May 20, 2017


Filed under: General News — gerry @ 9:38 am

It looked like a blue wave sweeping over the Party Central miniature golf course when the NW Louisiana District Senior Olympics held its championship May 16. Most of the 36 contestants wore their snappy blue Senior Olympics T-shirts given to all entrants in the 25th year of the district.

When it came to determining the low scorer of the night, Harold Harvill must have left the other men in the event a little blue. He shot a two-over par 38, five strokes better than Bill Snow, his nearest competition. Harvill’s total was one of the lowest ever in the event.

Elaine Ingersoll paced the ladies with a 48-stroke total, with Vicki Mericle, Janeth Kahlenhofer and Kay Aldrich each posting 54s for runner-up honors.

Lionel Brangham (43) and Steve Pinkley (43) were behind Harvill and Snow in the men’s division.

Last year, Ed Reynolds fashioned the low score (42) in ending a long domination by Harvill in the men’s division by a single shot. Donna Cole’s 48 was low score for the ladies in 2016.

Females Ages 60-69: Vickie Mericle 54 Gold, Linda Johnson. 58 Silver. Betty Smith 58 Bronze. Ages 70-74: Elaine Ingersoll 48 Gold. Jeanette Kohlenhoffer 54 Silver. Claudia Beene 58 Bronze. Ages 75-79: Kay Aldrich 54 Gold. Salie Vaughn 64 Silver. no bronze awarded. Ages 80-84: Doris Carter 56 Gold. Atlean Snow 58 Silver. Red Fletcher 59 Bronze.

Males Ages 65-69: Lionel Brangham 45 Gold. Steve Pinkley 47 Silver. no bronze awarded. Ages 70-79: Harold Harvill 38 Gold. Bob Taylor 51 Silver. Leon Darden 59 Bronze. Ages 80-84: Bill Snow 43 Gold. Jim Aldrich 51. Silver. Walter Hall 51 Bronze.

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