The Richmond Register


April 30, 2013

GLENMORE: Colonels headed to Auburn for NCAA regional



Colonels take sixth at OVC

The Colonels did not get a chance to move to the top in the OVC Tourney as old Mother Nature decided to rain out the final round after 36 holes.

EKU turned in a three round, 291, on Friday four shots better than Thursday’s 295. They finished two shots behind Murray State, 584, and one shot ahead of seventh-place Morehead State, 587.

Austin Peay won the title by nine shots over Jacksonville State, 577.

Stuart Witt fired EKU’s best score of the tournament on Friday, a three-under, 69.  His two-round total of 143 tied for 10th overall. Zack Butler had 147, Taylor Riggs, 148, Garrett Hinton, 148 and Johan Eriksson, 152.

This concludes the Colonels’ spring golf action. They will tee it up again in September.

Special thanks to Kevin Britton, assistant director of public relations at EKU for all the good info he has given me on the golf teams.

Hole-in-one club

On Monday, April 22, at the MCC, sweet-swinging cuz Don Edwards had his sixth hole-in-one on No. 9.

His beautiful shot was witnessed by playing partner Carl Noe.

You da man, Don!

Upcoming events

Saturday at Madison Country Club —Derby Day Party. Open to the public. Party starts at 2:30 p.m. with hors d’oeuvres then from 4:30 to 6:30 there will be a Derby buffet served with Burgoo and Cheese grits, pork tenderloin sliders, bratwurst with onions, grilled potato salad, bourbon baked beans, honey cornbread and assorted desserts. Come out and enjoy the food and races.

Saturday at Berea Country Club – Derby Day Scramble. Event starts at noon. Cost is $10 plus all cart and green fees apply. After the scramble there will be a Derby Party upstairs with hors d’oeuvres and the Run for the Roses at 6:24 p.m., after that there will be a buffet and Rick Arnold will be playing at 7 p.m. There will be a $5 cover for the upstairs events.

May 11 at Bluegrass Army Depot – The Kentucky Fire AAU Boys Basketball Golf Scramble. Registration at 8:15 a.m., tee time at 9 a.m. Entry fee is $35.00 per team member and includes lunch and cart. Fourteen teams of four are needed. First prize — $70 per team member; Second — $35 per player. For info contact Teresa Jefferson at (859) 582-3782 or

Final thought

Most folks are about as happy as they make up their minds to be — Abraham Lincoln.

If you have any news, stories, holes-in-one or tournament information e-mail to me by Sunday night at  

Until next time … live, love, laugh and learn, Glenmore.

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