+ Lakewood Ranch
Mike Dennett, Jim Lapides, Vito Melfi and Edward Singleton shot 57 to win the Men’s Lakewood Ranch three-ball event on King’s Dunes May 23. Mark Thompson, Ken Miklos, Bob Rauscher and Dan Stewart shot 68 for second place and George Hagar, Bob Kloss, Van Johnson and Tom Leavey shot 77 for third place.
Rob and Betsy Jordan and Tom and Kathy McManus shot 118 to win first place overall in the two best balls of four net Nassau Memorial Day event on Cypress Links May 25. The teams of Brad Randall, Kelly Knatt and Joe and Donna Schnur and Jean and Barb Monet and Bob and Susan Mollicone both shot 119 for second and third place, respectively. George and Martha Piccirilli and George and Kari Hagar shot 59 to win first place in the front nine, while Dennis and Henny Dirks, Stephanie Busse and Mary Scharf shot 57 to win the back nine.
Ellie Toepfer shot 50 to win the low gross portion of the low gross/low net nine-hole event May 19. Mary Naylor shot 35 to win the low net portion.
Jane Dain shot 88 to win the low gross of Flight 1 in the low net/low gross 18-hole RLGA event May 21.
Barb Sodini shot 73 to win the low net of Flight 1. In Flight 2, Cynthia Wright shot 98 to win the low gross and Judy Sanford shot 72 to win the low net. In Flight 3, Linda Gawel shot 106 to win the low gross and Joanne Dicarlo shot 70 to win the low net.
The teams of Darcene Allison, Kevin Killoran and Toni and Richard Cicchetti and James Lamy, Carole Kakos and Judy and Bill Wellstead both shot 55 to tie for first place in Flight 1 of the net best ball of four Memorial Day couple’s event May 25. Tom and Nancy Kramlick and Joan and Stephen Shuster shot 51 to win Flight 2.
+ University Park
Lynn Deloe scored a 36 to win the Individual Stableford Ladies Golf Association event May 19. Jean Crouch scored 32 for second place followed by Elaine Kulbanko (30) and Jan Lambright (29).
Jim Toedter, Jim Marlow, Bob Greenburg and Hank Neuman shot 125 to win holes 1-10 of the 1-2-3 on 5-4-3 Men’s Golf Association event May 20. Harry Baker, Mike Krakow, Joe Helewicz and Jim Johnson shot 125 to win holes 10-19.
Jim and Nancy Kopinsky and Bob and Susie Melum shot a 27-under-par, 109 to win first place in the 1-2-3 on 5-4-3 Memorial Day Tournament May 25. Darrell and Joyce Roberts, Jake Jacobs and Dan Carter shot 110 for second place and Rory and Ane-Grethe Delaney, Ted Ellis and Candice Miller shot 111 for third place.
Pat Gripshover shot 18 to win the odd portion of the odds and evens nine-hole LGA event May 21. Terry Toedter shot 12 to win the even portion. Irene McNamara shot 19 for second place in the odd portion and Ann Nellis, Lila Cooper and Dottie Flattery each shot 13 to tie for second place in the even portion.
Ken Bumgarner, Ben Strader and John Herrison shot 55 to win the best ball of three Men’s Day event May 20.
The teams of Ron Shoner, Don McFadden and Linda Gratsch and Bill Gratsch, Marty Schuler, Susan Harrison and Janis Bumgarner both shot 61 to tie for first place in the scramble event of the Memorial Weekend Mixer May 24. Ira Porterfield, Karen Clark and Barbara Womack shot 63 for third place.
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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.