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August 26, 2013

Logansport rolls to victory in Beaupre Cup

Competition raises record $18,100 for All Saints School

The best golfers from Logansport and Peru went head to head in the annual battle of the Beaupre Cup over the weekend at Dykeman Park G.C. When the friendly competition was over, it was the golfers from Logansport who once again had claimed the cup.

Saturday’s matches were for team points and at the end of the day, Logansport held a 5 ½ to 2 ½ lead. Sunday’s matches were individual scores with Logansport dismantling the visitors by claiming 13 ½ out of 15 points.

Logansport had all kinds of good play Sunday. Dave Ulery was a 3 and 2 winner over Lou Hevezi. Bryan Worthington was a 5 and 4 winner over Jerry Hammon and Fred Hunkle was a 5 and 4 winner over Paul Donaldson. Mark Muehlhausen was a 4 and 3 winner over Mike Burt. Jon Flory won 1-up over Kurt Brenneman. Bob Louthain won his match 4 and 3. Dave Delk was a 5 and 4 winner over Mike Tweed.Ken Robbins was a 4 and 3 winner over Mike Tweed Jr.

Also for Logansport, Kerry Worthington was a 5 and 4 winner over Brian Mullikan. Greg Fisher was a 8 and 6 winner over Adraian Roach. Dallis Bowditch won his match 3 and 2 over Jim Bandsetter while Steve Schwering was a 6 and 5 winner over Jim Fry. Michael Miller was a 2-up winner over Brian Brindle and Pete Lundy was a 3 and 2 winner over Mike Thayer.

Peru’s lone points came from Daryl Medley, who halved his match with Dave Eberhardt, and Carter Cox, who was a 3 and 1 winner over Rick Scott.

Logansport’s Lundy went head to head with Peru’s top guy, Thayer, and was happy to come away with the win.

“We kind of went back and forth all day long. He’d string together a few good holes and then I would do the same. Neither of us were really able to get anything going but we were here to compete, and that’s what it’s all about. All of us getting together for this friendly competition and the camaraderie of it all.”

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