MASON, W.Va. - Jack Maloney of Gallipolis is still atop the 2006 version of the Riverside Senior Mens Golf League.
Maloney has 102 points for the season to lead second place Mick Winebrenner who has 96 points. Gary Minton is third with 82.5 points and former New Haven mayor Pat Williamson has 82 points for fourth place.
Clark Greene (81), Paul Somerville (81), Dick Dugan (76), Harley Rice (73.5), Gary Bates (71.5) and Bill Yoho (70) round out the top 10 in points.
Another record was broken Tuesday when 77 players were on hand for the days play. A total of 20 points were available with 17 four man teams and three threesomes.
The low score for the day of 59 was recorded by the team of Jerry Arnold, Doug Caruthers and Paul Somerville. In second place with a score of 60 was Maloney, Kenny Greene, Jim Spencer and Bob Brooks and in third place with a score of 61 was the team of Tom Nunnery, Ken Whited and Harley Rice.
The closest to the pin winner on hold No. 7 was Craig Barnes with Rich Gilkey winning the prize on No. 14.
There have been 110 different players to have played at least once during the 2006 season. The season average is now at 61.5 players per week with plenty of time to join in the action.