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Blue Streak Classic a hit

The 30th annual Blue Streak Classic golf tournament drew 224 players, who took advantage of excellent weather and playing conditions to post some solid scores Saturday. The tournament was played at Highlands Ridge and both the North and South courses were used in order to accommodate the size of the field. The field was broken into four flights, with the first and third flights playing the South course and the second and fourth flights playing at Highlands Ridge North. There were plenty of close races for flight championships, with none of them closer than the first flight, as the foursome of Bob Biernot, Steven Piccione, Eric Groebs and Curtis Donovan claimed first place with a score of 46.4. A close second was the team of Pat Dell, Jim Gulick, Lar Bylund and P.T. Salinder with a score of 46.6. Taking third place with a score of 48.1 was the foursome of Andy Kesling, Matt Devlin, Dave Bell and Greg Griffin.
The second flight was dominated by the youngsters, as Sebring High School athletes took home the title. The team of Cullen Lovett, Terrell Williams, Jason Cannon and Sara Liles placed first with a score of 55. Sebring boys basketball coach and assistant football coach Princeton Harris continued his solid run on the links, teaming up with Remars Aelejo and Zack Fergson to take second with a score of 55.8. In third place with a score of 58.3 was the team of Brian Rodonski, Terry Hancock, Jeff Futch and Kenny Futch. Former Sebring baseball coach Hoppy Rewis was victorious in the third flight, as he and partners Charlie Lanier Jr., Charlie Lanier Sr. and Matt Parnell placed first with a score of 59.1. Sebring girls golf coach Lisa Lovett was joined by two of her players Megan Crews and Avie Clark along with Tommy Lovett Jr., and the group placed second with a score of 59.5. In third place was the team of Fraser Travers, Bear Brooker, Jarrod Brooker and Billy Alexy with a score of 60.6. The winning team in the fourth flight consisted of Roseann Kiefer, Donna Lyles, Nancy Jones and Lynn Fenox. The team combined to record a score of 54. In second place was the foursome of Alonzo Robinson, Carman Davis, Johnnie Perry and Dennis Keppel with a score of 58.2. Placing third with a score of 59 was the team of Michael Andrews, Eric Zwayer, Michael Holloran and Adam Todd. Nate Cervantes had closest-to-the-pin on the North course, while Scott LeCone grabbed the honors on the South course.


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