Dayton’s Janice Campbell knocked off two-time champion Lisa Stanley by four shots to win the 2015 Northern Nevada Women’s Amateur Championship last week at Thunder Canyon.
The win was Campbell’s second in the event. She shot a 1-over-par 145 and Stanley was second at 149. Tricia Rebuck won overall low net with a 133.
Former junior golf standout Michelle Duan won low gross first flight with a 151, while Chandeni Sendall won low net with a 140. Anita Kingswell won low gross in the second flight with a 159, while Elaine Walker won low net with a 136, three shots ahead of Shelley Kinerson. Kathy Cockerill won low gross for the third flight with a 163, while Tamara Kzloski won low net with a 138. Cindy Hall won low gross in the fourth flight with a 177 and Sheri Bradley was low net winner with a 140.
Patty Cooke won low gross in the fifth flight with a 195 and Beth Juri was low net winner with a 146. In flight six, Stevie Walton was low gross winner with a 207 and Karen Sullivan won low net with a 152.
Tsudas win mixed title
Glenn and Denice Tsuda shot a net 124 to win first place in Thunder Canyon’s mixed member-member tournament on June 28.
The format was a 9-hole cha-cha, a 9-hole reverse cha-cha and a 9-hole scramble.
Randy and Barbara Plymell were second at 125 followed by Steve and JoAnne McKnight and Bryan Sample and Shelley Kinerson.
Fuller, Sapien win at Silver Oak
Jim Fuller shot a net 58 and Jim Sapien shot a gross 65 to win titles at Silver Oak’s Presidents Cup last week.
Sapien was second in low net with a 60 followed by Ryan Balik, Jim Barth, Don Fox, Frank Maracich, Bill Prowse, James Shabi and Steven Sturm, all of whom finished with 61s. Jeff Cloutier and Kevin Johnson were next with 62s.
Fuller and Kevin Johnson tied for second low gross with 66s. Maracich and Charles Spencer tied for fourth with 71s. Dan Wilson was seventh with a 72, while Shabi and Jim Silsby tied for eighth with 73s.
Paul wins at Empire
Nick Paul shot a net 59 to win Flight A in the Empire Ranch Senior Men’s event on June 24. Charles Bell was second with a 63, while John Tierney shot 64 to finish third via a tie-breaker.
Fred Perdomo won Flight B with a 62, one shot better than Albert Gianotti and three better than David Albers. Bob Blom won Flight C with a 63, one shot better than Fred Blackburn and two better than Jim Green.
Junior camp at Eagle Valley
A three-day camp for junior golfers is set for July 7-9 at Eagle Valley.
The cost is $75. The Camp runs daily from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. If a family has more than one participant, the cost goes down to $55 for the second family member.
The camp is open to golfers 6 through 15. The fee includes the clinic, lunch beverages and 9-hole birdie ball.
For more information, call 887-2380.
Ponderosa Ridge Run set for Saturday
The 41st annual Ponderosa Ridge Run, a 9.5-mile trail race from Spooner Summit to Kingsbury, will be held on Saturday.
The race starts at 10 a.m. from the Spooner Summit Maintenance Station on Highway 50 and finishes at the end of Andria Drive off Kingsbury Grade.
The race tests participants with steep climbs — a rise of nearly 2,000 feet in the first 4-1/2 miles — toward the summit near Genoa Peak. The race has no aid stations available.
Rick Gentry set the course record of 1 hour, 1 minute and 23 seconds in 1986.
A $2 donation is asked from participants. Survivor ribbons and cold drinks will be provided. All sign-ups are taken at the start.
For more information, call Austin Angell at 530-541-5224.
Bighorns to host hoops camp
Girls and boys from third grade through high school will have an opportunity to participate in the NBA Development League Reno Bighorns’ inaugural youth summer basketball camp on July 27-30 at the Douglas County Community & Senior Center in Gardnerville.
The camp, which will be held from 9 a.m. to noon each day, is designed for girls and boys of all skill levels. The goal of the camp is to provide each camper with the fundamentals of basketball, including shooting, passing, ball handling, rebounding, defense and team play. The camp will offer skill development, individual instruction and games.
The cost is $100 and maximum number of students allowed will be 100.
Camp participants will receive a Bighorns T-shirt, two opening night tickets to watch the Bighorns, a certificate of participation and camp awards.
Bighorns head coach, Dave Arseneault, will lead the camp along with his assistant coaches. Campers should bring their own water bottle, snacks and wear basketball attire.
Registration form and waiver must be turned in with payment. To register, contact the Douglas County Parks and Recreation Department, visit www.dcprsports.com or call 775-782-5500.
Wildcats go 4-2 on weekend
The Nevada WildCats U-18 softball team went 4-2 in Sparks over the weekend in an ASA tournament at Golden Eagle Regional Park.
The WildCats beat the Nevada Comets, 6-4, and the Sparks Storm, 8-6, on Saturday. The locals lost 8-0 to SWAE. On Sunday, the WildCats beat NV Lightning 99, 6-3, and C-4 of Redding, 5-1, and then lost 9-3 to the Breeze.
Taylor Caulk and Bailey Henderson each went 6-for-12 in the tournament. Caulk also had seven RBI and Henderson scored eight runs.
Kaitlyn Jimmy and Kayla Buckmaster won games in the circle for the locals.
Rey wins at CVGC
Jesus Rey shot a net 67 to beat Bob Pemberton by one shot in Flight A the Carson Valley Golf Club recent stroke play tournament.
Dennis Patterson was third in Flight A with a 70. Fred Coons won Flight B with a 65 over Charles Poe and G.J. Paulson, both of whom also shot 65. In Flight C, Melvin Ness won with a 65, one shot better than Matt Budjako and two better than Bruce Sanford and Jack Zippwald. Jim Tavernier won Flight D with a 67, two shots better than Paul Lockwood and Neil Bain.