Dan Myers of Kokomo pitching his horsehoe as Genia Emery watches her competition.
Photo courtesy of Sheridan Horseshoe League
Dan Myers of Kokomo pitching his horsehoe as Genia Emery watches her competition. Photo courtesy of Sheridan Horseshoe League

The Sheridan Horseshoe league had its first tournament of the season on Sunday and had welcomed pitchers from central and northern Indiana. Dan Myers of Kokomo, came in and immediately made his presence known pitching a game of 130. Fellow league member Jeff Ogle was right behind him with a 126 and after the second round Jeff had pulled ahead into first place, Dan fell to second, and Mitch Dwigans pulled into third. From there Dan Myers of Kokomo found his rhythm and held onto first place, Jeff Ogle of Noblesville finished second, Susan Dwigans of Westfield finished third, and Mike Milcoff of Noblesville finished fourth.

That Tuesday the league started week 2 and Greg Emery along with fellow team members Rick Downs, Chuck and Dennis Sutton push their team in first place with 9 wins. JBS United moved into second place with 7 wins. Price Heating fell into third place with 3 wins from the night. Deem Electric stayed in fourth place with the help of team members Don Dwigans and Michael Milcoff. Carey on Mains Genia Emery took first place in her team standings after the night and Phil Kercheval, captain of Traditional Concepts took first in his team standing.