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Antenucci wins Tri-State PGA event

| Tuesday, May 15, 2001

Steve Antenucci shot a 67 on Monday to win the Tri-State Section PGA's Pepsi Classic at The Madison Club.

Antenucci, a pro at The Longue Vue Club, shot 34-33 to finish at 5-under-par over the 6,847-yard layout. He collected $1,500 in first-prize money.

Ed Vietmeier of the Duquesne Golf Association shot a 68 to finish second. Gordon Vietmeier of Mt Lebanon Golf Club was third, two shots behind Antenucci.

Five players, including low amateur Bob Allshouse, finished tied for fourth at 70. Amateurs receive pro shop credit instead of prize money.

John Rech Jr. of Rolling Hills Country Club shot a 74 to win the senior event and $395. Phil Newcamp of St. Clair Country Club and Bryan Abbott of Beaver Lakes Country Club each shot 75 to tie for second.

The Tri-State PGA also announced pairings for next week's Match Play Championship at Youghiogheny Country Club in McKeesport.

Competition begins Monday morning with 81 golfers vying for 31 at-large berths. Defending champion John Mazza is exempt from qualifying. The elimination tournament begins Monday afternoon and continues through Wednesday.

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