Hillsboro’s Stan Utting wins men’s senior title

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Stan Utting of Hillsboro won the 30th Hillsboro Golf Association Men’s Senior Golf Tournament Wednesday and Friday, while Shirley Meyenberg of Abilene won the 14th annual Women’s Senior Golf Tournament.

The two-day event drew 116 golfers, including 93 from outside the Hillsboro area.

Utting’s winning score was a 72 over 18 holes. while Meyenberg scored an 86.

Following are the winners of the men’s tournament:

Age 50-59: 1. Utting, 72; 2. Ken Johnson, Hillsboro, 73; 3. Michael Ryan, Hillsboro, 87.

Age 55-59: 1. Dan Seballoz, Wichita, 77; 2. Ed Thiessen, Hesston, 79; 3. Richard Knaak, Tulsa, Okla., 81.

Age 60-64: 1. Gary Root, Chapman, 76 (scorecard playoff); 2. Harold Oakleaf, Chapman, 76; 3. Jerry Owsley, Wichita, 78.

Age 65-69: 1. Carl Long, Hillsboro, 78; 2. Jim Tedder, Chapman, 81; 3. Andy Friesen, Hillsboro, 83.

Age 70-74: 1. Rufus Unrau, Hillsboro, 78: 2. Russell Wade, Wichita, 83; 3. Fred Nibarger, Valley Center, 84; 4. Ed Younger, McPherson (scorecard playoff), 85.

Age 75-79: 1. Elton Weeks, Wichita, 76; 2. Bob Gaede, Newton, 79; 3. Jim Goering, Wichita, 85; 4. Clyde Olsen, McPherson, 86.

Age 80 & up: 1. Tom Peterson, Newton, 83; 2. Tom Linn, Newton, 91; 3. George Kuntz, Newton, 99.

Following are the winners of the women’s tournament:

Age 50-59: 1. Nancy Alt, Abilene, 90; 2. Betty Cooper, Hutchinson, 93; 3. Laura Bruce, McPherson, 95.

Age 60-64: 1. Elanine Sears, 88; 2. Mary Keefe, Abilene, 92 (scorecard playoff); 3. Ginger Martin, Hutchinson, 92.

Age 65-69: 1. Meyenberg, 86; 2. Donna Fitzgerald, Salina, 87; 3. Pat Schroeder, Wichita, 94; 4. Lola Ginther, Salina, 95.

Age 70-74: 1. Maurine Gaddis, McPherson, 95 (scorecard playoff); 2. Sara Lomax, Wichita, 95; 3. Dorothy Lake, Salina, 95.

Age 75 & up: 1. Dorothy Hartman, Abilene, 87; 2. Jean Lind, Hutchinson, 100; 3. Wilma Bradley, Abilene, 105; 4. Donna Linn, Newton, 106.

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