Winners announced in Stan Musial Championship

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OSAGE BEACH — A foursome representing the White River Valley Electric Cooperative Foundation won the 15th annual Stan Musial Championship presented by Landau Boats on Monday at the Club at Porto Cima.

The two-day event included 19 celebrities, including former Missouri Tigers football coach Gary Pinkel, NFL and College Football Hall of Famer Roger Wehrli as well 2015 Missouri Sports Hall of Fame inductee Eric Williams, a Kansas City native who played for the St. Louis football Cardinals. An elegant dinner and auction were held Sunday night at Camden on the Lake in support of the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame.

Chris Hamon, Jared Campbell, Dan Singletary and Adam Cummings teamed with former St. Louis Cardinal Tom Lawless to win Monday’s scramble with a 55.

Placing second was the Advertising Plus team of Marc Kiser, Tim Blasi, Tim Rinker, Scott Loveland and Tim Van Galder, a former St. Louis football Cardinals and New York Jets quarterback. The team shot a 57.

The Jack Henry & Associates team of Kevin Williams, Jeff Rogler, Dustin Lee and Dan Swearingen placed third. The team, which featured Missouri Sports Hall of Fame inductee Rita Scott, fired a 58.

A Price Cutter Supermarkets team of Joel Riggs, Scotty Vath, Colby Sullivan and Mark Langford placed fourth with a 17 and featured St. Louis Hawks great Bob Pettit.

In contests, Michael Vincent was closest to the pin on No. 6, John Cyrus finished with the longest drive (ages 45-54) on No. 2 and Don Phillips had the longest drive (ages 65 and older) on No. 11, Colby Sullivan was the closest to the pin on No. 16. Adam Cummings had the longest drive (ages 44 and younger) on No. 15.

Other celebrities who donated their time were former Kansas City Royals John Wathan, Jim Eisenreich and Al Fitzmorris; former Mizzou Tiger and Oakland Raider Gus Otto, former Mizzou Tiger and St. Louis football Cardinal Johnny Roland, Joe Crede of the 2005 World Series champion Chicago White Sox, former Mizzou and St. Louis football Cardinal Mel Gray, former Toronto Blue Jay and St. Louis baseball Cardinals reliever Tom Henke, former St. Louis football Cardinal Eddie Moss, former Cleveland Indians and Texas Rangers pitcher Scott Bailes, former Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Art Still and former Chiefs running back Ted McKnight.