Grace Dolan and Pat Kinney had 39s to lead the gross scores in the Donna Williams Memorial League at Willow Run golf Course.
Elba Lawson had a 40 and Janet Kulig a 43.
Anne Madden led the nets scores with a 31, Marge Emerling had a 34 and Brownie Eggleston and Marie Grimm had 36s.
The low putts leader was Dolan with 13.
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Vance Lauffenburger, Michelle Lauffenburger, Drew Young and Ruth Derby won the weekly Couples League competition with a net 45 at Conewango Valley Country Club.
John Dale, Judy Dale, Ron Leofsky and Deb Leofsky were second with 52s.
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Steve Wintersteen had the lowest score with a 33 and a birdie in the Tuesday Night Men's League at Cassadaga Country Club.
Don House and Rod Lind tied for second place with 35s while Brad Kelly birdied No. 1 and Tim Bulger No. 8.
Barry Wilcox drilled a 26 net and Sean Fenton was the closest to No. 6.
Darren Mangine 36, John Crossley 37, Todd Fenton, Brad Kelly 37, Don Cornell 38, Tom Gauronski 38, Sean Helmer 38, Ron Mason 38, Brenton Wilcox 38, Scott Smith 39, Barry Wilcox 39.
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Marsha Gastol and Cheryl Johnson shot 43 gross and Helen Adams a 31 net in Class A of the Wednesday Morning Ladies League at Willow Run Golf Course.
Fran McCarren had a 46 gross and Mimi Huffman a 37 net in Class B.
Peggy Cross delivered a 52 gross and Ruby Harp a 34 net in Class B.
Kathy Yaw had the fewest putts with 15 and the ladies used the men's tees.
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Tim Bulger hit a 35 in the Monday Night Men's League at Cassadaga Country Club.
Fred Chamberlin was in second with a 38 while Andy Snyder birdied No. 5 and Greg Wise birdied No. 9.
Bruce Kaus had a 30 net and Allen Chase was the closet to the pin on No. 6.
Dan Butts 39, Don Meder 39, Bruce Kaus 40, Matt Wallace 40, Mark Wallace 41, Frank Issler 42, Brad Blizzard 43, Randy Butts 43, Harry Eppinger 43, Doug Sterling 43.
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Hallie Dubia shot an 85 gross and Betsy Senger a 71 net for 18 holes of Ladies League at Conewango Valley Country Club.
For nine holes, the same two were the leaders with Dubia shooting a 44 and Senger a 35 in Flight 1.
Marlene Sandberg won the special event with a five.
Judy Dale led the Flight 2 with a 95 gross and Joyce Puleo and Sally Steele tied for net honors with a 77 for 18 holes.
Dale was also the leader for nine holes with a 48 gross and Tammy Jensen had a 37.
Michelle Lauffenburger had a two to win the special event.
Leslie Baldensperger had a 120 gross and Deb Leofsky a 90 net for 18 holes in Flight 3.
Pat Phillips was the pacesetter with a 57 gross and Ruth Derby a 38 net for nine holes while Ruth Leins won special event with a three.
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Norm Button and Carl Sandstrom fired 41s to set the pace in the Wednesday Morning Men's League at Timber Creek Golf Course.
Bob Michael 43, Jim Raistrick 43, Bruce Brightman 44, Bob Sargent 44, Bob Causebrook 45, John Haller 45, Bruce Myers 45, Mike Sard 45, Lee Pike 46, Chuck Vesotski 46.
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Tim Reed and Larry Webb carded 43s to be the frontrunners in the Wednesday Night Men's League at Timber Creek.
Roger Kent 44, Brad Houghwot 44, Mike Yuchnitz 45, Scott Anderson 45, Keith Smith 45, Nate Short 46, Kelby Feldt 46, Craig Burch 46.
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Sally Scalise and Sandy Calalesina finished with 28 points to claim the top spot as play concluded in the Thursday Night Ladies League at Moon Brook Country Club.
Emily O'Neill and Ann Aversa were second with 24 points and Diana Ordines and Sheryl Johnson were third with 24 points.
Laura Guzmer-Lisa Johnson 19, Kim Meabon-Paula Morris 19, Pam Shay-Robin Michos 19, Nancy Larson-Lorraine Diggs 19, Lunn Gruel-Christy Brecht 18, Brenda Tarana-Kelly Dawson 14, Lori McGowan-Kathi Ames 14, Carol Cardinale-Debbie Dietrick 13, Judy Grayber-Sue Manitta 10, Sue Moran-Sandy Cannone 7, Terri Toter-Beth Hocking 6.
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Jerry Bancroft posted a 73 to earn the 18-hole low individual low gross honor in Men's Day golf action at Conewango Valley Country Club on Thursday.
In 18-hole best-ball results, Gary Baldensperger and John Bevevino and Rick Bakewell and Paul Frantangelo tied for the top spot with 62s and Jim Falvo and Ang Cusimano and Gary Evans and Jim Pullan shared second with 64s.
As for nine-hole best-ball, it was John Carlson and Drew Young securing first place with 29 and Duane Vicini and Pat Farrell in second with 31.
In the Nicklaus Flight, Bancroft was tops with 35 and Don Dubia took second with 37. Bill Andrews won the special event.
Baldensperger won the Woods Flight with 39 and Mike Barber was second with 40 and Jim Pierce was the special event winner.
Bob McGinn placed first in the Snead Flight with 41 and Bill Schuver was a stroke behind with 42. Shawn Baldenspeger won the special event.
In the Hogan Flight, John Villella took first with 42 and Jim Falvo and John Carson tied for second with 44s. Bill Mahan, Dave Gerringer, Brian Durmaine and Drew Young shared the special event title.
Paul Frantangelo and Tim Huber tied for first place in the Palmer Flight with 49s, Pat Farrell shot 50 for second and Charles MacKenzie, Bill Jones and Mark Donick shared the crown in the special event.
Cheryl Andrews and Janice Brown each carded 39s to lead the Parteers Golf League at Willow Run Golf Course.
Linda Smith and Brenda Wiedenhofer each shot 41s, LuAnn DeFrisco, Sharon Casselman and Susan McLorg-Moore all had 42s, Susie Stuart fired a 43, Christina Anderson had 44 and Sandy Pratt and Sue Vincent each shot 47s.
In the Snap Fitness Golf League at Willow Run Golf Course, Angie Giuffre led the scoring with 39.
Bonnie Harlow had 41, Kerry Coan shot 43, Susan Spillane had 45, Janet Kulig and Brownie Eggleston each carded a 46, Marie Grimm and Connie Spas both shot 51s and Wanda Southern shot a 52.
Anne Smith took medalist honors with a 38 as the final night of the Tuesday Night Ladies League at South Hills Country Club concluded.
Smith teamed up with Cindy Reiss, Diane Carlos and Mel Liddie to take first place in the end-of-year tournament. Donna Holmes, Marsha Anderson, Linda Smith and Sharon Dowd finished in second and Lynn Radack, Tracey Heeden, Dea Soldano and Kristy Moore were third.
Carlos was closest to the line, Liddie was closest to the pin, Holmes had the longest drive to the creek and Judy Scalise won the diamond-in-the-rough award.
Pat Weeks 43, Lynn Radack 44, Sally Buffone 45, Nancy Philbrick 46, Sue Turnquist 48, Donna Breen 48, Gretchen Nasman 48, Donna Holmes 48, Sharon Dowd 48, Shirley Smith 48, Marcia Matteo 49, Diane Carlos 49, Linda Smith 50, Kristy Moore 50, Marty Carcione 51, Jean Anderson 51, Jan Schepis 52, Patty Lundin 53, Mel Liddie 53, Sue Fulford 54, June Kent 55, Dea Soldano 55.
In the Thursday Senior League at South Hills Country Club, Bill McKee had a 72 to earn scoring honors, Rex Wissman carded a 77, Roger Milspaw, Steve Bishop and Tim Silk each had 78s while Al Woodard, Gary Clark, Randy Grey, Bob Howe and Ed Westerling each shot 79s.
June Kent and Joan Warner each shot 39s to lead the Willowettes Golf League at Willow Run Golf Course.
Kent also had a birdie while Elba Lawson, Nancy Cummings and Gail Winters each carded 42s.
Nordine also collected a birdie.
Elba Lawson 42, Sue Spillane 43, Rachel Nordine 44, Janet Kulig 44, Nancy Cummings 45, Gail Winters 45, Pat Kinney 45.
Robin Kayner took medalist honors with a 45 to pace the Tuesday Night Ladies League at Bemus Point Golf Club.
Jan Murray and Toni Gustafson tied for low net with 35s, Murray earned high points with 8.50 and she tied Pat Ruttenbur for fewest putts with 15.
Donna Germain 46, Toni Gustafson 47, Jody Cheney 47, Eileen Jowett 48, Beth Ward 49, Becky Carlson 49, Barb Johnson 50, Jan Murray 50, Mary Grace Guarino 51, Diane Lucey 51, Laurie Beaton 51, Lorraine Steen 52, Vicki Boughton 52, Jenna Head 53, Pat Ruttenbur 53, Jen Garrett 54, Kay Johnson 54, Kathy Ahlstrom 54.