TENNERTON – First Community Bank maintained the top spot in the Buckhannon Country Club Bob Cupp Memorial Golf League standings despite suffering a setback in week three of the third quarter (week 13 overall).
First Community Bank suffered an 18 ½-18 setback to second place High Point Construction but stayed in first place with 55 points while High Point Construction is right behind with 54 ½ points.
Custom Cabinets earned a huge 19 ½-9 ½ victory over UniFirst Corporation to slide into a second-place tie with High Point Construction with 54 ½ points.
Sam’s Pizza also had a huge win knocking off Feola’s Flowers by a 19-13 score to move up one spot into fourth place with 52 ½ points.
Highland Landscaping and Hank Ellis Insurance are now in a tie for fifth place after Highland Landscaping won the head-to-head by a 20-17 count.
The other match of the week was Baker Tilly beating Lisa Cain Edward Jones by an 18 ½-11 ½ score.
There was a four-way tie for Low Actual honors as John Mathias of Sam’s Pizza, Mike Feola of First Community Bank and Chris Brady and Jimmy Dean, both of Highland Landscaping, all had 39s.
Feola brought home Low Net honors with a 30.
The standings, top individual performances and this week’s schedule:
1. First Community Bank 55
2. High Point Construction 54 ½
3. Custom Cabinets 54 ½
4. Sam’s Pizza 52 ½
5. Hank Ellis Insurance 51 ½
6. Highland Landscaping 51 ½
7. Baker Tilly 49
8. Feola’s Flowers 45 ½
9. Lisa Cain Edward Jones 43
10. UniFirst Corporation 37 ½
Low Actual – Par 36
John Mathias, Sam’s Pizza 39
Mike Feola, First Community Bank 39
Chris Brady, Highland Landscaping 39
Jimmy Dean, Highland Landscaping 39
Low Net – Par 36
Mike Feola, First Community Bank 30
Dave Alkire, High Point Construction 31
Carl Chidester, Highland Landscaping 31
John Mathias, Sam’s Pizza 32
Dusty Zickefoose, Hank Ellis Insurance 32
This Week’s Schedule
Hank Ellis Insurance vs. Lisa Cain Edward Jones
Custom Cabinets vs. Highland Landscaping
UniFirst Corporation vs. High Point Construction
Baker Tilly vs. Feola’s Flowers