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August 18, 2013

Metro roundup: Four top leaderboards at Senior City Championship

TERRE HAUTE — Four golfers are tied for the lead in both divisions of the Old National Bank City Senior Championship after one round of play in ideal conditions at Rea Park.

Tom Jones and Abe Nasser share the lead in the senior division, each carding a par 72 in Saturday’s round from the white tees.

They are three shots up on four other players at 75: Scott Givens, Fred Reynolds, Scott Whittenburg and former winner Ted Kaperak.

Larry Fossi and Russ Campbell each had 69 to lead in the super senior division for players 60 years of age and older. Chuck Adamson is third with 70, with Larry Tackett and Wayne Loughmiller tied for fourth at 72.

Jones was 35-37 in his round. Nasser went 38-34 with four birdies.

“The course is beautiful. The greens rolled true,” said Nasser.

Fossi went 34-35 in his round and Campbell was 35-34 while Adamson was 34-36 in the only three subpar rounds from the gold tees.

Fossi echoed Nasser’s comments. “The greens were tremendous. It is a pleasure to putt on the quick greens,” he said.

Play winds up today at Hulman Links with the first group teeing off at 8 a.m. and the final foursome at 12:10 p.m.

The Rea Park Club Championship will be played next weekend as will the Gann-Byram Tournament at Geneva Hills.

West Vigo, Terre Haute South and Terre Haute North all have home girls golf matches this week.

Senior Division leaders

72 — Tom Jones 35-37, Abe Nasser 38-34.

75 — Scott Givens 38-37, Fred Reynolds 39-36, Scott Whittenburg 38-39, Ted Kaperak 35-40.

76 — Tim Mundy 38-38, Steve Anderson 40-36, Rodger Zimmerman 40-36, Steve Paquin 37-39.

Super Senior Division leaders

69 — Larry Fossi 34-35, Russ Campbell 35-34.

70 — Chuck Adamson 34-36.

72 — Larry Tackett 35-37, Wayne Loughmiller 35-38.

73 — Ben Kiburis 35-38.

Today’s tee times, pairings

Super Senior Division

Third flight


8 a.m. — Owens 98, Johnson 96, Hayes 94.

8:10 — O’Neil 90, Collins 88, Evans 87.

8:20 — McGuire 87, Shaker 85, Bays 84.

8:30 — Schneider 94, Craig 84, Bukovack 84, Ford 84.

Second flight

8:40 — Gormong 83, Ellinger 83, Jones 83.

8:50 — Ammerman 83, Wilson 83, Hunt 83.

9 a.m. — Malone 83, Simpson 82, Dorfmeyer 82.

9:10 — Haller 82, Stewart 81, Webster 80, Thomas 80.

First flight

9:20 — Grant 79, Swalls 79, Payne 79, Stockberger 79.

9:30 — Myers 79, Bridwell 78, Watkins 78, Cappa 78.

9:40 — Wilcoxon 78, Trierweiler 78, Chirhart 78, Nicoson 77.

9:50 — Verdeyen 77, Doan 76, King 76, Homburg 76.

Championship flight

10 a.m. — Snodgrass 75, Jovanovich 75, Prevo 75.

10:10 — Nasser 74, Harding 74, Kiburis 73, Loughmiller 73.

10:20 — Tackett 72, Adamson 70, Campbell 69, Fossi 69.

Senior Division

Second flight


10:30 — Doan 102, Higgins 100, Jones 95.

10:40 — Day 89, Verostko 88, Monroe 88, Glendenning 87.

10:50 — Snoddy 86, Jenkins 86, Dugger 85, Dry 84.

11 a.m. — C. Mundy 84, McCrea 84, Buell 84, P.Verostko 83.

First flight

11:10 — Verdeyen 82, Shuck 82, Neaderhiser 82.

11:20 — Cuvelier 82, Shouse 81, Peoples 80, Bland 80.

11:30 — Alumbaugh 80, Rohr 80, King 79, Brasier 79.

11:40 — Kruse 79, Bocard 78, Byram 78, Kyle 78.

Championship flight

11:50 — Toney 77, Zimmerman 76, Paquin 76.

Noon — T. Mundy 76, Anderson 76, Reynolds 75, Kaperak 75.

12:10 p.m. — Givens 75, Whittenburg 75, Nasser 72, Jones 72.

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