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The team of Len Coleman and Tony Zielen captured the opening day event on Sunday, April 27 at Emanon Country Club. The winners carded a score of 4-under par 65. An eagle on the 18th hole proved to be the difference.

Coleman and Zielen outlasted Mike Lazevnick and John Zelonis who posted a 66. The combination of Rich Petrillo and Joe Breck produced a 67, while Len Benfante and Guy Fasciana took fourth place with a round of 69.

A total of 40 teams participated in the event on a windy, overcast day at Emanon, at which only three teams broke par.

Founders’ Day Classic is June 6

The Seventh Annual Founders’ Day Classic is scheduled to be the weekend of June 6, 7, 8 at Emanon Country Club in Falls. The format of the event is better ball of partners will all participants playing from the blue tees.

The entrance fee is $260 per team. All entrance fees are due by 6 p.m. today, June 1. Entrance fee includes lunch on Saturday, lobster or prime rib on Sunday and prizes. A Footjoy representative will be on hand at 2 p.m. on Friday. All golfers will have their choice to select one of five packages offered as part of the event. Players must claim their gift on Friday.

The number of flights will be determined by the amount of players in the field. All teams will be flighted after the completion of Saturday’s round.

A medalist team will be awarded on Friday with a $200 gift certificate. Musical entertainment is planned in the clubhouse for Saturday evening from 6 to 11.

The father-son duo of Bill and Dave Mecca won the title last year. They posted an impressive three-day total of 14-under, winning by 11 strokes.

Gavin cards hole-in-one

Jerry Gavin of Scranton recorded his sixth hole-in-one on Emanon Country Club’s 91-yard ninth hole on Wednesday using a Gap Wedge. Witnessing the shot were John O’Connor and Dave Snell.

Setbacks common at Yatesville Bocce

After a week in which three teams went undefeated, each team suffered at least one setback this week in the Yatesville Bocce League. The previously undefeated Bassler Equipment fell twice, yet still managed to remain on top of the league - only by three points over Cuz’s Bar & Grill, and eight over the Dyller Law Firm. Three teams are in a virtual logjam at the top of the table.

It was great to see league president, John Grutadauria, return to watch over the proceedings this week. Welcome back, John.

Bassler Equipment 6-2 89 points

Cuz’s Bar & Grill 6-2 86

Dyller Law Firm 6-2 81

Roberts’ Repairs 5-3 90

Blandina Apartments 5-3 69

JetSurge Power Cleaning 3-5 68

Atlas Realty 2-6 68

KWIK ‘N EZ Market 2-6 50

Old Forge Chiropractic 1-7 66

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