EAST GULL LAKE-Von Hanson's Meats secured the first-half championship thanks to a 24-20 victory Thursday, June 13, over Thelen Heating in the Cragun's Legacy Courses men's league.
Reichert Bus topped Sazama Family Chiropractic to park in second place. Big Wood finished third by just 0.5 points as it defeated fourth-place Randall State Bank 26.5-17.5.
Results from Jun 13
Von Hanson's Meats 24, Thelen Heating 20
Edward Jones 27.5, Nexthome Horizons 16.5
Big Wood 26.5, . Randall State Bank 17.5
Riverwood Bank 31, People's Security 13
State Farm Insurance 28, Hy-tec Construction 16
Giovanni's Frozen Pizza 23, Holden Electric 21
Reichert Bus 26, Sazama Family Chiro 18
The Tee Hive 30, CTC 14
Friends Of Tony 25, Shep's On 6th 19
Brainerd Eyecare Center 24, .925 Silver 20
US Bank 31.5, American National Bank 12.5
Mid-Minnesota FCU 23, Deerwood Bank 21
Team Legacy 29.5, Frandsen Bank 14.5
Von Hanson's Meats 220, Reichert Bus 207.5, Big Wood 205.5, Randall State Bank 205, State Farm Insurance 194.5, Riverwood Bank 189.5, The Tee Hive 189, Edward Jones 187.5, Holden Electric 186, .925 Silver 185.5, Thelen Heating 183.5, Team Legacy 182.5, Deerwood Bank 179, Brainerd Eyecare Center 179, Nexthome Horizons 178, Shep's on 6th 173.5, CTC 172.5, Giovanni's Frozen Pizza 169, American National Bank 166.5, US Bank 157.5, Mid-Minnesota FCU 157, Hy-Tec Construction 156, Sazama Family Chiro 153, Friends Of Tony 145.5, Frandsen Bank 126, People's Security 123.5
Closest to pin: Gary Lippo, Ausitn Wohlert
Longest putt: Tim Trott, Colin MacDonald
Low net: Jason Sourdiff -6, Craig Kochsiek -5, Jim Bender -5
Second flight: Ed Sandberg, John Ohlin, Adam Kalenberg
Low gross: Jayme Steele -2, Tim Trotte -2, Matt Ruis -2
Second flight: Jason Stawarski, Russ Dreyer, Joe Hanowski
Side game (net): David Winkelman -5, Josh Horvat -2
Side game (gross): Jason Savage +1, Peter Dahl +2
June 20 matchups
US Bank vs. Mid-Minnesota FCU, Von Hanson's Meats vs. American National Bank, Edward Jones vs. Deerwood Bank, Big Wood vs. Thelen Heating, People's Security vs. Nexthome Horizons, State Farm Insurance vs. Randall State Bank, Giovanni's Frozen Pizza vs. Riverwood Bank, Reichert Bus vs. Hy-Tec Construction, The Tee Hive vs. Holden Electric, Shep's on 6th vs. Sazama Family Chiro, .925 Silver vs. CTC, Friends Of Tony vs. Team Legacy, Brainerd Eyecare Center vs. Frandsen Bank
Breezy Point men
BREEZY POINT-The 3D's collected a 14-6 victory over Dockside Wednesday, June 12, to build a 4.5-point lead in the men's league standings at Breezy Point Resort.
Zeidler/Johnson is in second after topping Patriots 11.5-8.5.
B.A.S.H. is in third place after topping JJ's Pub 12.5-7.5.
Results from June 12:
Double Trouble 16.5, A+ Custom Builders 3.5
Old School 14, Breezy Outlaws 6
3 D's 14, Dockside 6
Billy's 1 14, Billy's 3 6
Anderson/Hartl 12.5, JJ's Pub 7.5
Mulligans 12.5, Hack Attack 7.5
Team Sasse 12.5, Billy's 4 7.5
Zeidler/Johnson 11.5, Patriots 8.5
3 D's 45.5, Zeidler/Johnson 41, B.A.S.H. 35.5, Double Trouble 35.5, Team Sasse 35, Hack Attack 34, Old School 33.5, Billy's 3 32.5, Billy's 4 31.5, Mulligans 30, Billy's 1 27, Patriots 24.5, Dockside 21.5, Breezy Outlaws 18.5, JJ's Pub 18, A+ Custom Builders 16.5
Longest putts: Mike Dowdall, Dick Williams, Gregg Johnson
Breezy Point women
BREEZY POINT-Connie Colon won the fairway and putts contest with 19 points followed by Patsy Leins in the Thursday, June 13, Breezy Point Resort women's league.
Connie Weber and Joi Brandt tied for third with 16 points followed by Janie Pommer with 14, Gloria Thomas and Sandy O'Day with 13 and Barb Owens with 12.
Verna Miller and Sylvia Schmitt tied at 11 points. Martha Polsfuss scored 10 and Dori Leininger collected nine.
PEQUOT LAKES-Paul Schmidt, Arlen Stensby, Bill Carlson and Bill Johander captured the team foursome event Tuesday, June 11, in the Whitefish Golf Club men's league.
Paul Kaufenberg, Al Falconer, Steve Holubar and James Devinck placed second. Bob Beatty, James Bydlon, William McKee and Frank Roedl placed third followed by Stephen Ogren, John Farrell, James McKeehen and Mike Carnahan.
Tom Baker and Mike Einan made the longest putts. Don Skalman, Jim Rauenhorst were closest to the pin.
PEQUOT LAKES-Barb Holubar's net 63 was the overall low net Wednesday, June 12, in the Whitefish Golf Club's women's 18-hole league.
Roxanne Thompson was second in the first flight with a 64. Debbie Enger captured the front nine low net and Cathy Munger was low on the back nine.
Cheryl Bontrager's 65 was low for the second flight followed by Connie Weber. Diane Giefer was low on the front nine and Kathy Coombs on the back nine.
Ginny Sitzer fired a net 67 to win the third flight and Judy Eastwood was second. Sandy Meyer posted the lowest net score on the front and Mary Kay Kendall was low on the back.
Teresa Nelson made two chip-in birdies. Enga Wodziak had one.
Other chip ins were made by Nancy Einan, Nancy Schmidt and Nancy McEnroe. Enger, Munger, Barb Hanson carded birdies. Holubar and Pat Kline each had two.
Jon Kearney, Mankato, aced the 100-yard eighth hole of the Dutch Legacy at Cragun's Legacy courses June 15, using a sand wedge.
June 21-Vern Wehage/Law Enforcement, Cuyuna Rolling Hills
June 21-Drive fore Cancer, Eagle's Landing Golf Club
June 21-Couples Date Night Surprise Format, Northwood Hills
June 22-TaylorMade Fitting Day, The Pines at Grand View Lodge
June 23-CocoLoco Cup, Whitefish Golf Club
June 23-Friends of Golf Course, Whitetail Run
June 23-24-Grand View Challenge 2-day Pro-Am, The Pines and Preserve at Grand View Lodge
June 24-Junior 3-person scramble, Madden's Pine Beach West
June 28-Brainerd Sports Boosters, Cragun's Legacy Courses
June 30-Red, White, Blue 1-man scramble, Cuyuna Rolling Hills