Barnes Sets Past Disappointments Aside, Focuses on Winning the Richest Prize in PBA History

by Bill Vint January 13, 2011 12:33

LAS VEGAS, Nev. – Chris Barnes of Double Oak, Texas, was the second-biggest story in the 2010 Professional Bowlers Association Tournament of Champions. As the leading qualifier and odds-on favorite heading into the title match at Red Rock Lanes in Las Vegas, Barnes found himself on the losing end of a 265-195 thrashing administered by Kelly Kulick of Union, N.J.

Not only did Barnes become the first male in PBA Tour history to lose a title to a woman, but it was the second time he had a Tournament of Champions title snatched out of his hands. In 2008 – also at Red Rock – Barnes saw a 52-pin lead disappear as Michael Haugen Jr. of Carefree, Ariz., rallied to win, 215-214.

Despite the disappointments, Barnes is a glass-half-full guy. He’d rather focus on 2006, when he did win the Tournament of Champions, defeating Steve Jaros of Yorkville, Ill., 234-227, at Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville, Conn. And on his plan to be back on the PBA’s largest stage on Saturday, Jan. 22, when the PBA and the Tournament of Champions returns to ABC for the first time in 14 years to decide the winner of the $250,000 first prize – the richest in PBA history. The live telecast of the TOC finals begins at 2:30 p.m. Eastern/11:30 a.m. Pacific.

“I’m looking forward to the TOC,” the 40-year-old Barnes said. “I think my worst finish ever at Red Rock is sixth place. It’s our biggest tournament. I’m looking forward to bowling for the richest prize in our sport.

“I don’t have the pressure of defending a title or anything like that,” he said. “Losing last year caused no more pain than any of the other times I’ve lost. I don’t like losing, period, whether it’s to Kelly, my wife Lynda, my friend Mika (Koivuniemi) or Bill O’Neill, or anyone else. You want to win, even though there are some times where you feel like you gave a title away on the last day.

“Looking back to last year, I didn’t make the right adjustments,” Barnes said, “but as long as I keep getting to the TV shows and giving myself opportunities, things will eventually even out. It just happens that I have a couple of Tournament of Champions moments that are ready to be evened out.”

Barnes’ critics are quick to point out his television record. He owns 12 titles, but he has finished second 22 times. His critics would note that means 22 loses; Barnes would note that means he’s reached the title match 34 times. He owns two majors, including the 2005 U.S. Open and his 2006 TOC title; he was PBA Player of the Year in 2007-08, and he proved he can win big money when he won back-to-back $200,000 winner-take-all prizes in the 2006 and 2007 Motel 6 Roll to Riches special events.

Barnes will make his final tune-up appearance prior to the Tournament of Champions on Saturday night as the No. 4 qualifier in the PBA World Championship finals which will air on ESPN2 starting at 8:30 p.m. Eastern/5:30 p.m. Pacific from South Point Bowling Center on the south side of Las Vegas. Barnes has a shot at the $50,000 first prize and the title he needs to complete the PBA Triple Crown if he can win Saturday night and advancing to Sunday’s World Championship finals, where he would need to win three more matches.

Following the PBA World Championship finals at 1 p.m. Eastern/10 a.m. Pacific Sunday on ESPN, all of the attention shifts to the northwest side of Las Vegas and Red Rock Lanes where the Tournament of Champions will be getting underway.

“The TOC is the tournament I’ve always liked. I like what it stands for. It’s all about champions,” he added. “I remember in 2009, when the PBA celebrated its 50th anniversary, I got to cross with Nelson Burton Jr. during qualifying and I sat next to (PBA Hall of Famer) Harry Smith at the hall of fame dinner.

“It’s a very special event, the highlight of my year.”

Whether Barnes will be among the top four competing for the record $250,000 first prize on ABC on remains to be seen. Tune in on Saturday, Jan. 22, at 2:30 p.m. Eastern/11:30 a.m. Pacific to find out.

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PBA Tournament of Champions Re-visited: George Pappas Wins in 1979

by Jerry Schneider January 13, 2011 03:55

(Editor’s Note: A sports tradition will return to network television when the finals of the record $1 million PBA Tournament of Champions will air live Saturday, Jan. 22, on ABC at 2:30 p.m. Eastern from Red Rock Lanes in Las Vegas.

Some of the most historic moments in professional bowling, took place in PBA’s signature event. PBA is providing a look back at some of these great moments through re-release of tournament results as they were written by PBA’s media relations staff at the conclusion of the event.

Below is a trip back in time as we re-visit the 1979 Tournament of Champions won by George Pappas).

$150,000 FIRESTONE TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS

Riviera Lanes, Akron, Ohio, Apr 18-21, 1979

1979 Firestone - Pappas Pockets $30,000

George Pappas captured the biggest PBA crown of his career as he completed a rare wire-to-wire victory over Dick Ritger in the 15th annual Firestone Tournament of Champions, awarding him the prestigious white jacket that goes to all winners of professional bowling's richest event.

Rolling 268 in the opening game of the tournament, Pappas, a 5-9, 135 lb. righthander from Charlotte, N.C., assumed the lead in the first round and led after every round throughout the 48-game event leading to the TV finals.

Pappas averaged 223 while his closest pursuer, PBA Hall of Famer Ritger, who was never lower than third in the tournament, qualified at a 218 pace.

Twenty-time champion Ritger advanced to the final game by defeating Jeff Mattingly after Mattingly had beaten Steve Neff. Neff had opened the TV finals with a tight, 190-187, decision over local favorite Tommy Hudson.

In the championship match, Pappas took an early lead with a pair of doubles but allowed his opponent to pull within nine pins by missing a six-pin in the sixth frame. However, Pappas regained his timing with three straight strikes and spared in the 10th frame to lock out Ritger.

It was Ritger's second runner up finish in the Firestone Tournament of Champions, the first coming in a memorable 1970 title game loss to Don Johnson by a score of 299-268.

For Pappas, a 10-year tour regular who has ranked among the PBA's top 25 money winners in each of those years, it was his sixth title and his first major championship. And for the 32-year-old Southerner, victory was all the sweeter knowing that very soon he was going to be a father for the first time.

"Realizing that now I'll have three people to support really pumped me up," explained George, $30,000 check in hand. "Especially since I hadn't been having a good Winter Tour prior to this tournament."

Ritger earned $17,000 for second, Mattingly $10,000 for third, Neff, in his second appearance in a Firestone T of C finals, made $7,500 for fourth, and Hudson $5,000 for fifth.

TELEVISED FINALS

Pos. Name, City/State Total Amount

1, George Pappas, Charlotte, N.C., 224 (1 game), $30,000

2, Dick Ritger, River Falls, Wis., 423 (2 games), 17,000

3, Jeff Mattingly, Tacoma, Wash., 359 (2 games), 10,000

4, Steve Neff, Sarasota, Fla. ,323 (2 games), 7,500

5, Tommy Hudson, Akron, Ohio, 187 (1 game), 5,000

PLAYOFF RESULTS: Neff defeated Hudson, 190-187; Mattingly defeated Neff, 202-133; Ritger defeatedMattingly, 228-157; and in the championship game Pappas defeated Ritger, 224-195.

48-GAME TOTALS

Name, City Pins Avg WLT + Tot Amt

1, George Pappas, Charlotte, N.C. , 10,729, 13-9-2, 420, 11,149

2, Dick Ritger, River Falls, Wis., 10,495, 15-8-1, 465, 10,960

#3, Jeff Mattingly, Tacoma, Wash., 10,449, 14-10-0, 420, 10,869

4, Tommy Hudson, Akron, Ohio, 10,532, 11-13-0, 330, 10,862

5, Steve Neff, Sarasota, Fla., 10,388, 15-9-0, 450, 10,838

**6, Wayne Zahn, Tempe, Ariz. , 10,219, 17-7-0, 510, 10,729, $4,000

7, Nelson Burton, Jr., St. Louis, 10,136, 18-5-1, 555, 10,691, 3,350

Guppy Troup, Columbia, S.C. , 10,301, 13-11-0, 390, 10,691, 3,350

9, Steve Martin, Kingsport, Tenn. , 10,270, 14-10-0, 420, 10,690, 3,000

10, Gary Dickinson, Ft. Worth, 10,345, 8-16-0, 240, 10,585, 2,900

11, Johnny Petraglia, Staten Island, N.Y., 10,161, 14-10-0, 420, 10,581, 2,800

12, Mike Durbin, Chagrin Falls, Ohio, 10,166, 13-11-0, 390, 10,556, 2,700

13, Bill Beach, Sharon, Pa., 10,179, 12-12-0, 360, 10,539, 2,600

14, Dave Soutar, Kansas City, 10,075, 14-10-0, 420, 10,495, 2,500

15, Mark Roth, N. Arlington, N.J., 10,218, 8-15-1, 255, 10,473, 2,400

16, Steve Jones, Kerrville, Texas, 10,103, 12-12-0, 360, 10,463, 2,300

17, Dave Davis, Hackensack, N.J. , 10,072, 9-15-0, 270, 10,342, 2,200

18, Dick Weber, St. Louis, 10,027, 9-15-0, 270, 10,297, 2,200

19, Louie Moore, Indianapolis, Ind., 9,915, 12-12-0, 360, 10,275, 2,000

20, Jim Godman, Lorain, Ohio, 9,930, 10-14-0, 300, 10,230, 1,900

21, Joe Berardi, Pearl River, N.Y. , 9,890, 8-15-1, 255, 10,145, 1,800

22, Bill Spigner, Hamden, Conn. , 9,845, 9-15-0, 270, 10,115, 1,700

23, Larry Laub, Santa Rosa, Calif., 9,776, 7-17-0, 210, 9,986, 1,600

+24, Jay Robinson, Van Nuys, Calif., 9,624, 10-14-0, 300, 9,798, 1,463

24-GAME TOTALS

Pos. Name, City/State Amount

+25, Fred Conner, Mar Vista, Calif., $1,438

*26, Butch Soper, Whittier, Calif., 1,380

27, Carmen Salvino, Chicago, Ill., 1,350

28, Warren Nelson, Downey, Calif., 1,350

29, Wayne Webb, Rehoboth, Mass., 1,300

30, Kevin Gannon, Long Beach, Calif., 1,300

31, Jimmy Certain, Huntsville, Ala., 1,300

32, Marshall Holman, Medford, Ore., 1,300

33, Fred Jaskie, Greendale, Wis., 1,250

34, Paul Moser, Somerset, Mass., 1,250

35, John Guenther, Seattle, Wash. , 1,250

36, Paul Colwell, Tucson, Ariz., 1,250

37, Emmett Shutes, State College, Pa., 1,200

38, Steve Westberg, Cottage Grove, Ore. , 1,200

39, Matt Surina, Longview, Wash., 1,200

40, Earl Anthony, Kent, Wash., 1,200

41, Mike Berlin, Muscatine, Iowa, 1,150

42, Ed Ressler, Bethlehem, Pa. , 1,150

43, Cliff McNealy, San Lorenzo, Calif., 1,150

44, Roy Buckley, Columbus, Ohio, 1,150

45, Jim Stefanich, Joliet, Ill., 1,100

46, Frank Ellenburg, Mesa, Ariz., 1,100

47, Curt Schmidt, Ft. Wayne, Ind., 1,075

48, Wayne Chester, San Mateo, Calif., 1,050

49, Don McCune, Munster, Ind., 1,050

50, Don Johnson, Las Vegas, 1,000

51, Steve Cook, Roseville, Calif. , 1,000

52, Randy Lightfoot, St. Charles, Mo., 1,000

*Alternate. ** - TV Alternate. 24-game qualifying leader - Pappas, 5,414. 24th place - Berardi, 5,002. # Jeff Mattingly rolled a perfect game. PRO-AM CASHERS - Fred Conner (2), Earl Anthony, Dick Ritger. BONUS AWARDS - High Game ($250) - Wayne Webb, Johnny Petraglia, Steve Martin, Bill Spigner and Jeff Mattingly. ($125) Louie Moore and Dick Weber, High Block ($500) - George Pappas, Steve Neff, Johnny Petraglia, Steve Martin, Tommy Hudson and Jeff Mattingly. + - Robinson replaced Conner in match play after 32 games when Conner withdrew due to illness. Robinson was penalized 126 pins, and they shared 24th and 25th place money. Robinson received $25 for saving as alternate for one round, and Butch Soper received $50 as the new alternate.

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PBA Spare Shots: “Live at PBA World Championship” Show Added to Saturday’s ESPN2 Lineup

by Bill Vint January 12, 2011 06:35

A new live 30-minute “pre-game” show, “Live at the PBA World Championship,” has been added to Saturday’s ESPN2 lineup, expanding the unique three-day coverage of the PBA World Championship from South Point Bowling Center in Las Vegas to 90 minutes. The bonus coverage will begin at 8:30 p.m. Eastern/5:30 p.m. Pacific on ESPN2.

The newly-added coverage will include a recap of Friday night’s first two PBA World Championship matches involving Jason Belmonte, Wes Malott and Michael Haugen Jr. It will take a fresh look at the updated World Championship stepladder featuring interviews with Saturday’s competitors (Mika Koivuniemi and Chris Barnes); a “Lumber Liquidators Know the Wood” analysis of the Viper oil pattern being used in the PBA World Championship finals; a preview of Sunday’s finalists (Osku Palermaa, Sean Rash and Bill O’Neill), interviews with Saturday’s players’ ball reps during practice; a PBA Tournament of Champions preview, a “One a Day Question” from a fan and more.

NEW ONLINE GAME ALLOWS FANS TO “WAGER” ON PBA TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS

Who do you think is going to win the $1 million PBA Tournament of Champions?

Would you like to bet $250,000 – in play money – to find out if you’re right?

PBA fans can add to the excitement of the 2011 PBA Tournament of Champions by playing a new online betting game (http://www.betwps.com/main/betting.cfm?game_key=GAME177297) where you can wager play money on the players you think will “win, place or show” in the Tournament of Champions. And it’s free.

Here’s how to play:

1) Click on the link above (or visit betwps.com and enter Game 177297 in the Game Access Key Code box). Each player will start the game with $250,000 in play money.

2) You start at the “tote board” where you can see how much money has been wagered on each competitor and the calculated odds based on those wagers.

3) Click on the “betting window” tab to make bets. Use the drop-down menu to access the list of players entered, and the second drop-down menu to select the type of bet (win, place or show – meaning first, second or third place). Then use the next box to enter your wager. On this page you will need to provide a bettor name and an e-mail address.

4) Go to the “payouts” tab to calculate how much play money you can win based upon your choices.

5) The game is just for fun. No money will change hands.

The final results will be posted at the conclusion of the live ABC telecast of the Tournament of Champions finals on Saturday, Jan. 22, starting at 2:30 p.m. Eastern/10:30 a.m. Pacific.

INJURY FORCES TWO-TIME TOC WINNER MARK WILLIAMS OUT OF TOURNAMENT

Two-time PBA Tournament of Champions winner Mark Williams of Beaumont, Texas, has aggravated a pulled muscle in his leg and won’t be able to bowl in the 2011 Tournament of Champions after all.

“I was looking forward to it,” the PBA Hall of Famer said, “but I tried to bowl in a doubles tournament over the weekend and couldn’t do it. It’s the same problem I had last year in the Senior Masters. It doesn’t prevent me from bowling, but I’m losing two or three miles per hour in ball speed. I can’t bowl in the TOC if I’m giving that much away.

“I hate to not go, but I’ve gotta be at 130 percent in order to compete with those guys.”

11 “TQR” SPOTS AVAILABLE FOR EARL ANTHONY MEMORIAL IN DUBLIN

Eleven berths into the Round of 64 for the One A Day Earl Anthony Memorial will be decided during the seven-game Tour Qualifying Round at 9 a.m. (Pacific) on Wednesday, Jan. 26, at Earl Anthony’s Dublin Bowl in Dublin, Calif.

The TQR qualifiers will join the 52-player Lumber Liquidators PBA Tour exempt field and Wayne Garber of Modesto, Calif., who has been awarded a Commissioner’s Exemption for the event, to complete the 64-player field. All 64 will bowl two seven-game qualifying rounds on Jan. 27. The top 32 will advance to a nine-game head-to-head match play round at 11 a.m. on Jan. 28 and the top 16 will then bowl a second nine-game match play round at 6 p.m. on Jan. 28.

The top four players will then advance to the stepladder finals which will air live on ESPN2 on Sunday, Jan. 30, at 2 p.m. Eastern (11 a.m. Pacific).

The entry fee for non-exempt PBA members is $300 and $325 for non-members. Entry forms can be found on pba.com under the “schedule” tab.

Anthony LaCaze of Melrose Park, Ill., won the 2010 Earl Anthony Memorial on his way to being selected as 2009-10 PBA Rookie of the Year.

BARNES, KOIVUNIEMI PLAN ANOTHER FRIENDLY WAGER

The next time they bowl against each other on television, Chris Barnes of Double Oak, Texas, and Mika Koivuniemi of Hartland, Mich. – close friends and PBA Tour roommates – are planning a new side bet.

Their colorful Madras pants wager a couple of years ago attracted considerable attention, especially when Koivuniemi lost to Barnes in the 2009 Don Johnson Buckeye State Elimination and had to wear the “designer” slacks when he bowled in the 2010 PBA Tournament of Champions finals.

The next time they meet – which could be in the PBA World Championship finals Saturday (live on ESPN2 at 9 p.m. Eastern/6 p.m. Pacific - the loser will have to wear a bowling shirt designed by the other guy the next time he makes a TV show.

“There won’t be any pleasure in wearing whatever Mika might design,” Barnes said. “He’s more than ready to get even. If there’s any extra motivation needed for me to win (the PBA World Championship), it’s not wearing whatever he designs.”

“I know Chris is having bad dreams about it because he knows it’s my time to win the bet,” Koivuniemi laughed.

Koivuniemi is the No. 5 qualifier for the PBA World Championship stepladder finals and Barnes is No. 4.

KOIVUNIEMI TOPS RASH TO WIN BRUNSWICK BALLMASTER OPEN IN FINLAND

Native Finn Mika Koivuniemi defeated top qualifier Sean Rash of Montgomery, Ill., 236-191, to win the 41st Brunswick Ballmaster Open at Tali Bowling Center in Helsinki, Finland, Sunday. It was Koivuniemi’s fifth European Bowling Tour title and the third time he has won the Ballmaster Open.

Koivuniemi, who won 12,000 Euros, defeated fellow Finn Kimmo Lehtonen, 235-224, and Paul Moor of England, 279-196, to advance to the title match.

Chris Barnes of Double Oak, Texas, finished fifth; Finland’s two-handed star Osku Palermaa finished seventh, and Ronnie Russell of Indianapolis finished eighth.

PARKS WINS JOINT SENIOR REGIONAL TITLE IN ILLINOIS

Kenny Parks of Hammond, Ind., defeated Harry Sullins of Chesterfield Twp., Mich., by 30 pins to win the Professional Bowlers Association Midwest/Central Region’s joint T-Byrd Lanes Senior Open at T-Byrd Lanes in Rochelle, Ill., on Jan. 9.

Parks finished the first PBA Regional event of the new year with an 8-4 match play record and a total of 4,579 pins for 20 games, including match play bonus pins. Sullins was 8-4 in match play and finished with 4,549 pins. It was Parks’ second Senior Regional win of the 2010-11 season and the fourth of his career. He earned $1,500 along with his title.

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Media Advisory: PBA World Championship Begins Friday Live on ESPN2; Bonus Coverage Added

by Bill Vint January 12, 2011 03:20

The PBA World Championship will conclude with a first-ever three-day live television event featuring the eight top qualifiers after 60 games of PBA World Series of Bowling competition. The eight-player stepladder final includes two live matches each on Friday and Saturday on ESPN2 followed by the live championship round with three matches live on ESPN on Sunday.

NEW: “Live at the PBA World Championship,” 30 minutes of bonus coverage, has been added to Saturday night’s schedule on ESPN2, expanding Saturday’s programming to 90 minutes starting at 8:30 p.m. Eastern/5:30 p.m. Pacific.

FRIDAY, JAN. 14, 5 P.M. EASTERN/2 P.M. PACIFIC LIVE ON ESPN2
Match 1:
No. 8 Jason Belmonte, Australia, vs. No. 7 Wes Malott, Pflugerville, Texas (loser earns $8,000)
Match 2:
No. 6 Michael Haugen Jr., Carefree, Ariz., vs. winner of Match 1 (loser earns $9,000)

SATURDAY, JAN. 15, 8:30 P.M. EASTERN/5:30 P.M. PACIFIC LIVE ON ESPN2
Lead in: 30-minute “Live at the PBA World Championship” bonus coverage of Friday’s competition and preview of upcoming matches
Match 3:
No. 5 Mika Koivuniemi, Hartland, Mich., vs. winner of Match 2 (loser earns $10,000)
Match 4:
No. 4 Chris Barnes, Double Oak, Texas, vs. winner of Match 3 (loser earns $11,000)

SUNDAY, JAN. 16, 1 P.M. EASTERN/10 A.M. PACIFIC LIVE ON ESPN
Match 5:
No. 3 Osku Palermaa, Finland, vs. winner of Match 4 (loser earns $12,000)
Semifinal Match:
No. 2 Sean Rash, Montgomery, Ill., vs. winner of Match 5 (loser earns $14,000)
Championship Match
No. 1 Bill O’Neill, Southampton, Pa., vs. winner of Semifinal Match (winner earns $50,000, loser earns $25,000)

● International two-handed stars Belmonte and Palermaa will compete against five of the best “traditional” one-handed bowlers in the world. Belmonte needs to win four consecutive matches for a chance to avenge his 182-176 loss to Palermaa in the GEICO Shark Championship.

● Belmonte qualified for the World Championship finals by advancing from 115th place after the first 24 games of qualifying, finishing fourth in the fifth and final (Shark) round to edge Ronnie Russell of Camby, Ind., for the eighth stepladder position.

● Belmonte won his only PBA Tour title in the 2009 Bowling Foundation Long Island Classic and went on to win 2008-09 PBA Rookie of the Year honors.

● Malott (2008-09), Koivuniemi (2003-04) and Barnes (2007-08) are former PBA Players of the Year; none of the three won a title during the 2009-10 season.

● Malott will be trying for his seventh Tour title and first since the 2009 Etonic Marathon Open.

● Haugen will be trying for his third PBA Tour title and first since the 2008 PBA Tournament of Champions.

● Koivuniemi is trying for his ninth PBA Tour title and first since the 2008 DyDo Japan Cup.

● Barnes needs to win the PBA World Championship to complete the PBA Triple Crown. He previously won the 2005 U.S. Open and the 2006 PBA Tournament of Champions.

• Barnes will be trying for his 13th Tour title and first since the 2009 GoRving Match Play Championship.

● Palermaa won his first Lumber Liquidators PBA Tour title in the GEICO Shark Championship, defeating Canada’s Dan MacLelland, 173-149, in the championship match.

● Rash will be trying for his fifth PBA Tour title and first since the 2007 USBC Masters in Milwaukee’s Miller Park.

● The PBA World Championship finals will be conducted on the PBA Viper lane conditioning pattern, selected by O’Neill as the top qualifier. O’Neill won the Pepsi Viper Championship as part of the PBA World Series of Bowling for his third PBA Tour title.

● O’Neill also is trying for his second major title. He won his first in the 2010 U.S. Open in Indianapolis.

How they qualified: PBA World Championship qualifying standings were based on 60 games including 12 games each on five different PBA lane conditions during the PBA World Series of Bowling.
1, O’Neill, 13,606 pins (226.76 average).
2, Rash, 13,563 (226.05).
3, Palermaa, 13,544 (225.73).
4, Barnes, 13,506 (225.10).
5, Koivuniemi, 13,496 (224.93).
6, Haugen, 13,425 (223.75).
7, Malott, 13,408 (223.46).
8, Belmonte, 13,405 (223.41).

Additional PBA Tour coverage may be accessed by visiting pba.com and its Xtra Frame subscription video service.

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PBA Midwest Region Senior Leaders Through January 11, 2011

by Rich Weber January 11, 2011 05:56
Senior Points (4/1/2010 - 3/31/2011)
Pos. Name - Hometown                       #Events  Points
  1. Sullins, Harry - Chesterfield Twp.,  Mich.  7 116,933
  2. Parks, Kenny - Hammond, Ind.                7 100,385
  3. Traber, Dale - Cedarburg, Wis.              6  85,711
  4. Mefford, Barry - Aurora, Ill                6  70,049
  5. Lineberry, Marc - Camanche, Iowa            7  67,203
  6. Mineman, Mike - St Louis                    4  54,043
  7. Johnson, Bobby L - Chillicothe, Ohio        3  43,493
  8. Deloney, John R. (ss) - Troy, Ill.          6  43,120
  9. Jabczenski, Mitchell - Novi, Mich.          4  37,963
 10. Schuette, Chuck - Bettendorf, Iowa          4  37,560
 11. Moros, Phillip W. - Lombard, Ill.           5  36,195
 12. Csuhta, Dale - Wadsworth, Ohio              4  36,083
 13. Zicha, Michael - Streamwood, Ill.           4  35,965
 14. Knoblauch, James - Waukesa, Wis.            3  34,083
 15. Snell, Brad - Mount Prospect, Ill.          6  33,528
 16. Brady, Bob - Santa Monica, Calif.           3  32,357
 17. Bergan, Steve - Belleville, Ill.            4  31,582
 18. Truitt, Michael (ss) - Orland Park, Ill.    5  31,221
 19. Gerard, Paul - Cincinnati                   2  28,386
 20. Patchen, Dave - Oregon, Ohio                4  27,185
 21. King, Patrick - Yankton, S.D.               2  27,016
 22. Axon, David - Bellevue, Neb.                3  26,495
 23. Johnson, Jimmy J - Omaha, Neb.              3  26,265
 24. Profitt, Ron - Brookville, Ohio             4  23,433
 25. Doane, David - Buffalo, Iowa                2  23,300
 26. Brenner, James (ss) - LeClaire, Iowa        3  23,185
 27. Traber, Darryl - Waterford, Wis.            3  23,012
 28. Pallas, Harv (ss) - Stevensville, Mich.     5  22,683
 29. Garr, Ron (ss) - Ridgedale, Mo.             4  22,585
 30. Hiday, Gary J. (ss) - Indianapolis          2  22,449
 31. Harvey, Robert - Boise, Idaho               1  21,714
 32. Carter, Tom - Rockford, Ill.                3  21,648
 33. Kauble, Timothy W. (ss) - Marion, Ohio      4  18,931
 34. Hunt, Richard L. (ss) - Valparaiso, Ind.    4  18,412
 35. Soutar, Dave (ss) - Bradenton, Fla.         2  17,918
 36. McDonald, Robert E. (ss) - Addison, Ill.    2  17,764
 37. Weese, Douglas - Carson City, Mich.         5  17,507
 38. Buckley, Roy (ss) - Westerville, Ohio       2  17,500
 39. Chapman, John - Canada                      1  17,332
 40. Holman, Bennie - Decatur, Ill               3  16,542
 41. Kelly, Bob - Dayton, Ohio                   3  16,082
 42. Miner, Daniel G. (ss) - East Moline, Ill.   4  16,031
 43. Aemisegger, Curtis - Wauconda, Ill.         4  15,566
 44. Murray, Lance L - Bourbonnais, Ill.         3  15,537
 45. Zaffino, Jeff - Warren, Pa.                 2  15,398
 46. Miller, Brian - Springfield, Ohio           4  15,322
 47. Metzner, Terry - Kentwood, Mich.            4  14,924
 48. Johnson, Ray (ss) - Battle Creek, Mich.     4  14,846
 49. Idzior, Bill (ss) - Crown Point, Ind.       3  14,511
 50. Tignor, George - Winchendon, Mass.          1  14,143
 51. Meskan, Allen W. (ss) - Addison, Ill.       6  14,116
 52. Diamond, Dale J. (ss) - Springfield, Ill.   2  13,564
 53. Harrison, Hubert (ss) - Middletown, Ind.    4  13,561
 54. Camerano, Michael F. - Brookfield, Ill.     2  13,355
 55. Holzbauer, Robert A. - Madison, Wis.        2  13,282
 56. Mielens, Paul - Menomonie, Wis.             4  13,012
 57. Michael, Rod - Florissant, Mo.              4  11,929
 58. Rosen, Davey - Northbrook, Ill.             2  11,758
 59. Mackey, Jeff - Mexico, Mo.                  4  11,549
 60. Trumbull, Harley (ss) - New Boston, Mich.   2  11,447
 61. Cariello, Anthony - Carol Stream, Ill.      3  11,446
 62. Mora Sr., Emilio (ss) - Defiance, Ohio      3  11,420
 63. McCorkle, Bill - Westerville, Ohio          2  11,420
 64. Stewart, Lionel W. - Anderson, Ind.         4  11,419
 65. Knopp, Peter - Germany                      1  11,054
 66. Pullin, Mike - Rochelle, Ill.               1  11,054
 67. Bremer, Dennis - Stoughton, Wis             4  10,741
 68. Chrzanowski, Michael - Shepherd, Mich.      3  10,715
 69. Jansson, Steven - Barnes, Wisc              1  10,397
 70. Gran, Dick - Hartville, Ohio                1   9,822
 71. Morano, Jerry M. - Lombard, Ill.            1   9,822
 72. Dickinson, Gary (ss) - Edmond, Okla.        2   9,768
 73. Zacharias, Larry (ss) - Bolingbrook, Ill.   3   9,558
 74. Kicmal, Robert C. - LaGrange, Ill.          3   9,516
 75. Flinchbaugh, Mike - Marion, Ohio            1   9,314
 76. Grandt, Larry (ss) - Gurnee, Ill.           3   9,146
 77. Witmer, Barry L. (ss) - St. Charles, Mo.    3   8,811
 78. Hall, George (ss) - Genoa, Ill.             3   8,736
 79. Scantamburlo, Leo (ss) - Riverview, Mich.   1   8,459
 80. Sharp, Keith - Orlando, Fla.                1   8,459
 81. Michalojko, Robert - Pittsburgh             1   8,459
 82. Heath Sr., Bob - Grand Junction, Iowa       2   8,067
 83. Flaws, Robert - Chicago Ridge, Ill.         2   8,023
 84. Teeters, Robert C. (ss) - Lapel, Ind.       3   7,942
 85. Nicklin, Daniel (ss) - Aviston, Ill         3   7,908
 86. Lickliter, Steve - Beckley, W Va.           1   7,767
 87. Staub, John - Cedar Rapids, Iowa            2   7,575
 88. Howison, Tom - Chillicothe, Ohio            2   7,531
 89. Heintz, Jim - St. Charles, Mo.              2   7,315
 90. Wood, Lennie - Philadelphia, Mo             3   7,226
 91. Buell, Kim G - Speedway, Ind                2   7,169
 92. Weatherman, Dennis - Coloma, Mich.          2   7,064
 93. Baer, Ted - Omaha, Neb.                     2   6,980
 94. Duskin Sr, Dan (ss) - Atlantic, Iowa        2   6,869
 95. Dudak, John - Orland Park, Ill.             1   6,668
 96. Webb, Mike - Red Oak, Iowa                  2   6,647
 97. Dilyard, Jim - Burbank, Ohio                2   6,530
 98. Hennricks, Keith - Green Bay, Wis.          2   6,516
 99. Brown, Alan R - Fort Wayne, Ind             2   6,459
100. Gustainus, Ronald (ss) - Lake Worth, Fla    1   6,395
101. Casey, Conn - Ontario                       1   5,995
102. Troup, Guppy (ss) - Taylorsville, N.C.      2   5,774
103. Moore, Mike - Marietta, Ohio                2   5,770
104. Manderson, Dave - Chicago                   2   5,569
105. Lockman, Daniel - Poynette, Wis             2   5,524
106. Marzka, Ed - Orlando, Fla.                  1   5,505
107. Vincent, Gene - Decatur, Ill.               1   5,408
108. Karl, Philip (ss) - Jackson, Ohio           2   5,378
109. Henry Jr, John - Ft Wayne, Ind              2   5,338
110. Gottschalk, Billy - Streamwood, Ill         2   5,261
111. Hale, Harry - Cedar Rapids, Iowa            2   5,157
112. Williams, Mark - Beaumont, Texas            1   5,152
113. Sockrider, Vic (ss) - Ft. Wayne, Ind.       1   5,105
114. Smith, Larry (ss) - Perrysburg, Ohio        2   4,924
115. Smith, Sidney E. (ss) - Omaha, Neb.         2   4,863
116. Kirkpatrick, Kim K. - Rockford, Ill.        2   4,855
117. Henry, Michael - Brunswick, Ohio            1   4,844
118. Heim, Pete (ss) - Omaha, Neb.               2   4,777
119. McWilliams, Charlie (ss) - Avon, Ind.       1   4,752
120. Bryan, Pete - Laurel, Del.                  1   4,705
121. Addison, Tom - LaVista, Neb.                2   4,316
122. Gonzalez, Henry - Colorado Springs, Colo.   1   4,305
123. Callari, Robert - Bloomfield, N.Y.          1   3,825
124. Andersen, Bob (ss) - Forest City, N.C.      1   3,623
125. Sell, Bill - Menasha, Wis                   1   3,357
126. Helton, Larry D (ss) - Bolingbrook, Ill.    1   3,277
127. Clausse, Dan - Sacramento, Calif.           1   3,238
128. Sanford, Jim - Painesville, Ohio            1   3,200
129. Oliva, Vincent (ss) - Orland Park, Ill.     1   3,057
130. Zamora, Mark A. - Omaha, Neb.               1   3,057
131. Taylor, Jeffrey - Madison, Wis.             1   2,926
132. Miceli, Frank - Elk Grove Vlg, Ill          1   2,865
133. Waters, Ken - Kingsport, Tenn.              1   2,865
134. Kaczmarczyk, Pete - Warren, Mich.           1   2,865
135. Blanton, Garry D - Owensboro, Ky.           1   2,806
136. Schultz, Dave - Jackson, Wis.               1   2,806
137. Michaud, Russell - Hudson, N.H.             1   2,749
138. Pierce, Bruce - Zanesville, Ohio            1   2,749
139. Spigner, Bill - Vernon Hills, Ill.          1   2,695
140. Huckelberry, Chuck (ss) - Rockford, Ill.    1   2,497
141. Shaw, Dave - Sun Prairie, Wis.              1   2,452
142. Hendrickson, Carl D. - Duluth, Minn.        1   2,452
143. Dias, Mike - Lafayette, Colo.               1   2,408
144. Jackson, John - Chicago                     1   2,366
145. Halfpap, Chuck - Arlington Heights, Ill.    1   2,286
146. Scheetz, Gregory - Scottsdale, Ariz.        1   2,248
147. Granger, Robert - Bradley, Ill              1   2,211
148. Zikes, Lyle - Arlington Heights, Ill.       1   2,211
149. Piper, Joe - Mt. Prospect, Ill.             1   2,158
150. Graybeal, Larry (ss) - Elizabethton, Tenn.  1   2,108
151. Evanoff, John (ss) - Chicago                1   2,045
152. Chalekian, John - Prospect Hts., Ill.       1   2,014
153. Warshafsky, Barry - Lowell, Mass.           1   1,955
154. Thullen, John J. - Whiteland, Ind.          1   1,798
155. Lucas, Mark - Mokena, Ill.                  1   1,774
156. Scott, James F - Villa Park, Ill            1   1,663
157. Sill, Dave - Rockledge, Fla.                1   1,583
Earnings (Beginning April 1, 2010)
Pos.  Name - Hometown                         #Events    Earnings
  1. Sullins, Harry - Chesterfield Twp.,  Mich.    7   $5,275.00
  2. Parks, Kenny - Hammond, Ind.                  7   $5,250.00
  3. Traber, Dale - Cedarburg, Wis.                6   $4,550.00
  4. Mefford, Barry - Aurora, Ill                  6   $3,500.00
  5. Johnson, Bobby L - Chillicothe, Ohio          3   $2,700.00
  6. Lineberry, Marc - Camanche, Iowa              7   $2,550.00
  7. Mineman, Mike - St Louis                      4   $2,125.00
  8. Deloney, John R. (ss) - Troy, Ill.            6   $1,800.00
  9. Brady, Bob - Santa Monica, Calif.             3   $1,775.00
 10. Jabczenski, Mitchell - Novi, Mich.            4   $1,475.00
 11. Csuhta, Dale - Wadsworth, Ohio                4   $1,400.00
 12. Zicha, Michael - Streamwood, Ill.             4   $1,400.00
 13. Gerard, Paul - Cincinnati                     2   $1,350.00
 14. Harvey, Robert - Boise, Idaho                 1   $1,250.00
 15. Bergan, Steve - Belleville, Ill.              4   $1,250.00
 16. Knoblauch, James - Waukesa, Wis.              3   $1,225.00
 17. Schuette, Chuck - Bettendorf, Iowa            4   $1,200.00
 18. Zaffino, Jeff - Warren, Pa.                   2   $1,200.00
 19. Soutar, Dave (ss) - Bradenton, Fla.           2   $1,100.00
 20. Moros, Phillip W. - Lombard, Ill.             5   $1,100.00
 21. Johnson, Jimmy J - Omaha, Neb.                3   $1,025.00
 22. Patchen, Dave - Oregon, Ohio                  4     $950.00
 23. Truitt, Michael (ss) - Orland Park, Ill.      5     $950.00
 24. Profitt, Ron - Brookville, Ohio               4     $900.00
 25. King, Patrick - Yankton, S.D.                 2     $850.00
 26. Traber, Darryl - Waterford, Wis.              3     $825.00
 27. Chapman, John - Canada                        1     $800.00
 28. Hiday, Gary J. (ss) - Indianapolis            2     $800.00
 29. Holzbauer, Robert A. - Madison, Wis.          2     $800.00
 30. Garr, Ron (ss) - Ridgedale, Mo.               4     $800.00
 31. Kauble, Timothy W. (ss) - Marion, Ohio        4     $750.00
 32. Tignor, George - Winchendon, Mass.            1     $725.00
 33. Axon, David - Bellevue, Neb.                  3     $725.00
 34. Carter, Tom - Rockford, Ill.                  3     $725.00
 35. McDonald, Robert E. (ss) - Addison, Ill.      2     $725.00
 36. Brenner, James (ss) - LeClaire, Iowa          3     $675.00
 37. Buckley, Roy (ss) - Westerville, Ohio         2     $650.00
 38. Rosen, Davey - Northbrook, Ill.               2     $550.00
 39. Knopp, Peter - Germany                        1     $550.00
 40. Kelly, Bob - Dayton, Ohio                     3     $550.00
 41. Doane, David - Buffalo, Iowa                  2     $550.00
 42. Scantamburlo, Leo (ss) - Riverview, Mich.     1     $550.00
 43. Sharp, Keith - Orlando, Fla.                  1     $550.00
 44. Idzior, Bill (ss) - Crown Point, Ind.         3     $550.00
 45. Snell, Brad - Mount Prospect, Ill.            6     $550.00
 46. Jansson, Steven - Barnes, Wisc                1     $525.00
 47. Pullin, Mike - Rochelle, Ill.                 1     $525.00
 48. Morano, Jerry M. - Lombard, Ill.              1     $525.00
 49. Gran, Dick - Hartville, Ohio                  1     $500.00
 50. Flinchbaugh, Mike - Marion, Ohio              1     $500.00
 51. Holman, Bennie - Decatur, Ill                 3     $500.00
 52. Trumbull, Harley (ss) - New Boston, Mich.     2     $500.00
 53. Pallas, Harv (ss) - Stevensville, Mich.       5     $500.00
 54. Lickliter, Steve - Beckley, W Va.             1     $500.00
 55. Michalojko, Robert - Pittsburgh               1     $500.00
 56. Camerano, Michael F. - Brookfield, Ill.       2     $500.00
 57. Johnson, Ray (ss) - Battle Creek, Mich.       4     $500.00
 58. Hunt, Richard L. (ss) - Valparaiso, Ind.      4     $500.00
 59. Murray, Lance L - Bourbonnais, Ill.           3     $500.00
 60. Diamond, Dale J. (ss) - Springfield, Ill.     2     $500.00
 61. Harrison, Hubert (ss) - Middletown, Ind.      4     $450.00
 62. Flaws, Robert - Chicago Ridge, Ill.           2     $450.00
 63. Mora Sr., Emilio (ss) - Defiance, Ohio        3     $450.00
 64. Miner, Daniel G. (ss) - East Moline, Ill.     4     $450.00
 65. Gustainus, Ronald (ss) - Lake Worth, Fla      1     $425.00
 66. Dudak, John - Orland Park, Ill.               1     $425.00
 67. Aemisegger, Curtis - Wauconda, Ill.           4     $400.00
 68. Marzka, Ed - Orlando, Fla.                    1     $400.00
 69. Williams, Mark - Beaumont, Texas              1     $400.00
 70. Henry, Michael - Brunswick, Ohio              1     $400.00
 71. Bryan, Pete - Laurel, Del.                    1     $400.00
 72. McCorkle, Bill - Westerville, Ohio            2     $400.00
 73. Cariello, Anthony - Carol Stream, Ill.        3     $400.00
 74. Sockrider, Vic (ss) - Ft. Wayne, Ind.         1     $250.00
 75. Dickinson, Gary (ss) - Edmond, Okla.          2     $250.00
 76. Duskin Sr, Dan (ss) - Atlantic, Iowa          2     $200.00
Average (Beginning April 1, 2010 - minimum 50 games)
Pos.  Name - Hometown                          #Games Average
  1. Traber, Dale - Cedarburg, Wis.               79 220.62
  2. Parks, Kenny - Hammond, Ind.                 90 217.42
  3. Sullins, Harry - Chesterfield Twp.,  Mich.  106 217.07
  4. Mineman, Mike - St Louis                     54 215.70
  5. Mefford, Barry - Aurora, Ill                 78 210.77
  6. Lineberry, Marc - Camanche, Iowa             81 208.00
  7. Schuette, Chuck - Bettendorf, Iowa           51 203.67
  8. Snell, Brad - Mount Prospect, Ill.           58 202.36
  9. Moros, Phillip W. - Lombard, Ill.            52 201.62
 10. Deloney, John R. (ss) - Troy, Ill.           67 189.60
Cashes (Beginning April 1, 2010)
Pos.  Name - Hometown                      #Cashes Events      %
  1. Sullins, Harry - Chesterfield Twp.,  Mich. 7      7 100.00
  2. Traber, Dale - Cedarburg, Wis.             5      6  83.33
  3. Parks, Kenny - Hammond, Ind.               5      7  71.43
  4. Mineman, Mike - St Louis                   4      4 100.00
  5. Mefford, Barry - Aurora, Ill               4      6  66.67
  6. Lineberry, Marc - Camanche, Iowa           4      7  57.14
  7. Johnson, Bobby L - Chillicothe, Ohio       3      3 100.00
  8. Brady, Bob - Santa Monica, Calif.          3      3 100.00
  9. Knoblauch, James - Waukesa, Wis.           3      3 100.00
 10. Schuette, Chuck - Bettendorf, Iowa         3      4  75.00
 11. Jabczenski, Mitchell - Novi, Mich.         3      4  75.00
 12. Bergan, Steve - Belleville, Ill.           3      4  75.00
 13. Gerard, Paul - Cincinnati                  2      2 100.00
 14. King, Patrick - Yankton, S.D.              2      2 100.00
 15. Trumbull, Harley (ss) - New Boston, Mich.  2      2 100.00
 16. Zaffino, Jeff - Warren, Pa.                2      2 100.00
 17. Soutar, Dave (ss) - Bradenton, Fla.        2      2 100.00
 18. Holzbauer, Robert A. - Madison, Wis.       2      2 100.00
 19. Diamond, Dale J. (ss) - Springfield, Ill.  2      2 100.00
 20. Traber, Darryl - Waterford, Wis.           2      3  66.67
 21. Axon, David - Bellevue, Neb.               2      3  66.67
 22. Johnson, Jimmy J - Omaha, Neb.             2      3  66.67
 23. Brenner, James (ss) - LeClaire, Iowa       2      3  66.67
 24. Csuhta, Dale - Wadsworth, Ohio             2      4  50.00
 25. Profitt, Ron - Brookville, Ohio            2      4  50.00
 26. Zicha, Michael - Streamwood, Ill.          2      4  50.00
 27. Kauble, Timothy W. (ss) - Marion, Ohio     2      4  50.00
 28. Johnson, Ray (ss) - Battle Creek, Mich.    2      4  50.00
 29. Miner, Daniel G. (ss) - East Moline, Ill.  2      4  50.00
 30. Garr, Ron (ss) - Ridgedale, Mo.            2      4  50.00
 31. Pallas, Harv (ss) - Stevensville, Mich.    2      5  40.00
 32. Moros, Phillip W. - Lombard, Ill.          2      5  40.00
 33. Deloney, John R. (ss) - Troy, Ill.         2      6  33.33
 34. Tignor, George - Winchendon, Mass.         1      1 100.00
 35. Gran, Dick - Hartville, Ohio               1      1 100.00
 36. Knopp, Peter - Germany                     1      1 100.00
 37. Chapman, John - Canada                     1      1 100.00
 38. Flinchbaugh, Mike - Marion, Ohio           1      1 100.00
 39. Harvey, Robert - Boise, Idaho              1      1 100.00
 40. Gustainus, Ronald (ss) - Lake Worth, Fla   1      1 100.00
 41. Jansson, Steven - Barnes, Wisc             1      1 100.00
 42. Marzka, Ed - Orlando, Fla.                 1      1 100.00
 43. Williams, Mark - Beaumont, Texas           1      1 100.00
 44. Scantamburlo, Leo (ss) - Riverview, Mich.  1      1 100.00
 45. Sockrider, Vic (ss) - Ft. Wayne, Ind.      1      1 100.00
 46. Sharp, Keith - Orlando, Fla.               1      1 100.00
 47. Lickliter, Steve - Beckley, W Va.          1      1 100.00
 48. Henry, Michael - Brunswick, Ohio           1      1 100.00
 49. Michalojko, Robert - Pittsburgh            1      1 100.00
 50. Bryan, Pete - Laurel, Del.                 1      1 100.00
 51. Pullin, Mike - Rochelle, Ill.              1      1 100.00
 52. Morano, Jerry M. - Lombard, Ill.           1      1 100.00
 53. Dudak, John - Orland Park, Ill.            1      1 100.00
 54. Rosen, Davey - Northbrook, Ill.            1      2  50.00
 55. Duskin Sr, Dan (ss) - Atlantic, Iowa       1      2  50.00
 56. Doane, David - Buffalo, Iowa               1      2  50.00
 57. Flaws, Robert - Chicago Ridge, Ill.        1      2  50.00
 58. Hiday, Gary J. (ss) - Indianapolis         1      2  50.00
 59. Dickinson, Gary (ss) - Edmond, Okla.       1      2  50.00
 60. Camerano, Michael F. - Brookfield, Ill.    1      2  50.00
 61. Buckley, Roy (ss) - Westerville, Ohio      1      2  50.00
 62. McCorkle, Bill - Westerville, Ohio         1      2  50.00
 63. McDonald, Robert E. (ss) - Addison, Ill.   1      2  50.00
 64. Holman, Bennie - Decatur, Ill              1      3  33.33
 65. Carter, Tom - Rockford, Ill.               1      3  33.33
 66. Kelly, Bob - Dayton, Ohio                  1      3  33.33
 67. Idzior, Bill (ss) - Crown Point, Ind.      1      3  33.33
 68. Mora Sr., Emilio (ss) - Defiance, Ohio     1      3  33.33
 69. Murray, Lance L - Bourbonnais, Ill.        1      3  33.33
 70. Cariello, Anthony - Carol Stream, Ill.     1      3  33.33
 71. Aemisegger, Curtis - Wauconda, Ill.        1      4  25.00
 72. Harrison, Hubert (ss) - Middletown, Ind.   1      4  25.00
 73. Patchen, Dave - Oregon, Ohio               1      4  25.00
 74. Hunt, Richard L. (ss) - Valparaiso, Ind.   1      4  25.00
 75. Truitt, Michael (ss) - Orland Park, Ill.   1      5  20.00
 76. Snell, Brad - Mount Prospect, Ill.         1      6  16.67
Finals (Beginning April 1, 2010)
Pos. Name - Hometown                      #Finals Events      %
  1. Sullins, Harry - Chesterfield Twp.,  Mich. 7      7 100.00
  2. Parks, Kenny - Hammond, Ind.               5      7  71.43
  3. Mefford, Barry - Aurora, Ill               4      6  66.67
  4. Traber, Dale - Cedarburg, Wis.             4      6  66.67
  5. Lineberry, Marc - Camanche, Iowa           4      7  57.14
  6. Johnson, Bobby L - Chillicothe, Ohio       3      3 100.00
  7. Brady, Bob - Santa Monica, Calif.          3      3 100.00
  8. Knoblauch, James - Waukesa, Wis.           3      3 100.00
  9. Schuette, Chuck - Bettendorf, Iowa         3      4  75.00
 10. Mineman, Mike - St Louis                   3      4  75.00
 11. Gerard, Paul - Cincinnati                  2      2 100.00
 12. King, Patrick - Yankton, S.D.              2      2 100.00
 13. Zaffino, Jeff - Warren, Pa.                2      2 100.00
 14. Soutar, Dave (ss) - Bradenton, Fla.        2      2 100.00
 15. Axon, David - Bellevue, Neb.               2      3  66.67
 16. Johnson, Jimmy J - Omaha, Neb.             2      3  66.67
 17. Csuhta, Dale - Wadsworth, Ohio             2      4  50.00
 18. Zicha, Michael - Streamwood, Ill.          2      4  50.00
 19. Jabczenski, Mitchell - Novi, Mich.         2      4  50.00
 20. Garr, Ron (ss) - Ridgedale, Mo.            2      4  50.00
 21. Bergan, Steve - Belleville, Ill.           2      4  50.00
 22. Moros, Phillip W. - Lombard, Ill.          2      5  40.00
 23. Deloney, John R. (ss) - Troy, Ill.         2      6  33.33
 24. Tignor, George - Winchendon, Mass.         1      1 100.00
 25. Gran, Dick - Hartville, Ohio               1      1 100.00
 26. Knopp, Peter - Germany                     1      1 100.00
 27. Chapman, John - Canada                     1      1 100.00
 28. Flinchbaugh, Mike - Marion, Ohio           1      1 100.00
 29. Harvey, Robert - Boise, Idaho              1      1 100.00
 30. Jansson, Steven - Barnes, Wisc             1      1 100.00
 31. Scantamburlo, Leo (ss) - Riverview, Mich.  1      1 100.00
 32. Sharp, Keith - Orlando, Fla.               1      1 100.00
 33. Lickliter, Steve - Beckley, W Va.          1      1 100.00
 34. Michalojko, Robert - Pittsburgh            1      1 100.00
 35. Pullin, Mike - Rochelle, Ill.              1      1 100.00
 36. Morano, Jerry M. - Lombard, Ill.           1      1 100.00
 37. Rosen, Davey - Northbrook, Ill.            1      2  50.00
 38. Doane, David - Buffalo, Iowa               1      2  50.00
 39. Hiday, Gary J. (ss) - Indianapolis         1      2  50.00
 40. Camerano, Michael F. - Brookfield, Ill.    1      2  50.00
 41. Buckley, Roy (ss) - Westerville, Ohio      1      2  50.00
 42. McDonald, Robert E. (ss) - Addison, Ill.   1      2  50.00
 43. Holzbauer, Robert A. - Madison, Wis.       1      2  50.00
 44. Diamond, Dale J. (ss) - Springfield, Ill.  1      2  50.00
 45. Traber, Darryl - Waterford, Wis.           1      3  33.33
 46. Holman, Bennie - Decatur, Ill              1      3  33.33
 47. Carter, Tom - Rockford, Ill.               1      3  33.33
 48. Kelly, Bob - Dayton, Ohio                  1      3  33.33
 49. Idzior, Bill (ss) - Crown Point, Ind.      1      3  33.33
 50. Murray, Lance L - Bourbonnais, Ill.        1      3  33.33
 51. Brenner, James (ss) - LeClaire, Iowa       1      3  33.33
 52. Profitt, Ron - Brookville, Ohio            1      4  25.00
 53. Patchen, Dave - Oregon, Ohio               1      4  25.00
 54. Kauble, Timothy W. (ss) - Marion, Ohio     1      4  25.00
 55. Hunt, Richard L. (ss) - Valparaiso, Ind.   1      4  25.00
 56. Truitt, Michael (ss) - Orland Park, Ill.   1      5  20.00
 57. Snell, Brad - Mount Prospect, Ill.         1      6  16.67
2010-2011 Champions
Beverly Lanes, Arlington Hts, IL - Kenny Parks
Georgetown Bowl, Ft. Wayne, Ind. - Bobby Johnson
Delphos Recreation, Delphos, OH - Barry Mefford
Victory Lanes, Kankakee, IL - Dale Traber
Lancer Lanes, Cedar Rapids, IA - Dale Traber
Lancer Lanes, Cedar Rapids, IA - Greg Shields
T-Byrd Lanes, Rochelle, IL - Kenny Parks
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