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Sports Briefly: Local golf results


THE FORMAT AT QUAILWOOD GREENS Men’s Club was ‘4-Man Cha, Cha, Cha’ Oct. 26 on the course near Dewey. The winners were: 1st place – Walker Loop, Jude Didondi, Gail Davis and Greg Schumacher; 2nd place – Moe Peloquin, Jerry McMann, Ron Klien and Ed Haga; 3rd place – Stewart Hopkins, Darryll Walton, Stan Skura and Dave Baker. 4th place – Dale Hunt, Dick Case, Larry Clark and Kevin Kobus. Closest to the Pin winners were: Jack Lambert (hole No. 2), Bob Meuers (No. 3), John Decker (No. 5), Jerry McMann (No. 7), Walker Loop (Nos. 11 and 13) and Dale Hunt (No. 16).

ANTELOPE HILLS LADIES’ GOLF ASSOCIATION play of the day was ‘ABCD Halloween Game’ on the North Course in Prescott Oct. 27. Winners were as follows. The team of Shary Koch, Anne Pursel, Greta Burbridge and Dorothy Swehla won with a total score of 132. Placing second was the team of Judi Meinholz, Karen Jennings, Barbara Rice and Kathy Wherley (137 score). Placing third was the team of Suzanne Springer, Jackie Schiller, Bev Peck and Linda Ostman (140). Tying for fourth were the teams of Joyce Bourgeois, Barbara Hoffnagle and Nancy Clark, and Gayle Rendleman, Ann Davis and Marsha Hicks (144). Closest to the pin winners were Cathy Filipinetti (hole No. 8) and Karen Jennings (No. 16). Low gross of the week went to Suzanne Springer (86 score) and low net of the week went to Dorothy Swehla (67).

THE ANTELOPE HILLS MEN’S GOLF CLUB played its Oct. 24 tournament on the South Course at Antelope Hills in Prescott using the ‘Stableford Format,’ which awards points for pars, birdies and eagles. In the first flight, the high gross went to Ken Brack, followed by Perry Huyck with high net. In the second flight, Leon Kelly shot a high gross, with high net going to Ken Gambill. In the third flight, high gross was captured by Ray Tanner, with a high net fired by Bryan Elliott. On Oct. 26, the Club played its tournament on the South Course, with the format being medal play. In the first flight, Ken Brack fired a 72 for low gross. Dan Medina took low net with a 68, followed by Joe Gouveia. In the second flight, Bill Huth shot a 78 for low gross, with Bill Reimers taking second. A low net of 69 went to Chuck Ishcomer, followed by Jim Heuerman. In the third flight, 82 was good for low gross by Saul Fein, followed by Garland Miner. Frank Arruda took low net with a 67, as Jim Knight came in second. In the fourth flight, Bryan Elliott fired a 90 for low gross, followed by Don Mrochek. Taking low net with a 70 was Ken Broughton, followed by Fred Bursey. The Antelope Hills Men’s Club is having its membership drive. To join, visit or call 928-499-7788.


BOWLERS!!! The Senior League that meets at 1 p.m. on Wednesdays at Antelope Lanes in Prescott Valley needs two bowlers. For more information, call Antelope Lanes at 928-772-7331 or the league secretary at 928-775-3746. Come join in on the fun.


THE NORTHERN ARIZONA SUNS NBA D-LEAGUE team, playing its inaugural season in 2016-17, announced that it will host a preseason game against the Los Angeles D-Fenders at noon Sunday, Nov. 6, at Prescott Valley Event Center. The game is open to the public and free for fans to attend. Seating will be general admission in the lower sections, excluding courtside seats. Fans will also have the opportunity to participate in a 30-minute post-game autograph session with both teams. This will be the first of a home-and-home series, when the D-Fenders host the NAZ Suns during preseason next year. Last season the D-Fenders went 27-23 in the regular season and came within one game of taking home their first-ever championship. The 2016 NBA D-League Draft will be held at noon Sunday, Oct. 30. The six-round event is set to feature more than 200 draft-eligible players. Training camp will open the following day on Nov. 1.


PRESCOTT VALLEY PARKS & RECREATION will continue its ‘Be a Better Basketball Player’ clinic on Tuesdays and Thursdays through mid-December at the Bradshaw Mountain High East Gym on Robert Road. Hoops instructor Roy Jenkins operates the clinic, which focuses on shooting and other basketball fundamentals. Remaining dates include Nov. 8-10 and 15-17; and Dec. 1, 6, 8, 12, 14 and 16. Times on those days will go from 5 to 6:15 p.m. for boys and girls ages 7-12 and from 6:15 to 7:30 p.m. for boys and girls ages 13-17. Cost per player is $24 per six-class session. To register, stop by Prescott Valley Parks and Rec, 7501 E. Civic Circle (third-floor office) or call 928-759-3090.


THE NORTHERN ARIZONA SUNS NBA D-LEAGUE basketball franchise has announced that single-game tickets for all 2016-17 home games are on sale for the general public. Fans can buy single-game tickets online at, call 1-800-745-3000 or visit the Prescott Valley Event Center box office. Tickets start at $9. The NAZ Suns tip off the 2016-17 season, their inaugural campaign in Prescott Valley, when they host the Iowa Energy at PV Event Center at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12. The NAZ Suns will open the regular season with 11 of their first 15 games at home. Groups of 10 or more are eligible to receive discounted tickets to any NAZ Suns home game by calling 928-772-SUNS. The team will also host a variety of theme nights at PV Event Center during the 2016-17 campaign, including Faith and Family Night, NASCAR Night and Education Day. Fans can visit throughout the season for the latest information regarding theme nights and promotional giveaways. Fans interested in full- or half-season memberships can secure their seats at or by calling 928-772-SUNS. Season packages start as low as $192 per seat.


THE PRESCOTT PATRIOTS Arizona Football League (AzFL) team is forming now for players 18 and older in Prescott, Prescott Valley and Chino Valley. All positions are open, but you must have your own equipment. The 2016-17 season will run from January through May. The Patriots, an amateur 11-man Club tackle football team, is owned by Shane Golay of Prescott. For more information, call Golay at 928-460-3734 or visit Games will be played in Prescott and Phoenix. The AzFL was established in 1994 to offer players a chance to stay in the game after high school or college. They can play in the AzFL and all of their game video is put online for coaches to watch. AzFL players stay eligible to play collegiately. Most who play in the AzFL are in it for a chance to put the pads back on and hit someone as a weekend warrior. Their school, jobs and families come first. The teams practice once or twice a week. All of the games are played on Saturdays. For more info, visit or You may also contact Kevin Pakos by mail at Arizona Football League AzFL, 9524 W. Camelback Road C130 #133, Glendale, AZ 85305, or call him at 623-939-4877.

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