PSU men’s soccer team to scrimmage tonight
CHAZY — The Plattsburgh State men’s soccer team will hold its Annual Red/White scrimmage at 7 p.m. tonight at George Brendler Field. there is no admission fee.
Stafford Middle School sets modified clearances
PLATTSBURGH — Stafford Middle School has set its fall modified sports clearance schedule.
Friday, August 24
Interim histories at Stafford Middle School
8-10 a.m.- modified football; 10 a.m.-noon- modified volleyball; and 1-3 p.m.- modified cross-country.
O’Connor, Maille lead way in senior golf tourney
PLATTSBURGH — The 15th annual Bluff Point Senior Golf Championship was played on Wednesday. Low gross winner was Mike O’Connor with a score of 70 and low net winner was Mike Maille. both golfers won an Executive Membership to Bluff Point Golf Resort for 2013.
in the age 55-59 group, O’Connor was the low gross winner, followed by Larry Brown and Chris Beaudin. The net winner was Ross O’Loughlin, followed by Harry Smith and Ron LaFountain.
in the 60-64 group, mark Burris was low gross with a 77, with Mike Derrigo second and Ron Miller third. Low net honors went to Maille, followed by Gary Stark and Mike Rock.
in the 65-70 bracket, Chip Dandrow’s 80 was low gross, with Ron McGee second and Phil Arsenault third. Bob Dumas won low net, followed by Gary Frazier and Vern Malark.
Don Bainbridge’s low gross of 75 led the way in the 70-74 group, with Frank Woodward and D. Kingsbury following. in the net division, Gary Hackett finished first, with Vern Lewis second and Gary Finney third.
in the 75-and-over group, Ken Duquette carded an 81 for low gross honors, with John Strack second and Lloyd Browne third. Doug Brown was low net, followed by E. Rock and Sonny Stampfler.
a total of 67 senior golfers competed in the event.
Cue Club tourney on Sunday
PLATTSBURGH — there will be an open 9-ball tournament at the Cue Club on Sunday, August 26. it will be a double-elimination format. there will be a race to seven in the winner’s bracket, and race to four in the loser’s bracket.
there is a $10 green fee and $10 entry fee. One-hundred percent of the entry fees will be returned to the top three places. Doors open at 11 a.m. and registration will be held until noon. for more information, contact Bill Hathaway, at 565-7706, or stop by at the Cue Club, Route 3, Airport Plaza, Plattsburgh after 4 p.m.
Buck records hole-in-one at The Barracks
PLATTSBURGH — Ryan Buck recorded the first hole-in-one of his golfing career when he used a 9-iron to ace the par-3, 7th hole at The Barracks. Norm Hawkins witnessed the shot.
PHS Booster Club to meet on August 27
PLATTSBURGH — there will be a Plattsburgh High School Booster Club meeting at 7 p.m. on Monday, August 27 in Room 310. Enter the school at the back parking lot near the tennis courts.
All new members are welcome. Nomination of officers will be taken and plans for the 2012-13 school year will be discussed.
Golfers do well in state Elks Tourney
ROCHESTER — five area junior golfers, sponsored by the Plattsburgh Lodge of Elks No. 621, participated in the 57th annual new York State Elks Junior Golf Tournament and Keeseville’s Nate Devins, a freshman at AuSable Valley Central School, carded an 87 and placed first in the age 12 to 14 division.
Peru’s Gavin Plimpton finished fourth in the 12-14 age group with a 95. in the age 15 to 16 category, Morrisonville’s Austin Ladieu was fourth with an 88. in the age 17 to 18 division, Altona’s Connor Jubert placed second with an 80 and Rouses Point’s Nolan Reid was fourth with an 86.
The event was hosted by the Rochester Lodge of Elks No. 24 and took place at Rochester’s Chili Golf Club in excellent weather conditions.
Siberian Rod and Gun Club holding drive
DANNEMORA — The Siberian Rod & Gun Club is currently holding a membership drive. Beat the sight-in range rush for the hunting season. for more information, call Skip Maggy, at 492-7130.
The Land of Enchantment Casts its SpellThe Land of Enchantment—particularly around Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and Taos—conjures up exquisite and distinctive layouts and great golf weather. Six golf courses, in particular, can be heartily recommended although new Mexico boasts many others that deserve play time as well.
The Championship Golf course at the University of new Mexico (unmgolf.com) in Albuquerque is less than a mile from the airport. the home of the Lobos has been rated as the #1 course in the state by Golfweek and among the top-25 public courses in the country by Golf Digest. With its hilly terrain, generous fairways, and rolling greens, the course is eminently playable but demanding. the green fees are not demanding, and the course is easy to walk.
The Black Mesa ExperienceAn hour’s drive up I-25 to Santa Fe and then a quick 30-minute further north will get you to Espanola and Black Mesa GC (blackmesagolfclub.com), an extraordinary test and an artistic delight. Earning the right to Links Magazine’s “Top 10 Most Spectacular Courses in the World,” the course is memorable for the cerulean sky overhead, immense sandstone formations all around, and the snow-capped peaks in the background.
Each hole presents a different configuration, a different topography, and a different adventure. Director of Golf Tom Velarde, author of “Tom’s Tips to Taming Black Mesa,” said the layout “is built with a degree of visual intimidation on every hole to challenge a player’s skills, courage, and ability to problem solve. that challenge starts on the first hole, a par four measuring 385 yards from the tips that requires a blind shot over a hillside.”The course sports lush bluegrass fairways, quick and undulating bent grass greens, ubiquitous canyons and arroyos, and 157 bunkers.
A host of other accolades adorns Black Mesa: Golf Magazine—“Top 10 you can Play” and “Best Bang for your Buck”; Golfweek—“No. 2 in new Mexico” and “Top 100 Modern Courses”; Golf Digest—“America’s Greatest Public Golf Courses” and “Best Places to Play.”
The Day Trip to Taos CCPlan on taking a day trip to Taos, about an hour north, to enjoy Taos CC (taoscountryclub.com). Awarded a four-star (of five) rating by Golf Digest, Taos CC will get you high on your game as it is located 7000 feet above sea level at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. the yardage is lofty, too, at 7300 yards from the back tees, but the four sets of tees make the course playable for all skill levels.
The terrain is gently rolling, and the layout is links style. the beautifully manicured fairways and bent grass greens run through the desert scenery of silver-green sagebrush and carefully utilized arroyos. the stylish clubhouse has a full-service dining room that prepares both new Mexican fare and American traditional.
A Great Double PlayThirty minutes south of Santa Fe on I-25 is Exit 242 where you will have the opportunity to play Twin Warriors GC and Santa Ana GC, two more of new Mexico’s best courses.Opened in 2001, Twin Warriors (twinwarriorsgolf.com), is superb high-desert championship golf. With five sets of tees, the course plays between 5100-7736 yards and covers ground in and around 20 ancient sites of previous tribal habitation. the generous fairways and large, fast greens follow the rolling terrain, and the arroyos, juniper and pinon pine ridges, eroded land features, sacred Tuyuna butte, and Sandia Mountains complete the picturesque setting. Golf Digest has bestowed it with 4.5 stars and rated it as the third best course in the state and the 49th best public course in America.
In conjunction with the Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort (tamaya.hyatt.com), which is only a five iron away and owned by the Pueblo of Tamaya, Twin Warriors has earned several resort awards as well. Golf Magazine has ranked Twin Warriors in its “Top 75 Golf Resorts,” and Conde Nast Traveler considers it #50 in the “Top 100 Golf Resorts in North America, the Caribbean, and the Atlantic, Ireland, and Scotland” and #4 in its “Top five Western U.S. Golf Resorts.”
Santa Ana GC (mynewmexicogolf.com), ranked 10th in the state by Golf Digest, is the sister course of Twin Warriors and is located just down the street beside the popular Santa Ana Star Casino. With the 27 holes that weave through the desert along the Rio Grande, the links-style layout skirts native grasses, subtle mounding, and lakes, and it demands a shot maker’s precision to avoid trouble. the nines play around 2500 to 3600 yards apiece from the fours sets of tees, and, as an option, the course is very walkable.
Not for the Faint of HeartDowntown Albuquerque is only 25 minutes away from Twin Warriors, and 20 minutes east of ABQ is the Paa-Ko Ridge GC (paakoridge.com), the final 27 holes that require your best efforts. in the native Tewa language, “paa-ko” means root of the cottonwood, and the state’s stately tree is found most often hugging the Rio Grande. Rightfully so, each major golf publication has recognized its individual character: Golf World, #3 in “Top Public Golf Facilities”; Golfweek, #23 in “Top Modern Courses in America”; Golf Digest, #20 in “America’s Greatest Public Courses”; Golf Magazine, #28 in “Top 100 you can Play in America.”
Carefully manicured and in great shape, Paa-Ko Ridge is neither for the faint of heart nor for those who like to shoot close to their handicaps. Certainly, it has an incomparable layout, and no two holes run parallel, which gives the player a sense that his foursome is the only one on the course. however, with an up-and-down topography that defies walking and creates many uneven lies, with quick and dramatically sloping greens that revel in three putts, and with trouble almost everywhere but on the tee, fairway, and green, there is very little margin of error between keeping the ball in play and hitting a provisional or two. So, caveat emptor, or, more appropriately, golfer beware! But get out there and play it anyway, not only because it is unforgettable but also because it is so much fun.
New Mexico is one of golf’s best-kept secrets. So, as the new England summer turns into fall, mull over a week’s sojourn to a land that you will find to be truly enchanting and equally unforgettable.
After serving more than 10 years on San Clemente’s golf-course advisory committee, Gene Habich has stepped down and moved to Palm Springs.
The San Clemente resident of nearly 20 years said he plans to remain active in the San Clemente Men’s Golf Club.
In a 2004 photo, Gene Habich, center, is congratulated after winning the Mayor’s Cup, a putting tournament at Talega Golf Club. at left is Talega Golf Club’s Leslie Stephenson. at right is the now-late Ray Benedicktus, then-chairman of the tournament. PAUL BERSEBACH, REGISTER FILE PHOTO ADVERTISEMENT
On the Golf Course Committee, he helped advise the City Council on operations, fees, marketing of the Municipal Golf Course and construction of a new clubhouse.
Habich also was active in other civic pursuits. he was a vocal critic of early Marblehead Coastal development plans in the 1990s, and he and other residents worked to reshape them. Ultimately, he and developer Jim Johnson went from adversaries to friends. following Johnson’s death in 2004, Habich proposed naming a Marblehead Coastal sports park after Johnson. The city said yes.
“I never thought when moving to San Clemente that I would ever leave this city, but my wife and I have sold our home in San Clemente after almost 19 years and are moving to our second home in Palm Springs,” Habich wrote in his Golf Course Committee farewell letter to the City Council.
“I love the desert,” he said Thursday by phone. “There’s no better place to play golf. There are over 130 golf courses out here.”
Of his time on the Golf Course Committee, Habich said: “I enjoyed it immensely. we remodeled the golf course. we built the new clubhouse. I’m kind of proud to have been involved with it. It’s a statement for the city.”
Rather than try to fill the committee seat immediately, the City Council decided to wait until the next round of appointments comes up in June.
Contact the writer: email@example.com or 949-492-5127
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The Harley Davidson golf cart is a great, old buggy and those who have one consider themselves lucky. This particular vehicle has not been in production for several decades now, and this often means those buying one will not have the owner’s manual that goes with the vehicle. one of the most common mistakes made by new owners is improperly mixing the fuel and oil. without the owner’s manual handy, this mistake is easy to understand. This article goes into how to properly mix the oil and fuel in a vintage Harley Davidson golf cart.
Before we go into the proper method for mixing the oil and fuel in a vintage Harley Davidson golf cart, let’s be clear about one thing. Improper mixing can lead to severe damage in the engine. once this damage occurs it has to be repaired if you want to operate the vehicle. these repairs can be time consuming and expensive. while you can certainly find Harley Davidson golf cart repair parts online, it is not always easy finding them. when you do find them, the price may be high simply due to the scarcity of these old parts. The best way to avoid having to make these repairs is to protect the engine by using the right fuel and oil mix.
Now onto the proper way to mix the oil for your Harley Davidson golf car:
More often than not problems arise in this area because there is not enough two-cycle oil in the mix. when there is not enough oil in the mixture, the first thing that happens is that the piston begins to heat up, followed by increased heating of the other engine parts that are around the combustion chamber. This entire area is then prone to overheating which can lead to major damage to the engine if the motor is left to run for any length of time. In severe instances, the motor will lock up and will have to be rebuilt in order to bring it back to service.
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Once you apply this mix to your Harley Davidson golf cart, you will be able to enjoy your vehicle without fear of burning the motor up. take care of your vintage vehicle and don’t forget to pass it on to someone who will care for it as you do.
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On Saturday, May 5, I travelled east of Toronto to Whitby, to speak at a well-attended local Ontario Writers’ Conference. The setting was the Deer Creek Golf Club.
I was there to give a lunch-time talk to the 175 people at the conference, and was wearing my “Publisher’s Uniform.” (As a publisher I always instructed my authors that on the promotion trail they should look like their book cover photo, wearing the same clothes, hairstyle/beard, and so on. So when I’m appearing as “author” I wear the blue blazer, grey flannels, white button-down shirt, and striped tie that the unflattering Tony Jenkins caught on the book jacket.)
As you would expect, this was a much more formal outfit than that worn by the dozens of golfers who were enjoying the Deer Creek sunshine.
When I left the conference to roam around the tees before the lunch, my outfit led to a misunderstanding. I was silently standing there, watching people teeing off (in the interested manner of someone who grew up playing golf), when on two occasions, members eager to start the round mistook this well-dressed authority figure as the Official Starter. they were polite Asian Canadians, and they came up to me, bowed, and presented me with their official Starter’s Card.
I explained that I was just a spectator, and withdrew before there were any more misunderstandings. But the possibilities for mischief (“Sure, go ahead. I’m sure you’ll miss the players just in front . . . they’re further off than they look”) have stayed with me.
There may even be the start of a murder mystery plot. And a title . . . Drive, He Said.
The 2012 PGA Championship at Kiawah Island’s Ocean course, the first-ever major championship contested in the state of South Carolina, begins August 9th. It’s a bit puzzling that it’s taken all these many years, considering that South Carolina is on a very short list of the premier golf states in the nation.
Some refer to the PGA as “Glory’s last Shot.” others refer to it as the also-ran of majors, lacking the prestige of the Masters, U.S. Open and Open Championship. Regardless, the odds are excellent that the tournament will be memorable, if for no other reason than the fact the windswept Ocean course is such a uniquely beautiful venue. this year’s PGA Championship has big shoes to fill, because the last time the golf world focused so intently on the Ocean course was during the 1991 Ryder Cup, one of the most grippingly contentious golf competitions in history. That riveting Ryder Cup, known as the “War on the Shore,” vaulted Kiawah Island and it’s instantly-iconic Ocean course into the consciousness of the golf public at home and abroad. It came down to the last day, the last match, the last hole, the last putt and the last man standing that could either make or miss a six-foot putt to either retain or forfeit the modest gold chalice that signifies the victor of this seminal, biennial international golf match. Germany’s Bernhard Langer missed, and the Ryder Cup went to the American side. Here’s a quick look back at some of the most memorable PGA Championships since 1991, the year the Ocean course came into being:
It’s pretty well known that PGT contributor freddiec likes his Wood Bros persimmons. That’s why I was happy (but not totally surprised) to see freddie’s most recent acquisition, a very rare “Augustan” driver created by master clubmaker Dave Wood. Fred was able to uncover a few details about the history of this unique gem and I asked him to give me his first impressions of the appearance and feel of the stick. Here’s what he had to say:
Here are some nice shots of the WB Augustan driver. Its absolutely stunning! I had the opportunity to speak to Dave Wood last week about the driver and he gave some some interesting history on this particular club. this was his “sketch” sample he showed Augusta National in the very early 1990s. The sole plate itself is the same sole plate as the All American model, but also has the golf flag, which is one of Augusta’s trademarks, perhaps part of the “Masters” trademark. Notice the flag, blowing in an East wind, not the predominant west wind. its a pretty deep face driver, just a tad over 1 and 5/8th inches and has a classic tour like face shape, to me very similar to the great MacGregors of the 1950s. I had a tour Texan once that had a head shape I always thought was so perfect and this driver has almost the same exact look. The insert is Paper fiber just like the eye o matics WB installed in the Texans, but only solid white. Its got a green UST 65 gram stiff shaft and its about 43.5 inches long. Dave said there were very few of these models ever produced, which makes this a big time collectors item. I usually like to hit my drivers, but not really sure, well ok, maybe one balata with scotch tape on the face. I’ll have to think about that… LOL. There is nothing better than receiving a beauty like this and examining it. I was really impressed how its sets up so perfectly square, with almost no face progression. I was also impressed with the stain color Dave used. its a very dark brown. Perhaps he was trying to mimic the color tone of the beautiful tall pines that frame the course. I’ll have to ask him about that. Wood Bros also made a model similar to this, but the sole plate said “Masters”. The Augustan model was only for members of the club.
My thanks to Fred for sharing this beauty with us. I’m glad that one found a good home!
Meanwhile, the guys at Green Jacket Auctions have some great gear up for sale. most of this stuff is for the 1% but it’s still fun to look at! I’ve included some images below.
Art Wall’s Green Jacket (!) – Current Bid: $36,498.00
Mint Program from the First Masters Tournament – Current Bid: $12,793.00
Walter Hagen’s Clubs used to Win the 1929 Open Championship – Current Bid: $10,573.00
Arnie’s 1958 Wilson Irons – Current Bid: $1,181.00
Today’s gamesHIGH SCHOOLGirls Soccer
Easton at Ashland, 5 p.m.
Madawaska at Fort Kent, 7 p.m.
Van Buren at Fort Fairfield, 4 p.m.
Washburn at Central Aroostook, 5 p.m.
Easton at Ashland, 7 p.m.
Freeport at Portland, 10 a.m.
Van Buren at Fort Fairfield, 4 p.m.
Washburn at Central Aroostook, 7 p.m.
ResultsHIGH SCHOOLBOYS SOCCERMonday’s Results
So. Aroostook 6, GHCA/Hodgdon 3
GIRLS SOCCERSaturday’s Results
Easton 8, Limestone 2
So. Aroostook 4, GHCA/Hodgdon 0
COLLEGEWOMEN’S SOCCERSunday’s Results
Connecticut 3, Maine 0
FIELD HOCKEYSaturday’s Results
Boston College 4, Maine 1
Michigan State 3, Maine 1
At Searsport Pines GC, par 36
Deer Isle-Stonington 181, Searsport 219
Deer Isle-Stonington: Sam Grindle 33, Connor Morey 43, Nick Eaton 52, Drew Siebert 53, Nathan Davis 57, Alec Eaton 69 Andy Turner 72
Searsport: Alex Carroll 44, Dillan Moody 46, Rica Barloso 63, Tyler Kendall 66, Jacob Bucklin 69, John Garett 73
LINCOLN — Jaymis Dugans of Lincoln recorded a hole-in-one on the 151-yard 14th hole at JaTo Highlands Golf course Sunday. Dugans used an 8-iron to record the ace, which was witnessed by Joey Robinson, Mike Thibodeau and Erik Dill.
LINCOLN — Randy Gifford of Lee used a 6-iron to ace the 171-yard third hole at JaTo Highlands Golf course Saturday. The hole-in-one was witnessed by Lance Bernier.
LOCALAt JaTo Highlands
Carl Cloukey Memorial Tournament:
Gross: 1. a.J. Harris; Randy Harris; Gary Renaud; David Dodge: 54; 2. Ty Gardner; Lance Bernier; Shey Gardner; Nik Hockridge: 55; Ladies Division: Sheryl Jipson; Lisa Brown; Sharon Webster; Trudy Fogg: 65; Pins: no. 3: Tom Daggett: 0-19; no. 8: Randy Harris: 17-0; no.10: Kevin Lee: 9-8; no.14: Jaymis Dugans (hole-in-one); no.16: Nik Hockridge: 4-8
At Rockland Golf ClubClub Championship
Championship Flight Gross: James Anderson 70-71-141; Net: Rich Mazurek 63-69-132; A Flight Gross: Tom Jacobs 75-82-157; Net: mark Manzi 70-65-135; B Flight Gross: Charlie Zeiner 81-82-173; Net: 67-64-131
Division 1: Daulton Wickendon 73-77-150; Drew Holt 77-90-167; Drew Long 84-86-170; Julian Starbird 82-91-173; Cole Anderson 98-90-188; Eddie Socker 92-98-190; Nate Hersom 105-116-221; Division 2 (9 Holes): Bailey Plourde 49-43-92; Darren Wood 44-49-93; Ryan Lawrence 51-51-102; Zach Alden 43-61-104; Grant Hefler 51-54-105; Emily Long 60-65-125; Alex Taylor 68-71-139; Division 3: Hayden Christie 45-43-88; Parker Hilchey 56-56-112; Austin Chilles 64-63-127; Carter Fogarty 68-61-129; McKayla Alden 68-69-137; Jacob Carroll 86-80-166
At Northport GC
2-Man Best-Ball Gross: 1. Randy Berry, Don Pendergast (69), 2. Mike Knox, John McKay (71). Net 1. Paul Jasienowski, Mike Bahn (59), 2. Tie Cliff Staples, Barry Crawford, mark Bradstreet, Cliff Randall (61); Sweeps Gross: 1. Randy Berry (69), 2. Mike Knox (71), 3. Cliff Staples (78), 4. Paul Schelble (81). Net 1. Mike Bahn (64), 2. Tie Mike Marshall, Cliff Randall, Tim Riley (68);
Pins: no. 3 Randy Berry 23-4, no. 9 Cliff Randall 4-10, no.12 Randy Berry 30-2, no. 18 Randy Berry 1-10
Scotch Foursome Championship: Overall Champions Gross: Frank Field, Jean Brown (75). Net: Paul Doody, Valery Doody (86). Gross 2: Terry Whitney, Roxie Whitney (82). 3. Jack Johnson, Mary Ann Darbelnet (84). Net: 1. Jeff Dutch, Elaine Bielenberg (65). 3. Bob Barrett, Brenda Barrett (68).
At Hermon Meadow
9-hole blind draw: 1. Joel McCluskey, Rick Abbot (+3) 2. (tie) Jim Wilson, Justin Perry (E) and Peter Buchanan, Al Stuber (E) 4. Joe Johnston, Tim McCluskey (-1) 5. Bruce Ireland, Ernie Hein (-4)
At Traditions GCMen’s Christian League
1. Dale Porter, Roger Therialut, Gerry Dill, Charlie Perkins, 31; 2. Terry Pangburn, Harold Batson, Scott MacArthur, Phil Robinson, 32
At Sonny’s Range
Monday night 9-hole scramble, par 36 format: Sonny Reynolds, Marina Aston, George Harriman 34, John Harrington, Joe Alexander Jr., Randy Bishop, 35
At Kebo Valley
Golf Wars Scramble: inner 9: Gross 1. The Razors 32, 2. Housed 33, Net: 1. Team Estro 25.4, 2. The happy Hookers 26.7; Outer 9: Gross 1. The Shatheads 32, 2. Shock Factor 32, Net: 1. Team Buzzed 29.2, 2. The B Team 30.1; Pins: no. 6 Bob Buzzell 32-9, no. 15 Larry Eldridge 16-5; Kebo Boys: Net Skins: 2. Ron Baracka, 4. Ty Smith, 9. Alex Wade, 10. bill Harding, 11. Paul Bean, 13. Francis Russell, 14. Lynn Goodwin, 17. Peter Palmer
Harness racingWindsor FairTuesday’s Starters, 3 p.m.
First, Pace, $5,000
1. Artists Supplies, W. Campbell
2. a and G Desire, J. Mosher
3. Teethinator, K. Switzer Jr.
4. Late Night Flight, R. Cushing
5. Catch The Terror, H. Campbell
Second, Pace, $3,600
1. Executive Female, C. Long
2. Checkered Watt, W. Campbell
3. Lucky Laff, J. Bresnahan
4. Caline Dol, R. Vachon
5. Mysticole Maggie, G. Mosher
6. ER Made of Honor, S. Gray
Third, Pace, $3,600
1. Step Right Up, K. Switzer
2. Rawdon Gold Digger, G. Mosher
3. Always a Contender, H. Campbell
4. Make a Memory a, S. Thayer
5. Running Ron, C. Long
6. Trappers Treat, K. Switzer Jr.
7. Winslow Hustler, S. Taggart
Fourth, Pace, $2,500
1. Western Hope, K. Switzer
2. McPfast Bluegrass, S. MacKenzie
3. a Work of Heart, C. Nye
4. Mattie’s big Girl, K. Switzer Jr.
5. Art’s Lady Shark, H. Campbell
6. Sorceress Hall, S. Thayer
7. Terra Cotta Bay, G. Mosher
Fifth, Pace, $2,700
1. King of Kingston, W. Campbell
2. Gas it Cam it, K. Switzer
3. Charlie By far, C. Nye
4. cool Fast Cash, K. Switzer Jr.
5. KG Duke, R. Armstrong
6. I’m a Lucky Man, S. Gray
7. Real Shiny, G. Bowden
8. Admiral Pembroke, G. Mosher
Sixth, Pace, $2,500
1. Pownal Bay Cooper, H. Campbell
2. Marks Little Buddy, K. Switzer
3. Flying Flicka, R. Cushing
4. Share a Smile, C. Long
5. Vanderhound, G. Bowden
6. Fulla fire, a. Hall
7. back Spin, C. Nye
8. Ascot Bourbon, K. Switzer Jr.
Seventh, Trot, $6,000
1. Majesty Hall, H. Campbell
2. Wild run Hanover, W. Watson
3. Share your Dreams, C. Long
4. Four Starz Trump, C. Cushing
5. Pax, K. Switzer Jr.
6. Folk Tail, S. Gray
Eighth, Pace, $3,600
1. Ashnstellsfun, R. Cushing
2. J Walking, S. MacKenzie
3. Bettor’s Night, S. Gray
4. Crosby Blue Chip, H. Campbell
5. JB Muscle Man, M. Graffam
6. Flex Fuel, G. Bowden
7. Speed and Grace, G. Mosher
8. a Weekend, P. Jones
Ninth, Trot, $6,000
1. Roadshow Vic, M. Cushing
2. Keystone Howie, C. Long
3. Pioneer Valley, K. Switzer Jr.
4. Uncle Ben, G. Bowden
5. Organized Chaos, S. MacKenzie
6. a Lister, G. Mosher
7. Silverado Hall, S. Thayer
Tenth, Pace, $2,500
1. Kiss This Rusty, K. Switzer Jr.
2. Iamasurvivor, S. Gray
3. Lick it Tee Quick, K. Hafford III
4. Townline Zebus, S. Thayer
5. Pembroke Whittney, R. Hall
6. a Bit Like Britt, C. Davies
First, Pace, $10,777
4. Dream Shark, R. Goodblood Jr. 11.60-4.00-2.60
2. Mace N Moe, M. Cushing 7.20-9.40
6. Utah Sky, K. Switzer Jr. 2.60
T-2:04.1; Qu. 2-4, $278.20; ex. 4-2, $85.40; Tri. 4-2-6, $227.60
Second, Pace, $2,250
4. Rare Bunny, R. Cushing 7.40-3.40-2.80
3. Subtle Perfection, B. Blanchard 5.80-3.80
5. Something new, C. Long 3.00
T-1:57.4; Qu. 3-4, $19.20; ex. 4-3, $44.20; Tri. 4-3-5, $113.20; DD 4-4,
Third, Trot, $4,000
1. Four Starz Nuts, C. Cushing 3.40-2.40-2.10
6. Royal Hawaii, G. Mosher 4.20-2.40
8. Nanny McPee, W. Campbell 2.20
T-2:01.3; Qu. 1-6, $15.00; ex. 1-6, $22.60; Tri. 1-6-8, $28.80
Fourth, Pace, $3,300
4. Muzzys Beachnut, H. Campbell 14.20-5.40-3.00
2. Tiffany Key, R. Hall 3.80-2.80
7. Penney’s Spirit, J. Mosher 3.00
T-1:59.2; Qu. 2-4, $20.20; ex. 4-2, $65.80; Tri. 4-2-7, $148.20
Fifth, Trot, $3,000
4. Wolf’s Milan, S. Gray 5.00-2.80-2.20
2. Kennebec Valley, D. Richards 5.00-2.60
3. Stormont O My, R. Vachon 2.40
T-2:01.4; Qu. 2-4, $14.60; ex. 4-2, $28.00; Tri. 4-2-3, $124.20
Sixth, Pace, $2,250
3. to do List, C. Nye 4.80-3.00-3.00
4. Real Courtesy, S. Gray 5.20-3.80
6. Honored Hall, S. Taggart 28.60
T-1:59; Qu. 3-4, $24.40; ex. 3-4, $67.40; Tri. 3-4-6, $496.60
Seventh, Pace, $2,500
2. Avacal Bliss, D. Deslandes 17.20-9.80-4.20
1. Some Fine Fit, R. Cushing 3.60-3.00
4. Wesgem Princess, G. Mosher 11.80
T-1:59.4; Qu. 1-2, $15.40; ex. 2-1, $26.00; Tri. 2-1-4, $168.20; DD 3-2,
Eighth, Pace, $2,250
4. you Belong With Me, G. Bowden 3.80-2.60-3.60
1. Key to My Art, S. Gray 4.00-5.40
7. Liberation, S. Thayer 8.40
T-1:59; Qu. 1-4, $18.40; ex. 4-1, $55.80; Tri. 4-1-7, $299.60
Ninth, Pace, $3,500
5. no Surrenders, S. Thayer 17.80-7.80-2.20
2. Buster Blue Chip, H. Campbell 4.20-2.40
3. Jitterbug Hanover, R. Cushing 2.10
T-1:57.3; Qu. 2-5, $36.60; ex. 5-2, $95.40; Tri. 5-2-3, $47.60; Pick 5,
Tenth, Pace, $10,777
5. Neutral Data, S. Gray 4.00-2.60-2.10
3. Master of Puppets, H. Campbell 3.60-2.10
6. Willy Mac, G. Mosher 2.10
T-2:01.2; Qu. 3-5, $5.40; ex. 5-3, $8.00; Tri. 5-3-6, $32.20
Eleventh, Pace, $2,500
1. Outlawfrommontana, S. Taggart 3.40-3.20-2.20
4. The Doodah Man, J. Mosher 10.40-3.20
5. Mystical Tenor, H. Campbell 2.80
T-1:59; Qu. 1-4, $28.80; ex. 1-4, $64.00; Tri. 1-4-5, $64.00; DD 5-1, $5.20; Total Handle – $46,540