Custom Cabinets has big week in Men’s Golf League

TENNERTON – Custom Cabinets had a huge week to take over first place in the Buckhannon Country Club Bob Cupp Memorial Golf League standings.

Custom Cabinets won a huge 22-12 decision over Highland Landscaping to leap frog from third place to the top spot with 76 ½ points.

High Point Construction remained in second place with an 18-15 win over UniFirst Corporation with 72 ½ points.

Sam’s Pizza moved up one spot from fourth place to third place after an 18 ½-13 victory over last week’s leader First Community Bank, who dropped from first all the way down to fifth.

Hank Ellis Insurance won an 18-16 decision over Lisa Cain Edward Jones to slide up one spot into fourth place.

In the other match of the week, Baker Tilly edged Feola’s Flowers by a 16 ½-16 score.

Mike Tenney of Baker Tilly took home Low Actual honors with a 37 while Tenney, Roger Abel of Custom Cabinets, Dave Alkire of High Point Construction and Brian McDaniels of Sam’s Pizza all tied for Low Net honors with 32s.

The standings, top individuals performances and this week’s schedule:


Team Points

1. Custom Cabinets 76 ½

2. High Point Construction 72 ½

3. Sam’s Pizza 71

4. Hank Ellis Insurance 69 ½

5. First Community Bank 68

6. Baker Tilly 65 ½

7. Highland Landscaping 63 ½

8. Feola’s Flowers 61 ½

9. Lisa Cain Edward Jones 59

10. UniFirst Corporation 52 ½

Low Actual – Par 35

Mike Tenney, Baker Tilly 37

Howard Feola, Feola’s Flowers 38

Dave Pitcher, High Point Construction 39

John Moss, Custom Cabinets 39

Steve Jeran, Hank Ellis Insurance 39

Low Net – Par 35

Mike Tenney, Baker Tilly 32

Roger Abel, Custom Cabinets 32

Dave Alkire, High Point Construction 32

Brian McDaniels, Sam’s Pizza 32

This Week’s Schedule

First Community Bank vs. UniFirst Corporation

Baker Tilly vs. Hank Ellis Insurance

 Lisa Cain Edward Jones vs. Highland Landscaping

 Custom Cabinets vs. Sam’s Pizza

 Feola’s Flowers vs. High Point Construction

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