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A hole-in-one on back-to-back days in P. Hill

Bob Kee (far left) made his first hole-in-one ever by acing the 197-yard hole #2 at Pleasant Hills Golf Course on Thursday, June 16. Bob used a driver for his first career ace. Bob’s ace was witnessed by Scott Dillon, Jeff Ashworth and Jeff Prosser. The next day, Friday, June 17, Jim Lotspeich (second from right) made his first hole-in-one ever by acing the 93-yard hole #9 at Pleasant Hills Golf Course. Jim used a 9 iron for his first career ace. Jim’s shot flew directly into the hole, it did not bounce or roll. Jim’s ace was witnessed by Linda Harris, Sam Shewmaker, Terry Hayes, and Don Fields. Jim has played golf at Pleasant Hills Golf Course for about 41 years but has been affiliated with the Pleasant Hill, “Country Club,” since 1957. Both Kee and Lotspeich were given certificates to commemorate their holes-in-one by course owner Jim Hull. Congratulations Bob and Jim!

Future Chick volleyballers start young
Young volleyball players from across Pleasant Hill attended a camp hosted by the Chicks’ high school team earlier this month. The camp was led by PHHS head coach George Creason, with the high school players helping coach the younger players. Keep an eye on future issues of the Times for more photos from camps throughout town this summer.

PHHS softball gets new head coach

Christy Reeves is the new head coach for Pleasant Hill softball. A 1998 graduate of PHHS, Reeves played softball at Maple Woods Community College and is about to start her 13th year as a teacher at Pleasant Hill Elementary School. She was PHHS’ JV softball coach last year and has coached various youth sports for eight years.

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