The Star-Herald

Crimestoppers golf tournament is a success

MARS HILL, Maine — The 2021 Aroostook County Crime Stoppers annual golf tournament was a huge success over the weekend of Aug. 7-8.

As the event marked the 30th anniversary of the tournament, the three men who were instrumental in starting this tournament and keeping it going in its infancy — Tom York, Edgar Wheeler, and Alton McQuade — were honored during this year’s event. 

“The weather was perfect for both days, and there were a record 53 teams participating,” said Terri Brewer, president of Aroostook County Crime Stoppers. “It was a great weekend reconnecting with those teams that have played year after year as well as welcoming a number of new teams. We want to thank everyone for supporting us.”

Results from the golf tournament were:

First gross — Kale O’Leary, Kelly O’Leary, Kayle Hamilton, Alex Folsom, with a score of 56; Second gross, Porter Gervais, Ian Gervais, Parker Sanderson, Jason Renaud, 57; Third gross, Tyler Cote, Danny Cote, Mike Cote, Eric Depner, 59.

First net — Tyler Jepson, Phil Jepson, Scott Frye, Craig Frye, with a score of 48; Second net, Tim Lynds, Tony Bernardini, Garrett Harvey, Mike McNulty, 50; Third net, Ted Peterson, TJ Peterson, Bret Delong, Dustin Delong, 52.

Pin winners were: Parker Sanderson, 5-feet, 1-inch, on No. 6; and Steve Robinson with a hole in one on No. 8; Kirk Ritchie, 4-3 on No. 13; and Kayle Hamilton (distance not listed) on No. 15.

Hit the Sheriff Saturday, Hugh Turner, 16-10; Hit the Sheriff on Sunday – Alex Folsom, 8-11; Longest putt on No. 12, Ed Soule, 51-9; and Longest drive, Tyle Cote (distance not listed) on No. 18.

Get the Rest of the Story

Thank you for reading your 4 free articles this month. To continue reading, and support local, rural journalism, please subscribe.