Archive for Thursday, October 6, 2005

Our town sports

October 6, 2005


¢ Sandrat Run: Dave Halferty of Topeka won the men's division and Vickie Tucker of Wichita was the women's champ in Sunday's Sandrat Trail Run along the Kansas River. Age-group winners from Lawrence were Samantha Britton, Kathy Meyer, Darla Branson, Brian Daldorph, Angela Barnoskie, Steve Riley and Gene Wee.

¢ Roberts Golf Titlist: Conrad Roberts fired a three-under-par 69 and won Sunday's Jayhawk Golf Club tournament at Alvamar by eight strokes over Richard High. Chad Roesler was third with a 78. Bud Stagg and Chris Anderson each carded a 79. In net scoring, Ed Phlegar was low with a 69, followed by Frank Lewis 70, Jeff Daniels 72 and Lynn Riney 74.

¢ Francis Medals: Carol Francis of Lawrence won two gold medals in the breaststroke and four silver medals in freestyle during swimming competition at the Kansas Senior Olympics in Topeka.

¢ Dodgeball Meeting: An organizational meeting for the city's adult fall II dodgeball league will be at 7 tonight at the Community Building. Registration will close Wednesday. For information, call 832-7920 or go to

¢ Grover ace: Dan Grover used an 8-iron to ace the 147-yard No. 11 hole at Alvamar CC. Witnesses were Bobby Williams, George Bocquin and Dick Logan.

¢ Pumpkin Pursuit: The Great Pumpkin Pursuit, a 5K run and mile fun walk sponsored by TherapyWorks, will be Oct. 23 at the Clinton Lake Softball Complex. All proceeds will be used to support scholarships for a high school senior from Lawrence and Free State highs. For information, call Kaci Brutto at 749-1300 or

¢ KU Bowling: Kansas University's women placed third and the men sixth at a bowling tournament last weekend in Milwaukee. Natalie Bennett, Topeka sophomore, led the women with a 191 average and placed fifth. Chris Dilley, Overland Park senior, led the men with a 195 average and an 11th-place finish.

¢ Schmidtberger ace: Eve Schmidtberger used an 8-iron to ace the 101-yard No. 2 hole at Alvamar Country Club. Witnesses were Susan Wachter and Kathy Raccuglia.


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