Quintet wins five-person tournament / Golf

Sean Hall, Don Montague, Todd Peterson, Mike Seek and Jeff Strickland worked together to claim the Frontier Five-Person Best Ball Tournament July 28-30 at the Whidbey Golf Club.

The quintet fired a two-day total of 386 to claim a three-stroke victory and the $2,000 first-place prize.

Martin Pool and Mike Talley won the adidas Horse Race on Friday.

“Thank you to Frontier Building Supply and adidas for their donations,” WGC head professional David Phay said. “We had a record payout this year with over $26,000 getting paid out to the field through various games.”

Top 10 teams:

First: Don Montague, Mike Seek, Sean Hall, Jeff Strickland, Todd Pederson.

Second: Brad Mueller, Christian Case, Peter Krukar, Ryan Wolslegal, Jason Johnson.

Third: Ronnie Wright, Willie Sprague, Arik Dahlen, Andrew Fridlund, Robert Chrisman.

Fourth (tie): Marcus Cushway, Gene Cushway, Leo Munoz, Chad Thompson, Tracy Vass.

Fourth (tie): Steve Richardson, Casey Richardson, Sam Noyes, Pat Amell, Dave Solis.

Sixth: Kevin Helwick, Todd Melnick, Lucas Horrobin, Kevin Gentry, Casey Audette.

Seventh (tie): Mike Llewyllyn, Warwick Charlton, Wayne McKinney, Derek Romero, Kerry Osburn.

Seventh (tie): Tim Wyer, John Geragotelis, Oki Dureau, Ron Coleman, Mike Lacey.

Ninth: Marsha Phay, Tom Ford, Roger Pierce, Donnie Pierce, Doug Pierce.

10th: Keith Tod, George Schmidt, Chuck Krieg, Pat Ford, Chuck Yurcina.

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