Matt and Rick Wiser won their second Mike Fleming Memorial in a one hole playoff Sunday afternoon at Cherokee Creek Country Club.

The Wisers won the tournament for the second time had rounds of 58 and 62 in the scramble format matching Dillon Young and Jamie Young before winning the tournament on their 19th hole of the day.

There were 104 teams in the 20th annual edition of the Fleming, including the seven team championship round.

Besides the playoff teams, Doc Crowley and Jerry Hix shot a 59-62 (121) to finish in a three-way tie one stroke back. Also at 121 were Earl Wiser and Bradley Bland, and Kerry Lott and Brian Lensing, with both teams having rounds of 60 and 61.

Randy Solomon and Logan Soloman were a stroke back at 122 (60-62) and Darby Beason and Will Honea rounded out the flight with a 124 (60-64).

There were nine additional flights.

The tournament is named for the late Mike Fleming, who died in a vehicle accident in 1997. Fleming was a halfback/linebacker for Booneville. He scored 15 touchdowns during his senior season of 1982 to lead the Bearcats to the playoffs for the first time under Doug Scheel.

The playoff appearance both ended a three-year playoff drought and started a streak of seven straight appearances by Booneville.

In his only playoff game, Fleming ran for 169 yards in a losing effort (45-24) against Walnut Ridge. Included in that total is a 60-yard touchdown run.

In addition to the 1,172 yards Fleming rushed for during the 1982 season, he also recorded 150 tackles.

During his career, Fleming gained 1,613 yards and scored 26 touchdowns, five two-point conversions and kicked two extra points for 168 total points scored.