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|It's Futch-Maxwell one more time|
Johnny Futch of Monroe and Frank Maxwell of Delhi made it two in a row and five overall as the pair captured the Budweiser 4-Ball Tournament at Panola Woods Country Club this past weekend.
The five overall championships tied the 2008 winners for most Bud 4-Ball titles overall.
"We always enjoy playing in Ferriday," Futch said. "We have a good time, good fellowship and the course is always in good shape."
Futch and Maxwell shot a 64 on Saturday, trailing Lannie Emfinger and Dan Farrow by one stroke.
"We felt good after the first day," Futch said. "We just knew we needed to stay away from bogeys."
The defending champs, who have played together for seven years, shot a 68 on Sunday to finish at 132. They won with a 133 score last year.
Emfinger and Farrow shot a 71 on Sunday and finished second at 134.
Kevin Bacle and Wes Tarver, who finished second last year at 134, were third at 135.
Glen Roscoe and Dale Cagnolatti, who also have five tournament titles, finished fourth at 126.
Finishing at 138 were the teams of Jeff Jones and Justin Lowe, Gary and Jordin Farmer and Brian Simpson and Gerald Tonore.
The teams of Brian Hinson and Shane Young and Pat Hinson and Clif McGlothin and shot a 143.
Keith Dallalio and Richard Criswell finished at 144. Joe Perry and Mark Modicut shot a 150, followed by David Boydstun and Jerrett Watson at 151.
Capturing the first flight with a 140 was the team of Darrel McCartney and Mark Peake. Bruce Thompson and Scottie Southall were second at 141. C.W. Wimberly and Gerald Griggs and Frankie Spence and Nick Nicholson tied for third at 143, while Don Smith and Bubba Vicknair were fourth at 144.
Taking top honors in the second flight were Darrell Reid and Bill Colvin at 142. The teams of Craig Jackson and Tripp Bryant and Ronny Russell and Danny Spencer were second at 145. C.J. Swillie and Jeff Jackson shot a 149, while the teams of Jamie Accardo and Terry Reddick and Keith Henry and Mike Pace were fourth at 151.
Winning the third flight was the team of Mike and Chris O'Neal at 151. Mike Wilson and Don Valentine were second at 154. Finishing with 155s were the teams of Bobby Hughes and Craig Edwards, Mike Williamson and Jim McClellan and Paul Patterson and Jack Bonner.
Wayne Miley and Larry Reynolds won the fourth flight with a 161. Patrick and Doug Smith were second at 162. Clyde Savoy and Paul Ray Davis and Ron Hendricks and Richard McKinney shot 163s, while Jimmie Jones and Clint Landrum fired a 164.
Winning the fifth flight with a 158 was the team of Chester Hoover and Michael Mascagni. Ron Panda and Steven Hoover came in at 161, while Charles Webb and David Jones finished at 166. Jeff Bairnsfather and Ben Brallier and Phillip Webber and Brent Smith finished at 171.
Closest to the hole winners were Gerald Tonore and Joe Perry.
Winning the Friday scramble with a 58 prior to the 4-Ball Tournament were the teams of Dan Farrow, Billy Risher, Alan Coley, Ronnie Bradford and Eddie Dye and Shane Young, Rusty Smith, Paul Hammett, Beau Smith and Chester Hoover.
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