By Robbin Kiser
July 13, 2014
Piqua High School Football Mom’s Club kick-off meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at Alexander Stadium/Purk Field.
All parents are encouraged to attend for important information regarding upcoming events for the season.
68 at Echo Hills
Ashley Johnson was women’s low gross with 68 in the Association tournament at Echo Hills recently.
Kathie Isenhouer was low net with 65.
Brian Robbins was men’s low gross with 70.
Marty Jackson and Doug Harter tied for second with 74, while Mike Butsch and Jeff Jennings tied for fourth with 77.
Joe Thoma was low net with 64.
Tying for second with 65 were Scott Rasor, JD Denson and Hal Cain.
Ron Pearson Jr. was low gross in the Wednesday Industrial League at Echo Hills with 34.
Brian Robbins was second with 37, while Ryan Pearson and Dennis Bradley were third with 39.
Jim Shaw, Tim Tyler and Mike Bosse tied for low net with 32.
Patriot Fence 40.5
3 11 Draft House 33
Joe Thoma Jewelers 32
3 Bros & The “Law” 31
Palmer Bolt & Supply Co. 30
Hollywood Knights 28.5
Murray Properties 27
Smity’s Bike Shop 26
Francis Office Supply 25.5
Dr. Steve Koon Optometrist 24
Long Shots 21
35 at Echo
Kirt Huemmer was low gross with 35 in the Thursday Industrial League at Echo Hills
Brian Robbins was second with 37.
Tying for third with 38 were Mike Mohr, Mike Butsch, Jeff Jennings and Ron Pearson Jr.
Dave Brown was low net with 30.
Brandon Hostetter and Damien Beougher tied for second with 31.
Tim Horton’s 44.5
Jenning’s Construction 42
Brownlee — Wray 41.5
ARMS Inc. 40.5
Craycon Homes 37
Hemm’s Glass 32
Huemmer Irrigation 32
Paul Sherry Chrysler 30.5
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Mario Goetze volleyed in the winning goal in extra time to give Germany its fourth World Cup title with a 1-0 victory over Argentina on Sunday.
Goetze controlled the ball with his chest and then shot past Argentina goalkeeper Sergio Romero in the 113th minute.
Argentina had created more chances, but failed to really test Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer throughout the 120 minutes of regulation and extra time.
The win is Germany’s first as a united country. West Germany won the World Cup in 1954, 1974 and 1990.
Q: How many times has Germany won the World Cup?
“I could hear it hit the pin from the fairway. That was a pretty fun feeling.”
—Mo Martin on her second shot on the 18th hole at the Women’s British Open golf tournament.