Wilmington Savings Bank wins Sugartree golf outing


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The first place Wilmington Savings Bank team, from left to right, Bob Schaad, Jake DeHart, Ross Wagstaff. Lance Beus was not present for the photo.

The first place Wilmington Savings Bank team, from left to right, Bob Schaad, Jake DeHart, Ross Wagstaff. Lance Beus was not present for the photo.


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The runnerup team Majestic Springs Golf Course team, from left to right, Thomas Carter, Kyle Clifton, Cade Kienle, and Brice Davis.


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The Wilmington Savings Bank team won a two-hole scorecard playoff Friday and won the Sugartree Ministries golf outing at Majestic Springs Golf Course.

The winning team consisted of Jake DeHart, Bob Schaad, Ross Wagstaff and Lance Beus.

The runnerup team consisted of Thomas Carter, Brice Davis, Cade Kienle and Kyle Clifton.

Both teams had 56s.

The Sugartree Ministries Golf Committee members said the Majestic Springs Golf Course pro Dave Stanton and his staff, golfers, sponsors, and donations all helped make the 2019 golf outing a huge success, according to the press release.

The rest of the field Rome Jewelers 60, Modern Woodmen 60, Merchants National Bank 61, Mike Lurz Team 62, Southern Hills Community Bank 63, Team Rudduck 64, Clarksville 4 65, Team Lamb 65, Uetrecht Farms 65, Team FOP 67, Wilmington Police 69, Ferno 69, First State Bank 70, Presbyterian Church of Wilmington 71, Wilmington Fire Fighters/Wilmington News Journal 74.

Hole prize winners were Michael Sodini, closest to the pin No. 3; Mike Collins, closest to the pin No. 5; Russ Walker, closest to the pin No. 7 and Travis Burton, closest to the pin No. 14.

Platinum Sponsors for the event were the Wilmington News Journal, Bush Auto Place, Modern Woodmen, Ferno, Family Tree Chiropractic and Wellness, Trusty Insurance, Prengers, Uetrecht Farms, Dave and Nancy Miller, Pitman Family, Wagenseller Family and the Houck Family.

Hole sponsors were Rome Jewelers, Fellowship of Praise, Peoples Bank, Southern Hills Bank, Ground Systems, Honnerlaw Real Estate, Pharmacy Design Group, Lyons, McHenry, and Dunlap Attorneys-At-Law, Wendy’s Restaurant, Iron Horse Brigade, Presbyterian Church of Wilmington women, Kroger, Gold Star Chili, Wilmington Savings Bank.

Donations were made by Strength and Dignity, Jen’s Deli, Buckley Bros., Monroe Muffler, Skyline, Great Clips, Papa John’s, O’Reilly Auto Parts, Wilmington Plaza Cinemas, China Buffet, Kratzer’s Hometown Pharmacy, Cool J’s, Wilmington Auto Sales, Pot Luck Greenhouse, Moore’s Garden Center, The Rusty Star, Swindler and Sons, PNC, Ryan Page, Wilmington Discount Flooring, Pap’s Place Antiques, Bob Evans, Kroger, Bane Welker, Superior Flooring, Kibler Lumber, Old Mill Antiques, Pizza Hut, The Wooden Moose, Impressions Created, Yamato Japanese Restaurant, Auto Zone, Sisters Antiques, Tractor Supply Company, Everyday Chic Boutique, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Waring Office Supplies, Vital Fitness, Murphy Theatre, Anytime Fitness, Royal Z Lanes, Ron Rudduck, Peelle Law Offices, Kairos Coffee.

The first place Wilmington Savings Bank team, from left to right, Bob Schaad, Jake DeHart, Ross Wagstaff. Lance Beus was not present for the photo.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/06/web1_YFK_1stplace.jpgThe first place Wilmington Savings Bank team, from left to right, Bob Schaad, Jake DeHart, Ross Wagstaff. Lance Beus was not present for the photo. Courtesy Photo

The runnerup team Majestic Springs Golf Course team, from left to right, Thomas Carter, Kyle Clifton, Cade Kienle, and Brice Davis.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/06/web1_YFK_2ndplace.jpgThe runnerup team Majestic Springs Golf Course team, from left to right, Thomas Carter, Kyle Clifton, Cade Kienle, and Brice Davis. Courtesy Photo

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