Custom Cabinets takes second-quarter title in Men’s Golf League

TENNERTON – Custom Cabinets suffered a 16 ½-15 setback to First Community Bank Wednesday evening but still held on to take the second-quarter title in the Buckhannon Country Club Bob Cupp Memorial Golf League.

Custom Cabinets easily won the title with 97 ½ points.

UniFirst Corporation, who suffered a 18 ½-15 loss to Lisa Cain Edward Jones, finished in a distant second place with 90 points.

Baker Tilly dropped an 18-17 ½ decision to High Point Construction to land in third place with 86 ½ points while High Point Construction placed fourth with 84 ½ points.

In the other two matches of the week, first-quarter winner Hank Ellis Insurance downed Sam’s Pizza by a 19-14 score to finish fifth and Feola’s Flowers tied Highland Landscaping by a 17-17 count to finish in sixth place.

Steve Jeran of Hank Ellis Insurance earned both Low Actual honors with a 35 and Low Net honors with a 30.

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


Team Points

1. Custom Cabinets 97 ½

2. UniFirst Corporation 90

3. Baker Tilly 86 ½

4. High Point Construction 84 ½

5. Hank Ellis Insurance 83 ½

6. Feola’s Flowers 82 ½

7. Highland Landscaping 82

8. Lisa Cain Edward Jones 79

9. Sam’s Pizza 76

10. First Community Bank 75

Low Actual – Par 35

Steve Jeran, Hank Ellis Insurance 35

Howard Feola, Feola’s Flowers 37

Mike Tenney, Baker Tilly 37

Kenny Tenney, Sam’s Pizza 38

Low Net – Par 35

Steve Jeran, Hank Ellis Insurance 30

Mike Tenney, Baker Tilly 31

Carl Chidester, Highland Landscaping 31

Howard Feola, Feola’s Flowers 32

David Pitcher, High Point Construction 32

David Watts, High Point Construction 32

Danny Hinzman, Lisa Cain Edward Jones 32

This Week’s Schedule

Lisa Cain Edward Jones vs. High Point Construction

Feola’s Flowers vs. Custom Cabinets

Highland Landscaping vs. Sam’s Pizza

First Community Bank vs. Hank Ellis Insurance

UniFirst Corporation vs. Baker Tilly

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