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Llewellyn Wins Playoff For Sea Trail Women's Title
Joan Llewellyn edged Pat Reid in
a sudden-death playoff to win the
championship flight in the Sea Trail
iuidies Golf Association's club
championship last week.
A playoff was used to determine
the winner in four of the six flights
in the second annual championship
held Wednesday and Thursday on
the Jones course at Sea Trail.
A field of 45 women competed in
five flights and played 18 holes each
day. There also was a nine-hole divi
sion in which golfers played a total
of 18 holes over the two days.
In the championship flight.
Llewellyn and Rcid each finished
regulation with scores of 176. Llew
ellyn won the playoff to repeat as
champion, and Reid repeated as run
Jackie Dent took top honors in the
first flight with a two-day total of
179. She was followed by Robin
Walters with ! 84.
Jill Wilson defeated Marti Tittle
in a sudden-death playoff to capturc
first place in the sccond flight. Both
women finished with 36-hole totals
Irene Jones led the way in the
third flight with a score of 212.
Dorothy Cambria finished four shots
back in second place.
The fourth flight also was decided
in a playoff with Marge Gallop tak
ing first place and Nin Consalvi sec
ond. Both women had scores of 215.
In the nine-hole division. Marie
Blanda gut past Flo Ruff in a playoff
to earn top honors. Both women had
scores of 122 for 18 holes.
Carding birdies were Eva Baham
(2). Jackie Dent. Birgit Carpenter.
Betty Geesey, Carolyn Combs. Ann
Holman. Phyllis Manfred. Jan Kick
and Carole Patridge.
The team of Jim Bryant. Norm
Soucic. Alice Micali and Dcdc Ha
venga shot 33 to win the nine-hole
mixed scramble last Wednesday at
Bob Sterner. Ann Causer. Irene
Bryant and Kay Altwein shot 34 and
tied for sccond place with the four
some of Bob Allwein. Roy
llavenga. Lois Martocci and June
Ed Jackson. Joe Bruzzi. Harry
Russell and a blind draw ;hot 199 to
win the Calabash Veterans Golf
Association tournament hist Friday
at Brick Landing Plantation.
Teams counted the three low net
scores on each hole. Finishing sec
ond with a score of 205 was the
foursome of Dick Smith. Wall Ix-e.
Bill Scip and Lou Sommcrs.
Bob Christian. Jack Bowes. Bob
HerTC and George Trenchard placed
third with 207.
The Calabash Veterans will play
this Friday at Ocean Isle Beach Golf
Course. Show time is 7 a m
Brick Landing Women
Millie Thomas and Ruth Gardner
finished at plus 1 IK to win the Brick
landing Women's Golf Association
shootout last week.
Betty Bonniol and Ursula
Styczynski placed sccond with plus
754, and Bonnie Giehl and Lorainc
Babcock finished third with plus 4.
Giehl made birdie at the 14th hole.
Doris Dunfee and Ethel Brown
combined for a round of 55 and
first-place finish in the A Flight of
last Tuesday's Brierwood Ladies
Golf Association tournament.
Runncrs-up in the best ball of
twosome event were Peg Sawyer
and Lois Beato with 60. Joanna
Lang and Catherine Clemmons
placed third with 61. Lang had low
putts with 27.
In the B Flight, Heler.c Baker and
Pierrette Tompkins led the way with
a round of SI.
Joan Cowic and Ginny Campbell
were second with 57. and Ruth
Under and Marge Harper took third
with 58. Baker and Betty Macrkcr
tied for low putts with 29 apiece
Emily Laughlin and Alice Micali
shot 59 to win the C Flight.
Finishing two shots was the team of
Rita Dugan and Wyarian Taylor.
June Cleasbv and Margaret Pingo
placed third with 62. Micali had low
putts with 30.
D Flight winners were Barbara
Baxter and Elizabeth Carter with 54.
Second place went to May Robert
son and Martha Wareheim with 56.
Firing 58 and placing third were
Toni Kobos and Virginia Gibson.
Robertson had low putts with 31.
Dunfec chipped in for birdie at
the 14th hole and birdicd the sixth.
Also carding birdies were Lang at
the second hole and Robertson at the
Reporting chip-ins were Clem
mons at the third hole. Robertson at
the fourth. Dugan at the seventh.
Jean Lacerenza and Ginny Anzclonc
at the ninth and Alice Struck at the
Sea Trail Men
The team of Ron Roepcl. Doug
Mchne. Jim Fernald and John
Stokes shot 1 28 to win the Sea Trail
Men's Golf Association tournament
last Tuesday on the Maples course.
Benefit Tournaments Set Next Three Weekends
Four captain's choice golf tourna
ments benefiting various local caus
es are planned over the next three
weekends, starting Saturday with a
fund-raiser for the West Brunswsck
High School field house.
The Rotary Club of South Bruns
wick Islands will host its seventh an
nual tournament June 1 1 . The South
Brunswick Islands Home Builders
Association and Brunswick County
Literacy Council plan tournaments
Proceeds from this Saturday's
tournament at Brick Landing Plant
ation will be used to build the Edgar
B. Harris Field House adjacent to
West Brunswick's Rourk Stadium.
The S100.000 facility that will in
clude dressing rooms for West's var
sity and junior varsity football
teams, a room for the visiting team,
public restrooms, concession sund
and ticket booth.
The West Brunswick High School
Athletic Boor.:;: C!ub is sponsoring
the tournament, which is scheduled
In or f nnH*?rwnv wifh ? ?vhofi?nn ^tart
at 9 a.m. A chicken bog lunch will
be served following play, around
The entry fee is $50 per person or
$200 per team. For more informa
tion, call Don Evans at 754-4325,
David Batten at N42-9663 or Brick
landing Plantation at 754-5545.
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Lockwood Golf [.inks will host
the Rotary Club of South Brunswick
Islands Seventh Annua! Golf Tourn
ament next Saturday. June 11.
Proceeds will benefit various
Rotary charities including the
Brunswick County Literacy Coun
cil, Waccamaw Boys and Girls
Home. Hope Harbor Home and lo
cal rescue squads.
The entry fee of $50 per person
includes green and cart fees, prizes,
food and refreshments after play. A
shotgun start is planned for 10 a.m.
For information, call Lockwood
Golf Links at 842-5666. Allen
Bellamy at 754-4371 or any other
Rotary club member.
Home Builders Tourney
Brunswick County Habitat For
Humanity will be the beneficiary of
the fourth annual South Brunswick
Islands Home Builders Association
tournament on Saturday. June 18.
An 8 a.m. shotgun start is planned
at Sea Trail Plantation's Byrd
course. The entry fee is $200 per
four-person team, and a buffet lunch
is included. The tournament will
feature closest-to-the-pin and long
drive contests. There will be a grand
prize drawing for a set of PING golf
clubs. Hole-in-one prizes will in
clude S 10.000 cash, a seven-day
Caribbean cruise, a set of RAM ZX
golf clubs and two round tickets
For information, call Roy Hunter
at 754-8844 or Corby Tew at 579
Literacy Council Tourney
Carolina Shores Golf & Country
Club at Calabash will be the site for
the fourth annual Brunswick County
Literacy Council tournament Satur
day. June IX.
The entry fee is S35 per player,
and the tournament will get under
way with an 8 a.m. shotgun start.
Men's, women's and mixed teams
arc welcome to participate.
Tiicic wiii be a drawing tor two
round-trip American Airlines/Amer
ican Eagle tickets to anywhere in the
continental United States.
Proceeds from the tournament
will be used to help provide free
one-on-one tutoring for Brunswick
County residents who want to im
prove their reading and writing
For more information, call the lit
eracy council office at 754-7323 or
Sandy Howard at 579-4087.
Fishing Trips Set
For Local Seniors
The Brunswick County Parks and
Recreation Department will be
sponsoring two senior citizen fishing
trips this month.
The half-day trips arc planned
Thursday. June 16, and Friday, June
24, aboard the Mega Rite.
Fishermen will leave Captain
Pete's Seafood at Holden Beach at 1
p.m. and return around 9 p.m.
For more information, call Tina
fntchara at the parks and recreation
department, 253-4357 or 1 -800-222
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Finishing one stroke hack in sec
ond place were Ron Often. Rd Rye,
Dick Worley and Dick Billiar.
Third place went to the team of
Dick Matheny, Willie Criswell, Joe
Carpinello and Bill Zanzalari with a
score of 1 30.
Ray Washam. Pete Crockett, Ted
Conboy and Bob Pearce look fourth
Roger Long. Bud Tunt, Bill
Burkart and Norm Belak shot 135
and tied for fifth with Cliff
Errickson. Ed Stcpanovich, John
Lawrenson and a blind draw.
Closest-to-the-pin winners were
Washam at the third hole. Tunt at the
fifth. Bob Gallick at the 11th and
Stepanovich at the lHth.
Carol Soucie posted a net score of
11.65 to win the Brierwood Ninettes
tournament last Friday.
Golfers counted scores on their
best five holes. Runners-up were
Ann Poison with 12.79 and Kay
Allwcin with 13.94.
Judy Durham had low putts with
13. Poison was second with 14 and
Dedc Havcnga finished third with
1 7 putts.
Making pars were Kathy Stoll and
Poison at the third hole, Soucie at
the fifth and seventh and Allwcin at
Golfers dropped scofts on iHcir
two worst holes on the front nine
and back nine in the Ruth's Rene
gades tournament last Thursday.
Top finishers at Bay Tree includ
ed Jamie Hoskinson with net 51.5,
Eveiyn Fitzgerald witn 34 and Mary
Elliott with 55.
At Brierwood. Evelyn Wuthrich
led the way with net 43. Runners-up
were Lois Hargreaves with 60.5 and
Arlene Singleton with 62.5.
Making chip-ins at Bay Tree's
gold course wen.* Laura Kaliwoda at
the second hol<- Anna Clul* at Ihc
eighth and Mary Quintan at the
ninth. Singleton chipped in at
Brierwood s 12th hole.
Jim Crosby. John Cowie. Bob
Sterner and Norm Soucie had 34
points to win the Brierwood Men's
Golf Association tournament last
Teams were awarded five points
for net double eagle, two for eagle
and one for birdie. No points were
given for a score of par or worse.
Finishing second with 32 points
was the foursome of Don Redding.
Al Butler. Jerry Wolff and Bill
On May 23, the Brierwood men
competed in a two best net ball tour
nament. The team of Crosby, Bob
Wareheim. Ted Narazinski and Paul
Keeley led the way with an 18-un
der-par score of 126.
Dave Harper, Hal Schuler and
Gene Cordisco shot 1 28 and tied for
second place with Charlie Stransky,
Dick Owens and Wolff. Both teams
used a blind draw for their fourth
Plan Car Wash
The Brunswick County Youth
Wrestling League will hold a car
wash at the Shallottc Wal-Mart on
Saturday. June 11. from 9 a.m. until
Proceeds will be used to help
fund a iiip io Columbia, miss., for
local wrestler Billy Joe Noble.
Noble, an eighth-grader at Shal
lottc Middle School, recently won
his weight class at the North Caro
lina Greco-Roman Wrestling Cham
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