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Two teams00tie in Golf Club tourney The Catalina Men's Golf Club held its monthly golf tournament on Sunday, July 17. Thirty-six golfers playing on four-man teams participated in a tbur-man scram- ble format using the always-popu- lar "Monster" course layout. This layout mixes up the normal Tee to Green holes, as an example, when teeing off from Tee #1 you are playing to Green #2. Tying fbr 1st Place with.a score of 56 (8 under par) was the team of Larry Hernandez, Tom Hall, Mike Hall, Fred Lauro and the team ol Gabe Hemandez, Sean Amoroso, Gil Gamboa and Dave Jordan. Close behind in a tie for 3rd Place at 57 (7 under par) was the team otChns Arnold, Rod Muller, Mike Campbell, Jim Series and the team of Bill Sewell, Tom Jordahl, Pete Hoffman, Jeff Christiansen. Next month's tournament will be held on Sunday, Aug. 14 with the first Tee Time at noon. The format will be an Indi- vidual Net Stroke, play Using the Red, White and Blue Tees. More information can be found on the Men's Club Web site; www.catali namensgollclub.com. The dead- line for sign ups at the Pro Shop is 5 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 12. Bravo's Landscaping and Catalina Express win BY PATTI ENGEL On Friday mght, July 8, the action continued on the diamond. Straight Up Builders took on unde- feated Bravo's Landscaping in the start of the second round of play. Straight Up Builders got off to a quick start, with five runs scored. Bravo's Landscaping answered back with a triple from Clint En gel, fbllowed by a homerun from Weston Leonhardi. Jaime Berrios came around tn .eore for the third lUll. Straight Up Builders kept the pressure on with a two run homer from Isaac Felix, followed by Ma- rio Chavez scoring, for another three. Bravo's Landscaping got one in the third. In the fourth an er ror led to the only run tbr Straight Up Builders. Bravo's Landscap ing pulled within a rim with four crossing the plate in the bottom half of the inning. Bravo's took the lead in the fifth with two more runs. Both teams scored a run in the sixth. Bravo's Landscaping extended their lead with three more runs in the seventh. In the eighth with a run home for Straight Up Builders, Mickey Mann got Bravo's Land scaping to throw the ball out of the field to tag up and run home. Bra vo's Landscaping came right back and had the bottom half of the line up score four more. lbp of rnne and Isaac Felix closed the gap with his three run shot out of the park. One more run scored for Straight Up Builders before the third out was recorded. Final score: Straight Up Builders 16, Bravo's Landscaping 18. For Straight Up Builders, Shawn Hall collected four hits. Jose Cuevas had three, while Joe Hernandez, Johnny lachado, A NEW CATALINA NOVEL "IT IS A ROLLER COASTER RIDE COVERING 400 YEARS." -CHUCK LIDDELL CATALINA ISLAND H ISTOR1AN TWO WOMEN ACROSS OCEANS AND TIME: ONE HAUNTED BY A PAST SHE CAN'T LET GO, ONE HUNTED IN THE PAST WHERE LETTING GO IS THE ONLY CHOICE. THE MYSTERIOUS FORCE PULLING THEM TOGETHER LAY BENEATH THE OCEAN SURFACE, WAITING TO BE DISCOVERED. IN THIS CAPITAVATING DEBUT NOVEL BY LOCAL CHRIS BLEHM, TIME AND DIVINITY COLLIDE, ELUSIVE AS SEA FOAM IN MERCY'S HANDS: AVAi LAB LE LOCALLY AND ON AMAZON & KINDLE WWW.ME RCYOFTH E E LEM ENTS.COM B : I-riday, July 22, 2Ull Isaac Felix, Mickey Mann and Corey Hernandez had two hits. Mano Chavez, Richard Ferran and Bob Leonhardi all contributed one hit. For Bravo's Landscaping, Weston Leonhardi continued to lead the pack, going a perfect four for four. Jaime Berrios and Chris Barrios collected three hits. Chuy Sillas, Clint Engel, Rich Hernan- dez, Dave Hubert, Nathan Macktal- and Gilberto Gamboa all had two "hits. Kenny Engel and Mario Ji- menez Jr. contributed one hit. Game Two In the second game Catalina Express was looking for their first win against Glenmore Hotel. Glenmore came out strong, with four runs, three coming from the homerun from Michael Rodriguez. Catalina Express answered back with one. Another run from Glenmore Hotel increased their lead2 In the third, Catalina Express tied the score with a home rtin from Jus tin Hernandez, tbllowed by three Tnore runs. OBITUARY Gayley Suzanne Moore Gayley Suzanne Moore, be loved mother, grandmother, sister and friend, passed away unexpect- edly on Monday, June 27, 2011. Moore was born and raised in Sac- ramento to Wallace Taylor Hyde and Maxine Kellogg Hyde. Growing up, Moore and her sis ter Michele (Bestudik) spent their summers with their parents in their family home on Catalina Island. Moore descends from early island settlers; the Whittley family, who fit came to Santa Catalina Island in 1850: Widowed at a young age, Moore raised her two children, Trent mad Lisa, i n Piedmont, a small town in the East Bay hills across from San Francisco. She was an active mem- ber of the community and director of the Piedmont Play School. She later became head of the human re source department of a San Fran- In the fourth, Catalina Express got hot bats, and rallied around the hne up to accumulate seven tuts, four errors and an inside the park homer from Kenton Ethan to bring home a total of nine. Glenmore had three runs cross the plate in the fifth. In the bottom half of the inning, Catalina Express kept the ollense firing, going through the line up twice. Greg Warner, Bet(} Martin and Kenton Ethan all had home runs in the inning. A total of 12 came home betbre Frank Costello did the sneak attack in left to end the inning, robbing Manny Hernan- dez of the hit. Both teams scored twice in the sixth and once in the seventh betore time was called. Final score: Glenmore Hotel 11, Catalina Express 29. For Glenmore Hotel, Marques Romo, Curtis Hall, Garrett Am oroso, Phil Lopez and Frank Costello all had two hits. Michael Rodriguez, Sean Amoroso and Ed- mundo Vega all collected one hit. For Catalina Express, Justin Her nandez collected five hits, while cisco law firm. More than anything, Moore loved her family and was im mensely proud of her tbur grand- children. She loved their visits to the Island, sharing her favorite spots; Lovers Cove, the Casino, Descanso Beach, Country Club (where the tarnily home used to be) and the walk up to the Memo rial Gardens. Moore was truly one of the most generous and loving people with whom the world has ever been blessed. The impact of her love and generosity will tbrever be with those whose lives she touched. Moore was pre-deceased by her parents, Wallace and Maxme Hyde and husband, John Lind Moore. She is survived by son Trent Moore (Elizabeth) of San Fran- cisco, daughter Lisa Moore Gur ney (Justin) of Irvine, granddaugh- ters Taylor and Roma Gurney and grandsons Jack and Ryan Moore, Top photo: Fred Lauro, Mike flag, Larry Hemandez and Tom Hall Bottom photo: Gabe Hemandez, Gil Gamboa. Sean Amoroso, Dave Jordan Beto Martin, Sergio Peguero and Kenton Efhan had four. Greg War ner and Josh Flynn collected three hits. Joey Hall, Manny Hernandez and Tino Rodriguez contributed two hits, while Steven Bray con tributed one. Schedule for Friday, July 15 6 p.m. Bravo's Landscaping versus Glenmore Hotel 7:45 p.m. Catalina Express versus Straight Up Builders Standings Bravo's Landscapinl-4-O Straight Up Builders-2-2 Glenmore Hotel-l-3 Catalina Express-l-3 Top Batters Weston Leonhardi-357 Ciint Engel-.667 Josh Flynn-.661 Isaac Felix-.647 Johnny Machado-.60C Jose Cuevas-.b / 1 Kenton Efhan-.571 Chuy Sillas-.55C Beto Martin-.529 9 at -.50(] f L sister Michele Bestudik (Paul) of Catalina .Island, numerous aunts, uncles; and cousins, and countless dear friend_ A memorial service was held Friday, July 1 at the Pied- mont Community Church. In lieu of flowers, the fhmily asks that do- nations be made to the 2011 Mak- ing Strides against Breast Cancer, the Bay Area event, www.making- strides.acsevent.org. The CATAUNA ISLANDER