North Carolina Tommy Mattocks Referee Clinic
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The North Carolina Tommy Mattocks Referee Clinic

Tommy Mattocks Referee Clinic
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Where: UNC - Wilmington, Wilmington, NC

Date: June 19 - 22 , 2013

Cost: $ 300.00

Print Brochure: TMRC Referee Clinic Brochure

 

 

Camp Purpose:

This is a high school clinic run by high school people to help high school officials. We referee High School Varsity Boys and JV Boys games in a team camp environment using high school 3 man mechanics and some 2 man mechanics by high school rules. Our goal is to help new officials improve to become high school ready; help JV officials improve to move to the Varsity level; and help Varsity officials improve to get more and better games. As a result, you should have three goals when you come to camp: # 1 Improve as an official, # 2 Meet and make new friends, and # 3 Have fun.

 

Camp Director Tommy Mattocks

First

High School JV

High School Varsity

College Div III

College Div I

High School Booking Agent

Hall of Fame

 

Where

Kinston

South Lenoir

Dixie

ACC

Eastern Officials

Kinston/ Lenoir Co

 

 

When

1970

1972

1974

1977

1984

2010

 

 

 

 

Counselors that have given their time annually to make the clinic a big success. They are the men I trust to mold the mechanics and philosophies of the Officials of the Eastern Officials Association.

NAME / TOWN

POSITION

REGIONAL PLAYOFFS

OTHER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wesley Carter

Clinic Leader

00, 05, 09,

N/S 2011

Harry Edwards

Board Secretary

87, 89, 96, 02, 06, 09. 2011

E/W 91, 07

Robert Farley

Clinic Leader

2001, 2005, 2011

Ron Fly

Mike Fredette

GoldsboroVeteran

 

Clinic Leader

12,+ Multiple in North East Assn

2001, 2008, 2010

N/S 2013

N/S 05; E/W 03

Richard Goldsby

Gerald Marks

Kinston Official

 

Clinic Leader

07, 11, 13

2003, 2007, 2008

 

Barry Valicek

Clinic Leader

04, 10, 13

E/W 09

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Others as needed

 

 

 

The gym, dorm and dining hall are all air conditioned and are very comfortable. Each official should expect to referee a morning game, an afternoon game and a night game. Classroom sessions, taught by the clinic director as well as some of these outstanding counselors, are going on during the day when the official does not have a game. Each Official is also filmed at least one game and evaluated during the camp by all the counselors and the camp director.

 

Each official should bring sheets, towels, pillow, blanket and other personal items as needed. We do not use cassette recorders at this camp. We feel it restricts the evaluators with the other crew members and prevents hands-on critiques during the games. Counselors will critique on the spot. Officials will know immediately what they need to work on. We believe that you learn by instant feedback; not back at the dorm room 2 hours later. You will get plenty of helpful information and critiques from the counselors at this clinic.

For a camp brochure or more information; e-mail: camp info

 


 

Camp Dates

Place

#

#1

#2

#3

1.

June 16 - June 20, 1991

Wilmington.

18 

L. Mewborn

D. Taylor

K. Cannon

2.

June 27 - June 30, 1991

Mt. Olive   

14

S. Sanders

E. Richards

S. Hawkins

3.

June 17 - June 21, 1992

Mt. Olive

16

T. Vaden

A. Creech

J. Moravetz

4.

June 21 - June 25, 1992

Wilmington.

17

B. Shultz

A. Bass

H. Rice

5.

June 28 - July 2, 1993

Mt. Olive

28

D. Andrews

B. Schultz

A. Mitchell

6.

June 26 - July 1, 1994

Mt. Olive

38

D. Leatherman   

R. Bean

M. Silva

7.

June 24 - June 28, 1995

Mt. Olive

37

T. Mohr

T. C. Bond

R. Antoni

8.

June 23 - June 27, 1996

Mt. Olive

33

P. Ellis

B. Black

P. Lilly

9.

June 22 - June 26, 1997

Mt. Olive

20

Ja. Williams

M Fredette   

J. Wagnac

10.

June 21 - June 25, 1998

Mt. Olive

22

B Schultz

S Clarke

W Carter

11.

June 21 - June 24, 1999

Mt Olive

 23

S Ward 

N Simms 

S Clarke 

12.

June 18 - June 21, 2000

Mt Olive

 21

W Dean 

T Haire 

M Fredette 

13.

June 17 - June 20, 2001

Mt Olive

 23

J Cook 

W Burns 

G Marks 

14.

June 16 - June 19, 2002

Mt Olive

 16

J Paylor 

B Valicek 

D Fallin 

15.

June 15 - June 18, 2003

Mt Olive

 24

D Ingram 

D Smith 

C Hill 

16.

June 20 - June 24, 2004

High Point 

 15

R Goldsby 

D Smith 

D Cherry 

17.

June 19 - June 22, 2005

High Point

26

A Albertson 

J Benford 

T Cooper 

18.

June 17 June 20, 2007

Wilmington

20

J Gooding

D McPhail

Sharona Eredia

19.

June 22 June 25, 2008

Wilmington

28

J Sischo

G Greene

A Bryant

20.

June 21 June 24, 2009

Wilmington

21

G Saunders

C Johns

F Brill

21

June 20 June 23, 2010

Wilmington

27

S Lorenzetty

B Shrader

K Brewington

22

June 20 June 24, 2011

Wilmington

20

T Lambeth

J Tomko

M Gerics

23

June 17 June 21, 2012

Wilmington

20

J Loney

M Gerics

K Brewington

24

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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June 19 June 22, 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Did not Have a Camp in

Wilmington

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2006 

37 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

C Knowles 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

M Gerics 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

J Soletro 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EOA Golf Tournament Records & Statistics 

Records: Thru May 2013

 

Most Tournaments Played::

1 Tommy Mattocks - 32

2 - Harry Edwards 29

3 - Dave Lemnah, Richard Costner - 27

4 - Mike Fredette 25

5 - Robert Farley 24

6 - Mike Montford 22

7 David Fallin, Harold Lail, Brian Schultz - 21

8 - Wallace Dean 19

9 - Leo Lockhart, Laine Turner - 18

10 - Tom Johnson, Gerald Marks - 16

11 - Tim Strihan, Lee Miller - 15

12 Bobby Black, 14

13 - Johnny Jones - 12

14 - Shorty Robinson, Barry Valicek - 11

15 - Rita Roy, Mike Russo - 10

 

Most Tournaments Won:

1 - Tommy Mattocks 15

2 - Robert Farley 10

3 - Brian Schultz 7

4 - Harold Lail, Laine Turner 6

5 Richard Costner 5

6 - Harry Edwards, David Fallin, Mike Montford, Sherry Riebel, - 4

7 - Wallace Dean, Mike Fredette, Gerald Marks, Lee Miller, David Morris, Rita Roy, Mike Russo, Barry Valicek, Tim Strihan - 3

8 - P Cruz, T Cooper, M Duncan, T Johnson, D Lemnah, L Lockhart, E Place, D Vinston 2

 

 

 

Lowest Score: May Tournament record 9 under; September Tournament record 11 under

1 - 11 Under Sept 2001 - T Mattocks, D Fallin, H Lail, M Montford, B Valicek

1 - 11 Under Sept 2005 T Mattocks, R Farley, M Fredette, H Lail, B Schultz

 

Total Golfers Played:

645

 

Total Different Golfers:

107

 

Most Golfers in One Tournament

29

 

Most Closest to Pin Wins: (Includes Closest to Pin 2nd shot on 18) * * No individual records were kept until May, 2000

1 Richard Costner 13

2 Tommy Mattocks 10

3 Brian Schultz, Tim Strihan, Barry Valicek - 7

4 - Brian Ahmad 6

5 - David Fallin, Robert Farley, Mike Fredette, Harold Lail, Dave Lemnah, Mike Montford - 4

6 - Bobby Black, Lee Miller, Laine Turner 3

7 P Best, T Cooper, W Dean, M Duncan, J Jones, Steve Lorenzetty, C Lyndaker, J Paylor, W Rivenbark - 2

8 - D Bussell, D Gerrish, F Helin, M Kelly, G Layell, L Lockhart, H Luna - 1

9 - G Marks, R Roy, M Russo, F Smith, G Stroehl, D Vinston, S Ward - 1

10

 

Most Shootout Wins (Includes Pitch, Chip and Putt) * * No individual records were kept until May, 2000

1 - Leo Lockhart 6

2 - Brian Schultz 5

3 - Dave Lemnah, Tommy Mattocks, Mike Montford, Tim Strihan 4

4 - B Ahmad, Wallace Dean, Laine Turner 3

5 - P Best, R Costner, Harry Edwards, R Farley, J Jones, H Lail, A McVeigh, S Robinson - 2

6 - J Berti, B Black, M Christensen, M Fredette, C Johns, T Johnson, M Kelly, Shelbey Lorenzetty, - 1

7 R Magill, L Miller, D Morris, E Place, W Rivenbark, M Royal, M Russo, B Valicek, Kevin Wynne - 1

 

Most Longest Drive Winners This event was started in May of 2004

1 Tommy Mattocks 3 Wins

2 - Mike Fredette, Mike Montford - 2 Wins

3 - M Duncan, T Strihan, T Holley, G Layell, E Place, D Fallin, M Kelly, C Johns, B Schultz - 1 Win each

4 -

5 -

 

Statistics:

 

Winning Teams : Team Captain in Bold, Team Members in Alpha Order

1995 May - No record of the teams; I do remember that Don Barnes captained the winning team in Grifton. Their score was - 4

1996 May - I have the teams; More Research needed to find winning team; Their score was - 4

1997 May - I have the teams; More Research needed to find winning team; Their score was - 4

1998 May T Mattocks, D Andrews, D Lemnah, W Ostrom, S Riebel (- 7 )

1998 Sept - T Mattocks, P Cruz, R Farley, S Riebel (- 8 )

1999 May - Tie, Playoff rained out: (Mattocks, Farley, Leatherman, Reynolds, Riebel, Schultz) (Jones, K Clarke, S Clarke, Cruz, Tallo, Weires) (- 5)

1999 Sept - S Ward, J Reynolds, K Saunders, R Weires (- 9 )

2000 May - T Mattocks, H Lail, L Miller, A McVeigh, M Russo (- 9 )

2000 Sept - R Costner, D Fallin, B Howells, S Riebel, B Schultz (- 10 )

2001 May - R Costner, D Fallin, G Marks, L Turner (- 5)

2001 Sept - T Mattocks, D Fallin, H Lail, M Montford, B Valicek (- 11 )

2002 May - T Mattocks, R Roy, M Russo, B Valicek (- 5 )

2002 Sept - B Black, P Best, A Craycraft, L Lockhart, B Schultz (- 10 )

2003 May - T Mattocks, T Cooper, D Lemnah, R Roy (- 5 )

2003 Sept - T Mattocks, H Edwards, H Lail, M Montford, J Paylor (- 10 )

2004 May - B Ahmad, W Dean, T Johnson, L Turner (- 8 )

2004 Sept - T Mattocks, H Edwards, R Farley, M Fredette (- 6 )

2005 May - R Costner, R Farley, A Mitchell, R Roy, L Turner (- 8 )

2005 Sept - T Mattocks, R Farley, M Fredette, H Lail, B Schultz (- 11)

2006 May - R Costner, W Dean, M Fredette, E Place (- 7 )

2006 Sept - M Montford, H Lail, L Lockhart, L Turner (- 7 )

2007 May - T Strihan, D Morris, W Dean, H Lail, M Russo (- 9 )

2007 Sept - B Valicek, L Miller, R Farley, T Johnson ( - 7)

2008 May - T Mattocks, B Schultz, R Farley, H Edwards ( - 4)

2008 Sept - T Strihan, D Morris, L Turner, P Julo ( - 9)

2009 May - T Mattocks, B Schultz, R Farley, L Miller, G Marks ( - 9)

2009 Sept - T Mattocks, H Edwards, D Fallin, S Robinson ( - 4)

2010 May - T Strihan, R Farley, W Rivenbark, D Vinston ( - 7)

2010 Sept - M Montford, M Duncan, M Royal, E Place (-5)

2011 May - T Mattocks, B Schultz, R Farley (- 5)

2011 Sept - T Mattocks, M Duncan, T Cooper, G Marks ( - 9)

2012 May - R Costner, D Morris, Laine Turner, G Marks ( -8 )