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Posted:  7/18/14

Seniors’ Results

Reggie Parker of Ekwanok won her seventh Seniors' Championship Thursday at Manchester Country Club by a convincing 16-stroke margin. Reggie put together two fine rounds of 72 and 75 for a 147 total. Terry Boyce of Killington was second at 163. Patti Haas of Killington was third at 166 while Margie Kaat of Ekwanok was fourth at 167. Mari Harter of Orleans and Pam Cruickshank of Green Mountain National were tied for fifth at 168. Pam was also the low net winner.


Elizabeth Walker of Brattleboro carded a 78 on Thursday and was the only person in the field other than Reggie to break 80 either day.  That score pulled her into sixth place.  Mary Jane Shomo of Rutland was seventh with a 170 followed by Mary Brush of Burlington and Jane Horton of Orleans with scores of 173.  Kathy Allbright of Green Mountain, Rhonda Colvard of Burlington, Susie Bremner of Rocky Ridge, and Jeanne Morrissey of Williston all tied for tenth gross with scores of 174.


Pam Cruickshank of Green Mountain was the low net winner with a net score of 134, three strokes better than  Eva Mastalos of Ralph Myhre and Dee Rollins of Montague.  Jayne Magnant of West Bolton, Nicole Laberge of Ralph Myhre, and Claire Willis of Williston were all tied for fourth with net scores of 139.  Susan Dula of Basin Harbor and Ellen Grimes of Williston were next at 141.  Lois Forester of Brattleboro was ninth net at 144 and Trish Wade of Green Mountain was tenth net at 145.


Reggie Parker was the winner of the Super Senior Trophy and Ethelyn Bartlett of Cedar Knoll won the Legends Trophy in a match of cards with Ginnie Vogel of Tater Hill and Pam Engel of Dorset.  Kathi Williams of Crown Point won the fewest putts on Wednesday with 26 putts.  Brattleboro was the winner of the Pat Job Cup by one stroke over Green Mountain National with a total score of 454.


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Reggie with Manchester Pro Michael Harger

Pam Cruickshank

Reggie chipping to the 18th green with Rhonda Colvard and Patti Haas