To the editor:
Sunday, Aug. 18, marked the sixth annual Kevin Broderick, KB, Memorial Golf Tournament at Craig Wood Golf Course. Eighty-eight golfers, 22 teams, ranging from 13 to 85 years of age, played golf in Kevin's memory. Kevin, a teacher and goalie coach at National Sports Academy, passed away in May 2008 after three courageous years battling Ewing's sarcoma. In addition to the KBFEHL title winners, tournament organizers Seann Cassidy and Keith Clark want to congratulate the following winners:
Overall team: Dave Beeman, Larry Zygo, Milt Bickle and Brian McManius
The winners of the 2013 KBFEHL title are, from left, Chris Ericson, Josh Spanburgh, Don Mortensen and Trevor Gilligan on Sunday, Aug. 18 at Craig Wood Golf Course near Lake Placid.
(Photo — Amanda Mohr)
Closest to the pin: Mary Carmody and Bill Smith
Longest drive: Sheila Preston and Brian McManius.
Many local businesses and schools donated items to be raffled. Money raised, totaling $1,579, will be distributed in Kevin's name as educational scholarships. Thank you to the following businesses for your generous donations: USA Hockey Store, Buffalo Sabres, Chadd Cassidy with the Rochester Americans, Tupper Lake Country Club, Jimmy Connors at the Saranac Inn Golf Course, Lake Placid Spirits, the Butler family at Howard Johnson's, Rob and Vicky Breyette from The Cowboy, Duncan's Grille at The Pines Inn, Dancing Bears Lounge, Garrick Smith from Delta Blue, Eddie Yanchitis at Tail O' the Pup, Ted Blazer from ORDA/Whiteface Mountain, Chair 6, Tom Rath at Rock Bottom Golf, the Kane family at The Great Adirondack Steak & Seafood, David Hay at Hockey Depot, Lake Placid High School, Whiteface Inn, Art Lussi at The Lake Placid Club Resort, Craig Wood Golf Course, Normanside Country Club, Jamie McKenna at Middlebury Hockey, Dan Jewell at Hamilton Hockey, Tom Broderick at Northwood School, Jeff Beaney at University of Southern Maine Hockey, Ed Seney at St. Anselm's College hockey, Greg Haney at Western N.E. hockey, Ryan Durocher at Southern N.H. University hockey and Trevor Gilligan at SUNY Canton hockey.