Linnen-Jeffries a successful event

Published 8:01 am Wednesday, June 23, 2004

By By SCOTT NOVAK / Vigilant/Argus
Niles' Ben Landgraff captured the 17-18 year old division of the 31st annual Linnen-Jeffries Junior Golf Tournament held Friday at Hampshire Country Club.
Landgraff shot 74 to edge runner-up Nathan Hoff of South Bend, Ind, by a stroke.
David Maxey of Dowagiac and Nathan Saunders of St. Joseph tied for third with an 18-hole total of 78. Joseph Groot of South Bend finished third with a 79.
Scott Majerek of Niles won the 16-year-old division with a score o 80.
Steven Sexton of Granger, Ind. captured the 15-year-old division with a score of 82, while Kevin Proshwitz of Dowagiac won the 13-14 year old division with a score of 104.
Jillian Speece defeated her sister, Jacque, both of Granger, with a score of 78 to win the 15-18 year-old girl's division.
The 12 and under title went to Christopher Noble of Niles, who had a nine-hole total of 42.
A total of 28 golfers competed in the tournament.
17-18 year olds
Ben Landgraff, Niles 78
Nathan Hoff, South Bend 75
David Maxey, Dowagiac 78
Nathan Saunders, St. Joseph 78
Joseph Groot, South Bend 79
C.J. Wright, Stevensville 81
Dan Stanage, Cassopolis 88
Josh Yskes, St. Joseph 88
Tom Valha, Stevensville 91
Andrew Wright, Stevensville 97
Michal Null, Dowagiac 112
Scott Majerek, Niles 80
Ryan Clem, Stevensville 85
Justin Stevens, Benton Harbor 94
Williw McGraw, Niles 96
Steven Sexton, Granger 82
Nick Krizinski, Dowagiac 86
Michael Goepfrich, South Bend 89
13-14 year olds
Kevin Proshwitz, Dowagiac 104
Richie Hutchinson, Dowagiac 112
Christopher Coates, Cassopolis 144
15-18 year old girls
Jillian Speece, Granger 78
Jacque Speece, Granger 83
12 and under
Christopher Noble, Niles 42
Jacob Miller, Dowagiac 55
Brett Phillips, Niles 58
Jordan Hagemann, Dowagiac 73
Tim Coates, Cassopolis 76