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Golf league champions will be crowned

From Tee to Green


August 20, 2013

Lindsay Brown

Members of the Havre High golf team hit balls off the range at Prairie Farms Golf Course last Thursday. The Blue Ponies begin their season today in Havre.

Playoff golf is underway in Havre, and soon, league champions will be crowned at courses like Prairie Farms, Beaver Creek and the Chinook Golf Club.

But before the men’s league playoffs continue tonight at Prairie Farms, the high school golfers will take to the course today for the 18-hole Havre High Golf Tournament. The tournament will feature 25 Havre High boys and girls, as well as varsity and junior varsity golfers from Browning and Lewistown. Today’s tourney is one of three times HHS golfers will get to play in Havre this season. The Blue Ponies also host the Havre Invitational Sept. 14 at Beaver Creek, as well as the Central A Divisional Tournament Sept. 28 at Prairie Farms.

Good luck to all of the Blue Ponies out for golf, and have a great season.

Last week saw the beginning of the men’s league playoffs at Prairie Farms. In the first round last Tuesday, Mariani Insurance beat Stockman Bank 19-17, Bing ‘N’ Bob’s beat Taco John’s 19.5-12.5, Valley Furniture beat Northern Edge 18.5-13.5, Hi-Line Audio/Video beat Tilleman Motors 22.5-13.5, Michelob Light beat Wagner Plumbing 20-16, Korb Construction beat Bear Paw Credit Union 20-16, D.A. Davidson beat Hole 19 20-16 and Master Sports took out Patrick Construction 19-17.

The playoffs continued last Wednesday night with the quarterfinals. Bing ‘N’ Bob’s beat Mariani Insurance 19-17, Hi-Line Audio/Video beat Valley Furniture 19.5-16.5, Michelob Light beat Korb Construction 19.5-16.5 and D.A. Davidson beat Master Sports 19-17.

Tonight, the semifinals will be held at Prairie Farms with Bing ‘N’ Bob’s taking on Hi-Line Audio/Video and Michelob Light facing D.A. Davidson. The winners of tonight’s semifinals will meet in an 18-hole final Wednesday afternoon.

Last Thursday night saw the women’s league playoffs get underway at Prairie Farms. Northern Montana Hospital, the No. 8 team in the regular season, pulled off a huge upset, Second seeded Independent Inspection beat Prairie Farms 18.5-17.5, No. 6 Independence Bank bested D.A. Davidson 19-17 and No. 5 Havre Heating and AC beat Patrick Construction. The Havre Daily News’ own Melanie Gilman was low gross with a 43 and Carolyn Patrick was low net with a 32.

The women’s league semifinals will be played Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. with Independent Inspection taking on Havre Heating and AC, and Independence Bank facing NMH. The championship round will be played Thursday night, starting at 5 p.m.

Finally, congratulations to local golfers who got out and played this weekend, including Havre’s Bill Schilling, who competed in the MSGA State Mid-AM championship at Buffalo Hills in Kalispell.

With the summer starting to wind down, and football season right around the corner, next week will be the final edition of From Tee to Green for 2013.


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