+ Lakewood Ranch
Nick Costides, Don Phillips, Mike Marcus and Leo Tedesco shot 101 to win the 2-1-2 on 6-6-6 event on King’s Dunes May 27. Jack Jimmink, Jim Lapides and Edward Singleton shot 103 for second place and Ray Saint, Wayne Howard, Tom Meyers and Rick Shaw shot 104 for third place.
Bob Mylott used his 9-iron to record an ace May 24 on the 131-yard No. 4 of King’s Dunes.
+ River Club
Hans Pressler and Gordon Harrison finished +10 for the Men’s Golf Association’s two-man quota points. Vern Hoyt and Gary Robson finished second at +8 and Steve Gilchrist and Dave finished third at +6.
Mary Naylor shot 30 to beat Golf Professional Steve Whidden in the Beat the Pro nine-hole event May 26. Rachel Willet finished in second place with a 34 and Judy Boehm and Jutta Tragnitz each shot 35 to tie for third place.
+ University Park
Sondra Ettlwoer, Jean Crouch, Nancy Kopinsky and Cathy Mantia shot 57 to win the best ball of four LGA event May 26.
Joe Donini, Jerry Snider, Greg Hatch and Art Whitson shot 128 to win the best ball gross, best ball net MGA event May 27. Jack Gripshover, Rod Romig, Jim Johnson and Tom Novasic shot 129 for second place.
Don Bornstein, Richard Haney and Hank Newman shot 116 to win the two net best ball of four MGA event May 27. The teams of Jerry Wexler, John Arimond, John Irons and Ralph Jerue and Jim Barnett, David Rossin, Brian Flynn and Jim Marlow each shot 119 to tie for second place.
Janet Turek used her Hybrid 3-wood Cobra to record an ace May 25 on the 133-yard No. 16 of University Park Golf and Country Club.
Janis Bumgarner, Becky Curtin, Judy Werner and Kim Hogan shot 88 to win the two best ball front, best ball back Ladies Day event May 26.
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2 2nd annual Glow Run
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
3 Super Hero 5k and Fun Run
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
17 Women on Wheels 100
Lakewood crowns students
Lakewood Ranch High School juniors Connor Jones and Kristen Mendez became school royalty March 31, after being named Mr. Mustang and Miss Lakewood Ranch.
MTI takes top awards
The Manatee Technical Institute Postsecondary Chapter of HOSA, formerly known as Health Occupations Students of America, dominated the Postsecondary-Collegiate Division at the HOSA State Leadership Conference April 3 through April 6, in Lake Buena Vista.
Schooled on Jazz
Students at Haile Middle School kept the audience’s toes tapping April 8, during the school’s Night of Jazz event.