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Fri, Oct. 18



ELEVEN PITCHERS COMPETED in the Cal Cordes Singles Tournament on Saturday, June 11, at the Watson Lake Horseshoe Complex in Prescott. Winning results from the finals were as follows. In the Class A Division, Steve Ochoa of Dewey placed first, followed by runner-up Gary Schalberg of Kingman and third-place finisher Doug Strong of Phoenix. In the Class B Division, Sherri Ochoa of Dewey took first, followed by runner-up Terry Sloan of Prescott Valley and third-place finisher Gary Carter of Prescott.


THE ANTELOPE HILLS MEN’S Golf Club played its June 13 tournament on the South Course at Antelope Hills in Prescott. The format was 4-Man ‘1, 2, 3 Scoring,’ in which the total lowest gross and net score(s) count for the par 3s, 4s and 5s. In the first flight, the team of Charley Shipman, Ken Brack, Tom Tietz and Hank Engert took low gross. Low net went to Fred Laskowski, Jim Sygitowicz, Durwood Nixon and Barry Tull. In the second flight, Wayne Glasscock, Steve McKeen, Tom Collins and Chuck Baizel shot a low gross, with Herb Keeling, Jim Brewer, Bill Huth and Ron Weiss coming in with low net. In the third flight, Al Durfee, Gene Parrino, Ray Eccleston and Mike Elia fired low gross, followed by Bryan Elliott, Bill Reimers, Steve Sauer and Tedd Peck with low net. In the fourth flight, Jack Owen, Dean Waldenberger, Ted Arey and Tay Tanner grabbed low gross, with low net going to Bill Bailey, Mike Sherman, Bill Carmichael and Norm Pierson.

On June 15, the Club played its away tournament at Prescott Golf and Country Club with 57 players in the format of ‘Medal Play, Closest to the Pin & Skins,’ which required three flights. In the first flight, shooting a low gross of 72 was Brad Brightwell, with a low net of 66 going to Jack Marr. In the second flight, Don Clark’s 84 was good for low gross, with Andy Ozols taking low net with a 67. In the third flight, 89 was good for low gross by Stephen Sauer, while a low net of 69 went to Larry Richey. Closest to the Pin winners were Ed Gillam, Fred Laskowski, Perry Huyck and Herb Keeling. In addition, 18 players collected one or more skins, awarded in both gross and net categories in all three flights. To join the Antelope Hills Men’s Golf Club, which is having its membership drive, visit or call 928-499-7788.


AT THE MILE HIGH BASEBALL SCHOOL OVERNIGHT CAMP July 17-20 at Roughrider Park in Prescott, campers ages 10-18 will learn skills from a new perspective with a fresh, dynamic approach to teaching baseball. The fee for campers who will be commuting to camp is $175. The fee for campers staying overnight is $400. For more information, call Yavapai College assistant baseball coach Kyle Wise at 928-776-2292 or email him at: Or visit

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