Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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July 1, 2013

Stewart wins county medal play crown

Forty-nine men and women participated in the first Cumberland County Medal Play Tournament at Heatherhurst Golf Club and sponsored by the city of Crossville.

CCHS senior Logan Stewart won the scratch division over former Jet Jordan Vance by a single stroke. Stewart finished the tournament with a three-under-par 141, while Vance carded a two-under-par 142. Stewart and Vance were tied following Saturday's opening round at even-par 72, but Stewart shot a three-under-par 69 on Sunday, while Vance fired a two-under-par 70.

Steve Kehrer finished with a four-over-par 146 (74-72) and Terry Levix was fourth at 148 (73-75).

Ben Brooks won the handicap division with a 17-under-par 127 (61-66), followed by Stan Courtney at 140 (71-69) and David Hickey with a 142 (67-75).

Howard Swan won the super senior handicap division with a 127 (64-63), with Paul Davis finishing second at 132 (68-64). Dave St. Aubin won a scorecard playoff for third place over Eddie Liskovec and Chuck Northam. All three finished with 133.

Chris Kencitzski won the women's fight with a 128 (61-67), with Lani Roberts second at 136 (67-69) and Fran Hopp third at 142 (72-70).

Heatherhurst professional Jeff Houston thanked the city of Crossville for supplying the trophies and lunch for the players.

Flight 1

141: Logan Stewart

142: Jordan Vance

146: Steve Kehrer

148: Terry Levix

152: Jeff McCoy

152: Don Soldon

155: Tony Cox

159: Mark Tullar

162: Brad Davis

171: Bruce Evans

174: Jeff Heston

WD: Kyle Jackman

Flight 2

127: Ben Brooks

140: Stan Courtney

141: David Hickey

142: Pancho Fuentes

143: John Wigington

143: Walt Renton

144: Dennis Robak

145: Rich Monaghan

147: Gary Lively

150: Mike Dalton

Flight 3

127: Howard Swan

132: Paul Davis

133: Dave St. Aubin

133: Eddie Liskovec

133: Chuck Northam

139: Dick Stoner

142: John Partain

144: John Manningham

145: Roger Thackston

147: Gerry Tucker

Flight 4

128: Chris Kenchitzski

136: Lani Roberts

142: Fran Hopp

144: Tersa Lively

145: Mary Alice Heston

149: Norma Miszklevitz

154: Leslie Letner

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