Halverson Law dismantled Bremer Bank 34-10 Aug. 14 to claim the lead in the men's league standings at the Legacy Courses at Cragun's.
Close behind is Lakes Financial Services after it defeated Edward Jones 36-8. Lakes Financial jumped four spots into the second position, 3.5 points behind Halverson Law.
Dutch's Duffers jumped into third place with a 23-21 victory over GL Sports.
Results from Aug. 14:
Lakes Financial Services 36, Edward Jones 8
Deerwood Bank 29, Lakewood Bank 15
Thelen Heating 22, American National 22
People's Security 22, Ocelco Inc. 22
Shep's on 6th 31, US Bank 13
Members of the Whitefish Golf Course women's 9-hole and 18-hole leagues combined Aug. 12 for the WOW event at the course near Pequot Lakes.
First Federal 36, Mar-Jon's/MJ's 8
Halverson Law 34, Bremer Bank 10
Dutch's Duffers 23, GL Sports 21
Closest to pin: Spencer Sundberg
Longest putt: Clint Nelson
Low net team: Bart Larson-Nate Wood 43, Dan Vickerman-Justin Heitkamp 44
Side game results: Tim Nentl 30, Dale Bolt 31
Halverson Law Office 169.5
Lakes Financial Services 163
Dutch's Duffers 150.5
Edward Jones 144.5
Shep's on 6th 143
Bremer Bank 139.5
Deerwood Bank 138.5
Ocelco Inc. 138
First Federal 131.5
People's Security 131
Thelen Heating 122.5
American National 119.5
US Bank 109.5
GL Sports 109
Lakewood Bank 95
Lottie Oehrlein and Angela Sandelin paired to win the blind partner best ball event Aug. 12 during the women's league at the Legacy Courses at Cragun's.
In second place on the Dutch Course was Rhonda Mareck-Elaine Klinger. Pam Jager-Sandy Baumann finished third and Theresa Proctor-Nadine Fraki placed fourth.
Oehrlein completed the sweep as she won closest to the pin and longest drive awards.
Heidi Brown and Karen Johnston shot 32 to win the event on the Par 3 Course.
Sue Miller-Audrey Wessman finished second and Bridget Walthers-Kathy Buxton were third.
Darlene Swedin sank the longest putt and Eileen Pettit was closest to the pin.
The Legacy women's scramble is scheduled for Aug. 26. Call the Legacy pro shop at 825-2789 to sign up your team.
Breezy Point men
Bodyworks' 6-6 tie with Mills Motor Aug. 14 helped it remain in the men's Twilight League lead at Breezy Point Resort, but the gap is shrinking.
That's because Thomas & Associates defeated McAllister Electric 7.5-4.5 to climb within one point of the leaders.
Dick Parks Gas suffered an 8-4 loss to fall into a tie for third place with Dockside, which topped Cedar Creek Lumber 6.5-5.5.
Thomas & Associates 7.5, McAllister Electric 4.5
Bodyworks 6, Mills Motor 6
Lions 8, Dick Parks Gas 4
Dockside 6.5, Cedar Creek Lumber 5.5
9-under: Darold Owens 31, Rod Ustipak 31, Dick Bauer 32, Paul Houle 32
10-above: Craig Baker 28, Ted Zarembski 29, Wayne Massie 29, Elman Johnson 31, John Person 31
Thomas & Associates 40.5
Dick Parks Gas 37.5
Mills Motor 34
McAllister Electric 33.5
Cedar Creek Lumber 33.5
Bodyworks vs. Dockside
McAllister Electric vs. Cedar Creek Lumber
Dick Parks Gas vs. Thomas & Associates
Mills Motor vs. Lions
Breezy Point women
Linda Esser, Ellen Koshenina, Bonnie Person and Judy Thomas shot 53 to win the 1-2-3 event Aug. 14 during the Breezy Point Resort women's league on the Traditional Course.
Patty Carlyle, Verna Miller, Barb Owens and Jill Roeder placed second with a 56. Joi Brandt, Marcia Macomber, Sandy O'Day and Phyllis Struthers were third.
Thursday's event will be the 9-hole league tournament on the Whitebirch Course.
Norma Pavek, Mary Moakley, Cheryl Stansfield and Donna Waataja teamed to win the Women of Whitefish tournament, a combination of the Whitefish 9-hole and 18-hole women's leagues, Aug. 12.
Pat Montgomery, Maxine Riches, Phyllis Evans and Judy Eastwood were second and Pat Radovich, Barb Holubar, Monica Fetters and Mary K. Erickson placed third.
Those three teams were awarded a gold, silver and bronze candy bar wrapped in a red, white and blue ribbon.
Fourth place went to Marguerite Baker, Barb DelaHunt, Sheila Speedling and Kathy Larson.
Anne Gazda, Betsy Schroeder, Harriet Smith and Carol Lovro were fifth. Lois Haglund, Gail Bancroft, Susan Finley and Susan Newsome finished sixth and Susan Walstrom, Janet Duitsman, Liz Barker and Joie Brandt placed seventh
Winning the low putts contest was the team of Marlene Anderson, Anita Stensby, Kathy Brodin and Jan Hupperts. Connie Foster, Marlys Guse and Kathy Kelling placed second and Sue Taylor, Myra Faust and Linda Carpenter were third.
Delores Rubald won the putting contest. Diane Giefer finished second and Stensby third.
Mary Moakley was closest to the pin in two. Smith was closest to the line. DelaHunt was closest to the pin and Susan Finley was closest to the certificate.
Barbie Swenson won a 9-hole league membership for next season while Finley won the 18-hole league membership.
Sharon Jacobson won the $50 gift certificate. Cheryl Bontrager, Riches and Radovich won the 50/50 raffle.
Also winning prizes were Carol Lovro, Marlene Anderson, Baker, Walstrom, Deanna Frandson, Montgomery and Nancy Einan.
Regular league play resumes Wednesday.
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