Sunday, July 05, 2015

Deron Feldhaus Wins Firecracker by One Shot

Deron Feldhaus won the Firecracker golf tournament at Kenton Station Golf Course by one shot over Ben Hensley and Don Pollard today. Feldhaus shot a six-under par 64 for the second straight day. Hensley, who began the final round one shot behind Feldhaus and two behind Pollard, fired a five-under 30 on the front nine Sunday to take a one shot lead over Feldhaus and a two-shot lead over Pollard, Feldhaus birdied No. 11 and No. 12 to grab the lead. Hensley gained a share of the lead with a birdie on No. 14. Feldhaus regained the lead with a birdie on No. 16. Pollard also birdied No. 16 to move into a tie for second place. Feldhaus, Hensley and Pollard parred the final two holes. It's Feldhaus' fourth Firecracker title. He also won in 1999, 2002 and 2006. Mike Noel had a hole-in-one on No. 17 Saturday. Here are the other flight winners:

First Flight
Izzy Grayson 133

Second Flight
John Southworth 142

Third Flight
Mark Kiskaden 149

Fourth Flight
Mike Russell 158
Jerry Butler 158

Fifth Flight
Bill Boyd 159

Friday, July 03, 2015

48th Firecracker Golf Tournamnt this weekend at Kenton Station

The 48th Firecracker golf tournament will be played Saturday and Sunday at Kenton Station Golf Course. Troy Grooms is the defending champion of the 36-hole stroke play tournament. The Firecracker Shootout is tonight. Here is a list of the former champions:

1968 Earl Boles
1969 Joe Traxel
1970 Steve Poynter
1971 Ray Liiteral
1972 Ross Smith
1973 Gerald Dixon
1974 Ross Smith
1975 Jim Rollins
1976 Jay Spiller
1977 Ross Smith
1978 Ross Smith
1979 Ron Henson
1980 Jim Klapper
1981 Gerald Dixon
1982 Mort Bertram
1983 Robert Walton
1984 Gerald Dixon
1985 Jim Caudill
1986 Jim Klapper
1987 Jim Klapper
1988 Mike Fields
1989 Mike Fields
1990 Willie Feldhaus
1991 Steve Grayson
1992 Steve Grayson
1993 Russ Coleman
1994 Rick Hensley
1995 Steve Grayson
1996 Harold Wallace
1997 Rick Hensley
1998 Russ Coleman
1999 Deron Feldhaus
2000 Eric Schumacher
2001 Rick Hensley
2002 Deron Feldhaus
2003 Robert Walton
2004 Tim Ailes
2005 Harold Wallace
2006 Deron Feldhaus
2007 Troy Grooms
2008 Shawn Armstrong
2009 Shawn Armstrong
2010 Shawn Armstrong
2011 John Kelly
2012 Eric Schumacher
2013 Bobby Kearney
2014 Troy Grooms

Wednesday, July 01, 2015

Buchanan named Mason Co. Citizen of the Year by Rotary Club

Former Mason County football coach David Buchanan has been named Mason County Citizen of the Year by the Maysville Rotary Club. Buchanan resigned in April after 19 seasons at Mason County to accept the head coaching position at Mercer County.

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Maysville Classic July 31-August 2

Olympic Hopeful Andy Fryman has a GoFundMe Account

Olympic hopeful Andy Fryman has a gofundme account to raise money for his quest to make Team USA in the hammer throw for the 2016 Summer Olympics. Fryman, a former standout at Mason County High School and the University of Kentucky, is Director of High Performance at Myrtle Beach Athletic Club. He holds the state Class 2A record in the shot put (65-07.50 set in 2003) and the overall state record in the discus throw (194-11 set in 2003). Here is a link to Fryman's gofundme account

Monday, June 29, 2015

Jason Hinson Basketball Camp July 6-8

The Jason Hinson Basketball Camp is scheduled July 6-8 at Germantown Gym. The hours are 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. for 3rd, 4th and 5th graders, and 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. for 6th graders and up. The camp will include agility work and fundamentals. Every camper will receive a ball and a t-shirt. The cost is $50.