Sam Dallmeyer won the Mt. Pleasant Junior Club Championship, firing a 2-over par 74 to edge Pat Silk by a single shot.
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On the other side of the age spectrum, Les Devitt captured the Vesper CC Senior Club Championship with a 36-hole total of 5-over par 149.
Mt. Pleasant GC
Dallmeyer and Silk both easily qualified for the Mt. Pleasant team in the Junior City Tournament, which will be held Aug. 8 on their home course.
Tom Connelly was seeded onto the 16-and-under team and is joined by Dan Trahan (77), Jack Koravos (77) and Will Hulett (81).
The 15-under Junior Cities team for MP includes Max Hagan (86), Trevor Green (91), Liam Bowser (101), Matt Asselin (102), Ben Asselin (104) and Brock Pare (107).
In a men's Under 50/Over 50 tournament, Chris Gentle and Dennis Brissette were on top with a score of 67.
Steve Bourret and Mike Mullavey were second at 68 and Jonah Choe and Ray Costello third at 69.
The low net went to Papa Walsh and Mike Walsh (55), followed by Mike Bowser and Sean Dolan (59), and Brendan Allen and Charlie Demers (61).
Low gross in a member-three guest event went to the team of Gus Chapman, Rich Thurber, Bill Cronin and Steve Twomey in the morning flight (67), and Jason Howarth, Chad McClutchy, Mike Schnyer and Mike Walker in the afternoon flight (62).
First net in the morning flight was won by Pat Coit, Josh Carter, Chris Molis and Matt Patterson.
There was a three-way tie for low net in the afternoon flight at 55: Bob Thompson, Jeff Thompson, Mike Thompson, Patrick Hall; Jeff Hardy, Rob Hardy, Joel Deputat, Dave Boyle; and Dave MacKenzie, Paul Dougherty, Kyle O'Neil, Brian MacKenzie.
Qualifying rounds for September's Lowell Senior City Tournament were held at the Tyngsboro jewel over the weekend, with Dan Brown seeded into the field as two-time defending champion of the event.
Joining Brown on the VCC team are Jack Lougee, who shot 74 to lead the pack, Les Devitt (75), Richard Mackey (77), Al Polmonari (78), Joe Magnone (80), Bob Adamson (80), Paul Kaplan (80), and the four Super Seniors (65-up), Chris Kennedy (80), Ed Turcotte (82), Ken Hughes (82) and Tim Gleason (83).
Alternates are Peter Harrison, Dean Koravos and Bob Stott.
The Men's Senior Club Championship was held in conjunction with the qualifying but was a two-day, 36-hole event.
Les Devitt was overall champion with a score of 149 (5-over par) and Dan Curtis finished second at 156.
Tied for third at 157 were Dean Koravos, Richard Mackey and Dan Brown, while Peter Harrison and Jack Lougee tied for sixth (159) and John Jaskul was eighth (160).
A ladies member-guest saw the foursome of Deborah Kay, Anne Windhol, Robin Koravos and Rhonda Regan take low gross honors with an even-par 72. Second gross went to the team of Cheryl Popp, Angel MacLeod, Colleen Kaiser and Gayla Hensley (74).
Low gross was scooped up by the quartet of Maureen Friel, Sandy Machell, Deborah Erickson and Liz O'Brien with a 131 total.
Second net went to Dottie De Marines, Christine Hotarek, Kat Davis and Teri Barry (132). Third net was Sue L'Hussier, Ann Russo, Donna Foley and Linda Hill (133). And fourth net was Christine Salome, Julia Santos, Trish O'Donnell and Mary Moriarty (134).
Closest to the hole prizes went to Cheryl Popp, Donna Foley, Rosanne Bourgeois, Marybeth Massimino and Caitlin Barry. Longest putt winners were Maureen Friel and Sandy Machell.
Long Meadow GC
The annual three-day member-guest tournament saw action in two flights.
In the first flight, the team of Scott Hoffman and Marc Turgeon emerged victorious, with Bob Scannell and Vic Kiloski grabbing second place.
Consolation winners included the teams of Phil Keon and Dan Villemaire, Phil Conners and Scott Ouelett, and Chris Courtney and Scott Pare.
In the second flight, Paul Murphy and Declan Regan took the money, defeating Dan Kelly and Boo Tremlett in the final match.
Consolation prizes went to the teams of Alex Grillakas and Don McGillicuddy, Rob Budryk and Mike Kelleher, and Greg Dillon and Randy Lambert.
Scott Patterson took top honors in a point quota tournament with a plus-9 offering.
John Donoghue was second at plus-7, Joe Quinn was plus-4, and Tom Swerchesky and Frank Gallo tied at plus-3.
In the Tuesday Men's League, Jim McGlinchey was the weekly winner at plus-5. Mike DiGregorio was closest to the pin on No. 9 with a shot to 2 feet, 10 inches.
Steve Corddry and Tom Libby wrapped up the Palmer Division regular season title with 21 points, while Mike DiGregorio and Rick Martino took down the Nicklaus Division crown with 23 points.
In the Thursday Ladies League, Pat Hennessy and Dot Hardock lead Division A with 16.5 points, followed by Betty Marggraf and JoAnne Middleton with 14.5 points.
Roberta Forrest and Shiela Nelson lead Division B with 19 points, followed by Cate Fitzgerald and Luz Parisien with 16 points.
Elaine Cataldo took weekly honors with a score 7 strokes below her average. Closest to the pin was Sharon Godbold (9 feet, 6 inches).
Nabnasset Lake CC
Chelmsford's Bob Lailer notched a hole-in-one recently.
Lailer aced the second hole, a 137-yard par 3, using a 5-hybrid. His playing partners were Tom Boyle, Jim Milligan and Ron Hayes.
New England Am
Griffin Brown of Vesper CC and Andrew Wester of Concord CC failed to make the cut at last week's 85th New England Amateur Championship at Winchester Country Club.
Brown shot rounds of 76-75, while Wester posted 79-77 scores.
The tournament was captured by Connecticut's John Vanderlaan after rounds of 70-71-67-70.