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Wednesday, July 7, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, PinePress, Record, Reporter ...... C G, HIGH OUNT] [. @ GOLF RESULTS George Friedrichs Tournament Again the tournament was a huge success. Both the Chimney Fund and Chester High School Sports, this year the ski and snow hoard team, will each receive over $2000. I want to thank all the green and tee-box sponsors, all the players and those who donat- ed to the event -- you are the people who make the dona- tions to the charities happen. We had no hole in one shots, ($15,000 prize, sponsored by Rouland Insurance and Arlie Holland of Coldwell Banker Real Estate) but lots of win- ners. Men's distance - Dutch Hol- land Men's Accuracy - George Friedrichs Women's distance - Jo Knud- sen Women's Accuracy - Julie Azevedo First Place team: Lou John- son, Karen Treanor, Gina Taylor, Terese Russell Second Place: Nick Belkofer, Sharyn Belkofer, Carla Vanena, Steven Vanella Third Place, Bob Johnson, Dutch Holland, Jim Treanor, Bob Russell Foui'th Place: George Friedrichs, Dan Dunkly, Jeff Pelletier, Russ Powers Fifth Place: Linda Allen, Mike Allen, Mark Allen, John Morarity. Whitehawk Ranch ladies The Whitehawk Ranch la- dy golfers were quite busy last Tuesday with a fun play day, their summer board meeting and a barbeque lunch on the deck following golf. There was a progressive golf game played that day... one net ball counting the first six holes, then two net balls the second six hole and thcn three net balls on the final six holes. The first place team includ- ed Laurie McKenzie, Patsy Purvis, Mary Schell and Pamela Burke who lead her team to victory with an amazing low net of 62! Aaron Baker of Lake Almanor West Golf Course guides participants at the seventh annual George Friedrichs memorial golf tournament Saturday, June 26. The event was a fundraiser for the Chimney Fund and Chester High School sports. Second place went to the team of Cynthia Faulk, Diane Romig, Della Miller and Pat- ty McNamara. The first round of match play is about to finish for the Whitchawk ladies with two matches needing to be played within the month of July. LACC Women's Golf Summer finally arrived and a full field of 46 ladies roughed it out in the swelter- ing heat to play in the last game for the month of June. Criss Cross was the game and the following women came out on top in three flights. In the first flight, Mary Craig came in first place and Dana Seandel was second. There was a 4-way tie for third place among Kathy Chuchel, Darlene Donaldson, Shirley Freeman, and Lee Hunter. In the second flight, Jan Stillwell came in first place, and Joyanne Soderholm and :': :' PLUMAS PINES GOLF RESORT TWlLITE SPECIAL 2:00 pm $45 Monday-Friday Includes cart Mention this ad For Tee Times & Information: 530-836-1420 402 Poplar Valley Road Graeagle, California Martha Vlahos tied for sec- ond. Third place went to Bar- bara Marquardt, and Jill Dal- ton and Carolyn Soper tied for fourth Newcomer Joan D'Angelo came in first place in the third flight, Joan Johnson and Donna Fields tied for sec- ond, and Collette Prentke took third place. Congratulations go out to Mary Craig and Carolyn Sop- er for their birdies on #8 and to Joyanne Soderholm, Angle Gamble, Shirley Freeman, Joan Johnson, and Madeleine Protsman for their chip-ins. Mt. Huff Warm, but a good day for golfi The Mr. Huff Wednesday morning scramble was well attended. Two teams tied for first place: Barbara Quam, Bob McElman, John Hackett and Dick Olson, and the team of Jerry Quam, Dick Grace and Mike Ingle. Second place also ended in a tie: Mike Kearns, Gary Hughes and Ralph Cote and the team of Loren Lindner, Mike Chelotti and Lou Ann Charbonnier. Barbara Quam and Mike Ingles took the chip-in com- petition and Barbara Quam also scored closest to the pin. Great g ol_fl. Lake Almanor West Three foursomes played low net and putts. First flight winners were Kathi Shennan, first place and Jo Knudsen, second place. Second flight winners were Karen DeMoe in first place and Faunie Menke in second place. Third flight winners were Judy Cooper, first place and Shirley Friedrichs, second place. : .,, Grizzly Ranch Golf Club LIMITED PUBLIC G 00cRaAI f: tHie00tim00e PLAY Please Call s: 530.832.4200 Four birdies were made. Pins went to Faunie Menke, Judy Cooper, Karen DeMoe and Jo Knudsen whose birdie was made with chip-in. Karen DeM[pe also had a chip-in. Way to go ladies! Graeagle Meadows Women's GoLf This week the Graeagle Meadows Women's Golf Club played the game "T" and "F". Members counted their score on all holes that started with the letters "T" and "F". Half of the member's handi- cap was deducted to deter- mine the game score. In the first flight the win- ner for low gross score was Cathy Churchill. The first place winner for low net score was Lorraine Cornish. Coming in second was Sharon Rogers with Susie Wiese taking third place. Cheryl Brennan had the best low gross score in the second flight. Winning first place for low net was Lois Childress with Esther Rim- bault taking second. Third place was won by Maureen Ford. To have your golf club in- cluded in the weekly results, email the information to sports@plumasnews.com or fax it to 283-3952 by Friday at 3p.m.