Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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June 17, 2013

Perfect weather conditions give way to good scores at annual City of Crossville Golf Tournament

CROSSVILLE — Thirty-two teams enjoyed perfect conditions last Wednesday at Lake Tansi in the City of Crossville Golf Tournament. Those conditions were reflected in the scores.

Jason Sitton, Sonja Sitton, Tom Solberg and Jeff Waldo fired a 14-under-par 58 to claim the first flight, winning by a single stroke over Brian Wyatt, Roger Potter, Kyle McShan and Steve Kotus (13-under-par 59).

It took a scorecard playoff to determine the winners in the second flight, as three teams tied at seven-under-par 65.

Eric Brady, Heath Blaylock, Mark Houston and Bob Atchley took first-place honors in the second flight over Greg Dorton, Steve White, John Bergenson and Dennis Woodsmall. Danny Plumlee, Charlie Barfield, Doug Hansen and Frank Thierry were third.

First flight

58: Jason Sitton, Sonja Sitton, Tom Solberg, Jeff Waldo

59: Brian Wyatt, Roger Potter, Kyle McShan, Steve Kotus

60: Craig Wyatt, Kyle Turner, Ed Barnwell, Ernest Barnwell

61: Keith McCoy, Gary Mullin, Ty Ballenger, Chris Melhorn

61: Milton Brady, Josh VanWinkle, Bruce Garwood, Roger Rediker

62: Conley Dykes, Roger Thackston, John Lawry, Chuck Sullins

62: Dale Houston, Bill Moon, Jim Hatler, Kyle Houston

62: Ken Deadmon, Paul Dixon, Lee Garner, Mike Givens

62: Mark Witt, Jordan Witt, Stone McCoy, Dustin Killeen

63: Danny Wyatt, Brad Wyatt, Randy Boston, Blake Garrison

63: Sonny Poland, Eddie Liskovec, Everett Cook, Bill Nicoll

63: Darian Dykes, Jim Hillborn, Martin Cross, Spencer Cross

63: Gary Lively, Tersa Lively, Tim Jones, Jack Moore

64: Vince Jozwiak, Jim Calvert, Don Werner, Paul Street

64: Pat Eberhart, Rocky Gora, Robert Parsons, Jake Randall

64: Dwight Wages, Ann Looney, Don Luthy, Mark Wennermark

64: Mike Dalton, Gerald Brewer, Tommy Waltman, Lane Tollett

Second flight

65: Eric Brady, Heath Blaylock, Mark Houston, Bob Atchley

65: Greg Dorton, Steve White, John Bergenson, Denny Woodsmall

65: Danny Plumlee, Charlie Barfield, Doug Hansen, Frank Thierry

66: Kyle Dunn, Karen D'Agostino, Jim Goins, Bill Matherly

66: Keith Hill, David Phillips, Austin Phillips, Joe Lackey

66: Steve Hill, Jerry Kerley, Joe Kerley, Tori Harris

67: Tom Houston, Jerry Burkhart, Tony Temple, James Goodwin

67: Chris Bennett, Steve Johnson, Tyler Bennett, David East

67: Jerry Scarbrough, Spencer Scarbrough, Heath Scarbrough, Abe Wilson

69: Steve Gale, Dean Farley, Nathan Potter, Kevin Matherly

69: Dave Sutton, Bill Sutton, Jim Hellem, Jim Cannon

71: Darrell Sherrill, Larry Hamilton, Tyler Yoder, Dan Friel

72: Kyle Eldridge, Jake Randall, Lindsey Smith, John Eldridge

73: Paul Moyer, Rich Interval, Frank Fittchko, Terry Andrews

75: Rick Houston, Tony Davis, Sam Sherrill, Tayler Houston

Special awards for closest to the pin went to Mark Witt, No. 3; Tori Harris, No. 6; Bill Nicoll, No. 12; and David East, No. 15. Longest drive on No. 98 went to Tori Harris, while Bob Atchley had the straightest drive on No. 16.

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