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120 compete in County seniors golf tourney

HOULTON, Maine — A group of 120 golfers participated in the fourth Upper St. John Valley Seniors men’s tournament, held at the Houlton Community Golf Course Wednesday, July 25.

The top three gross and net scorers from each of the six divisions are as follows:

Division A: first gross, Jerry York, Houlton, 74; first net, Gary Dukeshire, Woodstock, 69; second gross, Gary Greene, Hartland, 74; second net, Mike Fleming, Houlton, 69; third gross, Rick Pelletier, Long Lake, 75; and third net, Allan Hebert, Long Lake, 72.

Division B: first gross, Sean Dolamont, Houlton, 76; first net, Randy Smith, Houlton, 70; second gross, Bert Roy, Fort Kent, 80; second net, Richard Flowers, Houlton, 72; third gross, Greg Cyr, Fort Kent, 82; and third net, Clinton Doustu, Fort Kent, 73.

Division C: first gross, Larry Beaulieu, Long Lake, 82; first net, Everette Parker, Hartland, 72; second gross, Gary Stewart, Woodstock, 85; second net, George Watson, Hartland, 72; third gross, Kirk Paradis, Fort Kent, 85; and third net, Guy Cyr, Long Lake, 73.

Division D: first gross, Mac Wilson Hartland, 86; first net, Thomas Ryan, VaJoWa, 72; second gross, Dan Libby, Portage, 87; second net, Bill Casavant, Presque Isle, 72; third gross, Gerald Toner, Grand Falls, 88; and third net, Mike Glue, Long Lake, 74.

Division E: first gross, Peter Haskell, Portage, 84; first net, Jeff Poirier, Portage, 69; second gross, Richard Martin, Fort Kent, 88; second net, Scottie Flannery, Houlton, 70; third gross, Mike Beaulieu, Caribou, 88; and third net, Mickey Maynard, Presque Isle, 72.

Division F: first gross, Ted Pettengill, VaJoWa, 93; first net, Elwood Doody, Caribou, 70; second gross, Joe Staples, Hartland, 95; second net, Dale Wight, Caribou, 70; third gross, Conrad Walton, Caribou, 98; and third net, Roger Ouellette, Fort Kent, 75.

The next tournament will be held at Caribou Country Club on Aug. 8.

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