LUDLOW - June 22 marked the midway point for the Men's League at Okemo Valley Golf Club. Grabbing the top spot for the first time this season was the Stryhas Builders team. Ted Stryhas, Bill Bruno, Craig Peters and Tim Faulkner combined for 25 holes won.
The second spot went to Built Rite Manufacturing as Mark Falango, John Taylor, Curtis Conover and Chuck Sweetman combined for 22 holes won, beating Green Mountain Appraisals who finished third with a match of cards.
Lou Maguire, J.P. Rousse, Tony Forte and Doug Lemire combined for 22 holes won.
Closest to the pins were Charlie Dickerrman on the 4th hole, and Doug Lemire on the 8th hole.
1st Stryhas Builders 25 holes won/15 points
2nd Built Rite MFG. 22 holes won/13 points
3rd Green Mountain Appraisals 22 holes won/11 points
4th First Line Security 21 holes won/10 points
5th M&M Excavating 19 1/2 holes won/9 points
6th Willie Dunn's 19 holes won/ 8 points
7th Irving Oil 17 holes won/ 7 points
8th Ludlow Insurance 16 1/2 holes won /6 points
9th Honey Dew Man 15 holes won/ 5 points
10th The Loft 14 holes won / 4 points
11th Sanderson Contracting 14 holes won/ 3 points
12th American Portfolios 11 holes won/ 2 points
1st Willie Dunn's 57 points
2nd Irving Oil 56 points
3rd Built Rite MFG. 54 points
4th Stryhas Builders 52 points
5th Sanderson Contracting 52 points
6th Green Mountain Appraisals 51 points
7th First Line Security 47 points
8th The Loft 45 points
9th Ludlow Insurance 44 points
10th Honey Dew Man 44 points
11th M&M Excavating 40 points
12th American Portfolios 16 points
The ladies of Okemo Valley had great weather for their June 23 league play. The format was individual low net for the A and B players, and a scramble for C and D players. There were low scores all around and the season standings have started to tighten up. On hole 6, Janet Carini won closest to the pin, while, Darlene Remy hit it to 7' 10" to win on hole 8. Ellen Currie, Martha Damone, Ann Matulonis and Leanne Haskell of Id3 Designs came in first with a score of 55. Marylou Shaw, Lorraine Hughes, Linda West and Sue Bragg of NAPA Auto Parts finished second with 63. Darlene Remy, Janet Carini, Jeanette Conderino, and Roxy Davis of RVCCC placed third with 63.