17-under wins East Clinton golf outing


In the photo, from left to right, head boys basketball coach Phil Shori, the winning team of Steve McFadden, Justin Stewart, Brian Carey, Matt McFadden, and head football coach Steve Olds.

In the photo, from left to right, head boys basketball coach Phil Shori, the winning team of Steve McFadden, Justin Stewart, Brian Carey, Matt McFadden, and head football coach Steve Olds.


The team of Brian Carey, Steve McFadden, Matt McFadden and Justin Stewart had a 17-under par 54 Saturday and won the East Clinton golf outing at the Elks 797 Golf Course.

The tournament was hosted by the East Clinton Athletic Boosters to support the boys basketball and football programs.

There were 12 four-player teams participating in the event.

Among the individual hole prizes, Jack Anderson won the longest drive and Steve McFadden won closest to the pin.

Randall Davis and the staff at the Elks 797 Golf Course prepared the course for the event.

Sponsors for the tournament were Sabina Sunoco, Uhl’s IGA, Bean Farm & Drainage, Custom Cabs & Trailers, Littleton Funeral Home, the Brett Wightman Foundation, Once & Again Consignment, Trusty Insurance Agency, Vital Fitness, Caribou Sanitation, Bennett Realty, Barton Farms/Doug & Rob Barton, McFadden Farms, Buckeye Harvest, Streber Mortgage, Luttrell Trucking, Biggie Inc., Neanover & Son Excavating, Pittser Family Eye Care, the Runyon Family, the Carey Family, Downtown Photography, Rueger Cassidy Schiller, Sabina Church of Christ, Melvin Stone, R&L Carriers, Tammy Walker/Walker Family Farms, the Boysel Family, the Shori Family, Imagine That Tool Rental, Ag Pro and the Howard Family.

In the photo, from left to right, head boys basketball coach Phil Shori, the winning team of Steve McFadden, Justin Stewart, Brian Carey, Matt McFadden, and head football coach Steve Olds.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2021/06/web1_GLF_ecouting.jpgIn the photo, from left to right, head boys basketball coach Phil Shori, the winning team of Steve McFadden, Justin Stewart, Brian Carey, Matt McFadden, and head football coach Steve Olds.