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The Virginia State Singles
August 31, 2002
By Ricky Hall

The weather forecast for the Winchester area on Labor Day weekend was overcast skies with a 40 % chance of rain through Tuesday. We were blessed with beautiful weather Saturday morning. 122 pitchers signed up to compete and even with rain in the forecast, only 4 pitchers failed to show up. The State Council decided to try a new format for the Men's top class. We took the top 8 pitchers who signed up and put them in a 16 man class, and we moved the next 8 highest percentages up to fill a 16 man class. After about five games had been pitched in the first round, I was really amazed at the number of pitchers who kept coming up asking if they had a chance at making the top class. It definitely created some excitement for some of the pitchers. 

I've always thought the State Singles Tournament was one of the most important, and pressure filled tournaments that any pitcher could pitch in. Nerves, butterflies, and knots in the stomach do not only effect the lower classes, even the best pitchers feel pressure at the worst times. We had some pitchers who didn't quite do as well as they hoped to, and there were some who pitched their butts off. 

Class D was one of the first to finish up and Charlie Carter took home 1st place with 6 wins and 1 loss. There was a 3 way tie for 2nd between Charles Edmonds, Marty Sheets, & William Hartless. Bill Hartless squeaked by Marty Sheets for 2nd place with a 40.75 % day and Marty pitched 40.49 % and received 3rd. Donald Parkes, a 30ft.Mens Champion was seeded in with D class and had a pretty good day averaging 38.15 %.

Class G finished up next, giving us our first playoff game of the day. Jack Abrams and George Zahorchak were both 6 and 1 after regulation. Jack started the game with a 21 point lead and didn't let up, pitching 13 ringers out of 36 shoes to win the game 42 to 8. George received 2nd and Greg Perry finished 3rd with 5 wins and 2 losses. 

It came down to the 7th game to decide Class F. Ken Henson and Gerald Bird played each other last and had only 1 loss each. They were the 7th & 8th seeds in their class. The percentage spreads in every class was so close that this could have happened in any class. Every one had 2 or more losses except for Ken & Gerald going into the last game, so the winner of this game would take home 1st place. Gerald hit 7 ringers of his first 10 shoes to lead 16 to 4. Ken closed it up a bit to make it 15 to 22 before Gerald finished the game 40 to 25 to win 1st place. Boyd Lambert finished 3rd with 4 wins & 3 losses. 

Paul Arnold went 7 and 0 to win Class C. Paul entered the tournament with a 43.87 % average, and pitched 53.73 % for the day. That's fantastic pitching for anyone to hit 10 % better than what they came in with. Paul was also the highest percentage pitcher that advanced into the 16 man class. Ray Staton took 2nd place with 5 wins & 2 losses and Robert Staton took 3rd with 4 wins & 3 losses. Robert also averaged well enough to advance to the top class. 

Wayne Sturtz won Class B with 6 wins & 1 loss and pitched well enough to advance but had tickets to a concert and couldn't pitch, so that allowed another pitcher to move up. Ray Barb & Ron Trobaugh were tied for 2nd. Ray had the higher percentage with a 48.44 %, and Ron received 3rd with 46.38 %. Ray & Ron also advanced to the top class. 

There was a 4 way tie for 1st in Class E, and we were really pressed for time to get out meeting in before starting the next round of classes. We decided to have our meeting and have the playoff afterwards. Granville Weakley, David Turner, Steve Wheeler, & Elgin Davis were all tied at 5 and 2. David Turner got off to a good start on Elgin Davis and Elgin was making a decent comeback but ran out of shoes. David went on to win 33 to 22. Granville Weakley & Steve Wheeler had the best playoff game of the day, after 50 shoes, the score was tied 36 to 36. They pitched down and back to break the tie and were tied again 39 to 39. Again they pitched down with both getting a ringer each no score, but coming back, Granville must have wanted it more and got 2 ringers 6 to win the game 45 to 39. That put Granville & David in a playoff to decide 1st place. David didn't do as well as his first game, but Granville pitched 19 ringers out of 38 shoes to win the game 42 to 12. Granville lost his first two games to start the tournament and won the next 7 in a row to take home 1st place. David finished 2nd, and Elgin received 3rd. 

At the meeting we discussed having an "All Club Tournament" next year and scheduling it on the 3rd Saturday in August. The intent of this tournament would be for ALL clubs to participate. I'm still discussing the format, and will be taking input and suggestions over the next couple of months. We also gave out certificates for 10 or more tournaments and patches for 10, 20 and 30 year memberships. Kevin Snelgrove, our Regional Director was so excited about out membership growing to over 300, that he went looking for an answer that would explain how it happened. He came to the conclusion that there were so many people who have promoted horseshoes, helped out, or made a difference in our organization that he gave out coffee mugs that read "Proud To Be a Family Member" to about 30 different people. In my opinion, Kevin Snelgrove is a big reason that we've grown to over 300 members. When some of you get a chance, I know he would appreciate it if you would tell him what good job he's doing as our R. D. Thanks Kevin, your enthusiasm is contagious! There were no new changes in State Officer positions. Pat Snelgrove was nominated and approved for Secretary/Treasurer/Statistician. Renee Cowan was nominated and approved as our 1st Vice President. In the middle of all the discussions and getting back to the tournament, we forgot to give out awards for the MostGamesWon- the winners of the most wins in each division -we will send those out soon and apologize for our slip up. 

Class M was won by Marvin Lunceford with 5 wins and no losses. Marvin pitched 3 % on the nose for the day and won all 5 games. Timmy Boggs got 2nd with 4 wins and 1 loss and pitched 14 %. David Orndorff took 3rd place with 3 wins & 2 losses and pitched 12 %. Marvin won his class with 3 % and pointed everyone to death. Who says coming close doesn't count. 

Class J Champion Jerry Roberts went 6 and 1, and pitched 30.39 % for the day. Steve Marquess and Golden Salmons were tied for 2nd place at 5 and 2. Steve took 2nd averaging 26.23 % and Golden finished 3rd with       23.64 %.

Ben Robinson went undefeated in Class I to win 1st place. Chuck Duymich went 6 & 1 to get 2nd, and Chuck Gurtler received 3rd with 5 wins and 2 losses. 

Coming down to the last game in Class H, If Charlie Leonard could have beat Walter Foster, there would have been a 3 way tie for first place, the way things were going, it wouldn't have surprised me. Walter was on his game and won 34 to 28. Walter finished 6 and 1 to win H Class. Gene Webb and John Cummins were tied for 2nd with 5 wins & 2 losses, Gene had the higher average and took 2nd with 36.65 %, and John received 3rd with 30.70 %. 

Class K followed true to form, of course there was a 3 way tie for 1st place. Tony Webb, Jerry Gilmer, & Jeremi Skillman finished up tied at 5 and 2 each. Jerry Gilmer had the higher percentage so he had to watch as Jeremi and Tony played to determine who would advance to play for the title. It was pretty close for about 16 shoes before Tony started hitting and went on to win 39 to 14. Tony got off to a very good start on Jerry but Jerry started closing it up and made a good game of it, but Tony held on to win Class K, 36 to 25. 

Class L, What did you expect? Another 4 way tie for 1st. You would almost think these guys were playing for the State Title or something. Kevin Snelgrove, Billy Morris, Fred Mullenix, & Terry Sparks were all 5 and 2 after regulation. After we figured the percentages up, Billy Morris and Kevin Snelgrove were paired up and Terry Sparks had to play Fred Mullenix. Billy and Kevin's game went down to the last pitch. With 4 shoes to go, Billy scored a ringer each 1 and took a 30 to 27 lead. He left the pole open, but had 2 close shoes when Kevin came up. One ringer would have tied it up, but Billy came away with 2 points and won the game 32 to 27. One court over Terry and Fred were in a tight game as well. With 4 shoes left, Terry had a 6 point lead, when Fred threw 2 ringers 6 to tie it up. Fred then pitched a 1 ringer 3 to win 23 to 20. This put Fred and Billy in a playoff for the Class L title. It was also quite a battle, neither pitcher would give an inch, it was close all the way to the end. With only 2 shoes left, the score was tied 24 to 24, Billy managed to get 1 point on the last pitch to win 25 to 24. Fred finished 2nd, and Kevin took home 3rd. 

David Cowan Jr. was seeded with the Women's Class A. David has played Amy & Renee before and the heat they throw at him has kept him from doing his best stuff. But today would be different, David averaged 65.88 % for the day and took Amy Hall to 72 shoes before she finally won the game, but Davey pitched 53 ringers out of 72 shoes for a 73.61 % game. Nice pitching Davey. Amy Hall Won her 8th Women's Class A title with 81.69 % for the day. Renee finished 2nd and averaged 66.67 % for the tournament. 

In Women's Class C, Diane Barb won the title going 7 and 2 for the day. Tonya & Charlene Hix were tied for 2nd with 6 wins and 3 losses, Tonya took 2nd with the higher average and Charlene took 3rd.

Women's Class D was won by Yvonne Orndorff. Pam Matsko took 2nd. What a closely seeded class that was! The entering percentage was less than 1%, and both enjoyed the competition. It was anyone's title. 

With as many playoffs as we've had today, I was watching how the Women's Class B was winding down and it looked like we would have another one before it was over. Christa Hall and Cindy Jones were both 5 & 1 going into the last game. Christa had Kara Vannoy last and Cindy was playing Donna Keefer. After 28 shoes Donna was leading 17 to 15, but Cindy hit 8 ringers out of the next 10 shoes to take a 28 to 18 lead and went on to win the game 38 to 21. Christa was leading Kara 26 to 18 before Kara started to hit pretty good and came back to win 31 to 26. Cindy Jones was watching as this game ended and was so emotional she couldn't hold it back. She was the 7th seed in the class and didn't feel she had much of a chance to do well, much less win her class. This is one State Singles she will never forget. Cindy Jones won Women's Class B with 6 wins and 1 loss and averaged 45.28 %. Christa Hall took 2nd with 5 wins and 2 losses and averaged 38.79 %. Sonya McDowell and Kara Vannoy were tied for 3rd. Sonya edged Kara out for 3rd with 40.75 for the day and Kara pitched 39.22 %. 

In our Junior Girls Class, Brittany Ferguson went 5 & 0 to win her class. Jessicca Matsko took 2nd with 4 wins and 1 loss. And Rachel Cowan finished 3rd with 3 wins & 2 losses. 
In the Junior Boys Class B, Daniel Yelinek and Marvin Long were tied for first with only 1 loss each. Daniel won the playoff game and took home 1st. Marvin finished 2nd, and Nicholas Matsko finished 3rd. 

We seeded Trey McDowell with the Junior boys Class B, he is our Pee Wee pitcher. Trey won 1st place in the Pee Wee Division. His trophy was almost as tall as he was. His Grandpa, Floyd Hix Jr. said this would be quite a story for show and tell, now that school was about to start. I would sure like to be around when he starts talking about what he did on his Labor Day weekend. 

As I sit here writing this story the Men's Championship class has only played 5 games so far. There are 6 of us at 5 & 0, and one has 1 loss and one has 2 losses. We are scheduled to play our remaining 10 games Sept. 14th at Grottoes horseshoe courts. When the other 10 games are finished, we'll try to finish this story. You are all invited to come watch the finals, and help out any way you can. Scorekeepers and court maintenance help will be needed. 
                                  Ricky Hall 
                                  President, VaHPA

 

Results
The Virginia State Singles
August 31, 2002
Hosted By 3 clubs
The Winchester Horseshoe Club, The Apple Valley Horseshoe Club 
and The Northern Valley Horseshoe Club
  Div Seed Card # NAME  W   L  S    R  Tournament
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Note 1 Mens A Championship                
1st A A001 380155 Branson Miller 5 0 158 119 75.32% 207 1.9% 83.33%
2nd A A006 380015 Lenwood Conner Sr 5 0 210 139 66.19% 205 5.9% 78.57%
3rd A A002 380121 Ricky L Hall 5 0 172 113 65.70% 209 -5.4% 80.00%
4th A A003 380238 Hearl Kelly 5 0 216 141 65.28% 209 -2.3% 66.67%
5th A A008 380017 Jackie Whetzel 5 0 274 159 58.03% 206 2.2% 75.00%
6th A A005 380060 Dennis J Davis 5 0 256 137 53.52% 200 -6.9% 63.64%
7th A A004 380092 Darrell K Brock 4 1 238 144 60.50% 204 -5.5% 68.42%
8th A A007 380160 Chris K Foster 3 2 304 141 46.38% 164 -9.5% 57.14%
9th A A011 380288 Jerry Colyer 2 3 254 133 52.36% 157 5.3% 58.33%
10th A A013 380026 James A Barr 1 4 226 113 50.00% 134 4.7% 54.76%
11th A A015 380361 Robert Staton 0 5 274 141 51.46% 132 10.1% 58.33%
12th A A010 380061 Ray P Barb 0 5 224 107 47.77% 95 -0.7% 54.00%
13th A A012 380081 Ron Trobaugh 0 5 170 77 45.29% 55 -1.1% 52.63%
14th A A009 380418 Paul Arnold 0 5 224 100 44.64% 93 -9.1% 48.65%
15th A A016 380323 Marty Sheets 0 5 220 89 40.45% 82 0.0% 48.33%
16th A A014 380050 Horace L Phillip 0 5 236 89 37.71% 85 -4.2% 47.62%
  Mens B                
1st B B02 380181 Wayne Sturtz 6 1 266 136 51.13% 232 -2.6% 70.00%
2nd B B03 380061 Ray P Barb 5 2 384 186 48.44% 239 -4.1% 50.00%
3rd B B05 380081 Ron Trobaugh 5 2 304 141 46.38% 230 -5.9% 52.08%
4th B B08 380026 James A Barr 4 3 236 107 45.34% 174 -3.2% 55.88%
5th B B06 380288 Jerry Colyer 3 4 306 144 47.06% 203 -3.7% 55.56%
6th B B07 380039 Terry Figgins 3 3 246 108 43.90% 151 -4.8% 51.85%
7th B B04 380050 Horace L Phillip 2 5 286 120 41.96% 129 -10.5% 51.43%
  Mens C                
1st C C04 380418 Paul Arnold 7 0 268 144 53.73% 250 9.9% 61.36%
2nd C C05 380135 Ray Staton 5 2 298 117 39.26% 208 -3.6% 57.69%
3rd C C02 380361 Robert Staton 4 3 278 115 41.37% 187 -3.4% 52.78%
4th C C07 380163 James Danner 4 3 284 106 37.32% 181 -3.0% 52.78%
5th C C06 380003 Randall Weakley 4 3 284 105 36.97% 199 -5.7% 50.00%
6th C C01 380106 Douglas M Tharp 3 4 304 116 38.16% 186 -6.7% 51.85%
7th C C03 380373 David Cowan Sr 1 6 256 71 27.73% 103 -16.5% 33.33%
  Mens D                
2nd D D04 380151 Charlie N Carter 6 1 284 97 34.15% 191 -4.7% 39.58%
3rd D D08 380246 William Hartless 5 2 292 119 40.75% 204 2.5% 52.00%
4th D D07 380323 Marty Sheets 5 2 284 115 40.49% 220 2.1% 50.00%
5th D D06 380147 Charles Edmonds 5 2 280 102 36.43% 192 -2.0% 43.18%
6th D D03 380277 Marty Coleman 4 3 292 86 29.45% 162 -9.5% 35.19%
7th D D02 380004 Ronnie Hicks 2 5 258 43 16.67% 106 -22.7% 26.32%
  Mens E                
1st E E02 380021 Granville R Weakley 6 2 326 144 44.17% 271 7.0% 56.82%
2nd E E04 380204 David A Turner 6 3 410 153 37.32% 283 1.1% 50.00%
3rd E E07 380322 Elgin A Davis 5 3 372 125 33.60% 264 -2.4% 53.33%
4th E E05 380297 Steven Wheeler 5 2 308 101 32.79% 239 -3.4% 43.48%
5th E E06 380423 Dwayne Davis 4 3 328 118 35.98% 225 -0.1% 45.45%
6th E E08 380118 W.L. Doss 3 4 312 97 31.09% 210 -3.8% 42.50%
7th E E01 380107 Floyd Hix Jr 1 6 302 61 20.20% 129 -17.6% 32.00%
8th E E03 380180 Glen Ritchie 0 7 302 53 17.55% 117 -18.7% 24.00%
  Mens F                
1st F F08 380157 Gerald L Bird 6 1 318 147 46.23% 272 12.7% 65.79%
2nd F F07 380426 Kenneth P Henson 5 2 340 129 37.94% 219 4.3% 50.00%
3rd F F03 380267 Boyd Lambert 4 3 322 117 36.34% 203 1.7% 54.17%
4th F F04 380212 Sonny Higginbotham 3 4 334 127 38.02% 211 4.1% 45.24%
5th F F02 380072 William P Melton 3 4 342 129 37.72% 228 3.1% 47.83%
6th F F05 380165 Billy Willis 3 4 320 115 35.94% 207 2.0% 56.25%
7th F F01 380104 Ike McFarland 2 5 346 130 37.57% 217 2.8% 45.83%
8th F F06 380012 David H Moser 2 5 342 124 36.26% 208 2.5% 41.30%
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1st G G01 380243 Jack W Abrams 7 1 354 125 35.31% 291 2.1% 59.38%
2nd G G02 380319 George Zahorchak 6 2 334 109 32.63% 247 -0.2% 45.24%
3rd G G04 380215 Greg Perry 5 2 326 110 33.74% 245 1.4% 42.50%
4th G G05 380093 Kirk A Adams 4 3 330 110 33.33% 229 1.4% 45.24%
5th G G07 380056 Kenny Puffenbarger 3 4 322 104 32.30% 224 1.0% 43.48%
6th G G08 380085 Patrick Doyle 3 4 318 94 29.56% 197 -1.3% 42.86%
7th G G06 380054 Earl Puffenbarger 1 6 336 82 24.40% 164 -7.2% 30.00%
8th G G03 380214 Clarence A Dowdy 0 7 336 95 28.27% 165 -4.3% 34.00%
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1st H H01 380153 Walter Foster Jr 6 1 344 112 32.56% 248 2.6% 38.00%
2nd H H04 380067 Gene Webb 5 2 322 118 36.65% 261 7.5% 52.78%
3rd H H06 380392 John Cummings 5 2 342 105 30.70% 224 2.3% 35.71%
4th H H05 380295 Charles Brewer 4 3 348 91 26.15% 198 -2.4% 34.00%
5th H H02 380102 Charlie Leonard 3 4 336 118 35.12% 224 5.2% 43.75%
6th H H03 380401 Miles Noel 3 4 344 97 28.20% 181 -1.6% 34.00%
7th H H07 380184 Thomas French 2 5 346 89 25.72% 201 -2.4% 36.00%
8th H H08 380296 Robert Carver 0 7 306 64 20.92% 122 -6.8% 32.61%
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1st I I06 380018 Ben Robinson 7 0 282 87 30.85% 222 -13.1% 39.47%
2nd I I01 380430 Chuck Duymich 6 1 300 88 29.33% 197 6.8% 36.00%
3rd I I02 380049 Chuck Gurtler Jr. 5 2 296 86 29.05% 212 2.7% 36.96%
4th I I07 380127 Carl H Otto 4 3 284 75 26.41% 185 -8.1% 32.00%
5th I I04 380188 Talmage Dunn 3 4 288 67 23.26% 157 0.5% 35.42%
6th I I03 380271 John R Ham 2 5 300 74 24.67% 168 -3.6% 28.00%
7th I I08 380068 Kenneth W Sorrells 1 6 302 45 14.90% 102 -8.0% 18.00%
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1st J J01 380133 Jerry Roberts 6 1 306 93 30.39% 256 6.8% 43.75%
2nd J J02 380303 Steve Marquess 5 2 324 85 26.23% 234 2.7% 40.63%
3rd J J04 380182 Golden Salmons 5 2 330 78 23.64% 218 0.5% 30.56%
4th J J05 380233 Brad Jones 4 3 324 86 26.54% 219 3.6% 43.75%
5th J J03 380077 Victor A Riggleman 3 4 328 65 19.82% 170 -3.6% 34.00%
6th J J07 380176 Terry Hensley 3 4 322 46 14.29% 152 -8.1% 26.00%
7th J J08 380062 Durwood K Griffin 1 6 342 48 14.04% 136 -8.0% 20.00%
8th J J06 380313 Elden Vannoy Jr 1 6 300 29 9.67% 113 -13.1% 20.00%
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1st K K01 380207 Tony Webb 7 2 350 72 20.57% 211 -1.1% 28.00%
2nd K K02 380379 Jerry W Gilmer 6 3 300 73 24.33% 192 3.5% 30.00%
3rd K K06 380063 Jeremi Skillman 5 3 300 67 22.33% 149 2.6% 32.00%
4th K K08 380334 Mark Maters 4 3 250 64 25.60% 164 7.1% 34.00%
5th K K03 380126 James Morris 4 3 244 52 21.31% 115 0.8% 31.82%
6th K K07 380179 Billy Skinner 4 3 244 46 18.85% 147 -0.3% 22.00%
Note 3 Mens L                
1st L L04 380380 Billy Morris 7 2 400 78 19.50% 235 2.8% 30.00%
2nd L L05 380388 Fred Mullenix 6 3 404 84 20.79% 226 5.2% 30.00%
3rd L L03 380141 Kevin C Snelgrove 5 3 350 59 16.86% 187 -0.1% 26.00%
4th L L06 380375 Terry Sparks 5 3 346 52 15.03% 192 -0.4% 22.00%
5th L L01 380164 Lyn Hall 4 3 296 62 20.95% 167 2.9% 32.61%
6th L L02 380275 Bobby Johnson 3 4 300 40 13.33% 155 -4.2% 28.26%
7th L L07 380312 Jim Irre 1 6 296 25 8.45% 106 -6.2% 16.00%
  Mens M                
1st M M05 380321 Marvin Lunceford 5 0 200 6 3.00% 97 -0.5% 6.00%
2nd M M04 380309 Timmy Boggs 4 1 200 28 14.00% 94 4.1% 20.00%
3rd M M01 380328 David L. Orndorff 3 2 200 24 12.00% 95 0.1% 16.00%
4th M M03 380209 Danny Morris 2 3 200 15 7.50% 69 -3.0% 10.00%
5th M M02 380354 James Matsko 1 4 200 13 6.50% 77 -4.5% 10.00%
Note 7 Mens 30-foot A                
1st M30A D05 380037 Donald Parkes 7 0 270 103 38.15% 223 -0.6% 45.83%
Note 4 Womens A                
1st WA WA01 380122 Amy Hall 9 0 284 232 81.69% 246 -1.4% 86.11%
2nd WA WA02 380110 Renee Cowan 5 3 324 216 66.67% 147 3.8% 77.94%
  Womens B                
1st WB WB07 380213 Cindy Jones 6 1 318 144 45.28% 275 7.1% 55.88%
2nd WB WB01 380168 Christa Hall 5 2 348 135 38.79% 239 -6.2% 56.25%
3rd WB WB04 380111 Sonya McDowell 4 3 346 141 40.75% 243 1.6% 48.00%
4th WB WB02 380113 Kara Vannoy 4 3 306 120 39.22% 208 -4.9% 50.00%
5th WB WB05 380020 Betty B Weakley 3 4 338 125 36.98% 221 -2.5% 47.92%
6th WB WB08 380152 Donna Keefer 2 5 350 138 39.43% 198 2.9% 50.00%
7th WB WB06 380140 Patricia L Snelgrove 2 5 326 123 37.73% 227 -0.6% 44.44%
8th WB WB03 380029 Deborah K Barbour 2 5 308 102 33.12% 178 -10.3% 47.62%
Note 4 Womens C                
1st WC WC01 380320 Diane Barb 7 2 268 88 32.84% 215 3.2% 47.73%
2nd WC WC02 380112 Tonya Hix 6 3 284 80 28.17% 168 -1.3% 40.00%
3rd WC WC03 380116 Charlene Hix 6 3 264 58 21.97% 118 -4.3% 28.00%
 Note 8 Womens D                
1st WD WD03 380365 Yvonne Orndorff 5 0 194 21 10.82% 106 5.8% 14.00%
2nd WD WD04 380283 Pam Matsko 4 1 200 14 7.00% 101 2.5% 8.00%
 Note 8 Junior Girls A                
1st JGA WD01 380006 Brittany Ferguson 5 0 200 18 9.00% 90 0.8% 16.00%
2nd JGA WD05 380299 Jessica Matsko 4 1 194 6 3.09% 55 0.7% 4.00%
3rd JGA WD02 380023 Rachel Cowan 3 2 200 13 6.50% 63 -0.1% 8.00%
Note 4 Junior Boys A                
1st JBA WA03 380240 David Cowan 9 0 340 224 65.88% 138 8.0% 73.61%
Note 5 Junior Boys B                
1st JBB WE01 380337 Daniel Yelimek 6 1 340 47 13.82% 223 -1.2% 26.19%
2nd JBB WE02 380429 Marvin Long 5 2 350 31 8.86% 168 -1.1% 16.00%
3rd JBB WE03 380208 Nicholas Matsko 2 4 298 12 4.03% 64 -1.0% 10.00%
Note 6 Pee Wee                
1st JPA WE04 380208 Trey Mcdowell 6 0 292 14 4.79% 87 0.6% 6.00%
Note 1 -The top 8 men were seeded 1-8, 9-16 are the top 8 percentage pitchers from all mens classes, 5 games played 8/31, due to rain on Sunday the balance of the games will be play 9/14 in Grottoes.
Note 2 -3 way playoff for first
Note 3 -4 way playoff for 1st
Note 4 -Junior Boys A and Womens A pitched 3 round robins
Note 5 -Junior Boys B pitched 2 round robins and had a playoff for 1st
Note 6 -Pee Wees pitched with Junior Boys B
Note 7 -30 foot mens pitched with Mens D class.
Note 8 -Womens D pitched with Junior Girls A.
 
 



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The Virginia State Singles
August 31, 2002
Hosted By 3 clubs
The Winchester Horseshoe Club, The Apple Valley Horseshoe Club 
and The Northern Valley Horseshoe Club
Photos by Kevin and Pat Snelgrove, Jeremi Skillman, Randall Weakley and Floyd Hix

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The meeting begins Regional Director Report Ricky Hall receives his mug, for starting the Burnt Chimmey club and his support and work with Chesapeake
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