The Piqua City Golf Championship will be played July 7-8.
The opening round will be played at Echo Hills, with the final round played at Piqua Country Club.
The format will be flighted stroke play.
Entry fee is $40 and can be paid at either Echo Hills or Piqua Country Club.
34 at Echo
Zach Yinger was low gross with 34 in the Thursday Industrial League at Echo Hills.
Jeff Jennings was second with 36 and Ryan Pearson was third with 37.
Ron Pearson was low net with 30.
Scott Erwin was second with 31, while Dave Selsor and Luke Karn tied for third with 32.
Hank’s Place 40.5
Jennings Construction 39.5
Hemm’s Glass 39
Erwin Distriburing 37
Winsupply of Piqua 35.5
Classic Concrete 33
A.R.M.S. Inc. 30
Atlantis Sportswear 29.5
Koverman Staley Dickerson 28.5
Paul Sherry Chrysler 28
38 at Echo
Don Larger was low gross in the Wednesday Industrial League at Echo Hills Wednesday with a 38.
Jay Dee Denson was second with 39, while Brad Erwin and Phil Goedde tied for third with 41.
Jeff Shroyer was low net with 32.
Jeff Heath and Skip Murray tied for second with 33.
Mulligan’s Pub 50
Paul Sherry Chrysler 41.5
Unity National Bank 40.5
Murray Properties 39
Patriot Fence 37.5
Joe Thoma Jewelers 36.5
Francis Office Supply 33
3 Bros and the “law” 32.5
Long Shots 27.5
Smitty’s Bike Shop 22
43 at Echo
Judy Williams and Kathie Isenhouer tied for low gross with 43 in regular nine-hole play in the Ladies League Tuesday at Echo Hills.
Karen Nickol was low net with 30, while Cindy Pearson was second with 35.
Jean Heath was low putts with 15.
Marty Hemm and Delma Grissom tied for second with 18.
37 at PCC
Rudy and Rhonda Keister won the Couples Sunset — Nine Wine and Dine alternate shot competition at Piqua Country Club with a 37.
Kelly and Ale Hostetter were second with 43, while Jim and Cheryl Burkhardt finished second with 44.
Jim Burkhardt had the long putt on two and Joe Hinds had the long putt on eight.
tie SCC 6-6
In their opening PGA Junior League att Piqua Country Club, the PCC team tied Ípringfield Country Club with six flags each.
All the children had a wonderful time full of high-fives and smiles.