+ Lakewood Ranch
Rob Jordan, Roger Osterling, Bob Mollicone and Gerald Wingrove shot 58 to win the Lakewood Ranch three-ball men’s event Sept. 1 on Cypress Links.
Dennis Aster, Ted Wolfe, John DiGirolano and Bill Jones scored 121 to win the two best balls of four-net men’s event Sept. 5 on Cypress Links.
Karla Reens, Tracey-Lee Windgrove, Marilyn Popp and Linda Vedane scored 107 to win the 2-1-2 on 6-6-6 ladies event Sept. 11 on King’s Dunes.
Shirley Barra, Anne Pistilli and Carol Orr finished -9 to win the two best balls front, one best ball back WGA event Sept. 11.
Dave Jones, Ray Crucet and Gene Platten finished -4.44 to win the scramble MGA event Sept. 12 on the Champions Course.
Richard Wujek, Philip Weihrauch and Rick Hughes finished -4 to win the two best balls of four, one best ball gross and one best ball net MGA event Sept. 12.
Nancy Kovalchik shot 33 to win the individual low net WGA event Sept. 13 on the Champions Course.
Olga Tefft and Ann Marie Henry shot 67 to win Flight 1 of the WGA two-person scramble event Sept. 18. Nancy Kovalchik and Nancy Hunt shot 64 to win Flight 2.
Frank Darling, Ray Crucet, Porfirio Arias and Marv Rosenstein finished -1.75 to win the scramble MGA event Sept. 19.
Mark Kail, Rick Hughes, Philip Weihrauch and James Weber finished -23 to win the three best balls odd, two best balls even MGA event Sept. 19.
Barbara Robinson, Marge Jones and Mary Wood finished +5 to win the niner in the box event Sept. 20.
Ellen Hawley, Bill Wolfinger and Ray Lucas shot 36 to win the Friday night mixer event Sept. 21 on the front nine of the Lakes Course.
Linda Jones and Jane Dain both shot 65 to tie for first place in Flight 1 of the better ball of two event Sept. 6. Diane Weissenberg shot 66 to win Flight 2.
Dee Donegan shot 78 to win first place in the gross portion of Flight 1 of the individual gross, individual net low gross, low net event Sept. 13. Joyce Matthews shot 71 to win the net portion of Flight 1. Barb Sodini shot 100 to win the gross portion of Flight 2. Diane Weissenberg shot 71 to win the net portion of Flight 2.
John and Melanie Mihocik and Don and Allison Lewis scored 55.8 to win Flight 1 of the Step-A-Side Scramble Labor Day event Sept. 3. Cindy Ferguson, Donna Bowdoin and Jason and Shawn Staph scored 56.5 to win Flight 2. A.C. and Mickey Boughton and Herb and Joyce Furman scored 57.5 to win Flight 3.
+ University Park
The teams of Beckie Suverkrup, Jean Blazey, Elaine Kulbanko and proxy P. Miller and Nancy Kopnisky, Maria VanBrunt, Debbie VanBrunt and Katy Arrillaga both scored 63 to tie for first place in the one best ball of four LGA event Sept. 11.
Bernie Needell, Joe Brazzamano, Al Cianfarani and Tony Pugliese scored 124 to win the two best balls of four MGA event Sept. 12.
Elaine Kulbako, Sue Cianfarani, Susie Melum and Jean Blazey shot 59 to win the one best ball of four LGA event Sept. 18.
Harry See, John Haddock, Jim Nellis and Joe Brazzamano shot 84 to win the 1-2-1 on 6-6-6 MGA event Sept. 19.
Lynne Marlow, Lila Cooper, Alynna Fricke and Barb Inbody scored 26 to win the one best ball of four nine-hole LGA event Sept. 20.
Jim Soda, Ian Cutmore, Craig Delfabro and Matthew Arcari shot 59 to win the fourth annual Neal Communities Golf Scramble for Gullett Elementary Sept. 22. Mell Williams, Kevin Brown, Bill Oberacker and Joe Hoagland shot 59 for second place, and Ken Wahlers, Ben Pugleise, Mike Wilson and Mike Moser finished third. Elaine Lucadano and Joe Hoagland won the longest drive competitions, and Michelle Pryor and Chris McKenna won the closest-to-the-pin competitions.
Ken and Janis Bumgarner shot 61 to win the two-person scramble event Sept. 3.
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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.