Schacht wins Greatland Cup disc golf tournament

Joe Schacht won first place at the 13th annual Greatland Cup disc golf tournament on Saturday and Sunday at Aant’iyeik Park.

Schacht, of Anchorage, finished with 177 points. Sonny Ashby, of Juneau, won second place, also tallying 177 points.

Forty-two players registered, the most ever, including seven women and more than one dozen out-of-town players.

Top 25 results

1. Joe Schacht, 177 points

2. Sonny Ashby, 177

3. Jake Haskin, 188

4. Johnny Simpson, 190

5. Brian Blitz, 191

6. Brian Cassidy, 195

7. Mark Petrie, 198

8. Joe Luger, 199

9. Taylor, 202

10. Chad, 202

11. Aaron Crozz, 208

12. Matt Stevens, 210

13. Justin, 213

14. Ben Nestler, 214

15. Dave Turner, 215

16. Jeremy, 217

17. Cody H., 218

18. Josh Hadden, 219

19. Brian Mills, 222

20. Jim Foster, 224

21. Cory K., 224

22. Russell Sandstrom, 226

23. Gabe Kutcher, 226

24. Shay Stewart, 228

25. Matt Davidson, 229

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