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Crowell's course
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A very good cause: Shane Millwood and Joe Pittman were the winning team in the 2009 B.C. Crowell Scholarship Golf Tournament held Friday at the Oaks Golf Course. Tommy Hailey and Dick Schulz came in second place.

Closest to the pin on Hole 16 went to Lance Cawthon, and closest to the pin on Hole 7 went to Adam Parker. The longest drive went to Johnny Pressley.

The annual tournament has raised funds to award two $1,000 athletic scholarships to Newton County seniors. The tournament is named after long-time recreation department pillar and designer of the original nine holes at the Oaks Golf Course, B.C. Crowell.