Dugan, Fenelli win WACO media golf tourney

August 09, 2000

Dugan, Fenelli win WACO media golf tourney

Ric Dugan and Steve Fenelli combined for a 1-over-par 73 to repeat as champions of the WACO Media Tournament at Beaver Creek Country Club on Tuesday.

Also, Bob Fleenor won the Longest Drive contest on No. 9. Brian Bain won the closest-to-the-pin contest on No. 8.

More than 30 local pros will play today, incuding Dirk Schultz of Beaver Creek, Dave Grier of Yingling's, defending champion Bob Dowland of the Columbia Country Club, Darrell Whittington of Black Rock. Rob Millburn and Darrin Smith, both of Fountain Head, are expected to attend.

Tuesday's five qualifiers for the ChiChi's Shoot out are from Beaver Creek; Marty Miller, Greg McNaney, Gary Dingle, Jim Spatz and Larry Mackereth.

Tuesday's Results

1. Ric Dugan and Steve Fenelli, Herald Mail, 73; 2. Rod Sova and Brian Bain, Herald Mail, 74; 3. Dave Elliott and Bob Fleenor, Herald Mail Green Team, 77; 4. Dan Spears and Bob Parasiliti, Herald Mail, 78. Closest to the pin Brian Bain 25 feet. Long Drive Bob Fleenor 382 yards.


Carr to defend title

Chris Carr, American Motorcyclist Association Grand National Champion, will be defending his title against Mike Hacker in the Progressive Insurance Grand National Track Series at Hagerstown Speedway at 4 p.m. on Aug. 19.

Hacker recently moved from seventh to third position in the championship battle when he received his first Grand National win in Charlotte, N.C.

Carr, originally from Fleetwood, Pa., has seen some trouble lately. He went down on lap 20 at the Charlotte, N.C. half-mile. Carr remained in 12th position through the last five laps, and gained points toward his championship lead. Hacker, a Prince George, Va. native, is now 21 points behind Carr for the championship.

The Harley-Davidson Sportster Division will also run the evening of the half-mile AMA Championship race. Brian Thomas, of Belleville, Ill., currently holds the lead with Scott Stump of Levittown, Pa., and Willie Richardson, of Texas, close behind.

For tickets or additional information call Hagerstown Speedway at 301-582-0640 or on the Internet at

Outlaws coming

The Pennzoil World of Outlaws, postponed in July, has been rescheduled for Thursday, Sept. 28. The gates will open at 5 p.m., with warm-ups at 7:30 and the race at 8. All tickets from the July 29 program will be honored.

The action won't let up at the Hagerstown Speedway over the weekend of Sept. 29-Oct. 1.

The ITSI late models will be the main program Saturday and Sunday afternoons, with the Hoosier Tire Race of Champions for late models also going off on Saturday.

The Speedway will host the Hub-City National 150, the longest race in the country for dirt late models on Sept. 30. The open competition semi-lates and late model sportsman, pure stocks and 4-cylinder pure stocks will also be going on that weekend.


Sixth Annual Adam Kees

American 11, Valley 0: Chuck Rouzee threw a no-hitter with seven strikeouts, while Billy Shoebert and Robbie Golden each had two hits for American.


Pinesburg/Hub City

J&W Mechanical 17, Lynn's 16: Rob Hannon, Phil Fox, Brian Conrad, Mike Rowland and Mike Thomas each had three hits for J&W.

Panthers 16, Hatch & Kirk 11: Doug Leggett had four hits, Danny Schlosser, Spanky Jordan and Craig Pfister had three hits.

Miller Light 9, Stadium Tavern 8: Steve Crabtree, Jeff Beattie and Darren Weaver had three hits each to lead Miller Light over Stadium Tavern.

Lenox 14, Dual Highway Motors 13: Dale Hess had four hits and Ira Heller, Ray Mallot, Jake Ward and Mike Mazingo all added three hits to lead Lenox to victory.

Craig's Paving 27, Jerry's 17: Mel Weaver belted two home runs and had five hits, while Lew Thomas and Steve McKemmy each had three hits with a homer to lead Craig's. Mick Byers, Bob Tritch and Jim Fisher had four hits apiece for Craig's while Brad Weaver, Rick Christian and Rick Ebersole each had three hits.

Eddie's/South End Tavern wins States

FREDERICK, Md. - Eddie's/South End Tavern went 5-1 to win the ISA Class E State Tournament. The victory qualifies the team for the ISA World Series in Winter Haven, Fla., over Labor Day weekend.

Hagerstown Area Church

Christ Reform 18, Grace Brethren 9: Eric Banfee had four hits to lead Christ Reform. Doug Nigh homered for Grace.

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