UniFirst holds on for fourth-quarter title in Bob Cupp Memorial Golf League

TENNERTON – Despite an 18 ½-15 loss to Baker Tilly, UniFirst Corporation held on for the fourth-quarter title by the slimmest of margins in the final week of the Buckhannon Country Club Bob Cupp Memorial Golf League.

High Point Construction defeated Lisa Cain Edward Jones by an 18-15 margin to put the pressure on UniFirst Corporation, but at the end of the day, UniFirst Corporation won the fourth-quarter title with 91 ½ points while High Point Construction finished with 91 points.

Hank Ellis Insurance placed third in the fourth-quarter standings with a huge 21-13 victory over First Community Bank.

In the other two matches of the week, Custom Cabinets downed Feola’s Flowers by a 19-17 count and Highland Landscaping beat Sam’s Pizza by a 19-14 score.

John Moss of Custom Cabinets won Low Actual honors with a 33 and Moss and Lynn Helmick of Custom Cabinets shared Low Net honors with 30s.

Hank Ellis Insurance will battle UniFirst Corporation in a semifinal match while Custom Cabinets, who won two quarter titles during the regular season, will get a bye into the championship.

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

Standings

Team Points

1. UniFirst Corporation 91 ½

2. High Point Construction 91

3. Hank Ellis Insurance 83

4. Lisa Cain Edward Jones 82 ½

5. Custom Cabinets 81 ½

6. Highland Landscaping 81 ½

7. Sam’s Pizza 81

8. Baker Tilly 80

9. Feola’s Flowers 77 ½

10. First Community Bank 74 ½

Low Actual – Par 35

John Moss, Custom Cabinets 33

Lynn Helmick, Custom Cabinets 36

Doug Garrett, UniFirst Corporation 36

Dave Pitcher, High Point Construction 37

Low Net – Par 35

John Moss, Custom Cabinets 30

Lynn Helmick, Custom Cabinets 30

Dave Pitcher, High Point Construction 31

Hank Ellis, Hank Ellis Insurance 32

Doug Garrett, UniFirst Corporation 32

This Week’s Schedule

 Hank Ellis Insurance vs. UniFirst Corporation

The winner will play Custom Cabinets for the League Championship

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