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September 18, 2013

Spot on

DANIELS — Spot Leach hits his second shot on the par-4 No. 4 during the West Virginia Senior Amateur held on the Cobb Course at The Resort at Glade Springs. Leach, of Shady Spring, will take on Hurricane’s Bob White in today’s gold championship.

W.Va. Senior Amateur

At The Resort at Glade Springs


Match Play results

CHAMPIONSHIP (Round of 16)

Eric Fairbanks, Morgantown def. Jim Grimmett, Davin 4 and 2

Steve Jackson, Williamstown def. Jim Freeman, Barboursville 3 and 2

Jeff Harper, Parkersburg def. Larry Vallar, Triadelphia 5 and 4

Harold Payne, Hurricane def. Al Estepp, St Albans 2 and 1

Steve Fox, Huntington def. Phillip Zambos, White Sulphur Springs 4 and 3

David Jude, Kermit def. Pat Clay, Barboursville By Default

Ardie Jenkins, Beckley def. John Kingora, Morgantown 3 and 1

Richard Moore, Spencer def. James Carney Jr, Charleston 5 and 4

Round -- (Quarterfinal)

Steve Jackson, Williamstown def. Eric Fairbanks, Morgantown

Harold Payne, Hurricane def. Jeff Harper, Parkersburg 5 and 4

Steve Fox, Huntington    def. David Jude, Kermit 2 and 1

Richard Moore, Spencer def. Ardie Jenkins, Beckley 5 and 4



Round -- (Quarterfinal)

Dick Bolen, Morgantown def. Jim Carpenter, Martinsburg 5 and 4

Jim Mason, Mineral Wells def. Tom Spriggs, Cross Lanes 2 and 1

Tom Macaulay, Fairmont def. Jim Cragett, Crab Orchard 3 and 2

Tom Brown, Beckley def. Jim Bartsch, S. Charleston 19 holes

Round -- (Semifinal)

Dick Bolen, Morgantown def. Jim Mason, Mineral Wells

Tom Brown, Beckley def. Tom Macaulay, Fairmont 2 and 1


Round -- (Quarterfinal)

Ira Lee, Beckley def. Jack Forbes, Morgantown 2 and 1

Charlie Stone, Huntington def. Mr George W Marshall, Morgantown 8 and 6                                                 

Allen Bailes, Charleston def. Gary Roush, Mason 4 and 3

Spot Leach, Shady Spring def. Bob White, Hurricane 3 and 2

Round -- (Semifinal)

Charlie Stone, Huntington def. Ira Lee, Beckley 2 up

Spot Leach, Shady Spring def. Allen Bailes, Charleston 3 and 2


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