Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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August 6, 2013

Houston team wins Brown Elementary golf tourney

CROSSVILLE — Tayler Houston, Dylan Fehr, Spencer Scarbrough and Chaylin Dyer fired a 15-under -par 57 to win the Brown Elementary golf tournament played Saturday at Lake Tansi.

Roger Thackston, Conley Dykes, Chuck Sullins and Dave Hickey were second with a 58, as 26 team enjoyed a beautiful day to raise money for the school's reading program and honor awards.

Bill Heidle, Bruce Evans, Poncho Fuentes and Kenny Corrals won the second flight with a 61, while Anthony Williams,  Gerald Williams, Travis Dixon and Mike Galleger won second place in a scorecard playoff over Bill Hawes, Tom Sawyer, Jim Lamb and Dave Ferkol.

First flight

57: Tayler Houston, Dylan Fehr, Spencer Scarbrough, Chaylin Dyer

58: Roger Thackston, Conley Dykes, Chuck Sullins, Dave Hickey

58: Kirsten Hassler, Beth Underhill, Barry Lowry, Brian Conatser

59: Dusty Norrod, Nick Davis, Travis Marsh, Micah McShan

59: Jeff Houston, Larry Bradley, Morris Hassler, Clay Jones

59: Warren Huddleston, John Zimmerman, Rhonda Huddleston, Barry Cardinell

59: Steve Kotus, Bill Moon, Gerald Brewer, Lane Tollett

59: Logan Stewart, Russell Jones, Scotty Robinson, James Stewart

59: Walt Lewis, Paul Davis, Rick Butt, Cliff Adams

59: Kermit Selvig, Tim Driggs, John George, Rick Farnella

59: Bill Matherly, Oscar Pugh, Bill Nichol, Jim Goins

60: Tyler Looney, Tom Looney, Steve Jones, Scott Looney

60: Andy Lyon, Johh Bradley, David Bell, Dalton Bell

Second flight

61: Bill Heidle, Bruce Evans, Poncho Fuentes, Ken Corrals

62: Anthony Williams, Gerald Williams, Travis Dixon, Mike Galleger

62: Bill Hawes, Tom Sawyer, Jim Lamb, Dave Ferkol

63: Jeff Shaw, Randel Trevena, Ligue Wisdom, Reed Shaw

63: Randy Speich, Caleb Goss, Tim Cox, Wayne Brown

64: Debbie Jones, Ann Looney, Janet Brooker, Sharon Kington

64: Jason Siltton, Blake Garrison, Brad Wyatt, Randal Boston

65: Ed Yoder, Dave Sutton, Bill Sutton, Paul Yoder

65: Everett Cook, Bill Roberts, David Rollins

68: Judy Wilson, Mac Heston, Mary  Henneberg, Carol Hunt

72: Linda Lebreax, Carol Bennett, Joan Kupp, Sherry Lipsken

74: Karen Gammond, Mary Snell, Carol Decelles, M. E. Demet

74: J. Rockwell, Bob Lewis, Jim Renick

Closest to the hole winners were Jeff Houston, No. 3; Logan Stewart, No. 6; Beth Underhill, No. 12; and Barry Lowry, No.15.

Brown Elementary would like to thank everyone who played, sponsored a hole or made a donation. Thank you for helping to better education in your community.

The hole sign sponsors were Tabor's Pawn Shop/Tabor's Furniture Warehouse, Ada Station Communication Security Division, The Property Shop, Cumberland County Bank, Shadden's, Crossville Door Company, Tri-County Equipment, Gondola's, Farm Bureau (Ivy Hillis), Farm Bureau (Gordon Atchley), Happy Sak, Be & Breakfast Kennel, CCHS boys basketball and MedEd Credit Union.

Donations were made by city of Crossville, Golf Capital Learning Center (Greg Wyatt), Cracker Barrell, Kahterine Berrier, Forte's, Chop Shop (Danielle Young), Bear Trace Cumberland Mountain, Crossville Trophy (Larry Doster), Fairfield Glade Communitiy Club and other monetary doantions from local individuals.

Brown Elementary would also like to thank the Crossville Chronicle, PEG Broadcasting and the Crossville Rotary Club.

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