Len Coleman defended his championship of the Emanon Country Club with a two-day score of one-under 139.
Coleman fired a 69 on the first day of competition and followed it up with a 70. It was his 12th club championship and his second straight. John “Cap” Petrosky (144) came in second, while Bob Lampman (145), Joe Coleman (147) and Dan Podwika (149) rounded out the top five.
Arlene Warunek, Pittston, won her first Ladies Club Championship in a 54-hole, three-day medal play tournament at Fox Hill Country Club.
Runner-up was Dorothy Larnerd, first low net was captured by Eleanore Rusnak and Edith Serino took second. In the B flight, Ann Crossin was first low gross and Caroline Traglia was second low gross. Florence Boyer was first low net, while Pat Connolly was second.
Michelle Quinn, Laflin, was named the “Most Outstanding Camper” at the annual King’s College girls basketball camp.
The award is in memory of Chappy Zimmerman, a former employee of the Sunday Dispatch. Michelle was a junior at Scranton Prep at the time and is the daughter of Joseph and Carole Quinn.
Greater Pittston residents Jeff Hatrak, Matt Martinelli and Bob Ames were crowned winners of the Phillies Home Run Derby held at Pittston Little League.
The youngsters went on to represent Pittston in the regional finals in Wilkes-Barre. Winners of the regional finals went on to the championships were at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia.