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I, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Oct 17, 2001 3C More boys' results page 1C Whiteman, but Liberty sists from the Christian took the lead with forward position, goals on a penalty kick and a Miguel Jeffrey freekick. f'malgoal. Just before halftime, coed team Kendaal Strailey tied the good effort and game on an assist by Chris as the season King off a long pass from de- 'lets Strailey. fender Anthony Robbins. Quincy's game-winning '3, UIl m / goal came on a penalty kick 2 by King in the second half. game for "We effectively used the whole field in a strong team ning and se- day, Quincy effort," said Quincy coach an earlier loss at Piers Strailey. "The entire team did an outstanding job, in the first but Miguel Jefrey and Chris Dustin Groh King were especially effec- on an assist by Nelltive." ilig Chief 74. In fourth place were Bill Nelson and Wanda Widerik- annual Big Chief Golf sen. Lnaent for 2001 was Awards were presented by st. 7 at the Graeagle tournament chairman Russ Golf Course. Bowring at another great COuples tourna- dinner put on by food chair- scotch twosome man Jim Rogers. A total of 66 Gcee [le Meadows )ated. The Women's Golf Club was followed by Ghosts, goblins, pumpkins, at the Graea- treats and the trick was to -" grounds, find the bucket of"turds". All flight winners helped make the Graeagle and Edie Meadows Women's Golf a net score of 69. Club's annual "Tut'd Tourna- were Norm ment" a day of fun golf, great Gloria St. Get- appetizers and bar the grand net 74. In third finale of the 2001 golf season. Gerald Huff and They crowned Peggy Ke- at net 74. pler the "Turd Queen" and and Becky presented her with a lovely Were in fourth perpetual trophy. .'ore of 75. Mt. Huff Golf Club Second flight, thereThe club held a scramble tie for first on Oct. 10. The first place following teams team was captain Marilyn SCores of 72. They Johnson, with Ray Mathes, Peterson and Jerry Quam, Phil Rogers and Dick Piper Jim Stoeckel. Gibson; Russ In second place was cap- Myrene Lang; rain Barbara Quam, with Huff and Bill Merlin Allingham, Ted Mor- gan and Don Rhinehart. flight winners The third place team was lilger and Lois captain Yvonne Wright, with a net score of Ken Butterfield, Bob Orange : Snyder and Betty and Eleanor Stoeckel. for second place Don Rhinehart won the I