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Team HAHA Leads Race For Second In Golf League

With three weeks remaining in the season of the Men's Golf League at the St. Lawrence State Park the race for first place is all but decided with the Hammerhockies holding a 61.5-85 lead in the top spot.

But the runner-up derby is another matter entirely with three teams solidly in the mix. Team HAHA presently stands second with 85 points followed by Sholette's Liquor Store at 90.5 and Team VanHouse at 91.

Team HAHA (Pete Amo 48, Jack Amo 46, Gabe Halpin 43, Bob Halpin 52) and Solid Gold Dancers (Andy Testani 38, Ken Calton 42, Tom Pinkerton 44, Brian Sweeney 43) shared weekly honors with -14 rounds and the Hammerhockies and Sholette's shared third place at -11.

Individual honors were shared by Jamie Alonzo, Jayden Kench and Ken Calton at 37.

Shotmaking honors went to Derek VanHouse who eagled the par five 16th hole and Testani captained the Birdie Brigade with birdies on the 13th and 18th holes.

Standings: Hammerhockies 61.5, Team HAHA 85, Sholette's Liquor Store 90.5, Team VanHouse 91, Howland Pump 98.5, Gary & Aileen's 103.5, Solid Gold Dancers 106.5, Frary's Funeral Home 110.5, The Place 116.5, HillBillies118, Phoenix on Bay 123, Taint Dusters 143.5.

Week's Results: Team HAHA -14 (1.5), Solid Gold Dancers -14 (1.5), Hammerhockies -11 (3.5), Sholette's Liquor Store -11 (3.5), HillBillies -9 (6), Team VanHouse -9 (6), Gary & Aileen's -8 (8), Phoenix on Bay -6 (9), Howland Pump -5 (10), Frary's Funeral Home even (11), Taint Dusters +11 (12).

Under 40 Club: Derek VanHouse 38, Jamie Alonzo 37, Jayden Kench 37, Andy Testani 38, Brian Sweeney 39, Ken Calton 37, Art Sciorra 39.

Eagle Elite: Derek VanHouse 16.

Birdie Brigade: Kevin Kendall 11, Greg Sholette 15, Art Sciorra 16, Tom Pinkerton 13, Dick Moore 14, Ken Calton 11, Tom Hannan 16, Chris Guimond 18, Andy Testani 13-18, Jim Rogers 16.


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