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Ladies Club announces winners

Chairpersons Judi Puttman and Jeanne Lyman recently announced the winners of the Enumclaw Ladies Golf Club’s annual Mixed-Scramble “Pie” Tournament Aug. 18 at the Enumclaw Golf Course.

Winners were:

First Flight – Handicap A

1st Gross: Annette Seydel, Sean Wetton

2nd Gross: Donna Nagel, Don Spencer

3rd Gross: Edean Ihlanfeldt, Mark Blake

Second Flight – Handicap B

1st Gross: Beth Hansen, Bob Thompson

2nd Gross: Elaine Thompson, Nels Maki

3rd Gross: Patsy Parkhurst, Gene Parkhurst

First Flight – Handicap A

1st Net: Gladys Hill, Dan Bruner

2nd Net: Virginia Hessler, Mark Machin

3rd Net: Mary Kell, Dave Boyovich

Second Flight – Handicap B

1st Net: (tie) Judi Puttman, Doug Eggen

2nd Net: (tie) Bee Evans, Conrad Majack

3rd Net: Kathy Olson, Gil Russell

Open Flight – Handicap A

1st Gross: Jamie Egan, Doug Wagner

2nd Gross: Christie Venn, Bob Sievers

Open Flight: Handicap B

1st Net: Sharon Lovinger, Denny Stucker

2nd Net: Sheila Shannon, Jeff Chalker

A dinner followed. It is tradition for members to bring pies for dessert. A raffle also took place with the grand prize, a Quinnalt Resort and Casino package, going to Pat Strom.

The tournament is the Ladies Club’s main fundraiser and continues scholarships for Enumclaw High School girls golf team members as well as maintaining other projects.

EHS football hosts golf fundraiser

Enumclaw football will host a fundraising golf tournament Aug. 20 at the Enumclaw Golf Course.

This tournament’s expected to be shotgun format with a noon start.

The cost is $65 before Sunday and $75 after. To register, go to www.enumclawfootball.com.

Hole sponsorships are available for $100. For information, contact Jill Carlson at wsufan1313@comcast.net.

For information, contact event manager Tim Podolak at 425-444-4640.

Proceeds benefit the Enumclaw football program.

Wolverines need Pee Wees, Midgets

Enumclaw Wolverine coaches Coy McElderry, Pee Wees, 11- to 14-year-olds, and Brad Finicle, Midgets, 10- to 13-year-olds, are looking for several more athletes to fill their 2010 roster. For information go to www.wolverinejuniorfootball.com or call McElderry at 206-730-5199.

Two foursomes tie for Lee victory

Inspired by Creation Festival music, Tyson Hiffman, Les Stehr, Sheila Shannon and Cathy Vorpahl tied with the team of Dan Winkel, Patsy Parkhurst, Clark Rogerson and Betty French for top honors Thursday during Lee golf action at the Enumclaw Golf Course.

Kathy Olson drive and putt that scored two separate birdies led her team, which included Don Spencer, Mary Josie and Yankee Dial, to third place.

Combat Sport brings home gold

Teams from Combat Sport and Fitness have been busy this summer.

Coach and Combat Sport and Fitness owner Jeff Hougland and Josh Calvo, one of the professionals, fought at the most recent Rumble on The Ridge at the Snoqualmie Casino. Both came home with victories, winning with first-round submissions.

July 16 and 17, about 10 students, kids and adults, competed at The Revolution at Bonney Lake High School. At the largest tournament in Washington – with more than 460 competitors from the Northwest, Oregon, Idaho and Canada – Combat Sports and Fitness combined with its sister school Foster BJJ of Kent to win the overall competition for the second year in a row and also capture first place in the no-gi competition.

Combat Sport and Fitness came home with four golds and four silver medals.

Casey Park and Paul Deveglio were no-gi winners. Stevie Williams took gold in the adult women’s gi division, Chase Hooper was a gold medalist in the gi youth division and Jack Munnell won the no-gi youth division.

Katie Lovelace earned a silver medal in the no-gi youth division. Tyson Cummingham was a third-place finisher in the gi adult division.

Three out of four members came home from competition at Highline Community College with wins.

Kahne finishes 13th at Brickyard

Kasey Kahne scored a 13th-place finish Sunday at Indianapolis’ Brickyard 400 during NASCAR Sprint Cup racing.

“We just kind of battled the same stuff most of the race and couldn’t get a real good balance,” Kahne said. “We were loose and just weren’t very good. It’s just where we were today. We got 13th and even if things happened perfectly in traffic and all that we would have maybe run 10th at best, but we just weren’t that good.”

The Top 20 finish places Kahne 17th in driver points with racing continuing Sunday from Pennsylvania.

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