Wor-Wic Community College recently held its 19th annual golf tournament at the college’s Ocean Resorts Golf Club in Berlin. Proceeds from the tournament benefit the college’s on-campus child development center.
This year’s top team with the lowest gross score was the Delmarva Power team of John Petito, Joe and Renee Sheehy, and George Vogelsang, followed by the Avery Hall team of Joe Gast, Mike Mercer, Bill Sterling and Terry White. Third place went to the Hebron Savings Bank team of Tim Boston, Seth Underwood, Ernie Wagner and Sam Witt.
The top team with the lowest net score was the Long and Foster team of Rich Barr, Ryan Johnson, Mike Sullivan and Andrew Wagner, followed by the Aflac team of Dale Cropper, Ryan Goodwin, John Holloway and Brian Shockley. Third place in net score went to the Joseph M. Zimmer Inc. team of Dwayne Austin, Mark Cadwell, Greg Leidy and Jeff White.
Longest drive winners were Claire Barr and Brandon Havas. Winners of the putting contest were Zach Evans and Brad Mogan. Closest to the pin prizes were awarded to Lenny Richardson, Monty Sayler, Joe Sheehy and Mike Sullivan.
LOWEST GROSS SCORE.
From left, Joe and Renee Sheehy, George Vogelsang and John Petito from the Delmarva Power team, had the lowest gross score in the 19th annual Wor-Wic Community College golf tournament held at the college’s Ocean Resorts Golf Club in Berlin.
LOWEST NET SCORE.
From left, Mike Sullivan, Rich Barr, Ryan Johnson and Andrew Wagner, from the Long and Foster team, had the lowest net score in the 19th annual Wor-Wic Community College golf tournament held at the college’s Ocean Resorts Golf Club in Berlin.
From left, Dale Cropper, John Holloway, Brian Shockley and Ryan Goodwin wait to see if they have a winning ticket after the tournament.
BEFORE THE TOURNAMENT.
Roger Follebout of the TidalHealth team and John Cannon of the Salisbury-Wicomico Economic Development team share a laugh before heading out on the course.
Cindy Chambers, left, and Veronica James, of the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce team, pause for a photo before the tournament.
Dr. Ray Hoy, president of Wor-Wic Community College, and his wife, Donna, take time out for a photo during the tournament with their grandson, Zach Prebula, who played on the Salisbury-Wicomico Economic Development team.
AFTER THE TOURNAMENT.
Mike Wessells, center, of the Marshall Hotels & Resorts team, visits with Brandon Havas, left, and Tony Nichols, of the BBSI team, after the 19th annual Wor-Wic Community College golf tournament held at the college’s Ocean Resorts Golf Club in Berlin.