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Posted: 06/16/2021 16:14:19 PM
Canterbury Woods’ Mindy Inglis-Reid birdied the last two holes to tie Beth Hamilton with a score of 75 and force sudden playoff death, and won the second hole of the playoffs to claim the back-to-back Women’s title City Senior Golf Championship.
The annual tournament was held at the Concord Country Club on Sunday.
Hamilton, the 50-59-year-old top grossing flight, also plays at Canterbury Woods. Corey Richardson (Duston Country Club) and Mindy Williams (Canterbury Woods) earned 80 and 81 cards, respectively, to finish second and third.
Valerie Guy (Loudon Country Club) had the best net score with a 68, followed by Lisa Cummings (Canterbury Woods) with a 71.
Torrie Whitcher (Canterbury Woods) had the best raw score in the 60-69 age group with an 85 and Kathi Schoch (Duston Country Club) had the best net score with a 66.
In the 70-plus flight, golfers from Pembroke Pines had the best gross score (Alicia Perry with an 88) and net score (Eliane Eno with a 65).
Chris Ettinger recorded his second career hole-in-one on the 16th hole at Pembroke Pines using a pitching wedge on the 127-yard ace. The shot was seen by Pete and Hagan White.
Local Baskit of Concord Northeast won their semi-final match against Hopkinton Convenient MD to advance to the annual Martel Cup Championship. Abbie Vlacich started and closed the game in the circle and was helped by two RBIs and a winning run from Rowan Steinberg. Mahalie Burdette and Dorothy Ricard also started a rally in the middle of the match with a circuit and a double. Kiley Taylor was stellar at catcher and home plate.
In baseball action from the Concord Northeast majors, Banks Chevrolet defeated Hopkinton in the championship game. Patrick Owen and Alex Turant led Banks with three hits each. Wyatt Rockwell, Chase Haskell and Jack Noel also all had hits and an RBI each. Tyler Mayo took the victory over the mound. Micheal DiPiano and Issac Price had hits and an RBI for Hopkinton. Banks also beat Rowley, 8-5, in an earlier round. For Rowley, Cam Bobrow had three hits and Liam Ryan had one hit. For Banks, Turant made two double plays and Noel got a double go-ahead with two RBIs.
â Associated Grocers of Concord Little League rose to 8-3 with an 8-6 return win over Granite State Glass. The Grocers were led by throws and strikes from Adam Morgan and Patrick Fennessy. Alique Valeras and Nicholas Mercier played well on the pitch. Granite State Glass was led by Billy Mullen’s throw and hit. Tayeson Hall and Ian Norton led the defense.