Ben Gover and Jeff Jennings shared low gross honors in the Thursday Industrial League at Echo Hills with 35.
Brian Robbins and Ryan Pearson tied for third with 36.
Brandon Hostetter and Rick Krejci tied for low net with 30, while Hank Poff was third with 31.
Jennings’ Construction 74
A.R.M.S. Inc. 63
Erwin Distributing 61
Paul Sherry Chrysler 55
Classic Concrete 51.5
Tim Horton’s 48.5
Atlantis Sportswear 44
Nephos Vapor 38
33 at Echo
Ben Gover was low gross in the Wednesday Industrial League with 33.
Brian Robbins was second with 36 and Casey Lavey was third with 37.
Don Ruffner was low net with 31.
Andy Teach was second with 32 and Luke Thoma was third with 33.
Dr. Steve Koon Optometrist 65.5
Joe Thoma Jewelers 64
Smitty’s Bike Shop 53.5
Mulligan’s Pub 53.5
Adam & Eve 50
Long Shots 47
Francis Office Supply 45
Patriot Fence 40
3 Bros & the “Law” 31
45 at Echo
Sandy Finkes was low gross with 45 in regular nine-hole play in the Ladies League Tuesday.
Cindy Pearson was second with 47.
Kathie Isenhouer was low net with 34, while Marty Hemm was second with 35.
Kathie Molesky was low putts with 12 and Renie Huffman was second with 14.
to go on sale
Reserve seat and season tickets for the Covington football season will go on sale Aug. 18.
Those who held football reserve seats last year may purchase them from 6-7 p.m.
Those who did not hold reserve seats last year should come to the high school from 7-7:30 p.m.
Tickets will also be available during the high school open house on Aug. 23 from 4-5:30 p.m.
Reserve seat ticket prices are $35 for adults.
Season tickets are $20 for students and $30 for adults.
The athletic department is also offering volleyball season passes.
Cost is $20 for students and $45 for adults.
Covington is also offering fall sports passes that are good for all regular season home events for junior high and high school.
Those passes are $40 for students and $80 for adults.
For addition information, contact athletic director Roger Craft at 473-2552.
The Lehman Catholic high school cheerleaders will kick off the annual Junior Cavs Cheer Program with a cheer and dance clinic on Aug. 15 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
This year’s program offers girls in grades kindergarten through six the opportunity to develop and improve cheer skills, increase self-confidence, and create positive friendships.
The $40 program fee includes the Aug. 15 clinic, 2016 Junior Cavs Cheerleading T-shirt, admission and sideline performance opportunity at the Oct. 14 LCHS home varsity football game, and participation in the Sidney Winter Wonderland Parade on Nov. 18 at 7:30.
For program registration, please contact Melissa Safreed at [email protected] or day-of registration at 8:30 a.m. Aug. 15.