Community Sports: Kiwanis Pancreatic Cancer Awareness event sold out
September 11, 2018
The Carson City Kiwanis 5th Annual Pancreatic Cancer Awareness golf tournament on Saturday, Sept. 15 at the Silver Oak Golf Course is sold out.
Two Kiwanis members have donated shirts for the first 100 golfers who come to the packet pickup, Friday, Sept. 14 between 4:30 and 6:30 p.m. at the Silver Oak clubhouse.
At the tournxament three of the major car dealers in Carson will donate hole in one prizes.
Michael Hohl Motors will give a new Camaro on one par 3, Capital Ford is giving a new Ford on another and finally Carson City Toyota is giving $10,000 on another.
Carson Valley men's results
The following are the results for the Carson Valley Men's Golf Club tournament held on the Carson Valley Goff Course on Sept. 2. This was a two-man better ball tournament with pairs being randomly drawn after the play.
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Flight A (Net Score): First — Jeff Schreiber, Neil Notley 58; second — Dan Essary, Fred Coons 61; third — Jack Sparman, Richard Torok 63.
Flight B: First — Brick Ludington, John Carey 55; second — Sandy Martin, Gerhardt Schreiber 59; third — Roger Hala, Gary Carsten 60.
Closest to the Pin: Hole No. 1 — Richared Brown; No. 18 — Mike Daves.
Eagle Valley women's winners
Vickie DeVore and Marie Werner were winners Sept. 5 in the Eagle Valley Women's Golf Club's final Ace of Aces qualifier. In regular play, Annette Ramirez, 90, Gail Nelsen, 100 and Mary Bennett, 110, were gross winners in the three flights. Vickie, 69, Marie, 67, and Rene Deering, 73, were net winners. Mary Kay Kaluza and Donna Alfonso won closest to the pin and in the skins game, Annette, Gail, Deb Ford and Sandy Lawrence were winners.
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