Locally... Crystal Springs, ZDGA junior tournaments nearing

Crystal Springs hosting Junior tournament

Crystal Springs will host a Junior Golf tournament on July 28 for boys and girls ages 9-18. There will be five divisions (9-12 boys and girls, 13-18 girls, 13-15 boys, 16-18 boys and college), and tee times start at 8 a.m.

Entry Fee is $25 for ages 13 and up (includes 18 holes, food, & drink) and $20 for 9-12 and includes 9 holes, food, & drink).

Deadline is July 23. Tee times will be emailed out the day prior to the tournament. To register, email crystalspringsgolf@hotmail.com with subject line of Junior Tournament and provide name, age, gender, email, cell phone, and school or call Crystal Springs at 740-787-1114 and ask for Jocele (Mon, Wed, Thurs, & Fri 7 am-2pm; and Tues after 2 pm).

ZDGA Junior, Collegiate tourneys nearing

The Zanesville District Golf Association will hold Junior and Collegiate tournaments on July 26-27. The event is for boys and girls, ages 12-22 and must by 12 by July 26, and features the first round at Vista and the second at EagleSticks.

Deadline to enter is July 22. Entry fee is $40. Flights will be determined after the first round.

Entry forms can be sent to ZDGA, PO Box 2453, Zanesville, OH 43702, and payments will be accepted online. For more information, visit their Facebook page, Facebook.com/zdga.

Muskingum holding annual golf outing

The Muskingum University Athletic Department is hosting its annual golf outing at EagleSticks at 11 a.m. Friday, July 15. Cost is $100 per golfer or $400 per foursome and includes 18 holes of golf, drink tickets, raffles, and dinner.

All proceeds from the event benefit Muskie student-athletes. Additionally, the event will feature a golf ball drop contest $10 per ball with a chance to win $1,000 if your ball lands closest to the hole or in the hole.

To register for the event or purchase a golf ball for the ball drop, contact Muskingum Assistant Athletic Director Tom Caudill at 740-826-8022 or email tcaudill@muskingum.edu. You can also register online and purchase ball drops at fightingmuskies.com and click on the Support the Muskies tab.

Rosecrans having soccer camp

The Junior Bishops Soccer Camp, for boys and girls in grades K through 8th, will be held July 18-20 at Rosecrans High School. Camp runs from 5:30 to 7 p.m. each day.

Cost is $35 per child. Campers signed up by July 4 with receive camp shirts.

For more information, contact Hugh Maxwell by texting 740-319-4764 or emailing rhssoccer2010@hotmail.com.

John Glenn Friendship 7-Miler Race nearing

New Concord will celebrate the 60th anniversary of John Glenn’s Friendship 7 mission with the second annual Friendship 7-Miler race at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, July 9. The run is sponsored by the John Glenn High School Cross-Country and Track & Field Boosters.

The course runs from Cambridge to New Concord along US 40 and will be part of the village's Fireman's Festival.

Runners can register online at https://runsignup.com/Race/OH/NewConcord/JohnGlennFriendship7Miler.

Green Valley weekend schedule

Green Valley has open golf all weekend, including on July 4. Contact the course at 740-452-7105 for tee times.

Jackson hits ace, highlights Green Valley League results

Randy Jackson had his first ever hole in one during Monday's Senior League at Green Valley Golf Club. He used a 9-iron to ace the 130-yard 6th hole, as his team shot 51 to win the league. The shot was witnessed by Joe Simmons, Tom Porter and Rick Lothes.

Second place was Scott Seymour, Mark Ferguson, Randy Davis & Bud Lupher with 54; third was Don Wiles, Vern Wolfe, Russ Coen & Ron Ayers with 54; and fourth was Larry Hammer, Jim Sprague, Dan Marks & Roy Reid with 56.

Closest to the pin winners were Jackson on 6 and 16, Ayers on 11 and Ferguson on 15.

In the MHPCC League, Kathi Galloway shot 34 for low gross and had low net of 22. Winning teams were 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10.

The Wednesday Night Parettes had Juanita King with low gross of 27 and King and Gay Higdon with low net of 25. Winning teams were 1, 2, 4, 7, and 10.

In the Rice-Galloway Optometry League, Roger Moore and Denny Bryan shot 32s for low gross and low net was 25 by Scott Haren. Low net teams were Y City Wellness and Bogey's with 117s.

Team standings: MILITARY DRIVE THRU 37.5; GREEN VALLEY GOLF CLUB 37.5; URBAN COMFORTS 36; SHAI-HESS REAL ESTATE 33; LIBERTY HOME MORTGAGE 32.5; SOUTH ZANESVILLE EYECARE 32; YCITY WELLNESS 31; BOGEY'S 28; COCONIS FURNITURE 20; LAZY ACRES 13.5.

Fuller's Fairways results

Don Cassidy & Rick Lashley fired 36 for low gross while Cassidy had 29 for low net in the GEYER FAMILY INSURANCE Wednesday League.

Team results: Geyer Family Insurance (3.5), J & S Maintenance (1.5); Carlwick Stop & Shop (4), 3 Bald Guys & Bill (1); Jarretts (4), Reid Baughman Insurance (1); Farus Funeral Home (4.5), CCU Mining (.5); Flecto (4), Big Johnsons (1); Goss Supply (3), Mayhem (2).

ZCC league results

The Charlie Goelz League held its Midseason Roundup with a Foursome: 1 best ball par 5’s, 2 best balls par 4’s and 3 best balls par 3’s game.

Brian Addis, Bob Moon, Kevin Jones and Brian Wagner won at 11-under, while second place on a scorecard playoff was Mike West, Mike Zimmerer, Jerry Nolder and Justin Hardcastle at 10-under. Third at 10-under was Rick Campbell, Doug Waltman, Jason Rosser and Lucas Graham. Tom Selock made the longest putt on No. 17 (15-feet-3), and Joe Allen was closest to the pin on No. 7 (6-9).

The Thursday Evening Ladies League played the Foursome – 2 Best Balls Par 3’s and 1 Best Ball Par 4’s and 5’s format on the front nine.

Shari Weingarth, Joan Minning, Ann Melick and Susan Thompson won with 33, while Toby Rogovin, Ann Somple, Lisa Johnson and Janet Pompei were second with 34, and Becky Weir, Connie McWherter, Linda Phillips and Karen Murray took third with 35 on a scorecard playoff.

In Junior Golf on Friday, Jane Saunders earned player of the day, and 9-Holers were led by Low Score: Carter Hennessey & Cohen Todd; Low Putts: Landon Melsheimer & Jackson Cooper.

Other leaders: 5-Holers: Low Score: Oscar Goodman & Jacob Welch; Low Putts: William Saunders & Clara Ferguson; 3-Holers: Low Score: Griffin Spires & Anderson Spires; Low Putts: Eva Ferguson & Winston Goodman; 1-Holers: Low Score: Ella Melsheimer & Carter Pusz; Low Putts: Mayzie McGovern & Madeline Russo

Coconis League results

Ryan Paisley shot 35 for low gross on the front nine and Zack Forker's 34 was low gross on the back in the Coconis Furniture Tuesday Night League. Low net on the front was 29 by Bob McClelland and low net on the back was 27 by Andy Mildenberg.

Team results: DUNN TRUCKING-126, CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF DUNCAN FALLS-139; DUNN TRUCKING-126, DENNIS-NELSON INSURANCE GROUP-139; CAROL GOFF AND ASSOCIATES-129, HOT SHOT 107-147; CAMPBELLS MARKET-130, B AND V SNACK BAR-149; UNDERGROUND ATHLETICS-120, ROSS-FRASH FUNERAL HOME-143; VFW 1958-134, MUFFLER TIRE-141; KESSLER OUTDOOR ADVERTISING-146, JARRETT CONSTRUCTION-155; FIRE & ICE HEATING COOLING-138, CC CONSTRUCTION-147; ENERGY COOPERATIVE BY FORFEIT SHANK-A-HOLICS; OK COAL-138, GOSS SUPPLY-143; MVHC-125, TREASURE COVE-135; BEARINGS LIMITED-146, NEWTON ALMERICAN LEGION 726-156.

Crystal Springs League results

The Crystal Springs Golf Club and Community Bank Monday Morning Senior League held its Mid-Year Outing, as the top three teams in the A Division were First Place Frank Sidwell & Richard Poland; Second Place Tommy Georgiades & Dave King and Third Place Terry (Chub) Chambers & Dick Strouse

The top three placing teams in B Division were First Dave Purkey & Bill Aichele; Second Ron Hayes & Marvin Fisher; Third Randy Newell & Mark Ballmer.

Jaycees K of C League results

The Knights of Columbus Wednesday Night Jaycee’s Golf League results for June 29: Kunkle/Payton (2) vs P. Hill/J. Clark (0); Chandler/Dalessandro (2) vs Baughman/Brown (0); Arnold/M. Hill (2) vs Dal Ponte/Taylor (0); Paul/Kerby (2) vs C. Clark/Mawhorr (0); Lear/Lasure (2) vs D. Sprankel/J. Sprankel (0); Burkhart/Nessline (2) vs Dickerson/Seevers (0); Carlisle/Leitenberger (2) vs M. Hoffer/A. Hoffer (0); Maxwell/Kosco (1) vs Haren/Gehlken (1); Closest to the pin – Nessline; Furthest from the pin – A. Hoffer.

This article originally appeared on Zanesville Times Recorder: Locally... Crystal Springs, ZDGA junior tournaments nearing