Sandy Newman Golf Scramble

The Sandy Newman Golf Scramble and Hole Sponsors

The team of Lee Handel ’00, Grant Hummel ’15, Kurt Hummel and Hudson Hummel ’20 was victorious with a score of 53 (-19). Each first-place team member received $100. The team of Andrew Willett ’02, Shawn Zirnheld ’02, Adam Wilkinson ’02 and Andrew Miller ’02 finished second with a score of 55 (-17) and received $50 each. The team of Steve Jecker ’70, Dick Jecker ’69, Alan Hennessey ’69 and Alex Lindle ’94 claimed 10th place in flighted scoring with a score of 61 (-11) and received $35 each. All players received a Cutter & Buck golf shirt.

The winning team was presented the Joe Demling Memorial Cup, a silver cup that is permanently displayed at Trinity. Alongside the cup will be a plaque engraved with the names of the winners. The late Joe Demling ’68 and the late William “Sandy” Newman ’67 and their families were a driving force behind the scramble for decades. Both men have their names and efforts forever imprinted on the scramble and both are members of the Trinity Hall of Fame.

Additionally, prizes were awarded for various prize holes. Rick Boeckmann ’91 won the James Dawson ’06 Memorial Closest-to-the-Pin shot (7 feet, 3 inches) on hole No. 14; David Goheen ’90 won the Longest Drive on No. 11; and Christopher Dayton ’91 won the Longest Putt (34 feet, 7 inches) on No. 7.

Many thanks to Alumni Board member Scott Scinta ’77 for serving as scramble chair. He was assisted by scramble committee members Rob Beaven ’91, David Goheen ’90 and Alumni Event Coordinator Carrie Joy. A special thanks to Trinity staff members Brian Monell ’86, Brooke Bond, Michelle Walters H’17, Travis Wagoner ’90, Jim Beckham ’86 and Bret Saxton ’05. Also, thanks to scramble volunteers Milt Hettinger ’75, Dave Nopper ’61 and Jim Beckham Jr. ’62.

Additionally, thanks to Persimmon Ridge Golf Club Pro Steve Schaffer and Food & Beverage Director Dana Hurst for their hospitality and wonderful food.

Of course, thank you to our hole sponsors and prize donors. Our scramble would not be possible without your great generosity.

The Trinity Alumni-Sandy Newman Golf Scramble is played each year in memory of William “Sandy” Newman ’67 and the Trinity Alumni Board Scholarship Fund. Sandy participated in many activities during his four years as a Trinity student, including the National Honor Society, the Pep Club and the Soccer Club. He earned a Shamrock Award for his academic achievements during his junior year.

As an alumnus, Sandy served on the Alumni Board of Directors for more than 10 years and as treasurer for more than six of those years. He was extremely active in Alumni Association activities and instrumental in organizing the Alumni Golf Scramble until his untimely death in 1994.

In 1995, Sandy was posthumously named the Honor Alumnus for his loyalty and dedication to Trinity. Sandy was best known for his unfailing desire to help with any Alumni Association activity that promoted Trinity. For Sandy, it was not any one effort; it was continuous efforts to promote Trinity each and every day.

Though Sandy is no longer with us, those members of the Trinity Family who knew and loved him remember his spirit and love for Trinity High School.

Check out some photos from the day below!

Pictured are the 2020 Trinity Alumni-Sandy Newman Golf Scramble Champions – left to right, Sandy
Newman family representive, Clay Newman ’02, Lee Handel ’00, Grant Hummel ’15, Kurt Hummel
and Sandy Newman family representive, Beth Newman H’07. Not Pictured: Hudson Hummel ’20.

For additional information contact:

Carrie Joy

Carrie Joy

Listed below are the 2020 Trinity Alumni-Sandy Newman Golf Scramble sponsors and gift donors. Please give them your patronage.

HOLE SPONSORS

Zach Berry Injury Law
Zach Berry ’05

Wagner Electric Co. Inc.
Mike Wagner H’09

J & J Transportation, Inc.
Mark Plummer ’69

Landscape Lighting
Stan DeVore ’74

Independence Bank
Brad Savko ’05

Smashgraphix
F. Scott Scinta ’77

Construction Machinery Company
Jason Faust ’90

Forcht Bank
Jason Stuecker ’98
Kevin Rueff ’06

Unessa Mattress
Gene Stein ’84

Joy Monument Company
Terry Joy, Owner

Veterans Lawn Service
Kerry Gramig ’86

Republic Bank & Trust
John King, Jr. ’08

MZDesigns
Rob Beaven ’91

Mathis Properties, LLC
Brett Mathis ’04

Merrill Lynch
Robert B. Clements ’94

Redlee Construction& Development
David Elder ’86

Creation Gardens, Inc.
Ron and Mollie Turnier

MPI Printing Inc.
Todd Warren ’91

Pacific Plumbing
Jack Graham ’99

Lee’s Home Inspections
Lee Wiard ’86

Cure CF
Joey Klausing ’97

Kelly King & Co.
Troy King ’90

Class of 1990
Thad Fine ’90
Dave Goheen ’90

Insuramax
Chad Hennessey ’94

Louis Hettinger ’59

Sam Kinnaird’s Flooring
Jimmy Mudd ’71

Revcore Tools, Rental & Safety
Jay Becht ’85

Kentucky Farm Bureau
Chris Mackey ’91

ValuMarket
James Neumann ’91

Merkley Kendrick Jewelers
Brian Merkley ’91

GIFT DONATIONS

Texas Roadhouse
Karen Hill

Trinity High School Campus Store
Anna Dawson H’14

Creation Gardens
Ron & Mollie Turnier

1st

PLACE


Team Members

Lee Handel ’00, Grant Hummel ’15, Kurt Hummel ’15, Hudson Hummel ’20

Each first-place team member received $100.

2nd

PLACE


Team Members

Andrew Willett ’02, Shawn Zirnheld, Adam Wilkinson, Andrew Miller

Each second-place team member received $50.

The winning team was presented the Joe Demling Memorial Cup, a silver cup that is permanently displayed at Trinity. Alongside the cup will be a plaque engraved with the names of the winners. The late Joe Demling ’68 and the late William “Sandy” Newman ’67 and their families were a driving force behind the scramble for decades. Both men have their names and efforts forever imprinted on the scramble. Additionally, prizes were awarded for various prize holes.

Trinity Alumni-Sandy Newman

The Trinity Alumni-Sandy Newman Golf Scramble is played each year in memory of William “Sandy” Newman ’67. Sandy participated in a number of activities during his four years as a Trinity student, including the National Honor Society, the Pep Club and the Soccer Club. He received a Shamrock Award for his academic achievements during his junior year.

As an alumnus, Sandy served on the Alumni Board of Directors for more than 10 years, and as treasurer for more than six of those years. He was extremely active in Alumni Association activities and instrumental in organizing the Alumni Golf Scramble until his untimely death in 1994. In 1995, Sandy was posthumously named the Honor Alumnus for his loyalty and dedication to Trinity. Sandy was best known for his unfailing desire to help with any Alumni Association activity that promoted Trinity. For Sandy, supporting Trinity was not any one effort; it comprised continuous efforts to promote Trinity each and every day.

Though Sandy is no longer with us, those members of the Trinity Family who knew and loved him will remember his spirit and love for Trinity High School. 

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