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Hammerhockies, Phoenix Share Men's Golf League honors

As daylight dwindles so does the Men's Golf League season at the St. Lawrence State Park.

With two weeks remaining in the season the Hammerhockies continue to rack up first place finishes and shared the best score of week 17 at -15 with Phoenix on the Bay.

The Hammerhockies effort featured Art Sciorra 40, George Silver42, Norm Garrelts 41 and Jim Chadwick 42 and Phoenix on the Bay countered with Andy Manke 49, Jamie Alonzo 36, Dave Rishe 52 and Gary Seymour 39.

Alonzo and Derek VanHouse shared medalist honors with rounds of 36 and Alonzo with birdies on 4 and 5 and VanHouse with birdies on 1-5 co-captained the Birdie Brigade.

Birdie Brigade: Jamie Alonzo 4-5, Greg Sholette 5, Derek VanHouse 1-5, Greg Guimond 4, Norm Garrelts 9, Mike Tooley 7, Gary Seymour 9, Jim Rogers 8, Chris Guimond 5, Ken Calton 1, Nate Osgood 1.

Under 40 Club: Derek VanHouse 36, Jamie Alonzo 36, Gary Seymour 39, Geg Guimond 39, Nate Osgood 38, Ken Calton 39, Jim Rogers 37, Brek Murray 38.

Standings: Hammerhockies 63, Team HAHA 89, Team VanHouse 95, Sholette's Liquor Store 98.5, Howland Pump 102.5, Gary & Aileen's 113.5, Solid Gold Dancers 116.5, Frary's Funeral Home 117, The Place 123, Phoenix on Bay 124.5, HillBillies 128, Taint Dusters 155.5.

Week 17 Finish: Hammerhockies -15 (1.5), Phoenix on Bay -15 (1.5), Howland Pump -13 (4), Team HAHA -13 (4), HillBillies -11 (5.5), Frary's Funeral Home -11 (6.5), Sholette's Liquor Store -6 (8), Solid Gold Dancers -5 (10), The Place -5 (10), Gary &Aileen's-5 (10), Taint Dusters +7 (12).


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