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October 10, 2012

Local scores for 10-11-12


Oakwood Women’s Golf Assoc.

15th annual Collins Cup

Singles matches: Oak Leaves 121⁄2 - Acorns 111⁄2

Two-day totals: Oak Leaves 16, Acorns 16 (tie)

Oak Leaves: Thelma Horrall, Dot Huston, Ila Nichola, Lois Miller, Johnnie Atwood, Becky Moser, Carol Lambertz, Judy DeVaughn.

Acorns: Linda Wiens, Christy Collins, Sheryl Douma, Gloria Blevens, Kim Caruthers, Jean Brewer, Mary Jo Hoffman, Claudell Thomas.


Oakwood Bowl Honor Scores

Men’s 600-700 Series --  Gary Kruger 644;  Tully Groom 644;  John Felt Jr. 643; Hunter Stroble 630;  Casey Buller 608; Rex Maluy 604;  David Brown 603;  J.J. Wade 602;

Men’s 220 Games --  Hunter Stroble 279, 224;  Tully Groom 262;  J.J. Wade 246, 222;  John Felt Jr. 236;  Gary Kruger 236;  Steve Mareburger 227;  Steve Muns 225;  Jim Tate 225;  Bryan Brown 224;  David Brown 223;  Rick Boggs 222; James Stephens 222;  Robert Jones 220;  Todd Moritz 235;

Women’s 500-600 Series --  Amanda Fishback 619, 561;  Teri Busby 544;  Veronica Busby 535;  Patricia Williams 533;  Sandy Tate 533;  Jenifer Hays 519; Loretta Blodgett 511;  Robin Luna 511; Julie Whiting 504;  LaDonna Koon 502; April Anson 500;

Women’s 200 Games --  Amanda Fishback 223, 221, 201;  Jenifer Hays 212;  Veronica Busby 212;  Patricia Wiliams 210;  April Anson 208; Sandy Tate 206;

Jr/Majors 500 Series --  Sean Moerer 577;  Jeff Ray 523;  Kelsey Peck 501;

Jr/Majors 175 Games --  Sean Moerer 230, 176;  Garrett Gaster 188;  Kelsey  Peck 181;  Jeff Ray 179;  Mathew Wilson 176;

Bantam/Prep 300 Series --  R. J. Hooper 426;  Brady Wood 387;

Bantam/Prep 100 Games --  R. J. Hooper 177, 127, 122;  Brady Wood 143, 132, 112;  Skylinn Anderson 116, 111; Journie  Anderson 105;  Lucas Brown 105; Blake Wood 102;

Falcon’s Nest Youth Scores:

Jr/Majors 500 Series --  Ethan Blodgett 580;

Jr/Majors 175 Games --  Ethan Blodgett 208, 192, 180;  Kelsey Peck 180;

Bantam/Prep 300 Series --  John Benson 320;  Jessica Emmerson 304;

Bantam/Prep 100 Games --  Jessica Emmerson 120, 102;  John Benson 119, 108; Matthew Emmerson 101;


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