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Labor Day golf qualifying — Day 1

Staff report

SALISBURY — Qualifying for the 65th annual Crowder/Dorsett Memorial 4-Ball Labor Day golf tournament began on Friday with a number of two-person teams posting scores.

Friday’s best score in the open division came from Charlie Barr and partner Josh Brincefield — a 66. Barr is a former champion of the event.

The low score in the women’s division on the first qualifying day was a 74 by Susan Morris and Sandra Brink.

David Roueche and Steven Vail led the way in the super senior group with a 68, while Stan Honeycutt and Randy Bingham’s 68 leads the senior division.

Friday Qualifying Results:
Women’s Qualifying Scores

Adams, Allison/Furr/Micah — No. 1 seed

Brink, Sandra /Morris, Susan 74

Corriher, Camryn/Fraley, Carmen 83

Men’s 65+ Qualifying Score

Roueche, David /Vail, Steve           68

Mangun, Bob /Shirk, Ron               72
Beard, Bryce /Wallace, Victor        76

Gilb, Michael /Morris, Larry          77

Bishop, Donald /Crosby, Danny    80
Bost, Donald /Bost, Robert             83

Men’s 55+ Qualifying Score
Christy, Jim /Hubbard, Jim — No. 1 Seed
Bingham, Randy /Honeycutt, Stan    68
Honeycutt, Kip/ Ridenhour, Rick       70
Chappell, Greg /Glenn, Doug               72
DeRhodes, John /McDaniel, Mallory 72
Fagg, Scott /White, Darrell                   79
Boltz, Bob /Harwood, Dean                 79
Morrison, Kelly /Read, Gary                81
Denton, Jimmy /Frick, Andy               84
McCulloh, Tim/ Rice, Doug                 85

Men’s Championship & Open Qualifying Score
Frick, Lee /Wray, Blake No. 1 Seed
Barr, Charlie /Brincefield, Josh        66
Coward, Andrew /Miller, Austin       67
Chavis, Parker /Morgan, Justin        68
Clarke, Ken /Owen, Chris                   70
Basinger, Corey /Robins, Hank         72
Davis, Drue /Lipe, Derek                    74
Bradley, Bucky/ Ledbetter, Trey       78
Cobb, Richard /Jordan, Robert         79
Bradshaw, Dwight /Parks, Brent      82
Hinson, Ken/ Riddle, Randy             86
Edwards, Tripp /Sheldon, Brian      NC

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