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Culver bests field in ‘flag tourney’

Catherine Culver bested the field in the “flag tourney” with a score of 63 on July 7. Cecelia Faddler was second with 67 followed by Virginia Mullan and Vickie Thornton with 74s and Carol Kinser with a 75. Judie Hufford had the low gross...

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