Golf Roundup/Notices

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The Meadows

Pins & Skins Game

Skins won (gross): Dana Crocker Hole #3; Skins won (net): Fred Wingate Hole #7; Closest to the pin, hole #3: Dana Crocker 16’ 4”, Judy Edgecomb 22’; Closest to the pin, hole #7: Bob Field 15’ 4”, Gene Reny 18’1”

Thursday Couples League

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1st Gross: Bob Field & Dawn Gates, Jeff & Diane Freeman; 1st Net: Kevin & Veronica Babcock, Dennis & Donna Carney; Pins, Hole 7: Diane Freeman 19 3 ½”, Jr. Magno 25’ 4”

MSGA at Purpoodock Club

Overall – Low Gross: Dave O’Brien 77; Low Net: John Shaw 64; Class AAA(80+)- Gross: Len Taylor 80, Cedric Porter 88, Guy Vigue 89, Net: Hank Hancock 73, Dick Foley 76, Gene Higby 77, Class AA(75-79)- Gross: Jack Sutton 83, John Palmer 85, Net: Barry Gibbons 68, Tony Mancini 69, Hall Thompson 69, Al MacVicar 70, Class A(70-74)- Gross: Bob Greenlaw 82, Bruce Cargill 83, Net: Tim Politis 65, Bob Harris 67, Bruce Livingston 68, Class B(65-69)- Gross: Paul Connolly 78, Arnie Clark 80, Net: Rick Rand 67, Mike Ryan 69, Jim Weaver 69, Ted Caouette 70, Ed Anderson 70, Bob Martel 70, Scott Ramsay 70, Class C(55-64)- Gross: Jim Wescott 78, Steve Goble 79, Gerry Haynes 79, Net: John Buckless 69, Chris Pope 72, Frank Bathe 73, Four Ball – Gross: Phil Latini – Ken Seehusen – Dave Day – Jim Wescott 68, Joe Desautel – Ted Caouette – Bruce Livingston – Paul Connolly 69, Net: John Gerber – Tony Mancini – Al Widor – Arnie Clark 59, Sam Parkhill – Irv Meeker – Guy Vigue – Mike Caron 59,

Pine Acres

Monday Morning Senior League

1st flight -Dick Caron-Robert Allen-Polley Parker-Julie Durland 2nd flght – Dick Asselin-Jeannette Cote-Dick Ricker- joyce Richmond.3td flight – Jose Leiva-Lynn Polley-Irene Asselin-Richard Beaulieu. ice cream Norm Polley-Don Doyon -Carolynn Robertson-Jerry Stiffler.closest to pin winners Bill Higgings -10 ft. 4 in. and Irene Asselin 14ft. 8 in. two 50/50 winners Jean Cote and Irene Asselin.

Hole in one

Moe Gilbert recorded a hole in one on Aug. 8 on 212-yard, No. 8 hole using a driver. The shot was witnessed by Dick Babb and Jerry Laplante.

Maine Chapter NEPGA

Waterville Pro Am at Waterville

Team-(2 Best Ball of 4) 1G + 1N

1st-Jim Fairbanks (Dunegrass)-Tad Woolsey-Bourke O’brien-Steven Thomas 124; 2nd-Jay Durfee (Harmon Club)-Bruce Forsley-Matt Cassaro-David Miller 126; 3rd-Jason Hurd (Augusta CC)-Mark Plummer-Charlie Shuman-Steve Shuman 127; 3rd-Sean Barrett (Falmouth CC)-Patrick Bucklin-Joe Pilsbury-Brad Libby 127; 5th-Leon Oliver (Bath CC)-Malcolm Oliver-Tom Maines-Mike McGuire 128; 6th -Scott Mayer (Nonesuch)-Mark McKinnis-Mike Fortin-Dan Veilleux 129; 6th -Matt Loubier (Waterville)-Jim Cosgrove-Jack Goggin-Tom Palmer 129

Low Pro

1st-Jim Fairbanks (Dunegrass) 66, 2nd-Don Roberts (Waterville) 68. 2nd -Sean Barrett (Falmouth) 68. 4th-Bob Darling (Fox Ridge) 69, 5th-John Hickson (Sebasco Harbor) 71, 5th-Matt Loubier (Waterville) 71, 5th-Bob Mathews (Rockland) 71

Pro-Pro Blind Draw

1st-Jim Fairbanks-Jason Hurd 64, 2nd-Don Roberts-Peter Matthews 64, 3rd-sean Barrett-Eric Morris 65

Senior Quota

1st-Jim Fairbanks, 2nd-Don Roberts, 3rd-Bob Darling

Apple Valley

Ladies Golf League

Game of the Day

Blind 6: A- Doris Martin (29), B- Jill Longstaff (33), A Net: Cindy Halliday (27), B Gross: Jackie Goulet (48), B Net: Jill Longstaff (26), Fewest Putts: Jeanne Read (13), Winner: 50/50- Ethel Landry

Turner Highlands

Saturday & Sunday Men’s Two Man Best Ball

1st Place: Rick Schrepper & Ryan Marston at -26; 3 Teams Were tied for 2nd at -21; Alex Cutter & Dave Sargent, Harry Haylock & Evan Bourassa, George Chiasson & Matthew Chiasson.

Tuesday Men’s League

Flight 1

Low Gross: Tim Doyle Jr. (37);  Low Net: Harry Haylock (31.5); Closest To Pin hole # 15 Tim Doyle JR (4ft. 10in.)

Flight 2

Low Gross: Keith Gunning (39); Low Net: John Brown (32); Closest To the Pin # 4 Steve Davis (7ft. 4 in.); Closest to the Pin 2nd shot # 3 Maurice Moreau (6 ft 6 inches)

Senior League Results

First Place: Bill Timberlake & Fred Leadbetter +6; Second Place: Richard Beaudette & Kevin Mower +5; Closest to the Pin Hole # 15 Bill Timberlake (1ft. ); Closest To Pin 2nd shot Hole # 9 Norm St. Pierre (2ft. 5inches)

MSGA at Penobscot Valley

INDIVIDUAL GROSS – INDIVIDUAL: Jack Wyman 67/66, Casey Catell 70/71, Luke Ruffing 70/72, Jason Harvey 71/71, Len Cole 71/71, INDIVIDUAL NET – INDIVIDUAL: Tom Cyr 73/64, Ben Estabrook 71/67, Brian Lee 78/67, Heath Cowan 72/67, INDIVIDUAL GROSS – SUPER SENIOR: John Kimball 76/65, Ricky Plummer 81/71, Tim Estabrook 82/73, INDIVIDUAL NET – SUPER SENIOR: Ray Roux 82/69, Robert Mathieu 99/69, Rodney Brown 85/70, TEAM GROSS: Len Cole, Casey Catell, Jason Harvey, Douglas Dwyer, 61 / 61; Peter Wright, Jack Wyman, Lance Bernier, 62 / 61; TEAM NET: Dustin Freeman, Greg Callahan, Bob Langlois, Luke Ruffing, 62 / 58; John Kimball, Dave Barber, Brian Lee, 70 / 59; Mike Dubois, Mike Brissette, Darren Nelson, Bill Oxley, 69 / 59; Chris Taylor, Jayson Adams, Ben Estabrook, Tim Estabrook, 65 / 59; Vic Gaudreau, Jack Kivus, John Ober, Robert Mathieu, 80 / 59; Paul Connolly, Bill Adamson, Michael Fitton, 77 / 59; Michael Harnden, Jim Wight Jr, Tom Cyr, Bruce Pelletier, 72 / 59; FRIDAY SKINS: , Net # 1 – Robert Mathieu 2, Gross # 2 – John Kimball 3, Gross # 3 – Jason Harvey 3, Gross # 4 – Jack Wyman 2, Net # 5 – Robert Mathieu 2, Net # 11 – Tim Estabrook 2, Net # 12 – Robert Mathieu 2, Gross # 13 – Mike Dubois 3, Net # 17 – Vic Gaudreau 2, SATURDAY SKINS: Gross # 2 – Don Flanagan 3, Gross # 4 – Tom Cyr 2, Gross # 5 – David Verrier 3, Gross # 6 – David Dunham 2, Gross # 7 – Jeff Teunisen 3, Net # 12 – Bob Boulier 2, Net # 13 – Michael Harnden 2, Net # 16 – Jeff Dyer 1, CLOSEST TO THE PIN: # 4 – Charlie Swett 4-5, # 6 – Len Cole 11-0, # 14 – Casey Catell 4-4, # 16 – Like Ruffing 18-4, CLOSEST TO THE PIN: # 4 – Tom Cyr 3-9, # 6 – Linzy Norris 20-1, # 14 – Mike Harnden 14-1, # 16 – Ralph Mooers 3-5,

Poland Spring

Point Quota

Rick Meagher +9, Tom Schultz +8, Gordon Ross +5, Duane Ross +2, Larry Patten +2; Closest to Pin #6:+ Gordon Ross 8’11”;

Better Ball of Two

Ed Piirainen – Peter Leighton 67 Gross; Allen Gendreau – Steve Piper 56 Net; Denis Bouttenot – Ed Piirainen 57 Net; Jerry Legere – Ed Piirainen 60 Net; Closest to Pin #13: Steve Piper 7’2”, Rafael Barajas 14’1”

Individual Gross and Net

Plus Blind Partner Aggregate Net

Individual

Larry Ross 71 Gross, Raf Barajas 71 Gross, Roger Charpentier 61 Net, Lisa Laliberte 62 Net

Blind Partner

Jill Ross & Roger Charpentier 126 Net, Michalle Bates & Steve Roy 131 Net, Jim Bowden & Ray Theriault 131 Net; CLOSEST TO PIN #6: Jill Ross 2’11”

Springbrook

Senior League Point Quota

+12 John Hodgkins; +12 Joe Mertzel; +9 Larry Langelier

Men’s Twilight

1 net: 26 Mike Burian, Pete Provencher; 2 net: 28 Brian Henderson Bob Sinclair; 1 gross: 36 Brad Pattershall; Ray Fletcher; Tie: 36 Brandon Marcotte, Matt Howard; 36 Ray Convery, Joe Pietroski; 36 Jay Hopkins, Ralp Webster; Pins: #2 Pete Provencher 10’2″; #8 Bill Crane 9’4″

ABCD Best 1 of 4 and Skins and Pins

1 net: 54 Debbi Murphy, Joe Mertzel, Bob Cochran; 2 net: 55 Scott Bubier, Rachel Newman, Jay Levasseur, Darin Hodgkins; 2 net: 55 Tom Tiner, Mike Goulet, Ray Provencher, Jim Fennessy; 1 gross: Dave Kus, Gerry Laroche, Jim Murphy, Sid Cohen; 2 gross: 69 Brian Henderson, Mark Susi, Rick Shea, Tom Wylie; Pins: #2 Gerry Laroche 9’3″; #8 Joe Pietroski 11’3″; #13 Rick Shea 7’9″; #15 Scott Bubier 5’2″; Skins: Gross: #1 Rick St. Laurent, #8 Joe Pietroski, #12 Brian Henderson, #14 Dave Morin, #17 Bert Convery, #18 Jim Murphy; Net: #1 Rick St. Laurent, #4 Darin Hodgkins, #14 Dave Morin, #18 Jim Murphy.

6-6-6 and Pins and Skins

1 net: 73-51 Don Flanagan, Trevor Flanagan; 2 net: 72-52 Dave St. Andre, Gaeton Bolduc; 3 net: 82-54 Ray Fletcher, Rich Howard; 4 net: 74-55 Joe Pietroski, Tyler Tyburski; 5 net: 73-56 Gerry Laroche, Rick Carleton; 5 net: 73-56 Joe Mertzel, Matt Beckim; 5 net: 75-56 Steve Dyer, Joe Mertzel; 5 net: 77-56 Scott Eldridge, Steve Greenlaw; 1 gross: 66 Bill Crane, Ray Convery, 2 gross: 70 Mark Kent, Sid Cohen, 3 gross: 71 Mark Susi, Fred Warner; 3 gross: 71 Bob Kent, Jeff Kent; Pins: #2 Ron Leeman 13’2″; #8 Sid Cohen 5’6″; #13 Rick Shea 3’9″; #15 Joe Pietroski 12’11”; Skins, gross: #1 S. Cohen/M. Kent; #11 D. Flanagan/T. Flanagan; #15 J. Pietroski/T. Tyburski; Net: J. Pietroski/T. Tyburski.

Mixed 2 Person Points and Pins

1 Net: +12 Ashley Golden, Ron Leeman; Tie: +1`2 Rita Howard, Rich Howard; 1 gross: -13 Rachel Newman, Don Rahmlow; Pins: #2 Rachel Newman 5’1″; #15 Ron Leeman 112″

Martindale

Red Sox vs. Yankees Golf Challenge

Gross Score 1. Joe Baker, 63 Dave Whitman, 2. Andrew Dingley 65 Dan Dipompo; 3. Andrew Slattery 65 Kyle Gilman; Net: score 1. Bill Gates 60 Seth Wilson (*By Match of Cards – Eagle 18th); 2. Scott Laberge 60 Loren Cayer (*Birdie on 18th); 3. Todd Therrien 60 Mike Thibeault (*Birdie on 17th); Men’s Long Drive (Under 65) Chris Boucher; Men’s Long Drive (Over 65) Everett Horrocks; Women’s Long Drive Pin#4 Jeff Darling 4’5″; Pin #9 Joe Bedard 2’1″; Pin #11 Scott Laberge 6′; Pin #17 Jessie St. Laurent 2′

Prospect Hill

Senior Golf League

1st Place Teams – Bill Mousseau, Joe Landry, Roger Begin, Carleton Green — 6; 2nd Place Teams – Jim Ouellette, Don Poulin, George O’Connell, Alex Turcotte — 5; 3rd Place Teams – Roger Dupre, Herb Wyman, Joe Morin, Ray Morin – 4; 4th Place Teams – Gerry Picard, Dick Asselin, Mike Fortier, Marcel Morin – 4; Closest to the pin # 3 – George O’Connell 15’ 1”

Ladies League

The Ladies League invited the Men of Prospect Hill to join them in a nine-hole scramble:

1st Place – 34 – Lin Mathieu, Gerry Landry, Anne Dumont and Louis Dumont; 2nd Place – 34 – Jean Blanchette, Pauline Couture, Ron Bilodeau, Joe McGovern; 3rd Place – 35 – Maureen Spencer, Gene Reny, Mike Ryerson, Ron Saborin. CLOSEST TO THE PIN: Women 1st – Wanda Brown 3’ 6”; 2nd – Kim Coombs – 4’ 9”; CLOSEST TO THE PIN: Men 1st – Ron Bilodeau 7’ 8”; 2nd – Joe McGovern 12’ 7”; 50/50 Winners : Jean Blanchette and Fern Cloutier.

Paris Hill

On Monday, Aug. 17,  another hole-in-one was recorded by Brian Treadwell on the sixth hole using a pitching wedge. The shot was witnessed by playing partners Brad Payne and Francis Kiesman.
 
Notices

Certified Basketball Official

Central Maine Board #20 is offering basketball a five-week rules course for people interested in becoming a certified basketball official. The class meets at 6 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning Sept. 29 at UMF Education Center, Room 107.; The cost is $60. For more information contact TJ Halliday @ 522-2029 or e-mail at tj.halliday@mainegeneral.org.

Farmington Rec Dept. instructional soccer

FARMINGTON — The Farmington Rec Department instructional soccer program, directed by Jaycee Jenckes, gets underway starting Sept. 13.

The program will be split into two divisions. Division I consists of first, second, and third graders, while Division II is fourth, fifth, and sixth grades.

Registration is Aug. 31 through Sept. 10 at the Farmington Community Center, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. The registration fee includes a team jersey.

Registration is $25 for Farmington residents and $35 for non-residents. Registrations will not be taken over the phone and a $5 late fee will be added after the registration period. Payment is due at the time of registration.

FMI, call the Farmington Rec Department at 778-3464 or visit them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/farmingtonrec/

Bridgton Hospital Golf Tournament

Player registrations and sponsorships are now being accepted for the Bridgton Hospital 25th Anniversary Golf Tournament on Wednesday, Sept. 2nd at 8:30 a.m. at Bridgton Highlands Country Club. This long-standing tournament will benefit the Bridgton Hospital Emergency Department Renovation Project.

Players will experience a new tournament structure complete with bag valet service, breakfast, barbecue lunch and hors d’oeuvres, along with high-quality player favors and more.

The Bridgton Hospital Emergency Department is planning an expansion of the waiting room to allow for greater accessibility and comfort in the waiting area for the roughly 14,000 patients served annually in the emergency department with particular attention to wheelchair bound patients. The Bridgton Hospital Golf Tournament will help raise funds to assist in this major renovation project.

To register, sponsor or for more information about the event or Bridgton Hospital, please contact the Development Office at 207 647-6055 or email bridgtonhospitalgiving@cmhc.org.

UMF  longtime soccer coach Leib to be honored

The University of Maine at Farmington cordially invites the public to a daytime field dedication and an evening celebration in honor of longtime UMF and community soccer coach Robert Leib on Saturday, Sept. 5.

The University and UMF Athletics will dedicate the soccer field at Prescott Field to Coach Leibat 1 p.m., between soccer alumni games. Stewart Durrell and Seth Woodcock, former UMF athletes and co-chairs of the Campaign for Leib Field, will speak at the dedication ceremony.

In addition, a festive celebration of Leib’s career, including sentiments from former players and a video tribute, will take place at 7 p.m., in North Dining Hall in the Olsen Student Center. Both events are free and open to the public with the request that individuals interested in attending either event contact Lisa Gallant, at lisagall@maine.edu or 207-778-7090 or RSVP on the UMF Athletics website at www.goUMFbeavers.com.

Leib coached UMF men’s soccer from 1977 to 2001 and UMF women’s soccer from 1996 to 2007. The men’s soccer teams tallied a program-best 15 wins in 1982 and again in 1996. The 1986 men’s soccer team and the 2002 women’s soccer team both advanced to the NAIA National Tournament. In 2007 in his final season coaching women’s soccer, UMF went undefeated through North Atlantic Conference play with a 9-0-1 mark.

Farmington Rec Dept. soccer sessions

FARMINGTON — There will be a series of soccer sessions in September put on by the Farmington Rec Department. The Lil’ Kickers club offers parents the opportunity to spend quality time with their3  and 4 year olds while learning about soccer. Children will be guided through age appropriate soccer exercises.

The Skills and Drills sessions are at 9 a.m. on Saturdays starting Sept. 12 and continuing through Oct. 10. A Medal Madness session takes place Saturday, Oct. 17 at 9 a.m.

The registration period is Aug. 31 through Sept. 10 at the Farmington Community Center, Monday through Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. The registration fee is $25 for in-town residents and $35 for non-residents and includes a program T-shirt.

Payment is due at the time of registration. Registrations will not be taken over the phone. A $5 late fee will be added after the registration period.

The Kickers Club, directed by Nicole Pires, offers kindergarten students the chance to learn soccer skills. The Skills and Drills sessions will take place on Sundays at 2:30 p.m. starting Sept. 13, and concluding with Medal Madness on Oct. 18.

Registration is Aug. 31 through Sept. 10 at the Farmington Community Center, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. The registration fee includes a team jersey.

The cost is $25 for Farmington residents and $35 for non-residents. Payment is due at the time of registration. Registrations will not be taken over the phone, and a $5 late fee will be added after the registration period.

The sessions are not RSU 9-sponsored activities. FMI: call 778-3464 or visit the Farmington Rec Department on Facebook at www.facebook.com/farmingtonrec/

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