June 21, 2006

By Ric Dugan/Staff Photographer

The first Tri-State Junior Golf Association tournament of the season was held Monday at the Waynesboro, Pa., Country Club. Front row, from left: Garrett Ellis, 12-13 age-group winner; Derek Baker, 14-15 age-group winner; and Matt Weber, 16-18 age-group winner. Back row, from left: Mike Rock, representative of tourmament sponsor Cinetic Landis Grinding, and Chris Henry, Waynesboro Country Club golf professional. The junior tournament attracted 71 young golfers from Washington County and the Tri-State area.

Seventy-one golfers participated in the first Tri-State Junior Golf Association tournament of the season Monday at the Waynesboro, Pa., Country Club

16-18 age group

Matt Weber 74; Steve Hutzell 75; Brandon Sheaffer 76; Alicia Grier 76; Joshua Winn 77; Nathan Orndorff 77; Kimberly Eaton 78; Brendan Benisek 79; John Carey 81; Scott Levy 81; Travis Bohn 81; Corey Jackson 81; Julian Funk 81.


Miles Brown 82; Kyle Butler 83; Ryan Coccagna 83; Tyler Ausherman 83; Tate Campbell 83; Jacob Geesaman 85; Jordan Anthony 85; Thomas Lazur 86; Carl Spessard 87; Caleb Hudlow 88; Alex Wine 88; Andy Lytle 88.

Sean Henson 89; Gregory Dahbura 91; Paul Stavrakas 91; Tyler Fairley 94; Brandon Meadows 94; Chris Easterday 94; David Drewry 95; Eric Wilfong 98; Evan Linton 98; Brand Scholtterbeck 98; Jacob Pryor 99; Blaine Bidle 99; Kaylor Hedges 101; Tommy Greenfield 101.

14-15 age group

Derek Baker 73; Alec Kessler 75; Alex Hoffman 76; Tyler Straub 79; Adam Sullivan 80; Kacy Straub 81; Andrew Duff 81; Anthony Minnich 82; Elizabeth Breed 83; Lucas Franki 86; Nathan Kauffman 86; Dustin Starliper 88; Kyle Kegerris 88.

Shane Richards 89; Grant McWilliams 89; Ian Ramsey 91; Jared Fahnestuck 96; Brett Bidle 96; Josh Cline 97; Elijah Hudlow 99; Ryan Paolini 101; David Delaportis 101; Zack Morgan 103; Luke Hoffman 107; David Engle 109; Ryan Barrett 115.

12-13 age group

Garrett Ellis 89; Megan Baker 99; Dylan Emmett 102; Brandon Sullivan 102; Troy Hartle 115; Tyler Brown 124.

Father's Day Tourney

Eric and Brandon Hendrickson shot a 72 to win the Gross Division in the Beaver Creek Father's Day Tournament.

In the Net Division, three teams were tied at 59, and places were determined by a scorecard match. First place went to Mike and Chris Barnes, second place went to John and Mick Hersh, and Tubby Stotler and Cheryl Houck finished in third.

Julian Funk eagled the final hole, sinking a 135-yard shot to lead the team of Tom and Julian Funk to a 71 and the Scramble Division title.

Gross: Eric/Brandon Hendrickson 72; Jamie/Justin Neikirk 74; Randy/Mark Cree 75; Al/Blair Gardner 76; John/John Jr. Eaton 78; Jeff Flory/Chris Devlin 79; Bud Serig/Deanna Minnick 80; Dave/Justin Klipp 80; Wayne/Darren Wishard 81; Don/Todd Baer 81; Steve/Stephen Parrotte 82.

Net: Mike/Chris Barnes 59; John/Mick Hersh 59; Tubby Stotler/Cheryl Houck 59; Ralph Hause/Alex Paloney 64; Mike/Holly Steiner 66; David/Kris Lookabaugh 67; John/Wil Roney 68; Floyd/Mike Spies 69; Jeff/Matt Snowden 70; Jim/Jimmy Sklencar 71; Al/Mike Moyseenko 73.

Scramble: Tom/Julian Funk 71; Rod/Niklas Steiner 73; Dude/Andy Martz 75; Pat/Emily Steiner 80; John/J.B. Bowman 81; Tom/T.J. Wallech 82; Mike/Pete Huffman 86; Jack Newkirk & son 92.

Grier runnerup

Ashley Grier shot rounds of 73-76-70 for an even-par 219 to finish second in the Womens Eastern Amateur Chamionship at Gulph Mills Golf Club in King of Prussia, Pa., last week.

This week Grier is competing in the Women's Western Amateur at Fincastle Country Club in Bluefield, Va.

The tournament will feature both stroke and match play. Grier opened Monday's first round of stroke play with a two-over-par 73.

Wivell gets 'ace'

Jordan Wivell hit a hole-in-one on the 85-yard first hole at Yingling's Golf Center.

Wivell used a 9-iron. The shot was witnessed by Keith Wivell and Jonathan Wivell.

Bradshaw not in tourney

CLARKSBURG, Md. - David Bradshaw, of Harpers Ferry, W.Va., did not gain a berth in the PGA Booz Allen Classic this week at TPC at Avenel.

The former Shepherd University star shot a respectable even-par 72 at Monday's qualifier at Little Bennett Golf Course to finish in the upper half of the 72-man field.

Tourney at Whitetail

The second Tuscarora Running Club Golf Tournament to benefit the James Buchanan and Chambersburg high school track and cross country programs will be held Aug. 11 at Whitetail Golf Club.

There will be a shotgun start format with tee times at 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. The cost is $260 per foursome and includes a meal, cart and prizes.

For information, contact Bob Walker at 717-372-1211 or Ed Summers at 30

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