Foshay’s Discount Tire won its fourth consecutive Greater Portland Senior Softball League championship with a 10-9 victory over Foreside Tavern.

The 50-and-over champs were led by Don Foshay Sr. Team members include Kevin Gillespie, Ralph Stowell, Bob Benson, Sam Aceto, Marc Cote, Rick Nealley, Dave Collmus, Charles Litroscapes, Barry Woodbury, Gary Stevens, Bob Libby and Don Esty.

Foshay’s Tire also won the Maine Senior Olympics Tournament and has been invited to the National Senior Games next June in Houston.

 

Three local riders had first-place finishes at the Downeast Medal Finals Horseshow, held Sept. 17-19 at the Skowhegan Fairgrounds.

Ellen Graham of Cumberland won the walk-trot poles medal and walk-trot equitation. Magdalene Meek of Portland placed first in lead-line equitation and lead-line pleasure. Katherine Bernard of Cumberland won the mini medal.

 

The Portland Women’s Rugby Football Club defeated Hartford, Conn., 12-0 on Oct. 9 to capture the New England Rugby Football Union Division II Senior Women’s Championship.

The team also won the bid to host the Northeast Rugby Union playoffs on Friday and Saturday and will compete against three teams from New York for the opportunity to advance to the national tournament.

 

Herb Thomas of Scarborough made a hole-in-one Oct. 12 at Spring Meadow. Thomas used a 5-iron for the 115-yard shot on the sixth hole. Gene Strong and Steve Guthrie witnessed the feat.

 

Larry Thompson used a 7-iron to score a hole-in-one Oct. 12 at Gorham Country Club. Thompson aced the 155-yard 13th hole as Tom Day looked on.

 

Scott Lamb made his second career hole-in-one Oct. 12 at the Woodlands, Lamb made the shot on the 161-yard fifth hole with a 5-iron. Becky Lamb witnessed the shot.

 

Dave Fontaine made a hole-in-one Thursday at Riverside Golf Course. Fontaine used an 8-iron for the 130-yard shot on the fourth hole. Marco DiSanto of Portland witnessed the shot.

 

Ashley Fifield aced the 17th hole at Sable Oaks Golf Club in South Portland on Oct. 9. Fifield used a 5-iron for the 175-yard shot, which was witnessed by Pat Otto and Rick Zemla. It was Fifield’s second hole-in-one of the year.