Bonnie Green and Doreen Murtaugh shot a 49 to lead the Gross Division in the opening day of the Tuesday Morning Ladies League at the Bemus Point Golf Club.
Murtaugh also took the Net Division honors with a 37 while Paula France had the fewest putts with 13.
Gross Division: Sandy Tidquist 52, Helen Powers 53.
Net Division: Linda Seleen 38, Sandy Tidquist 38, Mary Ann Germain 40, Bonnie Green 40,
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Kim Meabon shot 92 for the low gross and Kathi Ames had 74 for low net in A Flight during action in the Moon Brook Country Club Ladies League.
Karen Tordella took both the low gross honors with 103 and low net with 72 in B Flight while Sandy Calalesina had the low gross in C Flight with 108 and also shot a 72 for low net.
In D Flight, Alice Certo carded the low gross with 126 and the low net with 83.
For the Division 1 first tournament, Tordella shot 41 for the victory while Robin Michos took second with 43.
Calalesina won the Division 2 first tournament with 41 and Becky Colburn followed with 42.
In the Monday Night Men’s Golf League at Cassadaga Country Club, Tim Bulger and Steve Wintersteen each fired 37s
Brad Blizzard shot a 30 for low net and Wintersteen birdied No. 11.
Brad Blizzard 38, Sean Egan 38, Fred Chamberlin 40, Dan Kenzie 40, Dan Butts 42, Don Harrington 42, Gary Higgs 42, Dave Snyder 42, Matt Wallace 42.
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In the Chautauqua Women’s Golf Association’s TOES event, Bernie Elkin and Carole Williams tied for first with 56, followed by Sandy Klowon with 56 and Sharon Rissel with 61.
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Brian Devine carded a one-over-par 36 on the front nine in the Fred Austin Memorial League at the Chautauqua Golf Club.
Devine was also the net leader on the front nine with a 31.
Mike Silk recorded a four-over-par 41 on the back nine and Dustin Raynor had a net 33.
Gross Division (front nine): Chuck Shick 40, Craig Tidquist 40, Matt Burnett 40,
Gross Division (back nine): Eric Anderson 44.
Net Division (front nine): Chuck Shick 33, Ross Seeley 34, Zach Cammarata 34.
Net Division (back nine): Rick Storms 35, Larry Anderson 35.
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Paula Morris delivered a 46 for medalist honors in the South Hills Country Club’s Tuesday Night League.
Lynn Radack was second with a 47,
Donna Holmes 49, Pat Weeks 50, Sally Buffone 51, Jan Schepis 51, Sharon Dowd 54, Pam Simon 54, Marty Carcione 55, Tammy Hartzell 55.
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Joan Warner’s 45 was the lowest score in the Wednesday Morning Ladies League at Breezewood Links.
Nancy Barkstrom and Sally Dilts tied for second with 48s.
Christine Emborsky, Betty Glatz and Joan Warner tied for net honors with 35s.
Glatz had the fewest putts with 13.
Gross Division: Max Underwood 51, Christine Emborsky 52, Sylvia Fiorello 53, Betty Glatz 55.
Net Division: Sally Dilts 36, Sylvia Fiorello 37, Nancy Barkstrom 38, Bonnie Harlow 38, Max Underwood 38.
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Mary Conarro shot a 47 scratch for nine holes and a 94 for 18 holes in the Flight 1 of the Tuesday Ladies League at Conewango Valley Country Club.
Betsy Senger had a 74 net for 18 holes and Deb Vicini a 39 for nine holes in the same flight. Judy McGinn won the special event with a 33.
Judy Dale delivered a 108 scratch for 18 holes and Linda Ditka a 41 for nine holes in Flight 2.
Robbin Price was the net leader for 18 holes with a 79 and a 41 for nine holes. Dale captured the special event with a 38.
Leslie Baldensperger connected for a 121 scratch for 18 homes and Pat Phillips a 61 for nine holes.
In net play, Deb Leofsky was the leader with a 78 for 18 holes and Debbie Vecellio a 39 for nine holes.
Kirsten Turfitt won the special event with a 42.
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Marsha Gastol recorded a 37 gross and Cheryl Johnson a 28 net in the Class A of the Wednesday Morning Ladies League at the Willow Run Golf Course.
Brenda Nickerson had a 46 gross and Roxie Maytum A 34 net in Class B.
In Class C, Peggy Cross carded a 49 gross and Linda Davidson a 34 net.
Brownie Eggleston had the fewest putts with 14,
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Mike Hoffman eagled No. 13 and Don House No. 18 in the Tuesday Night Men’s League at the Cassadaga Country club.
Rod Lind was the medalist with a 35 followed by Sean Fenton with a 36. Lind also birdied No. 10.
John Crossley birdied No. 11, Tim Bulger No.14, Tim Lerow No. 16 and Fenton No. 17.
Crossley was the closest to the pin on No. 15.
Don House 37, Steve Wintersteen 37, Mike Hoffman 37, Tim Bulger 38, John Crossley 38, Tom Gauronski 38, Tim Lerow 38.
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Sonia Probst carded a 43 for medal honors in the Wednesday Evening Ladies League at Cable Hollow Golf Course.
Sue Ferranto shot a 45 for second place.
Ann Knepshield 47, Cindy Paulmier 50, Sue Melquist 51, Nancy Shattuck 51, Mary Mackey 52, Diana Peck 52, Bonnie Thorpe 52, Rosie Bortz 53, Donna Holmes 53, Peggy Nason 53, Grace Backstrom 54, Melinda King 54, Judy Larson 55.
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Bob Sargent, Bob Michael and Bruce Brightman all shot a 41 to lead the Wednesday Morning League at Timbercreek Golf Course.
Lee Pike 44, Jim Raistrick 45, Chuck Vesotski 45.
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Mark Gilbert fired a 40 to pace the Wednesday Afternoon League at Timbercreek Golf Course.
Tom Short 41, Nathan Short 44, Gary Samms 46, Doug Smith 47, Keith Smith 47, Austin Anderson 48.
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Rick Rohlin and Scott Pierson lead the Monday Scratch League with 16 points at the Cable Hollow Golf Course.
Ron and Dan Lemon are second with 13 points and John Lindsay and Brad Beckstrom third with 12 points.
Ron and Dan Lemon shot the lowest gross round with a 34.
Kathy Bradshaw and Melissa Kelly combined for a 26 net in the two-man best-ball event in the Wednesday Ladies League at the Cassadaga Country Club.
Bradshaw also was the medalist with a 42 scratch.
Linnea Harris and Barb Swan, Mary Kelley and DeDe DuBois and Mary Haight and Lori Danforth drilled 29s net.
Laura Wintersteen and Stacy Wintersteen recorded a 30 net, Pam Allesi and Pat Kaus a 31 net and Kathy Krauza and Brenda Swanson a 32 net.
Nichols delivered a 46 scratch for runnerup honors followed by Judy Dale and Kelly with 47s, Cathy
Sinatra and Pat Kaus with 48s and Julie Fenton and Michelle Helmer with 49s.
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Pat Ruttenbur and Nan Verga shared medalist honors with 36s in the Mini Mulligan League at Sunset Valley Golf Course.
Suzy Panebianco was next with a 38.
Carol Rivera 40, Dottie Larson 42, Brenda Johnson 42, Connie Crick 42, Cris Herbst 43, Sally Devine 44, Debbie Williams 45, Lisa Peterson 48.
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Greg Wise carded a 38 to league the Cassadaga Country Club Thursday Night Men’s Golf League.
Aaron Beichner, who fired a low net 29, Don Meder, Mike Schwertfager and Chip White followed with 40s.
Dan Butts was closest to the pin on No. 15 while Mike Lawhead birdied No. 10 and Wise eagled No. 18.
Greg Wise 38, Aaron Beichner, Don Meder, Mike Schwertfager, Chip White, 40, Tom Gauronski, Mike Lawhead, Ron Mason, 41, Tom Lancaster, Bob Smith, 42.
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The pairing of Billy Andrews and Doug Swanson scored a 132 to capture first prize in the Conewango Valley Country Club Weakest Link results.
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A trio of twosomes tied for first place in the two-man best ball event of the Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Scratch League at Bemus Point Golf Course.
Judd Bohall and Tom Crist, Kenny Woodfield and Scott Pritchard, and Bill Loomis and Scott Kelleman each tallied 2-under-par 34s for a three-way tie for first.
Bohall and Crist led individual scorers as well, carding even-par 36s.
Pritchard was closest to the pin on No. 11 and Lonny Clark was closest on No. 15.
Judd Bohall, Tom Crist, 36, Scott Kelleman, Bill Loomis, 38, PJ Gronquist 39, Lonny Clark, Scott Pritchard, Bob Winchester, 40.
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Curt Miceli fired a low-gross 38 while Jim Scofield and Todd Liddell each had a low net 33 to lead recent action of the Monday Night Steeners Pub League at Bemus Point Golf Course.
Closest to the pin on No. 2 was Greg Pietrocarlo and closest on No. 6 was Ramsey Bland.
Gross: Curt Miceli 38, Marty Crandall, Jamie Henderson, 39, Jim Scofield 40, Bill Lehman 41, Jim Cheney 42, Todd Liddell, Brian Kennelley, 43, Barry Anderson, Jaimie Kayner, 44.
Net: Jim Scofield, Todd Liddell, 33, Jamie Henderson, Bill Lehman, Marty Crandall, 35, Curt Miceli, Joe Swiderski, Brian Kennelley, Jim Cheney, 36, Ross Bland, Broc Carlson, Jim Bailey, 37, Barry Anderson, Jaimie Kayner, Randy Bland, 38.