The Eighth Vineyard Social frisbee golf tourney

Danielle Zerbonne showed off her hardware after placing first in the Intermediate Women's division at Saturday's Vineyard Social frisbee golf tournament. Dwight Kaeka designed the distinctive scallop shell trophy. — Photo by Harrison Holmes

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.