Lots of golf news
recently in region
Aurora's Gary Trivisonno teamed with Nick Paez to tie for first place in last week's Northern Ohio PGA Senior/junior pro-pro tournament at Mayfield's Sand Ridge Club.
In the one better ball of two event, the duo posted a score of 7-under-part 65 to win $1,500. They tied with Tom Atchison of Salem Golf Club and Jaysen Hansen of Beechmont.
Club Walden's Mitch Camp teamed with Cory Kumpf of Brookside to tie for fifth place at 4-under 68. They won $483, while Barrington's Mark Sierak teamed with Scott Pollack to also finish in a tie for fifth and win $483.
In the recent National Car Rental pro-am scratch tourney at Sand Ridge, Camp and Aurora resident Larry Lahnan took second place with 7-under 65.
In the 87th Northeast Ohio Amateur Championship at Stonewater Golf Club, Lahnan tied for third in the senior division at 11-over 224 to win $187.
In the recent Northern Ohio Golf Association Interclub Championship, Barrington Golf Club tied for seventh place with Lake Forest. Portage Country Club was the champion.
Scores that counted toward the team total for Barrington were: Scott Brubaker 74, Jason Boyd 75 and Kevin Burns and Craig Frey each 77. Rick Areddy's 79 and Nolan Marks' 82 did not count.
In a Northern Ohio PGA junior golf tour event last week at Windmill Lakes Golf Club in Ravenna, Aurora resident Michael Avalon tied for 24th place in boys 16-19 with a 13-over-par 83. Brandon Bodis of Avon Lake shot the top score of 2-over 72. Luke Radis tied for 22nd in the boys 13-15 division with a 94.
In a Pups Tour nine-hole event at Tannenhauf Golf Club in Alliance, Aurora's Parker Barrett earned fourth place with a round of 50.
Distance runs set
In the MetroHealth Medical Center Resiliency Run recently, Aurora resident Nicholas Shelly placed ninth in the men 25-34 age division in 24:12.7.
Area runners will have quite a selection of races to compete in this weekend in the Greater Cleveland area.
On June 24 are the Scenic River Parrothead Run at the East End Restaurant & Bar in Cleveland, the Cleveland Pizza Fest Run at the Cuyahoga County fairgrounds in Berea, Outrun Hunger at Edgewater Park in Cleveland, Communion of Saints Sabre Run at the Communion of Saints Parish in Cleveland Heights and Pier W Copper River Salmon Run at Lakewood Park.
On June 25 are the Little Helping Hands 5K at Holy Name High in Parma Heights, and A Most Excellent Race at Beaumont School in Cleveland Heights. For details about any these, visit www.hermescleveland.com.
AHS golf activities
coming up in July
Two events sponsored by the Aurora High boys golf program. The third annual golf outing will be July 9 at Gleneagles in Twinsburg and this summer's golf camp will be JUly 5, 12, 19 and 26. from 10 a.m. to noon.
The golf outing is a four-person scramble format with a shotgun start at 2 p.m. Cost is $100 per person and includes golf, a cart, range balls, door prizes, lunch, dinner, skill shots and mulligans.
Prizes will be awarded for top teams, skill shots and a putting contest, and door prizes will be available. Participants can sign up as a foursome, a twosome or individually. Registration deadline is July 2.
Make checks to Aurora city schools and return registration forms and payments by July 2 to the AHS athletic department, attn. David Munson, 109 W. Pioneer Trail, Aurora 44202. For details, call Munson at 330-425-1283.
The golf camp will be at Windmill Golf Center, 1511 E. Aurora Road, Macedonia. Instructors are Munson, (AHS varsity boys head coach), LIzzy D'Amato (AHS JV coach) and members of the AHS boys golf team. Cost is $90 or $70 if participant attends only three days.
The fee includes an Aurora golf T-shirt, course fees, driving range balls and pizza on the last day of camp. Participants should mail registration to the same address as above.
Latest on softball
After last week's games, standings in the Aurora Parks and Rec adult coed softball league are:
NPK / Dream Killers 15-1; Holy Crap 13-2-1; Lakeside Terrace / Camelot Village 13-3; Indians 11-3;, Sneeky Pete 12-4; T Jay's 8-8; Papous Tap & Grill / Blade 2 Blade 7-11; El Camino 6-10; General Title Insurance 5-9; Misfits 4-9-1; Church in Aurora 3-15; and Kimberly Hruby 0-22.
Since the Kimberly Hruby team has withdrawn from play, its remaining games are forfeited and figured into its record and the records of its past and future opponents.
Standings in the Friday men's league are: Rush Hour 8-1; Junkyard Dogs 6-3; Mantua Corners Bar & Grill and Landmark Property 5-3; Trimmin Lawns 6-4; Dixon Estates 4-6; Bad News Bears 3-5; BTFD Fire Department 2-6; and reLink Medical 0-8.
Teams win titles
In the recent Aurora Baseball League tournament, no Aurora teams won championships.
Here is a list of the champions in each division: 8U coach pitch -- Canon Mac Blaze; 9U -- Mentor Cardinals; 10U -- Tallmadge Bomb Squad; 11U -- Canon Mac Blaze; 12U -- Canon Mac Blaze; 13U -- Andy's 9'ers; 14U -- Canon Mac Blaze.