second. Art Lightner was third and Chris Bommer was fourth.

In the handicap portion of the event, Mike DeSantis prevailed with a score of 32. Dick Moore was second with a 33 and Bob Hicks, who also shot a 33, was third.

Last Sunday, the Kupfer Brothers Logging event was held. Roger Kupfer won the 18-hole event with a round of 67. He was a shot better than Nick Klamut. Larry Goodnight and Bob McLaughlin each carded a round of 70.

Orie Robinson prevailed in the handicap division with a round of 62. Lloyd Carmichael was second, also with a 62.

UPCOMING SCRAMBLES

Staskey can be reached at sstaskey@timesleaderonline.com

 
 

 

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