Golfer Phil Schmitt won the championship flight of the BREC Beaver Creek Stableford Challenge over the weekend after the event was shortened to one day because of bad weather Sunday.

Schmitt won the championship flight with 49 points, while Larry Lynch (36) took the first flight, and Scott Wilfong (32) won the second flight.

The third flight went to Andrew Whall with 29 points, while Dean Napoli (26) won the fourth flight. Jason Anderson (22) won the fifth flight.

FLOOD-RYAN TEAM WINS TOURNEY: The team of Jerry Flood and Steve Ryan won the championship flight of the MGA 9-9-9 golf tournament Saturday at Pelican Point.

Flood and Ryan had the first-place gross score in the championship, while Paul Castro and Bobby Beale had the second-place gross score.

The team of Guy Schexnaydre and Scott Waguespack had the first-place net score, while Russell Williams and Wayne Grip had the second-place net score.

In the first flight, Bill Cotten and Sam Cecoteau had the first-place gross score, and Jim Whiddon and Skipper McInnis had the second-place gross score. Jared Mullins and Chester Campbell had the first-place net score, while Gary Bridgewater and Tony Frederic had the second-place net score.

SANTA MARIA GOLF WINNERS NAMED: The team of Chad Braud and Mike Waguespack (34) won the Wednesday night golf league at Santa Maria Golf Club on April 10, while Chuck Ellis and Craig Simmons (35) finished second, and Richard Young and Jason Miller (36) were third.

On April 9, the team of Mike Arbour and Byron Miller (37) tied with Ryan Cooney and Peter Talluto for first place, while Lee Lawrence and Michael Carriere (38) finished third.

On April 2, the team of Chuck Ellis and David Melancon (34) took first place, while Brad and Eddie Mcfearin tied Michael Carriere and Lee Lawrence (37) for second place.

On April 3, Youn and Jason Miller tied Ellis and Simmons (34) for first place, while Terrell Bourgeois and MikeRoussell (35) finished third.

RED RIVER CLASH WINNERS NAMED: In Shreveport, Hayden White won championship of the Red River Clash as part of the Louisiana USSSA Junior Golf Tour at Shreveport Country Club last weekend.

White, a 12-14-year-old division competitor, competed against golfers in the 15-18 age division in firing a 152 in the 36-hole event.

Corbin Cantrell finished three strokes behind White for second place, while Skye Mejia of Lafayette and Ryan Desormeaux of Broussard (158) tied for third.

In the 9-11 boys division, Dawson Tolar of Jonesboro won his first USSSA title with an 88 in the nine-hole event. Roberto Espinosa of Arnaudville (112) was second, while Peyton Canter (116) was third.

In the girls senior division, Lana Hodge (152) claimed the title, while Angelica Harris of New Orleans finished four strokes behind for second place. Baton Rouge’s Taylor Kennedy (165) was third, while Taylor Thompson of Baton Rouge (166) was fourth.

Sulphur’s Brooke Duzan (182) won the girls junior championship, four strokes better than second-place finisher Aoife O’Donovan of Monroe. Riely Heaslip of Baton Rouge (201) was third.

Fastpitch softball

007’s WIN TOURNAMENT: The Ascension Parish-based 007’s 10-under team ran its record to 18-0 this season by going undefeated to win the Battle on the Turf championship last weekend in Zachary.

The 007’s defeated the Atak from Brookhaven, Miss., 8-1 in the title game as Emma Hutchinson threw two innings of scoreless relief, Payton Granier hit a grand slam, and Jayda Spillman had multiple RBI hits.

Hutchinson also threw a five-inning shutout, and Alyssa Romano had a solo home run in the fourth inning in a 1-0 win over the Atak earlier in the day.

The 007’s outscored their opponents 60-5 in the tournament with Brittany Turner, Hannah Presley, Jena Vavasuer and Hutchinson contributing on offense. Kendyl Kerr, Anna Jones and Paige Luquette provided solid defense, while 8-year-old Shaun Levia performed well.


BRAUD, RABALAIS WIN ‘LOOP THE LAKE’ TITLES: Alex Braud and Megan Rabalais were winners in the AED “Loop the Lake” four-mile run held March 23 at Baton Rouge Beach.

Braud won the men’s title in 23 minutes, 21 seconds, while Rabalais won the female title in 29:36.

FITZWILLIAM, CAPMARTIN WIN GREAT ROVER ROAD RUN TITLES: Sean Fitzwilliam and Sophie Capmartin were the overall winners in the 5K portion of the Great Rover Road Run held April 6.

Fitzwilliam (16:45) was the overall male winner, while Capmartin (19:05) was the overall female winner.

Daryl Blink (18:34) was the masters male winner, while the masters female title went to Dr. Christy White (26:16).

Dave Kneiling (19:30) was the grandmasters male winner, while Dr. Sandy Merchant (31:00) was the grandmasters female winner.

Saddle seat racing

NALTY PART OF WINNING TEAM: William Nalty of New Orleans, who trains at Cascade Stables in Audubon Park, was part of a United States team that took home a gold medal at the recent U.S. Saddle Seat Invitational against teams from Canada and South Africa at William Woods University in Fulton, Mo.

Nalty, along with teammates, Marjorie Townsend, Emily Gutenkunst, Eleanor Rainbolt-Forbes, McGee Bosworth and Shelby Hader (captain and alternate) took gold in the five-gaited competition, while South Africa collected silver.

The team is coached by Barbe Smith and Mandy Martin.


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