Cagnolatti, Roscoe win tournament

Published 12:00 am Sunday, October 8, 2000

Glenn Roscoe and Dale Cagnolatti fired a final-round 6-under-par 66 on Sunday for a two-day score of 135 to come from two shots back to win the Championship Flight of the 2000 Budweiser Four Ball Golf Tournament at Beau Pr\u00E9 Country Club.

Roscoe and Cagnolatti had six birdies and no bogeys on their round.

&uot;After 10 years together, we finally decided to let each other play seven holes apiece,&uot; Cagnolatti said. &uot;We stayed out of trouble, we made a few putts and had a good time.

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&uot;The wind blew hard, but we hit really good iron shots on the green,&uot; he said.

The team of Richard Hageman and Mike Scurria finished in second place with a score of 137.

Benny Bell and Darrel Easley came in third place with a 138 and Danny Butler and Sam Mafouz finished in fourth place with a 139.

Brian Hanson and Richard Criswell won the First Flight with a two-day total of 143.

&uot;Windy. Cold. (But) it was a lot of fun,&uot; Criswell said. &uot;The course is in great shape. The hardest part was being able to adjust to the weather conditions from one hole to another. We just didn’t score because of the wind.&uot;

The teams of Mitch Ashmore and Charles Moroney & Jack Brame and Mike Brame tied for second place with a 144.

The team of Fred&160;Peters and Charles Yarbrough tied for fourth with a 145.

Dodd Davis and Chad Davis won the Second Flight with a two-day score of 142.

&uot;Yesterday we shot even par. We got out here this morning and looked at the wind and we looked to each other and said if we can shoot 72 today we can win it,&uot; Chad Davis said. &uot;It was a treat to come from Houston, Texas, to Natchez. It was well worth the trip.&uot;

Rick Hanna and Fred Flurry won the Third Flight with a two-day total of 145.

&uot;We just survived and brother-in-lawed,&uot; Hanna said.

Robin Punches and Dan Bland was the only other team to shoot in the 60s on Sunday, firing a 68 to win the Fourth Flight with a two-day score of 144.

&uot;Punches just played well,&uot; Bland said. &uot;I just rode along today.&uot;

Chris Kelley and Chris Hutchins won the Fifth Flight with a two-day total of 150.

&uot;Chris Kelley played the round of his life,&uot; Hutchins said. &uot;We putted well.&uot;

&uot;It was cold. We dressed well,&uot; Kelley said. &uot;We stayed out of trouble. Our hitting fairways and putting improved today.&uot;

Mark Curry and Beau Smith won the Sixth Flight with a two-day total of 157.

Ralph Germany and John Germany won the Seventh Flight with a score of 163.

The team of Jim Smith and Terry Jenkins fired a 73 on Sunday for a two-day score of 159 and was bumped all the way up to the Second Flight.