The team of Lucian DiNapoli and Mike Fisher currently lead the Tuesday 2-Man Golf League at Cable Hollow Golf Course with 151 points. Roger VanEvery II and Gregg Kolstee are second with 148.5 points and Steve Darling and Gary Darling are third with 147 points.
The week's low net round of 32 was shared by Terry Anderson, Kolstee and Bob Zurcher.
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The Cornerstone’s Kinzua Crush 16U softball team has played in five tournaments to date this season, earning first, second and third-place finishes during that time. The team’s most recent showing was a championship winning effort at the Ohio Blast Nationals tune-up event held in Youngstown, Ohio. The Crush were 6-0 at the tournament, outscoring their opposition 49-6. During the last two tournaments, the Crush are 12-2 and have outscored their opponents, 96-14. Next, the Crush will compete in the ASA Class ‘A’ Eastern National Championships scheduled for August 1-5 in York, Pa. Team members include, front row from left, Haylie Birt and Kennedy Walter. Middle row, Jenna Fellows, Abby Courtney, Emily Hair and Alexa Bupp. Back row, Meghan Loutzenhiser, Lauren Frazier, Taylor Mineweaser, Paige Wilson and Kaitlin Ishman.
The teams of Ryan Stanton and Denny Munksgard and Darrell Pusateri and Sam Pusateri share the top spot in the Fitch Disposal Scramble League at Cable Hollow Golf Course with 84 points. Troy Allen and Craig Stewart are second with 81 points and Justin Norris and Terry Moldovan are third with 79 points.
Darrell Pusateri and Sam Pusateri had this week's low net score of 31.
Dave Andersen and Tom Jones had the low net score of 33 in Kim's Kafe Scratch League play at Blueberry Hill Golf Club. Sam Marek and Rick Nowacki and Roy Swanson and Lee Cole shared second with a net score of 34 and Tim Swanson and Ken Sumner were third with a 35.
Pete Hofert had low gross of 38 and Stub Meabon, Paul McCluskey and Jim Dunn all shared low net of 33 in Youngsville Senior Golf League play Tuesday at Maplehurst Country Club.
Bob Anderson, Hofert and McCluskey all had birdies during play.