Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Tennis, golf champions take center stage

At The Valley Club


The Valley Club held end-of-season golf and tennis championship tournaments last week.

Tennis finals

In exciting tennis competition, Reamy Goodwin and Maria Parkhill defended their titles as club singles champions—Goodwin winning for a fourth straight year.

Goodwin defeated John Miller 6-2, 6-1 in the men's final. Parkhill was victorious over former champion Kris Miller in the women's finale.

In men's doubles, Goodwin teamed up with Rob McGowan to take a closely fought finale 6-3, 6-4 over Jamie Everitt and John Miller.

Suzanne Williams and Leigh Everitt won the women's doubles championship for the third time, defeating Chelle Gourlay and Barbara Figge in the final.

Mixed doubles winners were Rob McGowan and Maria Parkhill 6-2, 6-1 over John and Kris Miller.

Junior winners at the club were Chase Hutchinson, Roger Figge, Daniel Begovich, Taylor Figge and Victoria Wood.

Senior golf

Larry Lloyd and Sue Woodyard captured Senior Club Championship titles after 36 holes of stroke play Thursday and Friday, Sept. 20-21.

Men's Division 1 (ages 55-65)—Gross: 1—Larry Lloyd 160. 2—Bob Campbell 167. 3—Fred Filoon. Net: 1—Ron Fields 148. 2 (tie)—Mitch August and Tullio Celano 149.

Men's Division 2—Gross: 1 (tie)—David Cropper and Dick Shelton 163. 3—Bill Swaney 170. Net: 1—John Haskell 144. 2 (tie)—John Leonardo and Buzz Griffin 147.

Men's Super Senior Division (ages 70-and-over)—Gross: 1—Jerry Boas 161. 2—Phil Fast 166. 3—Dick Porter 176. 4—Rod LeMense 178. Net: 1—Jack Hoffman 139. 2—Bill Hill 143. 3—Ed Karner 145. 4—Jerry Mells 148.

Women's Senior Club Championship Regular Division—Gross: 1—Sue Woodyard 165. 2—Marilyn Celano 166. Net: 1—Patti Harris 144. 2—Linda Cropper 145.

Women's Super Senior Division—Gross: 1—Barbara Tollerup 210. Net: 1—Jane Hansen 162.




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