Bulletin board: Sherry Chaffee among winners at CCG Women’s League

Richard “Rock” Rockstroh watches partner Susan McDonald putt on the first hole at the Country Club of Greenfield during 18-Hole Women’s League play on Tuesday.

Richard “Rock” Rockstroh watches partner Susan McDonald putt on the first hole at the Country Club of Greenfield during 18-Hole Women’s League play on Tuesday. STAFF PHOTO/PAUL FRANZ

Barry Dow helps partner Margo Worden line up her putt on the first hole at the Country Club of Greenfield during 18-Hole Women’s League play on Tuesday.

Barry Dow helps partner Margo Worden line up her putt on the first hole at the Country Club of Greenfield during 18-Hole Women’s League play on Tuesday. STAFF PHOTO/PAUL FRANZ

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Published: 07-09-2024 8:00 PM

Modified: 07-09-2024 8:45 PM


In the Monday night Women’s 9-Hole League at the Country Club of Greenfield, Sherry Chaffee notched a 29 to earn low honors in the Patty Berg Flight as the league played a par 4’s only event.

Diane Carme was second with a 30.

In the Nancy Lopez Flight, Nancy Robie shot 30 to lead the way with Lora Gross next at 31.

In the JoAnne Carner Flight, Lauren Corburn shot 33 to set the tone, followed by Kathy Nicoll (36).

In the Lorena Ochoa Flight, Danica Hochstetler shot 32 with Emily Jarvis next at 33.

Ann Lyman and Sally Bernard both shot 35 to win the Annika Sorenstam Flight, while Ruth Ann Weissman won the Michelle Wie Flight with a 39. Barb Morris (42), Julie Beres (42) and Bobbee Low (42) tied for second.

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JRB also received two hits apiece from Colton Yezieski, Madison Atkocaitis (two RBIs), Mariah Crossman, Megan Burlingham and Rich Ross (two RBIs).

The Liberty Tax Sharks were led by Cody Willor (three hits), Che Christi (two hits) and Matt Gibson (two hits, 2B, two RBIs).

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Bombers 17, Wolfpack 6 – Brooke Skowron and Carson Farrell had two hits and two RBIs apiece, helping the Bombers score a decisive win in the Franklin County Summer Softball League on Monday at Murphy Park.

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