Custom Cabinets widens lead in Men’s Golf League

TENNERTON – With the second quarter in full swing of the Buckhannon Country Club Bob Cupp Memorial Golf League, Custom Cabinets continues to build on its lead.

With a dominating 20-12 win over High Point Construction, Custom Cabinets now has 82 ½ points and a 7 ½ point lead over second-place UniFirst Corporation.

High Point Construction dropped into fourth place after the loss after being in third last week.

UniFirst Corporation defeated Hank Ellis Insurance by a 19-16 score to maintain their second-place spot this week as they have 75 points.

Baker Tilly moved into third place after being fourth last week despite a 16 ½-16 ½ tie with Sam’s Pizza.

The big mover in the standings this week was Feola’s Flowers who jumped five spots from last place to fifth with a 20 ½-14 ¼ victory over Lisa Cain Edward Jones.

The other outing of the week saw Highland Landscaping pick up a 20-10 ½ win over First Community Bank.

John Moss of Custon Cabinets brought home Low Actual honors with a 38 while Chris Zickefoose of Feola’s Flowers carded a 31 for Low Net honors.

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

Standings

Team Points

 1. Custom Cabinets 82 ½

 2. UniFirst Corporation 75

3. Baker Tilly 69

 4. High Point Construction 66 ½

 5. Feola’s Flowers 65 ½

6. Highland Landscaping 65

7. Hank Ellis Insurance 64 ½

8. Sam’s Pizza 62

9. Lisa Cain Edward Jones 60 ½

10. First Community Bank 58 ½

 Low Actual – Par 36

John Moss, Custom Cabinets 38

Howard Feola, Feola’s Flowers 39

John Cale, UniFirst Corporation 39

Bobby Gompers, Highland Landscaping 39

Low Net – Par 36

Chris Zickefoose, Feola’s Flowers 31

John Cale, UniFirst Corporation 32

Bobby Gompers, Highland Landscaping 32

Carl Chidester, Highland Landscaping 32

Brian Gaudet, Hank Ellis Insurance 32

 Aaron Critchfield, High Point Construction 33

 This Week’s Schedule

Feola’s Flowers vs. Highland Landscaping

High Point Construction vs. Baker Tilly

First Community Bank vs. Custom Cabinets

Lisa Cain Edward Jones vs. UniFirst Corporation

Sam’s Pizza vs. Hank Ellis Insurance

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