Lakes Financial Service's 23-21 victory over Lakewood Bank May 29 was enough to allow it to hang on to the top spot of the Legacy Courses at Cragun's men's golf league lead.
Halverson Law Office remained in second with its narrow 24-20 victory over US Bank.
Ocelco Inc. jumped from fourth to third with a 24.5-19.5 victory over People's Security.
Results from May 29:
Deerwood Bank 25, Thelen Heating 15
Bremer Bank 24.5, American National 19.5
First Federal 27.5, Dutch's Duffers 8.5
GL Sports 25, Mar-John's/MJ's 15
Lakes Financial Services 23, Lakewood Bank 21
Ocelco Inc. 24.5, People's Security 19.5
Halverson Law Office 24, US Bank 20
Edward Jones 25, Shep's on 6th 19
Closest to pin: Mike Riley
Closest to pin: Bob Thorkelson
Longest putt: Brent Rivers
Low net: Don Quinn 31, John Thelen 31, Joe Diemer 32
Low gross: Justin Heitkamp 36
Lakes Financial Services 133.5
Halverson Law Office 130.25
Ocelco Inc. 124.25
American National 123.75
Deerwood Bank 120.75
First Federal 119.25
Edward Jones 117.75
GL Sports 113.25
Shep's on 6th 112.25
Dutch's Duffers 106.25
Bremer Bank 103.75
US Bank 91.75
Thelen Heating 89.75
People's Security 85
Lakewood Bank 76.25
Thelen Heating vs. Deerwood Bank
Bremer Bank vs. American National
First Federal vs. Dutch's Duffers
Mar-John's/MJ's vs. GL Sports
Lakes Financial Services vs. Lakewood Bank
People's Security vs. Ocelco Inc.
US Bank vs. Halverson Law Office
Edward Jones vs. Shep's on 6th
Shirley Dullum, Theresa Dullum, Cheryl Karnowski, Pat Hardy and Nikki Schantz fired a 34 to win the team scramble May 27 during the Legacy Courses at Cragun's women's night.
Melinda Johanneck, Becky Butcher, Robyn Hinson and Ali Timmons shot 35 to claim second on a tie breaker.
Mavis Zachary was closest to the pin and Susan Goll drained the longest putt on the front nine of the Dutch.
Zachary also carded an eagle as she sank a 7-wood from 109 yards.
Hilary Keprios, Rachal Wolthuizen, Kris Gildenzopf, Melissa Schmidt and Dana Schammahorn scored a 29 to claim first on the Par 3 Course.
In second was Audrey Wessman, Jean Mahling and Rosalie Gulbrandson with a 31.
Erin Books was closest to the pin and Mary Biersach had the longest putt.
Breezy Point men
Thomas and Associates slid into a first-place tie with Dick Parks Gas after it defeated Lions 8-4 May 29 during the Breezy Point Resort men's league.
Dick Parks Gas was tripped up by Mills Motor 8-4 to create congestion at the top of the leaderboard.
Bodyworks defeated Cedar Creek Lumber 7-5 to land 2.5 points behind the two leaders.
Results from May 29:
McAllister Electric 8.5, Dockside 3.5
Mills Motor 8, Dick Parks Gas 4
Thomas & Associates 8, Lions 4
Bodyworks 7, Cedar Creek Lumber 6
Longest putt: Randy Hansen
Closest to the pin: Paul Houle
Nine and under: Paul Houle 33, Jerry Benson 34, Dave Thomas 34
10 and over: Dale Tiedeman 35, Mark Shervey 36, Jim Fisher 36
Dick Parks Gas 32
Thomas & Associates 32
McAllister Electric 23.5
Mills Motor 20
Cedar Creek Lumber 16
Bodyworks vs. Lions
Mills Motor vs. Cedar Creek Lumber
Dockside vs. Thomas & Associates
Lions vs. Dick Parks Gas
Breezy Point women
The pairing of Marcia Macomber and Jean Appleton shot 28 to win the two-person best ball event May 29 on the Whitebirch Golf Course during the Breezy Point women's league.
Tied for second were the teams of Bobbie Griffiths-Sylvia Schmitt and Sue Obeidzinski-Dee Wicks with 29s.
Fourth place went to Barb Owens and Patti Carlyle with a 31.
Sue Adamson and Joi Brandt and Ardell Cook and Judy Thomas tied for fifth with 32s.
Thursday's event will be bingo and will be played at the Traditional Course.
Women's Nine and Wine
Pam Jager, Rose Johnson, Carol Meyer and Coralee Ostlund carded a 48 to win the Pink Ball game May 27 during the Grand View Lodge Women's Nine and Wine at The Pines.
Cindy Steiner-Hake, Lora Pankonen, Candace
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