Piqua Country Club holds Member/Guest; Echo league play continues; Piqua girls basketball says thanks; Practice, mandatory meeting for Covington JH volleyball


The crowd gathers around the eighth green to watch the Member/Guest steeplechase recently.


The Piqua Country Club Member/Guest started with a steeplechase including the top five members and top five guests. Players with the highest score are eliminated each hole until a winner emerges. This year the winner was Chris Francis barely knocking out Tom Christy. Wesley Thieman (Chris Francis’s guest) hung in to place third behind Francis and Christy.

The first rounds began on a Friday but unfortunately due to rain only one round was played.

They were able to get in all but the last round on a Saturday and finished the shootout that evening. The shootout included the first place of each of the four flights, the team with the most points that did not win a flight, and the best of the worse. Bob and Mark Kinsella played hard to overcome Tom and Scott Christy in the shootout.

Teams included:

Flight 1

1. Chris Francis/Wesley Thieman

2. Scott Bradley/Dennis Bradley

3. Phil Kazer/ Scott Gabriel

4. Jeff Schaffner/Ryan Maier

5. Benny Scott/Chris Peck

6. Bob Kinsella/Mark Kinsella

Flight 2

1. Andy Arp/Roger Perin

2. Tom Christy/Scott Christy

3. Al Rister/Dave Owen

4. Damen Patel/Tony Peppy

5. Craig Seitz/Doug Hansen

6. Dave Hare/Tim Duer

Flight 3

1. Tim Quellhorst/Robert Jester

2. Randy Sever/Mike Bolen

3. Doug Borchers/Zach Borchers

4. Tom Rossman/Mark Lapikas

5. John Campbell/John Campbell Jr.

6. Zack Scott/Avery Pickrel

Flight 4

1. Chad Sherrill/Dave Deleat

2. Tyler Scott/Ian Smith

3. Denny Steinke/Duane Novotny

4. Greg Anderson/Vic Haddad

5. Zac Manson/Ben Ayers

Steeplechase participants were:

1. Andy Arp

2. Chris Francis

3. Chad Sherrill

4. Tom Christy

5. Scott Bradley

6. Scott Gabriel

7. Wesley Thieman

8. Mark Kinsella

9. Mike Bolen

10. Tim Duer

Steeplechase winners were:

1st Place – Chris Francis

2nd Place – Tom Christy

3rd Place – Wesley Thieman

Final Shootout included:

Flight 1 – Bob Kinsella/Mark Kinsella

Flight 2 – Tom Christy/Scott Christy

Flight 3 – Doug Borchers/Zach Borchers

Flight 4 – Chad Sherrill/Dave Deleat

Most pts – Tom Christy/Scott Christy

Wild Card – Craig Seitz/Doug Hansen

Shootout winners were:

1st Place – Bob Kinsella/Mark Kinsella

2nd Place – Tom Christy/Scott Christy

Erwin cards

34 at Echo

Brad Erwin was low gross with 34 in the Thursday Industrial League at Echo Hills.

Brian Deal and Jeff Jennings shared second with 36.

Tying for low net with 31 were Jeremy Davis, Creg Rietz, Luke Karn and Dave Barnhart.

STANDINGS

Paul Sherry Chrysler 59

Brownlee-Wray 54

Gisco 53

Tim Horton’s 50.5

A.R.M.S. inc. 49

Hemm’s Glass 46.5

Jennings Construction 45

Erwin Distributing 42.5

Classic Concrete 37.5

Koverman Staley Dickerson 33.5

Atlantis Sportswear 33

Winsupply of Piqua 22

Robbins cards

35 at Echo Hills

Brian Robbins was low gross with 35 in the Wednesday Industrial League at Echo Hills.

Brian Deal and Taylor Baumeister tied for second with 39.

Joe Thoma and Eric Lavey shared low net with 29.

Mitch Cox and Scott Fries tied for third with 33.

STANDINGS

Mulligan’s Pub 68.5

Dr. Steve Koon Optometrist 64.5

3 Bros & the “Law” 63

Joe Thoma Jewelers 59.5

OddBody’s 59

Unity National Bank 47

Smitty’s Bike Shop 44

Long Shots 43

Patriot Fence 38

Francis Office Supply 33.5

Williams cards

49 at Echo Hills

Judy Williams was low gross with 49 in the Tuesday Ladies League at Echo Hills.

Cindy Pearson was second with 50.

Amy Burns was low net with 34 and Renie Huffman was second with 35.

Tying for low putts with 16 were Rosalie Snipes Kathie Isenhouer Linda Willis

Piqua girls

give thanks

Piqua Girls Basketball would like to thank all the sponsors and contributors for their donations to our golf outing. They included:

Unity Bank, Leg Up Sales, Harper Street Partners, Scott Family McDonalds, Koverman, Remax, Lumpkins, 36 Skate Club, Dr. Berger, Morris Funeral Home, Buffalo Wings and Rings, Tim Horton’s, Sure Lock Home Inspection, Rebecca Veverka of Irongate Realtors, George Brading Scholarship, Miami Valley Steel, Lillicrap Timber and Mulch, East of Chicago, Polysource, A.M Leonard, Auto Spa, Oakview, Laura Hornish Attorney at Law, Hemms Glass, Barclay’s Clothing Store, Can’t Stop Running, Elliott Land and Hardscaping, GeNells, Midwest Maintenance, Atlantis, Sherry, Chrysler, Dodge, Inc., Chip Hare, Total Communication Group, and Loyal and Lindsey Davis.

Covington JH

starts practice

Covington junior high volleyball practice begins on Aug. 1 in the old high school gym from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Please arrive at 4 p.m. to turn in physical, emergency medical, and concussion forms. All forms must be filled out completely and signed by a parent before a player can participate in practice.

These forms can be picked up in the Board of Education office.

Also, there is a mandatory parent meeting, Aug. 1 beginning at 6:30 pm in the high school commons.

All parents and players are required by the Ohio Department of Health and Education to watch a video on Sudden Cardiac Arrest/Lindsay’s Law. A form must be signed after it is viewed in order for the player to be eligible to participate in a scrimmage and matches.

Email Coach Cain if you have any questions at cainm@covingtonk12.org

The crowd gathers around the eighth green to watch the Member/Guest steeplechase recently.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/07/web1_PCC-Hill-Member-Guest-2017.jpgThe crowd gathers around the eighth green to watch the Member/Guest steeplechase recently.