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Little Boys Lead Dem Boys After Mongoose Cup First Round

March 25, 2007 — The Carambola Little Boys defended their home turf against the Buccaneer’s Dem Boys Saturday by winning three of the six matches played and halving one for a one-point lead, 3 1/2 to 2 1/2.
The home-and-away action continues next Saturday at the Buccaneer.
The competition, the inaugural Mongoose Cup match-play tournament, is the brainchild of team captains Paul Andrews of the Buccaneer and Frank Lange of Carambola. Both men expressed hope that this will be the beginning of a friendly annual competition between the players from the two local courses.
The teams include players with handicaps ranging from nine to 26. And although this is a far cry from the President’s or Ryder cups, the purse — one year of bragging rights — is almost as important to these players.
The teams of Jim Kasin and Jose Manibo (Carambola), 6 and 5, and Tyrone Seales and Mike Monagle (Buccaneer), 5 and 4, were the most dominant winners. Seales posted the day’s low number with a 77.
With five matches completed, Dem Boys found themselves down two points at 3 1/2 to 1 1/2 with one match left. However, the Buccaneer team of Rich Carey and Macks Blum, after finding themselves down four after five holes, rallied to take the final match of the day 2 and 1 over Carambola’s Tony Dizon and Jurgen Wrangle team.
The Dem Boys squad consists of Andrews, Macks Blum, Raphael Bonet, Rich Carey, Keith Crilow, Dave Davis, Dave Holcomb, Eddie Lavarini, Mike Monagle, Brad Thomas, Tyrone Seales and John Zierman.
The Little Boys team consists of John Beagles, Bruce Zaveloff, Jim Kasin, Jose Manibo, Frank Lange, Arthur Epstein, Bobby Goldman, Ron Barr, Gary Sturdyke, Rich Thompson, Tony Dizon and Jurgen Wrangle.
Match play results:
— John Beagles and Bruce Zaveloff (Carambola) halved with Brad Thomas and Dave Davis (Buccaneer);
— Jim Kasin and Jose Manibo (Carambola) beat Paul Andrews and Keith Crilow (Buccaneer) 6 and 5;
— Frank Lange and Arthur Epstein (Carambola) beat Raphael Bonet and John Zierman (Buccaneer) 3 and 2;
— Tyrone Seales and Mike Monagle (Buccaneer) beat Bobby Goldman and Ron Barr (Carambola) 5 and 4;
— Gary Sturdyke and Rich Thompson (Carambola) beat Dave Holcomb and Eddie Lavarini (Buccaneer) 3 and 1; and
— Rich Carey and Macks Blum (Buccaneer) beat Tony Dizon and Jurgen Wrangle (Carambola) 2 and 1.
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March 25, 2007 -- The Carambola Little Boys defended their home turf against the Buccaneer’s Dem Boys Saturday by winning three of the six matches played and halving one for a one-point lead, 3 1/2 to 2 1/2.
The home-and-away action continues next Saturday at the Buccaneer.
The competition, the inaugural Mongoose Cup match-play tournament, is the brainchild of team captains Paul Andrews of the Buccaneer and Frank Lange of Carambola. Both men expressed hope that this will be the beginning of a friendly annual competition between the players from the two local courses.
The teams include players with handicaps ranging from nine to 26. And although this is a far cry from the President’s or Ryder cups, the purse -- one year of bragging rights -- is almost as important to these players.
The teams of Jim Kasin and Jose Manibo (Carambola), 6 and 5, and Tyrone Seales and Mike Monagle (Buccaneer), 5 and 4, were the most dominant winners. Seales posted the day’s low number with a 77.
With five matches completed, Dem Boys found themselves down two points at 3 1/2 to 1 1/2 with one match left. However, the Buccaneer team of Rich Carey and Macks Blum, after finding themselves down four after five holes, rallied to take the final match of the day 2 and 1 over Carambola’s Tony Dizon and Jurgen Wrangle team.
The Dem Boys squad consists of Andrews, Macks Blum, Raphael Bonet, Rich Carey, Keith Crilow, Dave Davis, Dave Holcomb, Eddie Lavarini, Mike Monagle, Brad Thomas, Tyrone Seales and John Zierman.
The Little Boys team consists of John Beagles, Bruce Zaveloff, Jim Kasin, Jose Manibo, Frank Lange, Arthur Epstein, Bobby Goldman, Ron Barr, Gary Sturdyke, Rich Thompson, Tony Dizon and Jurgen Wrangle.
Match play results:
-- John Beagles and Bruce Zaveloff (Carambola) halved with Brad Thomas and Dave Davis (Buccaneer);
-- Jim Kasin and Jose Manibo (Carambola) beat Paul Andrews and Keith Crilow (Buccaneer) 6 and 5;
-- Frank Lange and Arthur Epstein (Carambola) beat Raphael Bonet and John Zierman (Buccaneer) 3 and 2;
-- Tyrone Seales and Mike Monagle (Buccaneer) beat Bobby Goldman and Ron Barr (Carambola) 5 and 4;
-- Gary Sturdyke and Rich Thompson (Carambola) beat Dave Holcomb and Eddie Lavarini (Buccaneer) 3 and 1; and
-- Rich Carey and Macks Blum (Buccaneer) beat Tony Dizon and Jurgen Wrangle (Carambola) 2 and 1.
Back Talk Share your reaction to this news with other Source readers. Please include headline, your name and city and state/country or island where you reside.