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2006 State Singles

2006 State Singles Review

by Pat Snelgrove

 

Hurricane season came a little early in Virginia this year, with the advent of Ernesto on Labor Day weekend. On Wednesday, the VaHPA decided not to take the chance of being washed out, and postponed the event for two weeks. As things turned out, it was a good decision. Downpours in Winchester Wednesday and Thursday put the courts under water, even though the club had taken all precautions to cover the courts and try to keep them dry.

We wholeheartedly thank the Winchester club members and especially Bill Melton, for their efforts on behalf of this event. The courts were in fantastic shape, members were available to help out, and Bill took the extra time and attention to mark out the foul line for the PeeWee pitchers ahead of time. Good job all, thank you.

Everyone arriving was pleasantly surprised by music and a movie made by Kevin Snelgrove. This was a fund raiser for the VaHPA, and it was a DVD to be raffled off, and the subject of the movie was the Virginia State Singles over the years. It captivated pitchers all day long, as they paused to watch the film, exclaiming as they recognized the players, calling other people over to See This! That was rewarding to Kevin, and the raffle tickets were sold all day Saturday. Terry Figgins was the lucky winner when the drawing was held.

There were other activities going on both days. The VaHPA had sent out door-prize tickets with the class assignment mailings, and a variety of items were handed out to the pitchers during both days– measuring devises, NHPA patches, license plate frames, cookbooks from PorkShoeShack, all kinds of goodies – we also had a special drawing of sports bags, one for each flight on Saturday – morning and afternoon. The grand prize was awarded to the player that earned “High Ringer Over Average” –performance in qualifying rounds vs. entering stat for the event.

As has been the practice over the past couple of years, the Singles held qualifying classes that mixed all 40 foot pitchers and separate mixed qualifying classes for the 30 foot pitchers. Once the qualifying rounds were completed, Championship classes were held late Saturday and more on Sunday. The format was set depending on the number of entries, and the age.

In all of the classes, both days, there were numerous close games. All of the 30 foot mixed classes pitched Saturday. In 30E mix, we had Junior boy Tyler Whetzel (entering with 1.56%) pitching against PeeWee pitcher Elizabeth Vannoy (entering with 2.78%). They had a great time pitching. Elizabeth finished the day with a 6.67%, pitching 3.88 over her entering stat. Tyler surprised everyone, including himself, by ending the day with a 21.67% - a full 20.11 over his entering stat. All he could say was “I’ve been practicing with Uncle Jackie, I guess I’m doing better”. BETTER? If he keeps practicing with Uncle Jackie, we can expect to see him in A Class before he’s 19!!

The mixed 30D mixed class was won by Jessicca Matsko, all wins, no losses, and she also pitched well over her entering stat. Entering with 10%, finishing with 24.44%. Way to go Jess!!

In 30C Mix, PeeWee Trey McDowell qualified against 4 adults. The top entering stat in class was 28.19, Trey was bottom with 22.29. Those in the class that felt humble or “funny” about pitching against this little guy soon learned not to be. He gave the entire class a run-for-their-money, finishing in 4th place. Donald Parkes took the class by storm, winning 4-0, his closest game was against Carrie Flowers in the 4th round. At shoe 14, Don was ahead 19-9. By shoe 26, the score was 25-18 Don’s favor. By shoe30, the score was tied 25-25. This was a 40 shoe limit game – and it was wide open! At shoe 36, the lead switched, 30-29 Carrie’s favor, and then the finale !! Carrie fell apart in the last four shoes and Don kept on gettin’ on. The game finished 37-30, Don’s favor.

And the top 30 foot mixed class – 30AB Mix – held surprises all the way around. Newcomer Herman Harper entered this qualifying class with a 65%, and ended the day with 65.71%. Consistant? Yes he was, and showed the rest of us what rough stuff he’s made of. Amy Hall came in 1st in the class, beaming all the way to collect her patch – she pitched a tromping 85.71% overall for the day – She had a 90% game against Kara Vannoy, and a 92.5 against Renee Cowan (“oh darn, I missed a couple” was her comment). Herman’s game against Don Masters in the 6th round was a close one. Tied 12-12 at 22 shoes, then 15-15 at 26 shoes, it was anyone’s game. Don took the lead at 28 shoes, then the lead shifted and Herman was in charge. Don came on again, and at 38 shoes threw a sixpack, bringing the score to 24/23, Herman’s favor. The last throw. They both knew it… was it the tension, or was he tired? Don missed the pin completely while Herman caught one ringer. Final score 27/23 to Herman. Herman’s only loss for the day was against Amy with 10/37 in the last round.

During all this excitement in the 30 foot classes, some of the 40 foot classes were also pitching their qualifiers. In Men’s H, Edward Jordan had a few close calls. Pitching against Terry Sparks in round 2, Ed was way behind. Terry led 18/8 at 26 shoes. By shoe 36, Ed was coming on, the score was 21/18 Terry’s favor. In the last four shoes, Terry couldn’t make a single point. Ed threw another 4, winning the game 23/21. Then in the 7th round, Ed’s game against Jeremi Skillman was a class-place maker. The turnout was a turnaround! At shoe 10, the score was 7/3, Jeremi’s favor. Then Jeremi hit a cold spell. Ed crept up, and by shoe24, the score was 16/9 Ed’s favor. Then Ed hit a cold spot. Jeremi crept up and tied the score 16/16 at shoe 30. It was anyone’s game. Jeremi pointed, Ed pointed. The score inched with the shoes. Then Ed finally threw a ringer! Score 21/17 his favor! But he couldn’t get anymore points. Jeremi threw 5 points in the last two innings, taking the game 22/21. What a turnaround, what a great game!

In Men’s G Class, Bill Maitland won first place, but 2nd place Tony Webb almost took it from him in the fourth round. When that game started, Tony got off to a really cold start. Remember, this was a 40 shoe limit game… by shoe 30, the score was in Bill’s favor 23/8. It looked like a done deal. Then Tony woke up. He pitched six ringers (one for every throw) until the end of the game, holding Bill at 23 points!! Tony’s final score was 20, and he wished the game would go just four more shoes. Bill lucked out as the shoes ran out.

The winner of F Class was George Zahorchak, after a pitchoff with Floyd Hix. George’s only loss of the day was in a close match (24/26) against Floyd in the 2nd round. Floyd’s only loss prior to the playoff match was in the third round against Tom Bunting. Tom placed 3rd in the class, Floyd 2nd, George 1st.

Another playoff took place in E Class between Richmond pitchers Ronney Lee and Cyril Coleman each with 6wins, 1loss. It was an extremely tight match all the way. Score tied at 4 shoes, tied at 12 shoes, tied again at 28 shoes, tied again at 32 shoes. Tied AGAIN at 36 shoes and AGAIN at 40 shoes. This forced a four shoe tie-breaker. Shoe 42, Cyril got a ringer, Ronney missed completely, making the score 28/25 Cyril’s favor. Cyril threw back first, only got a point. He waiting anxiously while Ronney prepared to throw. First shoe, missed the pin! Second shoe got a ringer, but it wasn’t enough – Cyril won the game by that single lonely point on his last shoe. Final score 29/28 to Cyril. Way to go fellas!

Both F & D Classes ran into some confusion when pitchers were advised to throw down-and-back to break a point tie at the end of a game. As a 40 shoe game, the tie should remain as is. The mistake was caught at the scoring table a little while later, but in the meantime, pitchers in D class had already engaged in a playoff, and awards were issued. When the mistake was corrected, it changed the standings, reversing the win positions that had been awarded for 1st and 2nd. Winners in the class were WL Doss, 1st place, Bill Hartless 2nd, GW Dickson 3rd .

C Class winner Jim Hartman took his class by storm, winning all games. His closest match was in the 4th round against Doug Tharp. That was another of those games that looked like a closed door. By shoe 30, the score was 22/6 Hartman’s favor. He had just thrown a very impressive string of ringers – from shoe 18 thru 30, he averaged 72%! Then he lost it completely. In the next 10 shoes, he managed a single point, no ringers. His opponent meanwhile, kept comin’ on, one ringer at a time…until the shoes ran out and the game was finished. Jim was certainly glad for a shoe limit game, because the score ended 23/19 his favor.

Buck Johnson earned 1st place in B Class, but not without a struggle. Opponent Randy Rickard gave him a run for it, both times they played – first round, Buck won 27/26, second round, Buck won again – 28/26. In the first round, Randy was in the lead right up to shoe 30. With the score 23/15, he got stuck on 23 points – we all know how that happens sometimes. Buck took advantage during the next 10 shoes, racking up those ringers, while Randy tried to get moving. Preparing for the very last pitch of the game, the score was 27/23, Buck’s favor. Buck threw first, and scored a ringer. Randy wound up, tossed and landed a perfect sixpack! It was too little to late. The final score was 27/26 to Buck. Their second match was no less exciting. Again, Randy got out early, leading right up until shoe 22, when he hit a cold spell. Again, Buck took advantage, and in the next 8 shoes threw 7 ringers, only two covered by Randy. By shoe 34, the score was 28/19 Buck’s favor, and that’s where Randy held him. The shoes ran out before Randy could finish his comeback, with a final score of 28/26.

The action in A Class was a highlight of the day. What a line up of pitchers! Entry percentages ran from 53.26 (Paul Arnold) to 70.86 (Ronnie Walker). ALL of the pitchers were raring to go!! Defending Champion Hearl Kelly came in 1st, with 7-0, Ronnie Walker came in 2nd, and Paul Arnold – seeded 8th entering the class – came in 3rd. Ronnie and Paul had the same number of win/loss – 5/2, the place was decided by percentage.

The qualifying rounds set the appetites for the Championship rounds. And meanwhile, the VaHPA’s grand prize for “High Ringer over Average” was hanging out there to be awarded at the finish of all the qualifiers. Junior Boy,Tyler Whetzel, came to check every class’s final stat sheet as they were hung on the board. As the day progressed he went from “Do you think I stand a chance at that?” to “ Looking good… I think I might win that….” And at the end of it all, he had an ear-to-ear grin as he was awarded the gift certificate. We really enjoyed having Tyler in the event, hope he comes back year after year, and enjoys his selection from Pork’s Shoe Shack.

The Elder Men’s Championship class was held between Don Masters (Portsmouth) and Don Parkes (Winchester). Don M won the title, winning all 3 of the scheduled games. Both pitchers enjoyed the competition, and Don P ended the rounds pitching 4.9% over his entering stat.

Holding a Senior Men’s Championship class was a welcome addition from the VaHPA perspective – we had six competitors in the class, and hope next year more men opt for this division. Dave Moser won the title with a 5-0 record, WL Doss came in 2nd with 4-1, John Ham 3rd with 3-2. Considering his finish for the qualifying classes, Moser burnt his buddies big time, never finishing a game with less than 40 points, and not allowing them to get above 30. Moser – you showed your stuff in this competition!!

In the Women’s Championship class, Amy Hall came in 1st with a 80.61% overall. Renee Cowan came in 2nd with a 52.14%, but was feeling the effects of two days straight pitching. On her pitching side, her wrist has been bothering her for several months. Half way through the rounds, it swelled and really impacted her pitching. Although she pitched a 55.26% in her match against Amy, the score ended up 2/40 Amy’s favor. Amy pitched 89.47 in that game. I was surprised to even be included in the Championship rounds, and surprised even more by coming in 3rd place with a 37.5% . Not shabby at all. I enjoyed it immensely.

The Junior Girl’s Championship round got a kick start from Jessicca Matsko, finishing the qualifying rounds 14% over her entering percentage… and the Defending Title Champion to boot. As she faced off against top seed Amanda Tolbert , she found herself in a slow start mode. This was a 40 point game, and at shoe 20, the score was 13-6 Amanda’s favor. That’s when Jess turned on both jets. By shoe 36, she had caught up to 20/19 Amanda’s favor. Then she hit a cold spot that she couldn’t recoop from. Amanda held Jess from 19-23 points, winning the game 42/23. Amanda came in 1st, Jess 2nd, Rachel 3rd.

For the PeeWee Division this year, we had a single contestant, and ditto for the Junior Boy and Senior Women. It was decided to pitch them together. Norma Venavage and Tyler Whetzel had some close games, in their first round, the score tied at shoe8, then Norma pitched a double. That put her in a lead that Tyler never caught up with. The game ended 23/10 Norma. Then in round 3, the score was 18/15 Norma’s favor, when Tyler pitched another ringer. Score tied, and knowing the game would finish at 20 points, they both were on edge with that final throw. Tyler pitched a ringer, and Norma missed the pin – Tyler won 21/18. Great games both!!

And in the Men’s 40 foot Championship round, by the 4th round, everyone was getting warmed up and there were some really close tight games. If you caught the game between Jessie (Buck) Johnson and Ricky Hall that round, half way through you would have joined the rest of wondering how it would end up. At 24 shoes, the score was 22-11 Buck’s favor. Then Ricky caught a double, and Buck sort of fell apart. By shoe 38, the score tied at 28 points. You’d think there were a whole lot more shoes to be tossed, and the lead changed back and forth in the next four shoes. Then Ricky just buckled down and kept on banging the pin. Buck couldn’t maintain his steam, and Ricky ended the game, pitching 80% in the last 10 shoes, with a final score of 44-32. Way to go Ricky!

Paul Arnold had a great time pitching in both the qualifiers and the Championship rounds. He was seeded at the bottom of the qualification class, and ended up finishing in 3rd. Then entered the Championship class seeded 5th, and ended the day with a 54.97% - not much higher than his original stat – 53.26, but good enough to make him happy. He seemed pleased with how he was pitching all day for both days, smiling and having fun at it.

Terry Figgins had qualified in C Class, with an entering percentage of 39.66. He made the cut for the Championship class, entering with a 41%, seeded #8 . He actually finished the Championship class in fourth place, with a 50.3% overall, proving again, that it’s your Wins/Losses that make the difference. Great pitching Terry, expect to see you in A Class qualifiers next year !!

And the game between these two contestants was a cliff-hanger. At shoe 18, it looked like the writing was on the wall. The score stood 25-8 Terry’s favor. But Paul wasn’t going to just roll over and let him have it. Paul held Terry at 25 points for the next 10 shoes, until the score was 16-25. Terry had a couple opens, Paul got a couple doubles. By shoe 40, he had caught up to 23-31. By shoe 44, he had caught up to 30-31. At shoe 46, Paul took the lead – 36-31. Then HE hit a cold spot, and Terry took advantage. By shoe 56, the score was 38-37 Terry’s favor, and all it took was that last ringer that Paul didn’t cover. The game ended 41-37 to Terry. Great game both !!

The games got closer and tighter as the rounds ran on. In round 6, Jackie Whetzel, seed 3 played against Ronnie Walker, seed 1. By shoe 20, the score stood 16-17 Jackie’s favor. By shoe30, it was 27-22 Ronnie’s favor. At shoe 38, the lead shifted again, score 31-30, Jackie’s favor. At shoe 52, the lead shifted AGAIN. Ronnie’s favor 39-37 . And that’s where Ronnie stayed. Jackie held him there to win the game 41-39 !!

Also in round 6, Hearl Kelly (defending Champ 2005) was pitching against Ricky Hall (2004 Champion). It was an extremely close match. At shoe 16, the score was 15-13 Hearl. At shoe 30, it was 21-17 Ricky. At shoe 38, 30-26, Ricky’s favor. At shoe 42, the score was 36-26 Ricky’s favor!! And then he stalled. You know those ‘cold spots’ we all hit occasionally? Hearl held Ricky at that 36 point mark, and came up to win 41-36 at shoe 48!! Hearl pitched all ringers - 100% -in the last 6 shoes, and Ricky only covered 1 of those ringers. What an ending to a good close match!

At the end of round 7, there was a 3 way tie for first place – 6 wins, 1 loss each - Hearl Kelly (2005 defending Champ), Jackie Whetzel (2nd place 2005 and 3rd place 2004), and Ronnie Walker (relative newcomer to the State Singles). Entering the playoff, Ronnie sat out while Jackie & Hearl battled it out. What a game it was!! Folks, this was the longest game of the entire competition – 74 shoes!! The fence was lined with spectators, the cameras were focused on the opponents, the bleachers clogged with pitchers excited to see who the new Men’s State Champion would be.

Jackie got off to a cold start, and by shoe 20, the score was 13-3 Hearl’s favor. But Jackie turned on both burners… in the next 6 sets up & back, he held Hearl at 13 points, and not only TIED the score, but pulled ahead while Hearl was stuck on that unlucky number 13. But by shoe 32, Hearl tied the score 19-19. It was going to be a looooong game. By shoe 46, the score was 26-24 Jackie’s favor. By shoe 52, 28-26 Hearl’s favor. By shoe 70, the score stood at 36-35 Jackie’s favor – either pitcher could win. And Jackie held Hearl at 35 points, to win the game 40-35. What a triumphant finish. What a cliff hanger – great pitching guys!!!!

With Hearl out of the way, that set the stage for Ronnie to pitch against Jackie. This was the decision making game.Whoever finished in first place would be the new State Champ!

By shoe 20, the score was 11-10, Ronnie’s favor. Jackie held him there, gaining all the time. By shoe 30, the score was 23-11, Jackie’s favor. Around shoe 34, Jackie went cold, and allowed Ronnie to catch up. By shoe 50, the score was 27-29, still in Jackie’s favor, but he was getting nervous. At shoe 54, the score was 33-29, Ronnie’s favor, then he hit a cold spot, while Jackie kept focused. Jackie TIED the score 33-33, and kept getting those ringers!! He won the game at 68 shoes with a final score of 40-36!! Twice down Ronnie? We feel a rubber match coming up next year.

And CONGRATULATIONS to Jackie for becoming our new STATE CHAMP 2006 !!

The VaHPA thanks the Winchester Horseshoe Club for hosting the event this year, and for all the sponsors that assist to make the event possible. We look forward to meeting all of the pitchers on the courts next year.

Pat

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38-06-021
  2006 Virginia State Championships
Elder's Championship    Sunday, Sep 24 2006  10:00 AM

Pos     Name                    Entry Avg Hcp  Card#   St   Won   Lost  Pts   Rgrs  OvrAvg    Sh    R%
  1. Don F Masters                46.38    0  380432   VA     3     0   123     64   0.67-   140  45.71
  2. Donald Parkes                28.17    0  380037   VA     0     3    76     48   6.11    140  34.29

JB - SRW-PW Mix Championship    Saturday, Sep 23 2006  2:00 PM
Note: Junior Boys, Pee Wee and Senior Women Pitch a mix round, and each crowned Champion.
 
Pos     Name                    Entry Avg Hcp  Card#   St   Won   Lost  Pts   Rgrs  OvrAvg    Sh    R%
 
Senior Women's Championship    Sunday, Sep 24 2006  10:00 AM
  1. Norma Venavage               19.05    0  380082   VA     3     1    86     19   3.22-   120  15.83
 
Junior Boy's Championship  
  1. Tyler Whetzel                 1.56    0  380581   VA     3     1    61     18  13.44    120  15.00
 
 Pee Wee Championship  
 1. Elizabeth Vannoy              2.78    0  380514   VA     0     4    13      3   0.28-   120   2.50

Jr Girl's Championship    Saturday, Sep 23 2006  2:00 PM

Pos     Name                    Entry Avg Hcp  Card#   St   Won   Lost  Pts   Rgrs  OvrAvg    Sh    R%
  1. Amanda Tolbert               26.93    0  380443   VA     2     0    82     26   5.57     80  32.50
  2. Jessicca Matsko              10.00    0  380299   VA     1     1    63     16  10.00     80  20.00
  3. Rachel Cowan                 14.06    0  380023   VA     0     2    36     10   1.56-    80  12.50

Men's Championship    Sunday, Sep 24 2006  10:00 AM

Pos     Name                    Entry Avg Hcp  Card#   St   Won   Lost  Pts   Rgrs  OvrAvg    Sh    R%
  1. Jackie Whetzel               62.08    0  380017   VA     8     1   348    306   0.39-   496  61.69
  2. Ronald Walker                64.58    0  380236   VA     7     2   323    246   4.13    358  68.72
  3. Hearl Kelly                  63.75    0  380238   VA     6     2   310    253   1.13-   404  62.62
  4. Terry Figgins                41.00    0  380039   VA     4     3   205    168   9.29    334  50.30
  5. Ricky L Hall                 50.83    0  380121   VA     3     4   223    192   3.10    356  53.93
  6. Paul Arnold                  50.83    0  380418   VA     2     5   217    199   4.14    362  54.97
  7. Kenneth P Henson             45.42    0  380426   VA     1     6   162    152   2.08    320  47.50
  8. Jessie Johnson Jr            49.58    0  380232   VA     0     7   166    172   1.30    338  50.89

Senior Men's Championship    Sunday, Sep 24 2006  10:00 AM

Pos     Name                    Entry Avg Hcp  Card#   St   Won   Lost  Pts   Rgrs  OvrAvg    Sh    R%
  1. David H Moser                39.92    0  380012   VA     5     0   209     74   8.03-   232  31.90
  2. WL Doss                      33.00    0  380118   VA     4     1   195     72   3.25-   242  29.75
  3. John R Ham                   23.90    0  380271   VA     3     2   151     43   7.86-   268  16.04
  4. Robert J Snowden             27.18    0  380425   VA     2     3   145     44  11.58-   282  15.60
  5. Jim Walls                    22.60    0  380410   VA     1     4   133     40   8.81-   290  13.79
  6. Floyd Hix Jr                 25.31    0  380107   VA     0     5   103     32  13.64-   274  11.68

Women's Championship    Sunday, Sep 24 2006  10:00 AM

Pos     Name                    Entry Avg Hcp  Card#   St   Won   Lost  Pts   Rgrs  OvrAvg    Sh    R%
  1. Amy Hall                     78.21    0  380122   VA     3     0   120     79   2.40     98  80.61
  2. Renee Cowan                  63.67    0  380110   VA     2     1    85     73  11.53-   140  52.14
  3. Patricia L Snelgrove         35.39    0  380140   VA     1     2    72     51   2.11    136  37.50
  4. Tonya Hix                    42.05    0  380112   VA     0     3    39     35  11.35-   114  30.70
Results
38-06-020
  Virginia State Class Champions
30 and 40 foot Classes
30 A-B Mix    Saturday, Sep 23 2006  2:00 PM
Note A and B pitched a mix class.
30 A
Pos     Name                    Entry Avg Hcp  Card#   St   Won   Lost  Pts   Rgrs  OvrAvg    Sh    R%
  1. Amy Hall                     78.21    0  380122   VA     7     0   418    240   7.50    280  85.71
  2. Herman Harper                65.00    0  380350   VA     6     1   299    184   0.71    280  65.71
  3. Renee Cowan                  63.67    0  380110   VA     5     2   269    180   0.61    280  64.29
30 B 
  1. Don F Masters                46.38    0  380432   VA     3     4   182    125   1.74-   280  44.64
  2. Patricia L Snelgrove         35.39    0  380140   VA     3     4   147     94   1.82-   280  33.57
  3. Tonya Hix                    42.05    0  380112   VA     2     5   130    102   5.63-   280  36.43
  4. Kara Vannoy                  39.04    0  380113   VA     2     5   112     75  12.26-   280  26.79
  5. Charlene Hix                 34.27    0  380116   VA     0     7   114     76   7.13-   280  27.14

30 C Mix    Saturday, Sep 23 2006  9:00 AM

Pos     Name                    Entry Avg Hcp  Card#   St   Won   Lost  Pts   Rgrs  OvrAvg    Sh    R%
  1. Donald Parkes                28.17    0  380037   VA     4     0   137     47   1.20    160  29.38
  2. Amanda Tolbert               26.93    0  380443   VA     3     1   118     43   0.06-   160  26.88
  3. Carrie Flowers               22.36    0  380499   VA     2     2   109     38   1.39    160  23.75
  4. Trey McDowell                22.29    0  380208   VA     1     3    70     17  11.67-   160  10.63
  5. Gail Walker                  25.09    0  380197   VA     0     4    66     21  11.97-   160  13.13

30 D Mix    Saturday, Sep 23 2006  9:00 AM

Pos     Name                    Entry Avg Hcp  Card#   St   Won   Lost  Pts   Rgrs  OvrAvg    Sh    R%
  1. Jessicca Matsko              10.00    0  380299   VA     3     0    67     22  14.44     90  24.44
  2. Sonya McDowell               21.45    0  380111   VA     2     1    40     16   5.13-    98  16.33
  3. Rachel Cowan                 14.06    0  380023   VA     1     2    43     12   1.82-    98  12.24
  4. Norma Venavage               19.05    0  380082   VA     0     3    40     12   5.72-    90  13.33

30 E Mix    Saturday, Sep 23 2006  9:00 AM

Pos     Name                    Entry Avg Hcp  Card#   St   Won   Lost  Pts   Rgrs  OvrAvg    Sh    R%
  1. Tyler Whetzel                 1.56    0  380581   VA     3     0    55     13  20.10     60  21.67
  2. Elizabeth Vannoy              2.78    0  380514   VA     0     3    15      4   3.88     60   6.67

A Class 40 Men    Saturday, Sep 23 2006  9:00 AM

Pos     Name                    Entry Avg Hcp  Card#   St   Won   Lost  Pts   Rgrs  OvrAvg    Sh    R%
  1. Hearl Kelly                  66.39    0  380238   VA     7     0   211    153   2.64-   240  63.75
  2. Ronald Walker                70.86    0  380236   VA     5     2   177    155   6.28-   240  64.58
  3. Paul Arnold                  53.26    0  380418   VA     5     2   142    122   2.43-   240  50.83
  4. Ricky L Hall                 66.08    0  380121   VA     4     3   146    122  15.25-   240  50.83
  5. Jackie Whetzel               62.55    0  380017   VA     3     4   155    149   0.47-   240  62.08
  6. Edward Thompson              53.93    0  380193   VA     2     5   137    118   4.77-   240  49.17
  7. Jerry Colyer                 53.43    0  380288   VA     2     5   123    107   8.85-   240  44.58
  8. Nathan H Davis               53.64    0  380040   VA     0     0     0      0   0.00      0   0.00

B Class 40 Men    Saturday, Sep 23 2006  9:00 AM

Pos     Name                    Entry Avg Hcp  Card#   St   Won   Lost  Pts   Rgrs  OvrAvg    Sh    R%
  1. Jessie Johnson Jr            50.36    0  380232   VA     6     1   182    119   0.78-   240  49.58
  2. Randy Rickard                45.98    0  380075   VA     4     3   165    101   3.90-   240  42.08
  3. Kenneth P Henson             49.77    0  380426   VA     3     4   164    109   4.36-   240  45.42
  4. Horace L Phillips            45.68    0  380050   VA     3     4   139     99   4.43-   240  41.25
  5. Richard Brown                51.22    0  380370   VA     0     0     0      0   0.00      0   0.00

C Class 40 Men    Saturday, Sep 23 2006  9:00 AM

Pos     Name                    Entry Avg Hcp  Card#   St   Won   Lost  Pts   Rgrs  OvrAvg    Sh    R%
  1. James R Hartman              38.33    0  380471   VA     5     0   143     81   2.17    200  40.50
  2. Terry Figgins                39.66    0  380039   VA     3     2   174     82   1.34    200  41.00
  3. David Cowan                  42.47    0  380240   VA     3     2   156     82   1.47-   200  41.00
  4. Ray P Barb                   42.69    0  380061   VA     3     2   159     75   5.19-   200  37.50
  5. David H Moser                39.92    0  380012   VA     1     4    83     36  21.92-   200  18.00
  6. Douglas M Tharp              38.15    0  380106   VA     0     5    89     49  13.65-   200  24.50

D Class 40 Men    Saturday, Sep 23 2006  9:00 AM

Pos     Name                    Entry Avg Hcp  Card#   St   Won   Lost  Pts   Rgrs  OvrAvg    Sh    R%
  1. WL Doss                      33.00    0  380118   VA   4.5   0.5   166     58   4.00-   200  29.00
  2. William Hartless             37.22    0  380246   VA   3.5   1.5   138     65   4.72-   200  32.50
  3. Charles Edmonds              37.29    0  380147   VA     2     3   127     54  10.29-   200  27.00
  4. Kirk A Adams                 31.92    0  380093   VA     2     3   134     53   5.42-   200  26.50
  5. GW Dickinson Jr              32.64    0  380150   VA     2     3   120     53   6.14-   200  26.50
  6. Tony Graves                  35.42    0  380203   VA     1     4   140     73   1.08    200  36.50

E Class 40 Men    Saturday, Sep 23 2006  2:00 PM

Pos     Name                    Entry Avg Hcp  Card#   St   Won   Lost  Pts   Rgrs  OvrAvg    Sh    R%
  1. Cyril Coleman                28.92    0  380353   VA     7     1   249     98   6.08    280  35.00
  2. Ronney lee                   29.82    0  380577   VA     6     2   234     87   1.25    280  31.07
  3. Jack W Abrams                27.38    0  380243   VA     5     2   189     66   3.81-   280  23.57
  4. Tyree Jefferson              28.57    0  380258   VA     4     3   164     61   6.79-   280  21.79
  5. Sherwood Brown               27.83    0  380414   VA     3     4   176     64   4.98-   280  22.86
  6. Ike McFarland                29.34    0  380104   VA     2     5   147     61   7.56-   280  21.79
  7. Richard FC Owens             28.44    0  380352   VA     2     5   124     59   7.37-   280  21.07
  8. Robert J Snowden             27.18    0  380425   VA     0     7   112     42  12.18-   280  15.00

F Class 40 Men    Saturday, Sep 23 2006  2:00 PM

Pos     Name                    Entry Avg Hcp  Card#   St   Won   Lost  Pts   Rgrs  OvrAvg    Sh    R%
  1. George Zahorchak             27.12    0  380319   VA     4     1   132     53   0.62-   200  26.50
  2. Floyd Hix Jr                 25.31    0  380107   VA     3     2   133     40   5.31-   200  20.00
  3. Thomas A Bunting             26.44    0  380451   VA     2     2    89     36   3.94-   160  22.50
  4. John Cummings                25.05    0  380392   VA   1.5   2.5    84     40   0.05-   160  25.00
  5. Elden Vannoy Jr              23.97    0  380313   VA   0.5   3.5    66     25   8.35-   160  15.63

G Class 40 Men    Saturday, Sep 23 2006  2:00 PM

Pos     Name                    Entry Avg Hcp  Card#   St   Won   Lost  Pts   Rgrs  OvrAvg    Sh    R%
  1. Bill Maitland                21.04    0  380202   VA     5     0   160     63  10.46    200  31.50
  2. Tony Webb                    20.65    0  380207   VA     3     2   126     54   6.35    200  27.00
  3. John R Ham                   23.90    0  380271   VA     2     3   111     42   2.90-   200  21.00
  4. Jim Walls                    22.60    0  380410   VA     2     3    98     34   5.60-   200  17.00
  5. Michael G Dodson             21.04    0  380427   VA     2     3    95     30   6.04-   200  15.00
  6. Thomas Banks                 21.30    0  380316   VA     1     4    69     29   6.80-   200  14.50

H Class 40 Men    Saturday, Sep 23 2006  2:00 PM

Pos     Name                    Entry Avg Hcp  Card#   St   Won   Lost  Pts   Rgrs  OvrAvg    Sh    R%
  1. Scott Fencil                 16.28    0  380154   VA     6     1   203     60   5.14    280  21.43
  2. Jeremi Skillman              19.77    0  380063   VA     5     2   179     64   3.08    280  22.86
  3. Edward J Jordan Sr           18.44    0  380562   VA     4     2   144     42   0.94-   240  17.50
  4. Kevin C Snelgrove            16.87    0  380141   VA     2     4   118     34   2.71-   240  14.17
  5. Terry Sparks                 13.46    0  380375   VA     2     4   109     20   5.13-   240   8.33
  6. Kenneth W Sorrells            5.86    0  380068   VA     2     4    62     12   0.86-   240   5.00
  7. Chris Moore                   7.66    0  380049   VA     1     5    79     24   2.34    240  10.00

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