Frisbee golfers from across New England converged on the Vineyard Saturday for the eighth annual Vineyard Social tournament held off of Barnes Road in Edgartown.
A total of 105 players competed in ten divisions, with four Islanders placing first: Danielle Zerbonne (Women’s Intermediate, total score: 158); Nick Gross (Men’s Advanced Amateur, 116); Nick Butler (Men’s Intermediate, 111); and Pete Campbell (Men’s Advanced Masters, 126).
Other Vineyarders who placed in the top five in their respective divisions were: Frank Flanders (3rd, 120, Men’s Advanced); James Rebello (4th, 122, Men’s Advanced); Tony Jackson (4th, 122, Men’s Advanced); J.C. Vermynck (3rd, 134, Men’s Advanced Masters); Andy Valley (3rd, 134, Men’s Advanced Masters); Harrison Holmes (5th, 136, Men’s Advanced Masters); Danny Kaeka (5th, 133, Men’s Pro Grandmasters); Jake Gifford (4th, 124, Men’s Pro Masters); Paul Cotton (5th, 115, Men’s Pro Open).
In the professional categories, Brian Harrington of Cape Cod won the Men’s Pro Open division with a score of 110, Gary Cyr of Uxbridge won the Men’s Pro Masters (112) , and Daniel Marcus of Merrimack, N.H., scored 117 en route to the Men’s Grandmasters title.
Mike Saimond of South Windsor, Conn., placed first in the Men’s Advanced Grandmasters with a 122. Nicholas Alias, a student from Anna Maria College in Paxton, won the Recreational division with a 124.
In the Women’s Advanced division, Kathleen Thompson of Sturbridge topped the leader board with a 144.