Thomas Skoda, Gary Anderson, Jere Marciniak and Bob Segal scored 149 to win the team stableford points Men’s event April 28 on King’s Dunes.
Pat Poirier, Therese Poulos, Linda Miller and Joy Murtha shot 122 to win Flight 1 of the two best balls of four WGA event April 27. Barb Christensen, Shirley Lewis and Joan Greene shot 123 to win Flight 2.
Ron Hurley, William Christensen, Todd Hallinger and Rick Troiano shot 122 to win Flight 1 of the two best balls of four MGA event April 28. Henry Trifiletti, Choc Silverstein and Howard Pollock shot 120 to win Flight 2.
Audrey Graber, Dot Best, Harriett Arnold and Betty Faulds shot 64 to win the two best balls of four WGA event April 29.
George March used his 6-iron to record an ace May 1 on the 157-yard No. 15 of the Lakes.
Andy Stack and John Izzo finished +5 to win the two-man quota points MGA event April 28. Steve Gilchrist and Bob Brenner finished +4 for second place.
Gordon Didio, Bill Waters and Jerry Mandell scored 126 to win the two best balls of four MGA event April 28. Richard Albrecht, Peter Woggens, Bill Sackville and Richard Gardner scored 125 for second place.
Marcia Pylott, Tonya Spires, Deme Kevis and Ella Mill shot 19 to win the two best balls, odd holes nine-hole event April 29.
Arlene Casey, Elaine Drewviak and Elena Hickman shot 46 to win the scramble nine-hole event April 29.
Kurt Steinmann used his Cobra/Baffler No. 4 to record an ace April 28 on the 165-yard No. 16 of University Park Country Club.
Bruce Strongman, Larry Sullivan, Mike Jowett and Bob Honor scored 108 to win holes 1-18 of the 1,2,3 on 5,4,3 MGA event April 28. John Wagner, KD Lee, Fred Hunt and Ralph Jerue scored 109 to win holes 10-27.
Don McFadden, Alvin Goldstein and Dan Gunderson scored 159 to win the team net stableford points Men’s Day event April 28.
Brian and Mary Hansen and Tommy and Patti Piazza scored 121 to win the two best balls of four mixed event May 2.
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The Tabernacle Christian School middle school student Lauren Medred, an East County resident, earned top vocal honors, taking first place in vocal solo female category of the Florida League of Christian School’s Festival of the Academics and Arts Feb. 28 and March 1 at Southeastern University in Lakeland.
Manatee County schools dominated a state technology competition with five of six top-three finishes earned by Manatee County schools during the 35th annual Technology Student Association State Competition late February.