Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Happy 45th Birthday Steve Sinnard……Champion Ford continues to dominate……Bud Light in rebuilding year....Van Diest and Budweiser win big!

This reporter would like to apologize for the technical difficulties that occurred in week 6 that prevented a report last week. This week I will incorporate some results from last week and will give credit where credit is due.

Happy 45th Birthday Steve!
On this day 45 years ago Bruce and Sue Sinnard of Illinois gave birth to a bouncing baby boy they called Steve! Happy Birthday Mr. Sinnard!

Happy Birthday to garbage truck Scott Kanne today. He is 44!

Trouble in Sin City!
Week 7 saw the top two teams in the Master’s Flight lose and still maintain their positions. Macke Motors was upset by Kim’s son Collin’s Carroll Broadcasting team 32 to 40. Flying Bob Raue the only winner for the motors. Collin Hackett beat Car Wash Todd Pettitt despite Hackett’s nagging hangover from a weekend Vegas trip with his mother and her friends. Brad Hempstead and Colin Bierl were winners as well beating Captain Randy Bierl and Jeff Minnich.

Second place Carroll Cycle Center lost a 32 to 40 close one to Andy Reiman’s glass cutters. Head hog Terry Ruchti the only winner for the cycles. Jay Dress is benched for week 8 action. Keith Pottebaum led the way for the glass guys. Lidderdale’s head chef Brad Stork and Reiman both were winners. Reiman was low gross in week 6 with a 35.

Utilicomm saw the return of Pat Macke to the lineup. Macke was trounced by Carpet Todd Bierl 13 to 5. Bierl led the Brown Shoe Fit Company to a 41 to 31 victory. What is team captain Chad Kanne going to do now? Kanne could not be reached for comment. Carroll High’s new girls basketball coach Tyler Tassell the only winner for the cable guys. Jeff Bahr beat Westside State Savings Bank’s head teller Matt Lujano 11 to 7. Lujano drained the longest putt last week on 18. Bahr along with John Nepple won the Dedham Legion 4 baller on Sunday at the Carroll Country Club. Tassell was low net and had closest to the pin last week along with Utilcomm winning low net team.

WCI straightened the walls of Community Oil. Chico Kanne seemed a bit tired after he attempted to defend his Ozark Golf Tourney championship last week. Kanne’s repeat bid fell short and he was clobbered by Brandon Vonnahme. Dierk Halverson the MVP for the oil jobbers. Kanne and Halverson were seen driving aimlessly around after the round looking for golf balls to replace Kanne's stock after his trip to South. Chico’s first assistant Todd was beaten by Scott Schon.

Budweiser notched a big win over Greteman Chiropractic 45 to 27. Pat Malloy and Fred Dolezal were big winners for the king of beers. T-shirt Joel Harris the only loser for the beers.

Welcome Mallory Rae!

Flight leaders Van Diest Supply dominated par last night to maintain their lead over Budweiser. Dirk Glynn and Brad Pick the team MVP’s. The chemicals dedicated this win to Mallory Rae Milligan who arrived Monday at St. Anthony’s Regional Hospital. Congratulations to Ryan and Kathi.

Brad Pick, Brad Hempstead and Wyatt Haukap were low gross with one under pars 36. Dirk Glynn was low net and he helped his team to low net team honors. Todd Bierl was closest to the pin on eight and Brad Hempstead drained the longest putt on nine.

The standings in the Masters Flight: Macke Motors 264, Carroll Cycle Center 255, Utilcomm 249, WCI 234 and Greteman Chiropractic 225.

The standings in the PGA Flight: Van Diest Supply 284, Budweiser 273, Carroll Glass 258, Community Oil 236, Brown Shoe Fit 232 and Carroll Broadcasting 230.

Over in the Phil Mickelson division the two time Supper league champions Your Bud Light team fell into the cellar of the British Open Flight with a 34 to 38 loss to Fairway Frank’s Stiff Sticks. In a press conference after the sun set Bud Light team captain Mike Franey labeled this year as a “rebuilding year” for America’s team. We will strive to stay positive and use great sportsmanship until we can get this train back on the track. Thanks for your continued support of Your Bud Light team during this difficult time. Birthday boy Steve Sinnard was the only winner for Bud Light beating Bud One Jim Auen. Mike Franey and Doc Sporrer battled to a tie. Mike Schulz and Bud Three Steve Auen were both beaten 11 to 7 by Dr. Neal Cross and Chip Wittrock.

British Open Flight front runners Champion Ford pounded Juergen’s Lawn Care 46 to 26. Two time Papa Joe Champion Digger Dave Nelson was the MVP beating Tony Feldmann 13 to 5. Wade Wilke and Monument Man Loren Boyce were also winners for the cars. After the week 7 action Tomato John Gradoville called out the fords for what he is calling a fudging of the handicaps. This report has hired outside counsel to investigate these allegations. An unidentified Champion Ford team member commented after the match that we have nothing to be concerned about. Our handicaps are true and Mr. Gradoville allegations are false. Wade Wilkie nailed the longest putt in week 6. Monument Man Loren Boyce scored low net in week 6.

For their efforts Graddy’s Salsa beat Byronz Boyz 40 to 32 and lost ground to the fords. Tomato John was the MVP with a 14 to 4 beat down of Steve Young. Mike Loehr also a winner for the hot salsas. One has to think that Tomato John’s frustration comes from the fact they are 14 out of the lead and just cannot make up any ground.

Templeton Savings Bank lost 32 to 40 to Active Performance. Shell Oil’s Tony Pietig the only winner for the bankers. Pietig was low gross and low net in week 6.

Badding Construction called in two subs to upset league leading Templeton Rye 39 to 33. Fairway Frank Comito got revenge from an earlier loss to Papa Joe Pick with a 10 to 8 victory. Retired Randy Hockom thumped the Junk Yard Dog 13 to 5. Produce Tom Duff the only winner for the whiskeys. Denny Kasperbauer battled to a 9 – 9 tie. The Rye boys still have a 12 point lead in the US Open Flight.

Dr. Dave Nystrom was low gross with a two under 34, Brian Widdell was low net with a 29, and Graddy’s Salsa won low new team. Steve Herrin was closest to the pin on 17 and Dr. Dave Nystrom nailed the longest putt on 18.

The standings in the US Open Flight: Templeton Rye 266, Juergen’s Lawn Care 254, Stiff Sticks 245, Byronz Boyz 240 and Active Performance 237.

The standings in the British Open Flight: Champion Ford 278, Graddy’s Salsa 264, Templeton Savings Bank 247, Badding Construction 245 and Your Bud Light team 241.

Congratulations to Tiger Woods on his victory this weekend at the Memorial.

The standings through week 7 of the Uncle Bruce Player of the Year Award are as follows:

1.  Bob Pudenz        13.40
2.  Ken Payer          13.00
3.  Dirk Glynn          12.75
4.  Randy Hockom  11.33
5.  Mike Eckerman  11.25
6.  Andy Reiman      11.20
7.  Fred Dolezal       11.00
7.  Chip Wittrock     11.00
9.  Brad Pick            10.83
10. Rick Grote        10.75

That is a wrap for week 7. Have a great week. Fairways and greens to all!

As always this Bud’s for you and On Iowa!

Mike Franey

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