Martha Gastol led Class A with a 41 gross and Margie Coran a 31 net in the Wednesday Morning League at Willow Run Golf Course.
Helen Adams had the fewest putts with 16.
In Class B, Roxie Maytum hit a 54 gross and Pat Fincher a 35 net. Kathy Yaw had the fewest putts with 18.
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Rick Roos picked up an eagle in the Tuesday Night Men’s Golf League at the Cassadaga Country Club.
Darren Mangine was the medalist with a 35 followed by Tim Bulger with a 36 while Ron Juzdowski shot a 29 net.
Steve Wintersteen birdied No. 1, Todd Fenton No. 6 and Dick Mangine No. 7. Fenton was also the closest to the pin on No. 6.
Todd Fenton 37, Scott Jagoda 37, Steve Wintersteen 37, Dick Frost 38, Don House 38, Rod Lind 38, Brenton Wilcox 38, Don Cornell 39, Tom Gauronski 39, Ron Juzdowski 39, Rick Roos 39.
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Hallie Dubia connected for an 83 gross and Marlene Sandberg a 75 net in Flight I of the Ladies League at Conewango Valley Country Club.
Dubia also had a 41 gross and Judy McGinn a 36 net for nine holes. Mary Conarro won the special event with a 22.
Linda Michel fired a 103 gross and Michelle Lauffenburger a 71 net in Flight II.
Deb Vicini had a 50 gross and Lauffenburger a 33 net for nine holes. The special event went to Sally Steele with a 27.
Anita Pellegrino carded a 63 gross in Flight III.
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Linda Ditka and Betsy Senger, and Megan Smoulder and Rachel Meacham shot a 39 net to win the Women’s Scramble Tournament at Conewango Valley Country Club.
Kirsten Turfitt and Morgan Smith, Betsy Williams and Anna Williams, and Judy McGinn and Barb Wilson carded 42s.
Robbin Price and Joyce Puleo, and Jackie Kavanaugh and Linda Michel recorded 47s, and Ruth Derby and Cathy Zawacki, and Tammy Jensen and Nancy Shattuck 48s.
Michelle Lauffenburger and Anita Pellegrino had 50s, and Andrea Sedon and Marsha Zeybel a 57.
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Rob Lancaster recorded an eagle in the Monday Night Men’s Golf League at Cassadaga Country Club.
Tim Bulger was low with a 37 gross followed by Allen Chase with a 39. In net play, Chase was the leader with a 31.
Andy Snyder birdied No. 1 and No. 7 while Matt Wallace birdied No. 4.
Steve Wintersteen was closest to the pin on No. 6.
Rob Lancaster 41, Bob Warsitz 41, Matt Wallace 43.
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Tom Short fired a 1-over-par 37 and Austin Anderson delivered a 40 in the Wednesday Night Men’s League at Timber Creek Golf Course.
John Widrig 42, Nate Short 42, Larry Webb 42, Bill Jackson 44, Keith Smith 44, Brad Houghwot 44, Doug Smith 45, Gary Sams 45, Jim Saxton 46, Francis Southwick 47, Larry Begel 47, Jeff Chase 48, Paul Duvall 48
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Darrell Gruber delivered a five-over-par 41, Bob Sargent and Carl Sandbloom shot 42s in the Wednesday Seniors Citizens Morning League at Timber Creek Golf Course.
Bruce Brightman 44, Chuck Vesotski 44, John Thayer 47, Bill Krawczyk 48, Bruce Fulton 48.
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Janice Brown was the medalist with a 39 and Brenda Wiedenhofer followed with a 41 in the Parteers Golf League at Willow Run Golf Course.
Cheryl Andrews 42, Sue Vincent 43, Karen Bjorkholm-Leeper 44, Sandy Pratt 44, Susan McLorg-Moore 47, Chris Anderson 48, Susie Stuart 48.
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Jill Dart had a 48 gross and Grace Backstrom a 33 net in the First Flight of the Cable Hollow Ladies Morning League.
Sue Ferranto and Shirley Pearson delivered a 31 to win the tournament.
Second Flight was taken by Blanche Swaney with a 57 gross and Betty McPherson connected for a 34 net. Jeanette Carlson shot a 33 in the tournament.
Elsa Hern and Margo Rounds fired a 60 gross and Geri Swanson a 33 net in the Third Flight. Margo Rounds won the tournament with a 33.
Gross Division: Shirley Pearson 52, Sue Ferranto 54.
Net Division: Shirley Olson 37, Donna Holmes 37, Laura Martin 37, Sue Sumner 42.
Gross Division: Jeanette Carlson 58, Mary Lou Scully 58, April Tharp 62.
Net Division: Sally Saff 39, Carol Sorg 39, Lucy Cook 43.
Gross Division: Sue Scalise 62, Priscilla Spencer 68.
Net Division: Nancy Phillips 34, Angie Pellegrino 37.
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In the Bill Sprague Memorial Wednesday Night Men’s Golf League at Chautauqua Golf Club, Shelly Grant shot a 2-over-par 37 to lead the front-nine scores, followed by Len Culbreth with 40, Justin Akin with 42, and Jim Bird, Bill Peterson and Pete Hoitink with 44s.
Phil Klingensmith led the back-nine scores with a 1-under-par 36. Brian Devine had 41, Doug Truver and Wayne Stoughton both carded 42s, Tim Clute and Mike Silk had 43s and Mike Bishop shot 44.
Jodi Hoffman and Michelle Helmer each fired a 41 to lead all scorers in the Ladies Wednesday Night League at Cassadaga Country Club.
Judy Mowrey followed with 46 and Annita Luce shot 48.
Stacy Morabito and Laura Wintersteen led best-ball play with 27 and Wintersteen was the closest-to-the-pin winner.
Best-ball: Michelle Helmer-Donna Frost 28, Cindy Chimera-Anita Luce 30, Jodi Hoffman-Melissa Kelly 30, Linnea Nichols-Barb Swan 31, Nancy Mangine-Linda Roos 31, Dory Johnson-Kim Murphy 31, Kay Pagano-Pam Ulrich 31, Lori Danforth-Mary Haight 32.
In the Mulligan Mamas League at Maplehurst Country Club, Kathy Stedman led all gross scoring with a 40.
Liz Frederick carded a 28 fow low net.
Low gross: Emily O’Neill 41, Andrea Carlson 43, Toni Indriolo 44, Lynn Radack 44, Terri Rettberg 44, Mary Green 45, Leda Peterson 45, Cathy Mercer 45, Fran Carlson 46, Liz Fredrick 46, Lisa Sales 46, Rita Newell 47, Wendy Merchant 47, Karen Coccagnia 48, Tiny Currie 48, Ruth Kriese 48, Jody Shely 48, Deb Triscari 48.
Low net: Terri Rettberg 29, Toni Indriolo 30, Kathy Stedman 30, Andrea Carlson 31, Fran Carlson 32, Lisa Nelson 32, Karen Coccagnia 33, Ruth Kriese 33, Cheryl Mason 33, Leda Peterson 33, Lynn Radack 33, Tina Currie 34, Beth Johnson 34, Emily O’Neill 34, Lisa Sales 34, Rita Newell 35, Jody Shely 35, Deb Triscari 35, Wendy Merchant 35, Cathy Mercer 35, Deanna Fuller 36, Joyce Peterson 36, Mary Green 37, Cia Spoto 38, Renee Whitford 39.
Bill Mahan and Jim Monoghan combined to shoot 58 to lead the 18-hole best ball division during Men’s Day Golf action at Conewango Valley Country Club.
In second place were Ed Kavanaugh and Bob Metzger with 60. Jack Shattuck and John Masterson, and Phil Simmons and Greg Noon fired a 62, Jim Senger and Jerry Nelson were fourth with 63, and Ashton Ditka and Bill Bevevino, and Joe Hedman and Joe Saber fired 64s.
Dan Matey and Dennis Boron shot 31 to lead all nine-hole, best-ball scores. Shawn Baldensperger and Alec Connaro were one shot back at 32.
Don Dubia and Anthony Pellegrino Jr. led the Nicklaus Flight with 37 while Jerry Bancroft and Dave Walde shot 38s for second place. Bill Andrews and Boron were the special event winners.
In the Woods Flight, Chad Vicini was first with 38 and Bill Turner second with 39 and Greg Noon won the special event.
Rich Laws and Shawn Baldensperger each carded 41s to pace the Snead Flight and Joe Hedman was second with 43. Randy Ordines and Larry Vicino tied for first in the special event.
Dan Matey won the Hogan Flight by shooting 41 and Bob Gunderson was next with 44. Bill Mahan, Rick Bakewell and Drew Young shared first in the special event.
In the Palmer Flight, the winner was Doug Allen with 49. Bill Bevevino, Bob Follett and Bill Wagner were tied for second with 52. Mark Donick won the special event.
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Scott and Brenda Sampson and Jim and Sue Garde combined for a 36 gross in the Couples League at Moon Brook Country Club on Friday night.
The net winners with a 32 were Todd and Annette Patric and Gene and Ann Aversa.
Second place in the net division went to Randy and Sue Manitta and Gene and Sheryl Johnson with a 34.
Tom and Mary Glatz and Mark and Melissa Wilson were third with a 35, just ahead of Jim and Marcia Cirbus and Vic and Brenda Tarana with a 35.5.
Annette Patric was closest to the line for the women on No. 3 and had the longest drive on fairway No. 6. Brenda Tarana was closest to the pin on No. 4.
Jim Cirbus was closest to the line for the men on No. 3 and Scott Sampson was the nearest to the pin on No. 8.
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Kerry Coan and Angie Giuffre had 44s to pace the Wednesday Night Snap Fitness League at Willow Run Golf Course.
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Curt Miceli shot a 2-over-par 38 gross and Mike Kelley, Jim Scofield and Jamie Carlson hit a 32 net in the Monday Night Steeners Pub League at Bemus Point Golf Club.
Brock Carlson was closest to the pin on No. 2 and Miceli on No. 6.
Gross Division: Dave Boughton 39, Barry Anderson 39, Lou Swanson 39, Jamie Henderson 40, Karl Germaine 40, Jim Scofield 41, Keith Swanson 41, Jamie Carlson 42, Randy Bland 42, Brian Kennelley 43.
Net Division: Barry Anderson 33, Dave Boughton 33, Randy Bennett 33, Joe Swiderski 33, Karl Germaine 35, Jamie Henderson 35, Mark Anderson 35, Mark Tarbrake 35, Stephen Briggs 35, Jim Cheney 35, Kevin Seiberg 35, Tim Burns 35.
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Scott Crist and Brandon Waite fired a 5-under-par 31 and Judd Bohall and Scott Smith a 4-under-par 32 in the two-man, best-ball event in the Men’s Kaczar Collision Scratch League at Bemus Point Golf Club.
Scott Smith was the closest to the pin on No. 11 and Brian Kennelley on No. 15.
Scott Crist delivered a 4-under-par 32 and P.J. Gronquist and Smith carded 37s.
Jordan Farnham 38, Judd Bohall 38, Ryan Lemon 38, Kenny Woodfield 38, Brandon Waite 39, Kris Brown 40, Bill Loomis 40, Tom Crist 40, Scott Pritchard 40, Curt Miceli 40.
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Herb Rice, Cliff Hubbard, Art Armbracht and Randy Bennett won the three-ball Shamble Tournament in the Wednesday Night Men’s League with a 90 net at Bemus Point Golf Club.
Second place went to Terry Hall, Jake Thompson, Jerry Adams and Junie Schenck with a 91 net.
Tied for third with a 94 net were the teams of Curt Miceli, Bob Winchester, Randy Bland and Jordan Farnham along with Jamie Carlson, Dave Lipsey, John Depew and Bruce Thompson.
Randy Bland, Winchester and Miceli were at even-par 36 gross while Jake Thompson and Armbracht were at 28 net.
Closest to the pin on No. 2 was Randy Bland and the nearest to the pin on No. 6 was Brian Shannon.
Gross Division: Terry Hall 37, Jordan Farnham 38, Jake Thompson 40, Ted Farnham 41, John Depew 41, Bruce Thompson 41.
Net Division: Randy Bland 30, John Depew 30, Jerry Adams 32, Randy Bennett 32, Reggie Richards 33, Larry Maloy 33, Cliff Hubbard 33, Bob Winchester 33, Terry Hall 34, Brad Nunn 34, Brian Shannon 34.