Powers 28th with a 1-over 73
after first round of Ohio Amateur
DAYTON – Bowling Green’s John Powers is 28th after one round of the Ohio Amateur golf championship, held
at Moraine Country Club.
Powers shot a 1-over 73 on Tuesday. He is five strokes behind leader Lucas Murray (East Sparta), while
defending champion Vaughn Snyder (Massillon) is one shot off the lead after carding a 69.
Also competing in the tournament from Wood County are Robert Harman and Erik Hoops of Perrysburg. Harman
shot a 2-over 74 and is 45th, while Hoops carded a 4-over 76 and is 62nd in the 144-player field.
Round 2 of the 72-hole event is today.
BG Swim Club results
Results for the Bowling Green Swim Club’s Greater Northwest Ohio Aquatic Conference meet can be found on
page 11 today.
Jones named Northern Buckeye Conference commissioner
The newly-formed Northern Buckeye Conference has named Larry Jones as the league commissioner effective
Aug. 1. The six-team league will begin competition in 2011-12.
Jones was unanimously approved by the NBC’s selection committee that interviewed applicants last week.
Jones was the athletic director at Northview from 1983-2005. Jones served as Northern Lakes League
commissioner during the 1982-83 school year. He was elected to the Ohio Interscholastic Athletic
Administrators Association Hall of Fame in 2001.
Amspoker records hole-in-one
JACKSON, Mich. – Bowling Green resident Jim Amspoker recorded a hole-in-one at Cascades Golf Course
Amspoker aced the 184-yard No. 4 with a 7-iron.
The Links Lassies held a medal play event at Forrest Creason Golf Course Tuesday.
The flight winners were: A, Eileen Smith, low gross and low net; B, Judy Dayton, low gross and low net;
C, Doris Christensen, low gross and low net; and Smith, low putts.
The Bowling Green Country Club Golferettes held regular league play on Tuesday.
Flight winners were: A, Joyce Stearns, low net, low putts; B, Sherry Haskins, low gross and low net and
Sis Oman, low putts; C, Linda Moore, low gross and low net and Mary Gwin, low putts; D, Beth Rutter low
gross and Mary Fortney, low putts.
The President’s Day Tournament winner was Stearns.