Montague Clubhouse Move Put Off
Randolph — Montague Golf Club has been doing a lot of things to celebrate its 100th birthday, but one project — a relocation of Montague’s clubhouse — will have to wait until No. 101 at the earliest.
Montague co-owner Sam Sammis made the announcment in an email on Wednesday. The course has been trying to center its operations at the Three Stallion Inn, which Sammis also owns, on the east side of the course because the current clubhouse is in need of a new foundation.
“We have had great input from a number of Montague members and guests,” he indicated. “We understand that the course layout for 18 holes (with the first hole starting below the inn at the present 15th hole) would be great. However, the course does not lay out well for nine-hole play.”
Sammis and his wife, Ginny, have owned the Three Stallion Inn since 1971. They also made the 90-acre donation in 1992 that allowed Montague to expand from nine holes to its current 18-hole configuration.
Goffstown 2, Lebanon 1
Manchester — Lebanon Post 22 (0-6) put together its most complete game of the New Hampshire American Legion season on Wednesday night, but still couldn’t crack the win column in a loss to Goffstown Post 16 (5-2) at St. Anselm’s College.
Lebanon batters hit into five line outs, two of which turned into Goffstown double plays. Joe Cravero took the loss, surrendering just four hits over five innings and giving up both Post 16 runs.
Down 2-0, Post 22 scored its only run in the top of the seventh, with Cam Blewitt coming home on a Goffstown error on the back end of an attempted double play.
Dalton Campbell and Jeff Quimby both had two-hit games for Post 22, which hosts Merrimack in a makeup contest tonight at Lebanon High School.