Pannebaker leads at Belles Springs
MACKEYVILLE – Jeremy Pannebaker, representing Lost Creek Golf Club, shot a 42 on the back nine at Belles Springs for his division lead in an NCPGA match Monday.
The back nine played an important role as it helped determine the winner of two flights. Both boys 18-hole divisions were decided by matching scorecard using the USGA recommended back nine total.
In the 16-18 year old division Pannebaker and Wynding Brook’s Jacob Lenhart posted 80s, but Pannebaker’s 42 on the back nine was good enough to give him the first place prize in the flight.
Landgraf first in hammer throw
SELINSGROVE – Seth Landgraf ended to his college track and field career at Susquehanna University in the Landmark Conference championships at the United States Merchant Marine Academy, where he had his career-best throw in the hammer with a distance of 44.01 meters, good for first place in the conference.
He finished in ninth place in the discus with a throw of 35.59 meters, making him the top finisher for Susquehanna. The men’s team took first place in the conference.
Landgraf is the grandson of James and Joanne Rudy of Lewistown.