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Abbott won Uthala Abdullah dominated her the first game 6-2, and then Amina No. 2 singles match defeating Kate- Abdullah controlled game-two 6-1. lyn McCreary (Lewis and Clark C.C.) Amina AbduUah fell in the deciding 6-3 and 6-1. It is the second straight game-three, 6-3, and will move to the year UthalaAbdullah has advanced in consolation bracket where she will the championship bracket to second have a first round bye before facing round competition after winning an opponent to be determined. CCC hosts Century Golf Tournament By Sandy Anderberg and Ruth Jackson finished second Thirty-three teams competed with a 146. in the two-day Century Tournament West Texas Gas sponsored hole held at the Clarendoh Country Club number five, and the closest to the held May 5-6. There were six flights pin was Todd Curry at 11'9". Green- in the 36-hole best-ball tournament belt Electric sponsored number 15, with the top team coming in at 124. and the closest to the pin was Terry In the 100-109 flight the winners Esch at 6'6 W'. The closest to the pin were Wayne Taylor and Steve Russell on number eight and the longest putt at 124. Travis Lowe and Jim Gioco- on number nine were sponsored by mazzi shot a 128 for second, and J.B. Greenbelt Water Authority and went Lemon and Doug McCain were third to J.B. Lemon at 4' 1" and Casper with a 129. Ray Martin and Gen Smith with a putt of 20' ". Nichols shot a 129 to take first in Greenbelt Water Authority also the 110-119 flight. George and Gail gave free golf balls to those who Leathers finished second with a 135, landed on the green on number 11, and Byrd Adkins and Richard James and the winners were: Redell John- shot a 136 for third place, ston, J.B. Lemon, John Goodwin, AI In the 120-129 flight it was John Ramsey, David Majors, Troy Hoef- Goodwin and Jerry Baker taking first ner, P.J. Lemons, Ruth Jackson, Gail with a score of 131. Second place Leathers, Mike Voss, Jerry McCabe, went to Charlie Decker and Danny Dan Ashford, and Dave Miller. Gamble with a 135. Rex and Dave Carroll Duncan bested a 10-man Miller's 130 took the top honors in field to be the winner of the weekly the 130-139 flight, and Tom Stander men's game with a 64. Tom Stander and Terry Esch tied with Jerry and was second with a 68, and Travis Quida Gage with a 139 for second. Wilson shot a 70 for third. Ruth In the 140-149 flight, A1 Ramsey Jackson won'the women's game with and Steve Jarnigan shot a 140 for a 74, and Sherol Johnston was second first, and Casper Smith and Alvin with a 77. Danner turned in a 143 for second. 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