In the final week of the first half of league, leaders S&N Concrete dropped their team match-up by a score of 21-19. It didn’t matter, however, as they still won the first half of league by 5.5 points over Carmel’s Sports Bar.
Richie Potvin led S&N with a 6.5 point win, followed by Wade Johnson, who won his match 6-4. Brian Robbins of S&N shot 39, but it wasn’t enough to beat James Van Vynck, who won the match 6.5-3.5 with a round of 37.
Carmel’s had three of four players win individual matches and a 23-point team performance, but the 9.5 point gap was too much to overcome.
Longfellow’s (129.5) and Cedar Park/Carmel’s (129) overtook ACC Pro Shop to finish in third and fourth. A 16.5-point week from the ACC dropped them into fifth place with 128 points in the half.
Mark Hodges earned his second low gross honor of the season with a 2-under par round of 34. Hodges moved 3-under par at one point, but a late birdie pushed him back to -2 on the night.
Joe Reisenauer fired off a net score of 29 to win the low net. The 17-handicapper fired off an impressive 1-over 37 to beat out a couple other golfers.
Frank Moreni hit an approach shot on hole No. 13 with Lionel Messi-like accuracy, lipping out his second on the par-4 and winning the closest to the pin contest on the night.
Van Vynck, who won his match and was in the running for low net, had one of the night’s two deuces. Steve Tuss had the other deuce and won his individual match 7-3.