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HOLLIDAYSBURG – The UPMC Foundation for Life Golf Event was held at the Scotch Valley Country Club with four different tournaments over a three day period.

The winner of the AM group tournament (June 22) was the team of Bob Bilger, Jim Foreman, Ric Sarfert and Shawn McCarl (52). Second place went to the team of Dave Andrews, Scott Andrews, Denny Stewart and Christine Koren (54) on a card above Chris Nelson, Jim Reed, Chuck Meyers and Trent Meyers.

The winner of the group AM tournament (June 21) with a 52 was the team of Frank Frontino, Tony Nastasi, Ken Anderson and Ken Macha. The team of Jason Wagner, Bob Strawser, Mike Corso and Patrick Lundqvist finished second at 54. The team of Dan Casillo, Nick Casillo, Dan Eakins and Brian Hmel took third place with a 55.

The winner of the PM group tournament (June 21) on a card at 58 was the team of Gary Raymond, Alex Raymond, Michael Koban and Brent Krug. Second place honors went to Bob Cunningham, Steve Gavlak, Brad Schmidt and Josh Hampton. George Zlupko, Kim Wilkes, Jason Oaks and Chris Wiedley took third place at 58.

The Sideline for Cancer tournament was won by Kaleb Fleck, Levi Delozier, Grant Delozier and Danny Stubbs with a 55. They finished one stroke ahead of Erik Kozak, George Kozak, Trent Martin and Garrett Shaw. Third place went to Terry Burgan, Charlie Harlen, Keith Saleme and Brian Hall at 57.

There were two mixed teams on the women’s side with two winners and two runners-up.

The team of Lisa Georgiana, Susan Robinson Fruchtl, Terry Goldstein and Jack Sahlaney (64) edged out Jackie Lantzy, Katie Whysong, Jenny Beach and Cory Tubo (66). The team of Chris Sisto, Dianne Stewart, Tick Sheaffer and Peggy Smith (59) finished ahead of Kim McCarl, Roz Sky, Cindy Trimarco and Michelle Day (65).

Woodland hills

HOLLIDAYSBURG – Lew Cessna and Curt Melton’s team combined to shoot a 40 to win the low gross competition in Thursday night’s League action at Sylvan Hills Golf Club.

The weak net winner was Stan Wojcik.

The closest to the honors were Mike Knorr (No. 2) and Bruno Felus (No. 4).

Cessna and Barry Criste are the league leaders after the week 7 action.

In another action, Joe DeAntonio was the winner of the Handicap Club championship. Dave Johns was the weak net winner.

Gary and Jason Zimmerman won the Father & Son tournament. JP and JJ Stultz were second, followed by Don and Mark Boland.

In the Butch Focht Senior Golf League, the team of Jim Burke, Jim Brown, Dick Barefoot and Bill Blanset dominated the team of Dave Johns, John Roland, Bob Gray and Rick Strasser by one stroke, 33-34.

Huntingdon CC

HUNTINGDON – BIll Frazier and Larry Newton’s team went 5-3 in Week 8 in the Big Orange Golf League at Huntingdon Country Club.

Two teams – Ed Gargula and Gerry Huggler and Bob Lamey and Jim Lakso – went 4-4. Phil Thompson and Rick Bayer went 3-5.

Thompson won the gross low price (37) while Larry Newton won the net low price (33).

The blow of the day was delivered by Lamey, who landed a birdie putt on No.18 to win his match.


LORETTO – Daryl Benz and Richard Kochinsky teamed up to win the Member-Guest Net event with an 8-under par 64 at Immergrun Golf Club.

There was a tie at four for second place one stroke behind.

Richard and William Olewiler won the Gross title with a par of 3 under par 69, four strokes better than Benz and Kochinsky.

Ken and Neil Hammond tied Robert Nagle and Pam Adams for first place in the Father’s Day Division event with a par of 7 under 65.

CC Summit

CRESSON – Doug and Tanner Fogel won Flight A in the Summit Country Club Father’s Day ssunTwo-Player Scramble with 30 points. The Fogels finished two points ahead of two teams with 28 points.

Mike and Kyle Reese won Flight B with 32 points, John and Sam Klock dominated Flight C with 24 points, and Flight D ended in a three-way tie between Dick and Chris Cox’s teams, Tom and Mark Mardula and Ken and Brandon Martinazzi with 14 points each.

Quintin Dziabo, Denny Michina Sr. and Rob Maher Jr. won skills awards.

In another action, Terry Funcheon won the gross division with an 81 in the senior men’s challenge event. Francis Pirozzola was second (84) while Jim Smith was third (86).

John Gibbons won the net division (76), followed by Mark Delaney (78), Bill Delaney (81) and Ray Eckenrode (81).

In the 66 and over raw division, Brady Eckenrode won (78) followed by Rick Holtz (80) and Warren Rhyner (81). Hop Burgood won the net division with a 77. Tom Angle was second (78) followed by Ed Ivory (81).

Flowing valley

TYRONE – Charles Taylor, Dave Mackey, John Nardozza and Randy Himes scored 32 points to win the senior event on Wednesday by two points over runners-up Mike Campagna, Jeff DeCriscio and Harry Miller.

Miller won two of the competitions closest to the pin, and Campagna won one, as did Larry Baker.


Joe Crusciel of Bellmeade made a hole-in-one on the # 4 par 3 hole at Summit Country Club. Crusciel used a 9 iron to complete the 115-yard shot. The shot was seen by Mark Delaney and George Petyak.

Tom Abrams hit a hole-in-one while playing at Cambrian Hills Golf Club. He hit the shot on No. 8, 170 meters long. He witnessed Karen Cavallo.

Mike Maier hit a hole-in-one while playing golf at Sinking Valley Country Club. He hit the white tee shot with a 5 iron. He was watched by Dave Baumgartner, Frank Wiley and George Savine.

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