SPORTS

Two teams undefeated at Valley View

Staff Writer
Geneseo Republic

Not all the sandbagging was going on at the Mississippi River last week.

Some of it was in the Men’s League at Valley View near Cambridge, where Skello’s netted a 130 to defeat De­Groot’s by three strokes on Tuesday, June 17.

Shooting a net 30, Stan Nelson was the head bagger.

Other action in the eighth week of play saw Dick Broderson shooting a net 30 to lead Rathjen’s to a 139-147 win over Robbie’s.

Pat Welch’s net 32 drove Blade Trucking to a 135-145 victory over Johnson Construction.

On Wednesday night, June 18, Hepner Insurance cut Little John’s down to size with a 135-152 win. Paul Hammett led Hepner’s with a net 30.

Don Hulin’s net 35 helped Darling International slide past Highland Pack 153-158.

The Faculty edged out Gold Star FS 144-146 thanks to Dan Galle’s net 31.

Orion Tool and Die stamped out a win over short-handed Cambridge Commodities 141-161. Bill Lang shot a net 33 to lead Orion.

A sizzling net 26 from A.J. Palmer helped Cambridge Pattern cancel out Bell

Insurance 135-149.

Hard-hitting Harry Robinson’s net 31 led Phillips to a 137-144 victory over Durick’s Radio Shack.

Two teams remain undefeated with six weeks left in the regular season. Phillips and Skello’s lead their divisions with 8-0 records.

The Faculty (4-4) and Cambridge Pattern (5-3) are the other division leaders.

Teams still hoping to make the postseason are Hepner Insurance (6-2), Durick’s (5-3) and DeGroot’s, Little John’s, Rathjen’s and Blade Trucking (all 4-4).

Valley View hosted 21 four-man teams for the Luck of the Draw tournament on Sunday, June 22.

Only six strokes separated first from sixth place.

Luke Ward, Blinky Johnson, Tom Crosby and Greg Yarger carded 190 for first place.

Marty Morey, Vic Dzekunsas, Bob Drescher and Swede Nelson placed second with 192.

In third with 194 were Ernie Gerlach, Hammett, Duane Dawson and George Bockhouse.

Three teams tied for fourth.