Spangler Retains Lead In Signal Mountain Invitational

Sunday, May 18, 2014 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Richard Spangler shot his second 69 on a rain Saturday and retained his lead in the annual Signal Mountain Invitational at the Signal Mountain Golf and Country Club.

Spangler stands at 138 and leads Steve Johnson by two shots.

Michael McGowan is five shots back at 143 and Andy White and Brandon Cissom are six behind at 144.

 

Championship Flight

 

1 Richard D Spangler 69-69--138

2 Steve Johnson 71-69--140

3 Michael Mcgowan 71-72--143

T4 Andy White 72-72--144

Brandon Cissom 70-74--144

T6 Barry Hamilton 70-75--145

David Weeks 73-72--145

T8 Brooks Thomas 76-70--146

Ryan Cannington 73-73--146

Scott Stevens 77-69--146

T11 Blake Maum 74-73--147

Cody Godfrey 74-73--147

Matt Robertson 76-71--147

Taylor McCullum 74-73--147

15 Wil Manuel 73-75--148

16 Tom Schreiner 75-75--150

T17 Lake Johnson 74-77--151

Taylor Davis 76-75--151

T19 Hal Lamb 73-79--152

Jerod Baldwin 76-76--152

Mikey Feher 78-74--152

Walt Moffitt 77-75--152

T23 Adam Stephens 75-78--153

Hunter Vest 76-77--153

Josh Gregorich 75-78--153

Mike Craig 75-78--153

Thomas Lilly 80-73--153

28 Josh Baker 81-73--154

T29 Andrew Weathers 79-76--155

Chris Schmidt 78-77--155

Neil Gannaway 76-79--155

32 David Lambeck 78-79--157

33 Tre Lamb 77-82--159

34 Jay Potter 77-83--160

35 Tim Crawford 75-86--161

T36 James White 85-77--162

Sullivan Baker 81-81--162

T38 Ethan Bean 82-81--163

Sam Cooper 80-83--163

T40 Jacob Bailey 83-81--164

Mckeehanon Rue 80-84--164

42 Oliver Simonsen 78-87--165

T43 Evan Spence 82-85--167

Jimmy Watkins 79-88--167

John Pierce 87-80--167

T46 Brad Beck 89-79--168

Grant Allen 84-84--168

48 Jimmy Mcgarry 89-84--173

49 Jeff Greeson 84-90--174

50 Luke Hamilton 96-79--175

51 Jared L Willerson 91-86--177

52 Tom Conner 87-93--180

53 Bryan Wardeberg 86-95--181

54 Mike Robb 87-96--183

55 Alex Christianson 99-85--184

T56 Case White 88-WD--WD

Dee Arnold 82-WD--WD

Philip Guess 79-WD--WD

Robert Hammond 89-WD--WD

Taylor Lewis 74-WD—WD

 

Seniors

 

1 Mitch Hufstetler 72-73--145

2 Tom Baird 72-75--147

3 Neil Spitalny 74-76--150

4 Randy Yoder 74-77--151

5 Mike Jenkins 75-78--153

6 Frank Hollowell 80-76--156

7 John Lambert 79-78--157

8 Ron Johnson 80-83--163

T9 Mike A Granato 86-81--167

Mike Mauney 80-87--167

11 Al Adcock 86-86--172

12 Mike Allison 86-87--173

T13 Bob Morrison Jr 88-WD--WD

Wes Gilliland 84-DQ—DQ

 

First Flight

 

T1 Bryan Hogue 79-82--161

Jay Cooper 82-79--161

3 Shane Vandeventer 87-78--165

4 David Oneal 83-86--169

5 Mike Helle 86-85--171

6 Matt Mckenney 89-84--173

7 Scott Baker 95-80--175

8 Zach Correll 88-88--176

9 Andy Tucker 93-85--178

10 Jon Berarducci 94-95--189

11 Gil Milton 97-102--199

 

 

 

 

 Stableford Standings

 

Day 1

Day 2

Total

Jay Mullins

28

27

55

Bobby Schubert

27

21

48

Doug Petty

22

26

48

Wayne Palmer

20

20

40

Shawn Reynolds

18

22

40

Larry Hopkins

17

22

39

Kirk Burns

19

19

38

Doug Conner

16

22

38

Eddie Smith

19

15

34

Mac Hedges

17

16

33

Michael Buchanan

16

17

33

Bobby Morrison III

18

11

29

Alan Cates

16

11

27

 


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