Virginian's 68 leads Middle Atlantic men

October 03, 2003|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Philip Mahone, from Earlysville, Va., took a two-stroke lead with a 2-under 68 that included five front-nine birdies as the Middle Atlantic Golf Association's Men's Amateur championship opened yesterday on Baltimore Country Club's East Course.

Leaders: Philip Mahone, Earlysville, Va., 30-38-68; Frank Alafoginis, Potomac, 35-35-70; Rick Wakefield, Fairfax,Va., 36-36-72; Pat Tallent, Vienna, Va., 36-37-73; Dan Hosek, Alexandria, Va., 38-36-74; Tim Dilli, Towson, 35-39-74.

* Two-Woman Team: Baltimorean Andrea Kraus took care of the front nine and Lisa Schlesinger posted two birdies on the back nine, giving the pair a combined par 72 to win the Maryland State Golf Association's 10th championship at Beechtree Golf Club in Aberdeen.

Lesley Stracks-Anita Venner placed second with a 74 in the 36-team field.

Champion: Andrea Kraus, Woodholme-Lisa Schlesinger, Norbeck, 38-34-72. Runner-up: Lesley Strack, Redgate-Anita Venner, Wakefield Valley, 36-38-74. Championship flight: Connie Pifer-Amy Tolton, Sparrows Point, 38-37-75; Arlene Zamora-Carleen Jones, Chesapeake Bay, 41-35-76. First flight: Janice Calomiris, Congressional-Jan Creighton-Croy, Argyle, 38-37-75; Susan Gray, Hobbit's Glen-Sarah Love, Tantallon, 41-36-77. Second flight: Katie Wille-Dawn Healey, Maryland Golf, 41-36-77.

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