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Hughes-Tighe win Emanon Presidents Day tourney

Stevens Financial sweeps Industrial League

Emanon Country Club held its annual Presidents Day Tournament for Autism on Sunday September 25, 2011 after being rain out on 9/11/11. The event turned out to be a huge success even after being postponed because of the flooding that happened on the Susquehanna River. This year’s event still had 188 players participate and with all the events of the tournament the final tally was an amazing $16,000 raised to be contributed to the cause of Autisum. The Final results were:

Championship Flight

Joe Hughes - Bill Tighe 65

2 - Guy Fasciana - Len Benefante 65

3 - Tony Zielen - Emmitt Coolbaugh 66

4 - Tom Kerrigan - Harry Stevens 66

5 - Barry White - Mike Lanunziata 67

1st Flight

1 - Gary and Rob Rosencrans 69

2 - Rick Mazar - Joe Gentile 69

3 - Steve Hamonas - Gary Galrate 69

4 - Tom Rudzinski - Frank Meeris 69

5 - Bob Kovitch - Gene Masler 69

2nd Flight

1 - Rick Frusciante - Steve Frusciante 71

2 - Marty Myers - Chris Imperiale 71

3 - Shamus Lahey - Bob Chabak 71

4 - Bob Coleman - John Ray 71

5 - Bill Watson - Paul Smola 71

3rd Flight

1 - Bob Altavilla - Dave Barilla 72

2 - Al Pace - Rich Ruane 72

3 - Rich Barni - Ed O’Dell 73

4 - Dave Turk - Jim Falzone 73

5 - Kelli Stevens - Dave Snell 73

4th Flight

1 - John Dent - Bill Jacobs 75

2 - Rick Wilbur - Joe Colangelo 76

3 - Dave Hopkins - Ken McGuire 76

4 - Paul Hatrcak - Vince Waslick 76

5 - B. Tonte - G. Sare 76

5th Flight

1 - Lou Pace - Angie Hopkins 79

2 - Dave Leyshourn - Jeff Wrubel 80

3 - Dr. Handley - Mike Manis 80

4 - Stravinski - Rowlands 80

5 - Wendy Mangan - Jerry Mangan 81

Stevens sweeps Industrial playoffs

After many weeks of postponements due to rain, flooding and unplayable course conditions, the Industrial League at Emanon Golf Club concluded its playoffs.

Stevens Insurance and Financial Services wrapped up a very rewarding season by not only winning the regular season championship, but also emerging victorious in the playoffs to win both ends of the championship.

The final match pitted the one-two finishers in the regular season as Stevens upended Ashley Machine and Tool by a 3-0 score. The winners were led by Guy Fasciana’s one under round of 33 and aided by Rick Mazar’s 2 over par 36 as the pair won the "A" match against John Mulhern who shot 35 and Len Coleman who chipped in with a 38. Stevens also won the "B" match by fighting off an even par round of 34 shot by Joe Coleman as his partner, Alex Brogna, shot 41. Harry Stevens shot 40 and Dave Begliomini a 42 to ice the match. S

tevens’ accomplishment this season was even more amazing in that they were alone or tied for first place the entire season in a fitting end to their retiring captain, Joe Gentile’s, involvement with the league and team.

League president, Joe Biago, captained Ashley’s team. All members of the league will celebrate the season with a captain and crew tournament today at Emanon.

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