Briefs

TimberStone to

open Friday

IRON MOUNTAIN — Pine Mountain Resort’s TimberStone opens Friday for the 2019 season. Golf Digest magazine has selected TimberStone as one of the top 24 golf courses to play in the United States.

Firecracker Run

GLADSTONE — The Fran Cannon 5 mile run/2.5 mile walk, hosted by the Gladstone-Rapid River Kiwanis, is July 4 at 8 a.m. Timing will be done by Superior Timing of Marquette. There is also a one mile fun run for kids age 12 and under.

For more information, or to follow online, visit gladstone.org, GLADSTONEKIWANIS.WEEBLY.com, SUPERiORTIMING.COm or on facebook: Gladstone-Rapid River Kiwanis.

Gladstone golf

GLADSTONE — The Gladstone Golf Club Tuesday Senior Men’s Scramble starts May 21 at 9:30 a.m.

Terrace Bluff men

GLADSTONE — Erik Spindler shot a 36 in the Terrace Bluff Men’s League Monday. He was followed by John Kositzke and Rich Hubert, Jr. at 39.

Sweetgrass hosts

golf scramble

BARK RIVER — Jim Wagner of Marinette Little River Golf Club and Tim Kramer and Steve Schmidt of Menominee Riverside gained medalist honors in the 64 and under division with 55 strokes in the Sweetgrass Golf Club three-man scramble here Monday.

Paul Schrader of Escanaba and Dave Jahn and Gary Sharp of Sault Ste. Marie were runners-up at 58.

Denny McAllister of Wausaukee, Wis., Dave Larson of Marinette and Dave Wernicke of Pound, Wis. were medalists in 65 and over, two strokes better than Keith Nelson of Peshtigo, Wis. and Mark Aubry and Pete Ninnemann of Wausaukee.

Age 64 & under

Championship flight — Jim Wagner, Little River-Tim Kramer and Steve Schmidt, Riverside, 55; Paul Schrader, Escanaba-Dave Jahn-Gary Sharp, Sault Ste. Marie, 58; Ken Hruska-John Kamps-Austin Hummel, Marquette, 61; Mike Patterson-Dave Maule-Dave Blomquist, Pine Grove, 62.

First flight — Jerry Miller, Escanaba-Kevin Miller-Manistique-Buddy Starnes, Green Bay, 66; Second flight — Gary Allman-Doug West-Jim Brown, L’Anse, 70.

Age 65 & over

Championship flight — Denny McAllister, Wausaukee, Wis.-Dave Larson, Marinette-Dave Wernicke, Pound, Wis., 65; Keith Nelson, Peshtigo, Wis-Mark Aubry and Pete Ninnemann, Wausaukee, Wis., 67; LaVerne Buzzo-Randy Dixon-Mike Tomasoski, Oak Crest, 67; Jim Litwatis, Park Falls, Wis.-Jack Woodall, Tomahawk, Wis.-John Lobeck, Chassell, 68.

First flight — Tom Plante-Cardi Steele-Roger Steele, Oak Crest, 70.

For the record

ESCANABA — Luke Terrian is the salutatorian and not valedictorian at Kingsford as submitted to the Daily Press. Terrian was referred to as the valedictorian in an article in Monday’s edition of the Daily Press.

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