Spangler Leading Signal Mountain Invitational

Saturday, May 17, 2014 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Richard Spangler shot 69 on Friday and took the first-round lead in the annual Signal Mountain Invitational at the Signal Mountain Golf and Country Club.

Barry Hamilton and Brandon Cissom are one shot back while Michael McGowan and Steve Johnson are two shots behind.

Andy White is three shots back at 72.

The tournament concludes Sunday.

FRIDAY'S RESULTS

Championship Flight

Rank Name Gross

1 Richard D Spangler 69

T2 Barry Hamilton 70

Brandon Cissom 70

T4 Michael Mcgowan 71

Steve Johnson 71

6 Andy White 72

T7 David Weeks 73

Hal Lamb 73

Ryan Cannington 73

Wil Manuel 73

T11 Blake Maum 74

Cody Godfrey 74

Lake Johnson 74

Taylor Lewis 74

Taylor McCullum 74

T16 Adam Stephens 75

Josh Gregorich 75

Mike Craig 75

Tim Crawford 75

Tom Schreiner 75

T21 Brooks Thomas 76

Hunter Vest 76

Jerod Baldwin 76

Matt Robertson 76

Neil Gannaway 76

Taylor Davis 76

T27 Jay Potter 77

Scott Stevens 77

Tre Lamb 77

Walt Moffitt 77

T31 Chris Schmidt 78

David Lambeck 78

Mikey Feher 78

Oliver Simonsen 78

T35 Andrew Weathers 79

Jimmy Watkins 79

Philip Guess 79

T38 Mckeehanon Rue 80

Sam Cooper 80

Thomas Lilly 80

T41 Josh Baker 81

Sullivan Baker 81

T43 Dee Arnolds 82

Ethan Bean 82

Evan Spence 82

46 Jacob Bailey 83

T47 Grant Allen 84

Jeff Greeson 84

49 James White 85

50 Bryan Wardeberg 86

T51 John Pierce 87

Mike Robb 87

Tom Conner 87

54 Case White 88

T55 Brad Beck 89

Jimmy Mcgarry 89

Robert Hammond 89

58 Jared L Willerson 91

59 Luke Hamilton 96

60 Alex Christianson 99

61 Brad Palmer NS

Seniors

Rank Name Gross

T1 Mitch Hufstetler 72

Tom Baird 72

T3 Neil Spitalny 74

Randy Yoder 74

5 Mike Jenkins 75

6 John Lambert 79

T7 Frank Hollowell 80

Mike Mauney 80

Ron Johnson 80

10 Wes Gilliland 84

T11 Al Adcock 86

Mike A Granato 86

Mike Allison 86

14 Bob Morrison Jr 88

First Flight

1. Bryan Hogue 79

2 Jay Cooper 82

3 David Oneal 83

4 Mike Helle 86

5 Shane Vandeventer 87

6 Zach Correll 88

7 Matt Mckenney 89

8 Andy Tucker 93

9 Jon Berarducci 94

10 Scott Baker 95

11 Gil Milton 97

12 Charlie Haney NS

Stableford Standings Round 1

Jay Mullins

28

Bobby Schubert

27

Doug Petty

22

Wayne Palmer

20

Eddie Smith

19

Kirk Burns

19

Shawn Reynolds

18

Bobby Morrison III

18

Larry Hopkins

17

Mac Hedges

17

Doug Conner

16

Alan Cates

16

Michael Buchanan

16


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