On a glorious night at the Carroll Country Club YOUR Bud Light team took dead aim at league leading Pizza Ranch. It was all beer on this Tuesday as YOUR Bud Light Team scored a huge 43 to 29 win knocking the pizzas out of first! Bud Three Steve "Hans" Auen, long time subscriber, top local amateur, highly successful and more veteran golfer Craig Mertz and Captain Mike Franey all scored 12 to 6 victories. Franey was subbing for a working over time Steve Sinnard. Auen beat Tony Badding. Mertz beat Brian Badding and Franey beat Scott Schon! The only blemish for YOUR Bud Light team was Bud Two Troy Auen who lost to a scrappy Joel Running. Auen earns the rights to the bench in Week 11 but gets a reprieve as 2009 Bud Light Golfer of the Year and Bud Three Steve Auen will be unavailable for play in week 11. 2008 Bud Light Golfer of the Year Mike Schulz served his bench time and will return to action next Tuesday. For their efforts your Bud Light team move up two spots to 7th and sits only 6 points out of 3rd!
Other action in the Zach Johnson division.........
•Sharp Funeral Home took 1st from Pizza Ranch with a 39 to 33 win over Carroll County State Bank. Craig Elhert the MVP for the funerals. Tomato John was the only winner for the bank tellers. CCSB has a date next week with your Bud Light Team.
• Carroll Cycle Center left tread marks on 3rd place Hawkeye Commodity Brokers. Captain Terry Ruchti the MVP for the cycles beating Digger Dave Nelson. I am glad to report that TR had a much better night than he did last week!
•The La-z-boys took 4th place from CCSB with a 40 to 32 win over Volquartson Customs. Bud One Jim Auen and Randy Hockom fired even par rounds to pace the chairs. •The battle of Templeton was won by the Templeton Savings Bank as they beat Templeton Rye 38 to 34. Both teams were playing one player short. Tony Pietig was the MVP and earned low gross honors with his two under 35. Craig Mertz also shot 35 to share the award.
•Stiff Sticks rode the wings of Dr. Neal Cross to victory beating Byron's Boyz. Cross doubled the first hole, sunk two birdies and ended with a 39. The doctor was awarded low net. Brian Widdell pounded a struggling Johnny Beiter 12 to 6.
•Elin's 9-irons got into the winner's circle with a 41 to 31 beating of par.
Action from the Phil Mickelson division..........
•League leading Macke Motors continued their winning ways with a 44 to 28 beating of Linde Equipment. All winners for the motors except Flying Bob Raue!
•Subway jumped 2nd place Windstar with a 37 to 35 win over Miller Lite. Junkyard Dog Cuda Quandt was the MVP for the subs. Papa Joe Pick was not in action.
•Windstar fell to 4th at hands of Badding Construction. The carpenters pounded the buses 44 to 28. Glenn Badding the MVP with a 12 to 6 victory over Jeff Greteman.
•Carroll Glass jumped Windstar with a 36 to 36 tie with Commercial Savings Bank. Truman Snyder's dad Benet your week 10 MVP.
•Chico Kanne returned from Scotland to play for the oil jobbers. The jobbers took care of Utilcomm 40 to 32. Dierk Halverson the MVP for the oil jobbers.
•Larry's Auto beat Kasperbauer Cleaners 37 to 35. Rich Hartley your MVP.
That is a wrap for week 10. This publisher would like to wish everyone a Happy 4th of July holiday! See you next when the video productions will return.
As always This Buds for you and ON IOWA!
Men's League Championship Captain