Curtis said the Upper Savannah event was well-organized



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Upstate New Yorker Cass Curtis has not only found a new home in Abbeville County, he has discovered a group of active friends by participating in the Upper Savannah Senior Sports Classic.

The 75-year-old retired automotive engineer from Hudson Falls, N.Y., won four gold medals in track and field competition Friday. And although he was not among the biggest winners at the Games, he is among its biggest fans.

“I ran in similar type events in New England and I thought the one in Greenwood was done the best,” Curtis said. “Everything went off extremely well.”

The Senior Sports Classic enables adults 50 and older to compete for gold (first place), silver (second) and bronze (third) medals in men’s and women’s age groups in events including golf, table tennis, bowling, basketball, swimming, track and field, croquet, shuffleboard, horseshoes, and spin casting.

A record 377 registered for the 13th annual event held Tuesday through Friday at the Greenwood Family YMCA, Expo 300 in Greenwood, and McCormick’s Savannah Lakes Village.

Curtis said the Upper Savannah event was well-organized.

“They had a lot of volunteer help which is obviously the key,” said Curtis, who won first place in the men’s 75-79 age division in the 50-, 100- and 400-meter dashes, and the standing broad jump.

“Everything was on time,” he said. “The last time I ran in one was in New Hampshire and I thought Greenwood did a better job. I have run in a lot of events, not only this one, but Masters events and marathons. I have done this a lot.

“The friendliness and the attitude of the people putting this on and the friendliness and attitude of the competitors was outstanding. It was more of a homey atmosphere. After we competed and sat down to have lunch, people who I competed against said, ‘come sit over here so we can talk.’ So myself and my wife (Pam) did. They are good folks.”

The Curtises moved to Abbeville approximately 14 months ago, finding a home in an unorthodox way. South Carolina beckoned because Pam had lived in Kingstree during her childhood.

“We found a place on-line, purchased it, and we came down to see what we had bought,” Curtis said, with a laugh.

The former long-distance runner then found that there were senior games in the area.

“Last year, I missed it,” Curtis said. “But I saw results in the newspaper (The Index-Journal) and I had told my wife that this is something that I will do next year. So I watched the paper, and five or six weeks ago, I saw an article. I got my entry form, filled it in, and participated yesterday (Friday).”

Elaine League of Clinton was the top gold medalist, winning all 18 events in which she participated. Donald Blackmon of Ninety Six placed in 20 events, winning 11 gold medals. Bobby Baker of Sumter also won 11 gold medals.

Other top winners included Ken Frazier of Laurens and Matilda Freeland, 85, of McCormick with eight gold medals and three silver medals apiece. Tommy Henderson of McCormick won seven gold medals while 87-year-old Wesley Commons resident Jeb Stewart and 84-year-old James Cogburn of Ware Shoals earned five gold medals apiece.

The 90-and-over age brackets were also used with 91-year-old Elizabeth Burt of Trenton winning gold medals in frisbee golf and softball throw. Ninety-year-olds Ola Ouzts of Ware Shoals and Phil Bates of Greenwood won gold medals in shuffleboard and golf, respectively.

The Upper Savannah Games also had a national champion competing. Bob Rockwell of Taylors won the USA Masters Outdoor Track & Field Championships in the triple jump in 2007 and 2001. He also finished tied for first in the long jump (settling for second on a tie-breaker) in the 2007 event in Orono, Me., and was fifth in the high jump. He is also a USA Masters Indoor Track & Field Championship triple jump past champion.

Rockwell, 58, also competed in the national Senior Olympics in Louisville, Ky., last year, finishing second in the triple jump, fourth in the long jump, and sixth in the high jump. Rockwell attended the Upper Savannah Games with friend Gene Thompson and won four gold medals, five silvers and a bronze in track and field events as well as table tennis. Thompson also placed in several events.

“It’s good competition. I enjoy these senior games,” said Rockwell, a pipe designer who works for an engineering company in Greenville. “It keeps me in shape in my older age.”

Rockwell was impressed that the likes of Burt, who is 33 years older than he, won two gold medals including one in frisbee golf, which requires a lot of walking.

“I have a lot of respect for older people who are in good physical shape,” he said. “I really admire them.”

Another Upper Savannah competitor hoping to again accomplish an impressive feat is Willie Christopher, a 70-year-old farmer’s market vendor from Greenwood who hopes to repeat a 162-mile bicycle ride to his Watson-Wideman-Tolbert family reunion in Rentz, Ga.

He made the trip twice in the 1980s, completing the trek in 14 hours one year and in 13 hours and 10 minutes another year. Twenty years later, Christopher hopes to make the trip again.

“I am going to take my third ride on my 26-inch bike,” said Christopher, who plans to begin training in November. “The last time, I counted 62 hills (between Greenwood and Rentz). There are a lot of hills between Greenwood and Abbeville that I will train on. If I don’t make it in one day (to Georgia), I am going to finish it up the second day.”

Christopher, who won gold medals in the 10-kilometer and one-mile bicycle races as well as the 1500-meter race walk, is asking his family members to pledge 50 cents per mile for his bike ride and will donate one dollar per mile himself for a family trip.

     The Classic opened Tuesday with golf at Savannah Lakes Village’s Monticello Golf Club. Sam Zittrouer of Ninety Six carded the lowest score among the 128 golfers who battled a tough course, shooting a 6-over-par 77. Pat McCutcheon of Greenwood led the women with an 87.

     Benjamin Jackson of McCormick was the top overall bowler with a three-game score of 580 at Expo 300 on Wednesday. Barbara Sibert of McCormick had the women’s top total of 552.

     Events continued Thursday with shuffleboard, table tennis, croquet, miniature golf and bicycle racing at Savannah Lakes. On Friday, the YMCA hosted racquetball, basketball, track events, softball throw, spin casting, horseshoes and frisbee golf.

The Games ended on Friday with Isaac Shaffer and George Drennon hitting game-winning shots in highly-competitive 3-on-3 basketball games that included 50-49 and 51-47 scores.

     The Senior Expo was also held on Friday at Greenwood Mall in conjunction with the Classic with entertainment, information booths, and health screenings provided by the Abbeville Area Medical Center.

     Silver medals sponsors for the Classic were Greenwood Mall, Greenwood YMCA, Mary Ann Smith Insurance Agency, National Health Care, Self Regional Health Care, Sunny 103.5/1090 The Ticket, and Wal-Mart. Bronze sponsors were Advanced Biomechanical Solutions and Hospice Care of South Carolina. Event sponsors were Capsugel, Elliott Davis LLC, Emerald Gardens, Morningside Assisted Living, and Wingard’s Pharmacy.

 

Following are men's (M) and women's (W) first-, second- and third-place results by event and age group from the Upper Savannah Senior Sports Classic Sept. 2-5.



Friday, Sept. 5

Greenwood YMCA

50-Meter Dash

W 60-64 – 1, Elaine League, 12.61.

W 65-69 – 1, Mary Mitchell, 14.56.

W 85-89 – 1, Matilda Freeland, 25.03.

M 55-59 – 1, David Hunnicutt, 7.57. 2, Gene Thompson, 8.12.

M 60-64 – 1, Vinod Patel, 8.14.

M 65-69 – 1, Arthur Lamb, 8.86. 2, Ken Frazier, 9.81.

M 70-74 – 1, Jerry Barton, 7.48. 2, Larry Golan, 8.10.

M 75-79 – 1, Cass Curtis, 8.4. 2, Jack McDowell, 8.64. 3, Donald Blackmon, 10.38.

M 80-84 – 1, James Cogburn, 12.12.

100-Meter Dash

W 60-64 – 1, Elaine League, 28.46.

M 55-59 – 1, Bob Rockwell, 13.91. 2, David Hunnicutt, 14.34. 3, Gene Thompson, 15.57.

M 60-64 – 1, Vinod Patel, 15.21.

M 65-69 – 1, Arthur Lamb, 17.25. 2, Ken Frazier, 17.49. 3, Carey Miller, 20.14.

M 70-74 – 1, Jerry Barton, 14.94. 2, Larry Golan, 15.95.

M 75-79 – 1, Cass Curtis, 17.03. 2, Jack McDowell, 17.61. 3, Donald Blackmon, 17.75.

M 80-84 – 1, James Cogburn, 23.34.

3.1-Mile Run

M 55-59 – 1, Bob Rockwell, 29:26.

M 60-64 – 1, Lee Belcher, 33:30.

M 65-69 – 1, Ken Boland, 32:15. 2, Paul Gentry, 38:31.

400-Meter Dash

M 55-59 – 1, Gene Thompson, 2:22.57. 2, David Hunnicutt, 2:27.62. 3, Bob Rockwell, 2:37.98.

M 60-64 – 1, Vinod Patel, 2:31.02.

M 65-69 – 1, Ken Frazier, 3:25.53.

M 70-74 – 1, Larry Golan, 2:33.70.

M 75-79 – 1, Cass Curtis, 2:37.26. 2, Donald Blackmon, 3:45.93.

800-Meter Dash

M 55-59 – 1, Gene Thompson, 3:50.9. 2, David Hunnicutt, 4:08.71.

M 65-69 – 1, Ken Frazier, 4:29.96.

M 75-79 – 1, Donald Blackmon, 6:02.16.

1500-Meter Race Walk

W 60-64 – 1, Elaine League, 12:31.

M 60-64 – 1, Johnny Wardlaw, 13:08.

M 65-69 – 1, Ken Frazier, 12:32.

M 70-74 – 1, Willie Christopher, 13:52. 2, Dennis Flaherty, 15:28.

M 75-79 – 1, Donald Blackmon, 14:36.

1500-Meter Run

M 55-59 – 1, Bob Rockwell, 8:15.63. 2, Gene Thompson, 8:45.17.

M 75-79 – 1, Donald Blackmon, 13:17.22.

Racquetball

M 70-74 – 1, William Brown.

Shot Put


W 60-64 – 1, Martha Williams, 20-9. 2, Elaine League, 19-6. 3, Janette Blackmon, 17-7.

W 65-69 – 1, Mary Bright, 18-2. 2, Frances Harris, 11-0.

W 70-74 – 1, Mary Andrews, 17-9. 2, Betty Rhoden, 14-6. 3, Doris Banks, 14-2.

W 85-89 – 1, Matilda Freeland, 12-0. 2, Rosetta Mason, 11-1.

M 50-54 – 1, Floyd Hatcher, 32-0.

M 55-59 – 1, David Hunnicutt, 27-4. 2, Bob Rockwell, 26-10.

M 60-64 – 1, Tommy Henderson, 30-9.

M 65-69 – 1, Ken Frazier, 26-10. 2, Arthur Lamb, 25-10. 3, Leroy Chrisley, 25-3.

M 70-74 – 1, Jerry Barton, 32-4. 2, Bobby Baker, 31-0. 3, Larry Golan, 30-8.

M 75-79 – 1, Donald Blackmon, 19-7.

M 80-84 – 1, James Cogburn, 19-2.

Horseshoes

W 50-54 – 1, Shirley Coleman.

W 60-64 – 1, Elaine League. 2, Elizabeth Ferguson. 3, Martha Williams.

W 65-69 – 1, Earline Brown. 2, Marie Brown.

W 75-79 – 1, Ann DiDiego. 2, Sophie Kelly. 3, Marion Clark.

W 85-89 – 1, Matilda Freeland.

M 60-64 – 1, Irvin Gibert. 2, Tommy Henderson.

M 65-69 – 1, Ray White. 2, Leroy Chrisley. 3, Phillip Stewart.

M 70-74 – 1, Bobby Baker. 2, Jim Bleakley. 3, Bo Parkman.

M 75-79 – 1, William Garrison. 2, John Harris.

Softball Throw

W 50-54 – 1, Connie McIntosh. 2, Sandra Johnson.

W 55-59 – 1, Mattie Madison.

W 60-64 – 1, Elaine League. 2, Martha Williams. 3, Janette Blackmon.

W 65-69 – 1, Mary Bright. 2, Frances Harris. 3, Sara Cobb.

W 70-74 – 1, Betty Rhoden. 2, Doris Banks. 3, Mary Andrews.

W 75-79 – 1, Marion DiBona. 2, Essie Curry.

W 80-84 – 1, Janette Humphries. 2, Dorothy Morgan. 3, Vida Madison.

W 85-89 – 1, Rosetta Mason. 2, Matilda Freeland.

W 90-and-over – 1, Elizabeth Burt.

M 50-54 – 1, Floyd Hatcher.

M 55-59 – 1, David Hunnicutt. 2, Bob Rockwell. 3, Buddy Traynham.

M 60-64 – 1, Tommy Henderson. 2, Vinod Patel.

M 65-69 – 1, Ken Frazier. 2, Arthur Lamb. 3, Leroy Chrisley.

M 70-74 – 1, Bobby Baker. 2, Willie Christopher. 3, Darlo Daly.

M 75-79 – 1, Jack McDowell. 2, Donald Blackmon.

M 80-84 – 1, James Cogburn/

Spin Casting

W 50-54 – 1, Connie McIntosh, 40.

W 55-59 – 1, Mattie Madison, 38.

W 60-64 – 1, Elaine League, 48. 2, Martha Williams, 30. 3, Janette Blackmon, 20.

W 65-69 – 1, Frances Harris, 14. 2, Mary Bright, 8.

W 70-74 – 1, Betty Meekins, 38. 2, Doris Banks, 30. 3, Betty Rhoden, 20.

W 75-79 – 1, Marion DiBona, 28. Sophie Kelly, 16.

W 80-84 – 1, Nell Henderson, 24. 2, Ann Rotella, 14.

W 85-89 – 1, Beatrice Mance, 14. 2, Matilda Freeland, 4.

M 60-64 – 1, Tommy Henderson, 46.

M 65-69 – 1, Charlie Williams, 58. 2, Ken Frazier, 58. 3, Phillip Stewart, 54.

M 70-74 – 1, Jock Gervais, 46. 2, William Banks, 20. 3, Darlo Daly, 18.

M 75-79 – 1, Don Blackmon, 54.

Standing Broad Jump

W 50-54 – 1, Sandra Johnson, 3-½.

W 60-64 – 1, Elaine League, 3-9. 2, Jannette Blackmon, 2-7.

W 75-79 – 1, Marion DiBona, 1-11.

W 85-89 – 1, Matilda Freeland, 1-1.

M 55-59 – 1, Bob Rockwell, 8-3½. 2, David Hunnicutt, 6-8½.

M 60-64 – 1, Vinod Patel, 6-2½. 2, Tommy Henderson, 4-11.

M 65-69 – 1, Ken Frazier, 5-10. 2, Leroy Chrisley, 3-7.

M 70-74 – 1, Darlo Daly, 5-3. 2, Jock Gervais, 4-11½. 3, Willie Christopher, 4-8.

M 75-79 – 1, Curtis Cass, 5-7. 2, Don Blackmon, 3-3.

Basketball free throw

W 60-64 – 1, Elaine League. 2, Janette Blackmon. 3, Barbara Varnadore.

W 70-74 – 1, Doris Banks. 2, Betty Meekins.

W 85-89 – 1, Matilda Freeland.

M 50-54 – 1, Tim Woolston.

M 55-59 – 1, Ted Hinzman. 2, Isaac Shaffer. 3, Bill Womble.

M 60-64 – 1, George Brown. 2, Tommy Henderson. 3, Irvin Gibert.

M 65-69 – 1, Edward Krajack. 2, Paul Hale. 3, Arthur Lamb.

M 70-74 – 1, Bobby Baker. 2, John Snowden. 3, Charles Tanner.

M 75-79 – 1, Jack McDowell. 2, Donald Blackmon.

Discus


W 55-59 – 1, Mattie Madison, 26.

W 60-64 – 1, Elaine League, 43-6. 2, Martha Williams, 26-3. 3, Barbara Varnadore, 22-2.

W 65-69 – 1, Mary Bright, 20-4. 2, Frances Harris, 8-9.

W 70-74 – 1, Betty Rhoden, 31-8. 2, Doris Banks, 27-6. 3, Mary Andrews, 15-8.

W 85-89 – 1, Matilda Freeland, 19-7. 2, Rosetta Mason, 18-7.

M 50-54 – 1, Floyd Hatcher, 90-0.

M 55-59 – 1, David Hunnicutt, 80-7. 2, Bob Rockwell, 58-0.

M 60-64 – 1, Vinod Patel, 73-7. 2, Tommy Henderson, 59-4.

M 65-69 – 1, Ken Frazier, 76-7. 2, Carey Miller, 66-0. 3, Arthur Lamb, 60-6.

M 70-74 – 1, Jerry Barton, 88-1. 2, Jock Gervais, 67-4. 3, Darlo Daly, 58-2.

M 75-79 – 1, Donald Blackmon, 42-2.

M 80-84 – 1, James Cogburn, 54-3.

Frisbee Golf

W 55-59 – 1, Mattie Madison, 41.

W 60-64 – 1, Martha Williams, 47. 2, Elizabeth Ferguson, 48. 3, Barbara Varnadore, 55.

W 65-69 – 1, Frances Harris, 54. 2, Mary Bright, 57.

W 70-74 – 1, Beuna Gambrell, 44. 2, Doris Banks, 44. 3, Greatha Clement, 51.

W 75-79 – 1, Essie Curry, 49. 2, Marion DiBona, 55. 3, Sophie Kelly, 56.

W 80-84 – 1, Viola Madison, 57. 2, Dorothy Morgan, 57. 3, Ann Rotella, 59.

W 85-89 – 1, Sis Bierman, 57. 2, Matilda Freeland, 58.

W 90-and-over – 1, Elizabeth Burt, 49.

M 60-64 – 1, Tommy Henderson, 42. 2, Irvin Gibert, 54.

M 65-69 – 1, Ray White, 43. 2, Leroy Chrisley, 45.

M 70-74 – 1, Jim Bleakley, 41. 2, Bobby Baker, 44. 3, Darlo Daly, 45.

M 75-79 – 1, Donald Blackmon, 47.

Swimming


100-yard medley

M 70-74 – 1, Bobby Baker, 2:55.12.

50-yard freestyle

W 50-54 – 1, Ann Moore, 56.97.

W 60-64 – 1, Elaine League, 57.84.

W 75-79 – 1, Marion Clark, 2:10.10.

M 70-74 – 1, Bobby Baker, 1:03.45.

200-yard backstroke

W 50-54 – 1, Ann Moore, 5:35.08.

W 60-64 – 1, Elaine League, 5:37.48.

M 70-74 – 1, Bobby Baker, 6:42.68.

50-yard backstroke

W 50-54 – 1, Ann Moore. 1:48.13.

W 60-64 – 1, Elaine League, 1:16.75.

W 75-79 – 1, Marion Clark, 1:21.46.

M 70-74 – 1, Bobby Baker, 1:27.69.

100-yard freestyle

W 50-54 – 1, Ann Moore, 3:28.56.

W 60-64 – 1, Elaine League, 3:24.65.

M 70-74 – 1, Bobby Baker, 2:13.13.

100-yard breaststroke

W 50-54 – 1, Ann Moore, 2:35.28.

W 60-64 – 1, Elaine League, 2:42.38.

M 70-74 – 1, Bobby Baker, 3:00.

50-yard breaststroke

W 50-54 – 1, Ann Moore, 1:09.56.

W 60-64 – 1, Elaine League, 1:14.59.

100-yard breakstroke

W 50-54 – 1, Ann Moore, 2:35.04.

W 60-64 – 1, Elaine League, 2:50.16.

200-yard freestyle

W 50-54 – 1, Ann Moore, 4:54.53.

W 60-64 – 1, Elaine League, 4:26.23.

M 70-74 – 1, Bobby Baker, 5:23.56.

3-on-3 Basketball

M 50-54 – 1, Rudy Dendy, George Drennon, Robert Fuller, Floyd Neyman. 2, Jimmy Padgett, Ted Hinzman, Bill Womble, Billy Nicholson, Charlie Sacoco. 3, Bob Bentley, Isaac Shaffer, Tim Woolston, Bill Wilson.

M 55-59 – 1, Ken Frazier, Marcus Fisher, Charlie Short, David Hunnicutt.

M 60-64 – 1, Bobby Baker, Charlie Tanner, John Snowden, George Brown, Ed Krajack, Dave Neilson.

Thursday, Sept. 4

Savannah Lakes Village

Shuffleboard

W 60-64 – 1, Barbara Varnadore. 2, Mary Barr. 3, Janette Blackmon.

W 65-69 – 1, Ceferina Hess.

W 70-74 – 1, Norma Woods. 2, Betty Meekins. 3, Doris Banks.

W 75-79 – 1, Dot Morrison. 2, Dot Elliott. 3, Sophie Kelly.

W 80-84 – 1, Ann Rotella.

W 85-89 – 1, Matilda Freeland. 2, Sis Bierman.

W 90-and-over – 1, Ola Ouzts.

M 60-64 – 1, Tommy Henderson.

M 65-69 – 1, Leroy Chrisley. 2, Phillip McLaughlin.

M 70-74 – 1, John Taylor. 2, Jock Gervais. 3, Jim Bleakley.

M 75-79 – 1, Jack McDowell. 2, Donald Blackmon. 3, John Harris.

M 80-84 – 1, George Bolin.

M 85-89 – 1, Jeb Stewart.

Table Tennis

W 60-64 – 1, Janette Blackmon. 2, Barbara Varnadore.

W 65-69 – 1, Ceferina Hess.

W 70-74 – 1, Betty Meekins. 2, Norma Woods.

M 55-59 – 1, Gene Thompson. 2, Bob Rockwell. 3, Steven Wynn.

M 65-69 – 1, Ray White.

M 70-74 – 1, Bobby Baker. 2, Dennis Flaherty. 3, John Taylor.

M 75-79 – 1, Harley Adamson. 2. Donald Blackmon. 3, Jack McDowell.

Putt Putt

W 60-64 – 1, Elizabeth McLaughlin, 51. 2, Mary Bleakley, 58. 3, Mary Barr, 61.

W 70-74 – 1, Doris Banks, 50. 2, Betty Meekins, 66.

W 75-79 – 1, Ann DiDiego, 45. 2, Marion Clark, 53. 3, Marion DiBona, 59.

W 80-84 – 1, Frances Bolin, 49. 2, Ann Rotella, 65.

W 85-89 – 1, Sis Bierman, 59.

M 55-59 – 1, Gene Thompson, 47. 2, Bob Rockwell, 49.

M 60-64 – 1, Tommy Henderson, 46. 2, Irvin Gibert, 48.

M 65-69 – 1, Leroy Chrisley, 42. 2, Paul Hale, 49. 3, Ray White, 49.

M 70-74 – 1, Jim Bleakley, 38. 2, William Banks, 45. 3, Bobby Baker, 46.

M 75-79 – 1, Jack McDowell, 46. 2, Donald Blackmon, 55.

M 80-84 – 1, George Bolin, 57.

M 85-89 – 1, Jeb Stewart, 54.

One-Mile Bike Race

W 60-64 – 1, Sandra Mahoney, 9:21.26.

M 55-59 – 1, Steven Wynn, 2:32.65.

M 60-64 – 1, Martin Rogers, 2:34.76. 2, Travis Hollingsworth, 3:16.64.

M 65-69 – 1, Hugh Mahoney, 4:11.64.

M 70-74 – 1, Willie Christopher, 3:33.25.

M 75-79 – 1, Donald Blackmon, 4:50.64.

10-K Bike Race

W 60-64 – 1, Sandra Mahoney, 21:57.06.

M 55-59 – 1, Steven Wynn, 8:09.23.

M 60-64 – 1, Martin Rogers, 8:37.18. 2, Travis Hollingsworth, 11:42.80.

M 65-69 – 1, Hugh Mahoney, 17:40.02.

M 70-74 – 1, Willie Christopher, 12:54.

M 75-79 – 1, Donald Blackmon, 16:01.33.

Croquet


W 60-64 – 1, Elizabeth McLaughlin, 43. 2, Janette Blackmon, 48. 3, Barbara Varnadore, 64.

W 70-74 – 1, Norma Woods, 37. 2, Betty Meekins, 42.

W 75-79 – 1, Marion Clark, 32. 2, Sophie Kelly, 45. 3, Ann DiDiego, 48.

W 80-84 – 1, Frances Bolin, 35.

W 85-89 – 1, Matilda Freeland, 42.

M 60-64 – 1, Tommy Henderson, 36.

M 70-74 – 1, Andrew Dywan, 27. 2, Bobby Baker, 29. 3, John Taylor, 39.

M 75-79 – 1, Donald Blackmon, 31. 2, John Harris, 36.


M 85-89 – 1, Jeb Stewart, 29.

Bocce Ball

W 70-74 – 1, Betty Meekins. 2, Norma Woods.

W 75-79 – 1, Ann DiDiego. 2, Marion DiBona. 3, Marion Clark.

W 80-84 – 1, Ann Rotella. 2, Nell Henderson. 3, Dorothy Morgan.

M 60-64 – 1, Tommy Henderson.

M 65-69 – 1, Leroy Chrisley.

M 70-74 – 1, Jock Gervais. 2, Bobby Baker. 3, William Banks.

M 75-79 – 1, Donald Blackmon. 2, John Harris.

Wednesday, Sept. 3

Bowling

Emerald Lanes



W 55-59 – 1, Connie Hinzman, 424. 2, Patricia Knight, 352.

W 60-64 – 1, Sharon Harris, 344. 2, Mary Barr, 343. 3, Elizabeth McLaughlin, 289.

W 65-69 – 1, Barbara Sibert, 552. 2, Harriet Collins, 467. 3, Shirley Sprowl, 423.

W 70-74 – 1, Janie Klugh, 440. 2, Doris Banks, 405. 3, Betty Meekins, 401.

W 75-79 – 1, Mary Gillespie, 458. 2, Marion DiBona, 424. 3, Christine Walker, 404.

W 80-84 – 1, Ann Rotella, 373. 2, Bernice Reasoner, 345. 3, Miriam Toomer, 289.

W 85-89 – 1, Ruby Karner, 328. 2, Sis Bierman, 315. 3, Ernestine Stewart, 302.

M 55-59 – 1, Ted Hinzman, 510.

M 60-64 – 1, Irvin Gibert, 438. 2, Larry Derrick, 429. 3, Tommy Henderson, 321.

M 65-69 – 1, Ray White, 561. 2, Paul Hale, 510. 3, Donald Sprouse, 476.

M 70-74 – 1, Harold Collins, 523. 2, Darlo Daly, 516. 3, William Banks, 452.

M 75-79 – 1, Benjamin Jackson, 580. 2, McKinley Goodwin, 524. 3, Oliver Thomas, 493.

M 80-84 – 1, Ben Morrow, 466. 2, Buddy Thompson, 458. 3, George Bolin, 389.

M 85-89 – 1, Jeb Stewart, 384. 2, Robert Reasoner, 338.

Tuesday, Sept. 2

Golf
Monticello Golf Club

W 50-54 – 1, Barb Schuster, 92. 2, Libby Smith, 104.

W 55-59 – 1, Deborrah Wilcox, 101.

W 60-64 – 1, Ruth Glasl, 107. 2, Nancy Vanwaldick, 118. 3, Margaret Gearhart, 125.

W 65-69 – 1, Pat McCutcheon, 87. 2, Karen Inglese, 95. 3, Allene Abrams, 95.

W 70-74 – 1, Alma Barnes, 93. 2, Mary Whitt, 98. 3, Betty Hart, 109.

M 50-54 – 1, John Crosby, 85. 2, Craig Clark, 85. 3, Gregg Rivers, 91.

M 55-59 – 1, Bill Newton, 79. 2, Mike Cain, 86. 3, Eddie Lloyd, 88.

M 60-64 – 1, Jack Cobb, 79. 2, Stan Norman, 79. 3, Ron Clark, 80.

M 65-69 – 1, Nolan McCutcheon, 79. 2, Ward Welch, 81. 3, Grover Cogswell, 81.

M 70-74 – 1, Sam Zittrouer, 77. 2, James Braswell, 80. 3, Joe Foster, 82.

M 75-79 – 1, Robert Case, 78. 2, Bill Hart, 87. 3, Bill Wedeking, 89.

M 80-84 – 1, Leonard Steed, 92. 2, Richard Davis, 94. 3, Ewart Lockyer, 95.

M 85-89 – 1, Jeb Stewart, 120.

M 90-94 – 1, Phil Bates, 118.



 

 

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