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April 21, 2003
Moves Baseball CARDINALS: Activated OF J.D. Drew. Optioned OF Kevin Ohme to Triple-A Memphis. PHILLIES: Activated P Brandon Duckworth. Optioned P Eric Junge to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. ROYALS: Placed P Jeremy Affeldt on 15-day DL with blister on left middle finger. Called up P Jeremy Hill from Triple-A Omaha. TWINS: Activated former Orioles P Mike Fetters. Optioned P Juan Rincon to Triple-A Edmonton. Basketball NBA: Suspended Spurs F-C Kevin Willis one game for elbowing Suns C Scott Williams in throat in Saturday's game.
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May 31, 1995
Dennis Winters of Eisenhower Golf Course posted a 27-hole total of 105 yesterday and won the annual Assistants championship for the Northern Chapter of the Middle Atlantic PGA at the Suburban Club.Frank Blind of Diamond Ridge GC and Wayne DeFrancesco of Woodholme CC tied for second at 107 in the field of 68. Last year, DeFrancesco, the MAPGA's Player of the Year, defeated Winters in a playoff for the Maryland Open championship at Congressional CC.There was a tie for fourth at 108 among Marty Novak, Maryland Golf & CC; Joe Rahnis, Rocky Point GC; and Bill Rice, Cumberland CC.Dennis Winters 105; Frank Blind 107; Wayne DeFrancesco 107; Marty Novak 108; Joe Rahnis 108; Bill Rice 108; Jamie Childs 109; Glenn McCloskey 110; Mark Evenson 111; Ted Kaufman 112; Steve Hord 112; Phil Henry 112; Bill Gombert 113; Steve WenPetren 113; Brian Dorn 113; Dean Wilson 113; Gary Hurt 113; Sean Fishbeck 114; Greg Stark 114; Joe Franz 115; Paul Erdman 115; Chris Hlavay 115; John Reese 115; Dean Stout 116; Ed Miller 116; Steve Cramer 116; Kyle Warfield 116; Tim Butler 116; David Long 116.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS WILLIAMSBURG, Va | July 30, 1997
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. -- William Lanier of Farmington Country Club in Charlottesville, Va., shot 1-over-par 73, but hung on for a one-stroke victory in the annual Assistants championship of the Middle Atlantic Golf Association at Ford's Colony. Lanier finished 67-73140, 3-under par for the two tournament courses.Wayne DeFrancesco, teaching professional at Woodholme CC in Pikesville, had a 15-foot birdie putt to tie for the lead, missed it, and settled for part of a three-way tie for second with 67-74141.
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November 16, 1997
Wayne DeFrancesco, a teaching professional at Woodholme Country Club, and Bill Gombert, assistant pro at Bonnie View CC, were among those honored at the annual awards banquet of the Middle Atlantic PGA last night in Richmond, Va.DeFrancesco, who tied for first in the Tournament of Champions (there was no playoff) and received points in every tournament for which he was eligible except the Maryland Open, earned the Player of the Year award. Gombert was named Assistant of the Year.Earlier in the week, at the MAPGA fall meeting, Chuck Bassler, head pro at Willow Oaks CC in Richmond, Va., was elected president.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | May 21, 1992
SILVER SPRING -- Mark Spolarich of Crofton Country Club, unhappy after failing to qualify for the sectional level of the U.S. Open on Monday, bounced back yesterday with a par-matching 70 at Indian Spring CC and a berth in next week's Kemper Open.With four places available in a qualifying round open to Middle Atlantic PGA members, Spolarich shot 35-35 over the 6,900-yard, par 34-36 Chief Course to lead a field of 76.The other qualifiers were Ron Terry, one-time Havre de Grace resident and pro at Edgewood Arsenal, 34-37--71; Sam Stein, Richmond, 35-36--71; and Rob Ferguson, an assistant professional at Washington Golf & CC, 34-38--72.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 31, 1997
Wayne DeFrancesco, teaching professional at Woodholme Country Club, got up-and-down from a green-side bunker at the 18th green to tie John Stone of Williamsburg (Va.) CC for the championship of the annual Middle Atlantic PGA Tournament of Champions at Old South Country Club yesterday. They were declared co-champions as darkness precluded a playoff.DeFrancesco converted a six-foot birdie putt at the final hole for a 2-under-par 70 and a 36-hole total of 139 after Stone had finished 69-70139.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | May 29, 1997
LAYTONSVILLE -- Assistant professionals Rick Schuller and Frank Ferguson, whose friendship dates to their high school days 20 years ago, shot 36-3571's, and claimed the two available places during yesterday's Kemper Open qualifying for Middle Atlantic PGA members at Montgomery Country Club.The pair finished one stroke in front of seven who equaled par for the Montgomery County course. There were 61 starters seeking places in next week's Kemper Open at TPC-Avenel in Potomac. An "open" qualifier for four spots will be held Monday at Shenandoah Valley GC, Front Royal, Va.Schuller, from Chantilly National in Centreville, Va., earned his fourth Kemper spot with a birdie at the last hole, giving him a birdie-sweep of the four par-5 holes.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | May 21, 1992
SILVER SPRING -- Mark Spolarich of Crofton Country Club, unhappy after failing to qualify for the sectional level of the U.S. Open on Monday, bounced back yesterday with a par-matching 70 at Indian Spring CC and a berth in next week's Kemper Open.With four places available in a qualifying round open to Middle Atlantic PGA members, Spolarich shot 35-35 over the 6,900-yard, par 34-36 Chief Course to lead a field of 76.The other qualifiers were Ron Terry, one-time Havre de Grace resident and pro at Edgewood Arsenal, 34-37--71; Sam Stein, Richmond, 35-36--71; and Rob Ferguson, an assistant professional at Washington Golf & CC, 34-38--72.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 8, 1999
Scott Gilgallon, a Hobbit's Glen Golf Club member, shot a 73 and claimed one of the six available spots in sectional qualifying for the U.S. Mid-Amateur championship yesterday at Swan Point Yacht & Country Club in Issue.Tom Offutt, a former Middle Atlantic Amateur champion from Arlington, Va., and Washington Golf & CC, won the medal with a 1-under-par 71.The other places went to John Luoma, from Country Club of Woodmore, and Matt Sughrue, of Bethesda Country Club, each of whom shot 72; and two others who shot 73 -- Richard Glasgow, of Tantallon Country Club, and John Miller, of Sterling, Va., and River Bend Country Club.
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