High Point Construction takes early second-quarter lead in men’s golf

TENNERTON – High Point Construction is off to a fantastic start to the second quarter in Buckhannon Country Club Bob Cupp Memorial League play.

High Point Construction won a dominant 28-10 victory over Feola’s Flowers to open a four-point lead.

Sealcoat Concepts and Sam’s Pizza both rest in second place.

Sealcoat Concepts downed First Community Bank by a 24-16 margin while Sam’s Pizza beat Custom Cabinets by a 24-10 score.

Hank Ellis Insurance landed in fourth place to start the second quarter with a 23 1/2-16 ½ win over Baker Tilly.

Highland Landscaping is fifth after a 22-14 victory over Lisa Cain Edward Jones.

Doug Garrett of Hank Ellis Insurance earned Low Actual honors with a 38 while Chris Zickefoose of Hank Ellis Insurance picked up Low Net honors with a 30.

The standings, top performers, and next week’s schedule:


Team                                 Points

1. High Point Construction 28

2. Sealcoat Concepts 24

3. Sam’s Pizza 24

4. Hank Ellis Insurance 23 ½

5. Highland Landscaping 22

6. Baker Tilly 16 ½

7. First Community Bank 16

8. Lisa Cain Edward Jones 14

9. Custom Cabinets 10

10. Feola’s Flowers 10

Low Actual – Par 35

Doug Garrett, Hank Ellis Insurance 38

Chris Zickefoose, Hank Ellis Insurance 39

Brian Gaudet, High Point Construction 39

John Moss, Sam’s Pizza 40

Kenny Tenney, Baker Tilly 40

Stephen Jeran, Sealcoat Concepts 40

Dave Pitcher, High Point Construction 40

Low Net – Par 35

Chris Zickefoose, Hank Ellis Insurance 30

J. D. Curry, First Community Bank 31

Brian McDaniels, Sealcoat Concepts 31

Brian Gaudet, High Point Construction 33

Paul Dibiccari, Baker Tilly 33

Jimmy Squires, Sam’s Pizza 33

Bob Jack, High Point Construction 33

This Week’s Schedule

Custom Cabinets vs. Baker Tilly

Lisa Cain Edward Jones vs. Sam’s Pizza

Feola’s Flowers vs. First Community Bank

Hank Ellis Insurance vs. High Point Construction

Highland Landscaping vs. Sealcoat Concepts

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