SALLISAW â€” The Cherokee Casino/Carl Albert State College Scholarship Golf Scramble took place May 12 at Shadow Creek Country Club.
Taking first place was the team of Marvin Thouvenel, Anthony Fornaszewski, Dalton Jasna and Paige Tolbert.
Second place went to Bill Falleur, Dale Brown, Andy Perdue, and Randall Wheat.
Trey Rogers won the prize for the longest drive, Dr. Bob Wells was closest to the pin on No. 15 and Paul Marshall was closest to the pin on No. 11.
Marshall of CASC-Sallisaw served as organizer of the event, and said that the four-person team, 18-hole scramble was a wonderful success.
â€śWe had as many teams as we could accommodate, the weather was great and, most importantly, we raised funds to support scholarships for students attending Carl Albert State College in Sallisaw,â€ť he said.
â€śWe extend thanks to all our sponsors, those participating and Carl Albert State College employees who helped make this event a success,â€ť said Dr. Kathy Harrell, CASC vice-president in Sallisaw.
Garry Ivey, CASC Foundation chief executive officer, said the scramble raised more than $6,500 to go toward scholarships at CASC Sallisaw.
Dr. Brandon Webb, CASC president, extended thanks on behalf of Carl Albert State College for everyoneâ€™s efforts at this successful event.