Galloway and Mell lead the MHPCC League
Kathi Galloway and Dee Ann Mell tied for a gross low at 39 and a net low of 28 in the MHPCC Women’s League on Tuesday at Green Valley Golf Club.
The winning teams were 5, 6, 9 and 10.
Pitcock, Seekatz to the rhythm of the Rice-Galloway League
Jimmy Pitcock posted a low score of 31 and a net 29 in the top nine and Nate Seekatz scored a low score of 28 on back in Tuesday’s Rice-Galloway Optometry League in Green Valley.
The low net at the back was 25 by Mike Montgomery, Fred Buck and Chris Deal, and the low net team was Green Valley GC with 113.
Team results: ZHS Tipoff Club (5), Coconis Furniture (0); Ridgetop Carpentry (4.5), Bogey’s (0.5); Green Valley GC (4), Shai-Hess Real Estate (1); South Zanesville Eye Care (3.5), Kendrick Excavating (1.5); Ghost Team (3.5), Urban comfort (1.5); Liberty Home Mortgage (3), Rotor-Rooter (2); Domino’s (3), Weasel Boy (2).
Rush and Snider highlight Jones / Barr League
Shirley Rush shot 42 for a raw low and tied with Debbi Bollinger for a low net at 27 in the Edward Jones / Scott Barr Ladies League on Wednesday, May 19 at the Green Valley Golf Club.
The weekly match was the closest to No. 16, which Rush won, and the winning teams were 1, 2, 5, 6 and 9. Krystal Maziar also did a Chip-In during league play.
Cindy Snider led the league with a low gross of 40 and a low net of 22 in the league on Wednesday, May 26. Snider won the weekly game most pars, and the winning teams were 4, 5, 6, 9, and 10.
ZCC provides the results of the Ladies Aux League
The Zanesville Country Club women’s auxiliary played a team putts format on Wednesday.
The winners of the 18 holes were Lucy Cook, Janet Pompei and Betsy Thomas with 44, while second place was Connie Laplante, Thomas and Debbie Hennessey with 48 while the 9 holers were led by Joan Minning, Cindy Linn, Lisa Johnson and Darlene Allen with 62, while Marie Bolin, Ellen Nist, Linda Graham and Nancy Sarap and Maria Jamiolkowski, Susan Thompson, Connie McWherter and Marilyn Knell finished second with 66.
Nist put in the longest putt on No.11 at 9ft 2.
MVOTA organizes the Junior Pioneers trials
The Muskingum Valley Old-Timers will host Junior Pioneer Baseball Trials from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 30 at Gant Municipal Stadium.
The trials are for 18 to 22 year olds. They will play in the League and go to Johnstown, PA to play in the AAABA National Tournament. The home matches will be at Gant.
For more information, call Jay Bonifant at 740-647-2501 or Seth Thompson at 740-581-1061.
Green Valley will host a summer junior clinic
The Green Valley Junior Clinic will be held on Fridays and will last 10 weeks from June 4 to August 6. The league starts at 8 a.m. and ends at noon.
Lessons begin with 45 minutes of instruction, and the first two weeks beginner golfers will go to All Seasons to learn grip, set-up and the full swing. There will be golf flyers and favors
We’ll also discuss golf etiquette, ground rules and course management, and juniors should be accompanied by a parent, adult, or guardian to help with social distancing.
The cost is $ 144 for nine weeks and one week free if prepaid or the cost is $ 16 per week. For more information, call the Pro Shop at 740-452-7105.
Old Timers having a golf rush
The Muskingum Old-Timers Baseball Assn. will have the 29th Duane Kessler Golf Tournament for 4 at 10 a.m. on Saturday June 12 at the Green Valley Golf Course.
The cost is $ 40 per person and includes Green Fees, a free Mulligan, dinner, refreshments, and cash prizes.
For more information, call Ken Dunn at 740-452-6418 or Jim Wright at 740-453-6895.
JG CC & Track will organize a 5 km event
John Glenn Cross County and Track Boosters announce that registration is open for Fireman’s Festival 5K Walk & Run (Live & Virtual) on Saturday July 10 at New Concord. The race starts at 9 a.m. and the $ 30 registration fee includes a t-shirt for registrants.
The race is part of the annual New Concord Firefighters Festival. Registration can be found online at: http://runsignup.com/Race/OH/NewConcord/FiremansFestival5kWalkRunLiveVirtual.
Sponsorship opportunities are available and; sponsors will be recognized in promotions and racing materials, including gift bags for runners, signage and social media. Volunteers wishing to connect with community service are also needed for the event.
Proceeds from the race are donated to the John Glenn Track and Cross Country teams for equipment and training needs. COVID-19 guidelines will be followed for all participants and volunteers. For more information, contact Race Director Arianne Davis at [email protected]
Rosecrans basketball camp will take place in June
The Rosecrans basketball camp for all levels will be held June 14-17 at Rosecrans High School.
Boys and girls in Kindergarten to Grade 4 attend 10 a.m. to noon, and middle school (5 to 8) is from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. daily, while the boys-only high school camp is 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 a.m.
The cost is $ 60 per child and $ 90 for middle school boys who wish to attend the middle and high school camps.
For more information, contact Todd Rock at 740-408-1475 or 740-453-8332.
Goins Scholarship Scramble to be held
The third annual Myron and Ruth Goins Memorial Scholarship Race will be held July 18 at Fuller’s Fairways. Registration begins at 8 a.m. with a shotgun departure at 8:30 a.m.
The cost is $ 220 per team and the field is limited to 25 teams. For more information call 740-586-7032 or email [email protected]
Five scholarships will be awarded to five senior graduates prior to the event. Requirements for the scholarship are a GPA of 2.5 or higher, enrollment in a 2- or 4-year college in fall 2021, and a curriculum vitae which must include the college the student will attend and a description of goals. future.
The deadline for submitting the scholarship resume is June 30 and should be mailed to Myron and Ruth Goins Memorial Scholarship Foundation, 703 Pershing Rd., Zanesville, OH 43701.
Muskingum hosts an annual golf outing
The Sports Department at Muskingum University is hosting its annual 12:30 p.m. golf outing on July 16 at EagleSticks Golf Course. The cost is $ 100 per golfer or $ 400 per foursome and includes 18 holes of golf, drink tickets, raffles and dinner.
All proceeds will benefit Muskie’s student-athletes, and the event will feature a golf ball drop contest with $ 10 per ball for a chance to win $ 1,000 if your ball lands closest to or in the hole.
To register for the event or to purchase a golf ball for the ball drop, contact Muskingum Men’s Basketball Coach Travis Schwab at 740-826-8423 or email [email protected] You can also register online and buy balls at fightingmuskies.com and click on the Support the Muskies tab.