PBA Tour Returns to Omaha/Council Bluffs Area For PBA Xtra Frame Iowa Midwest Open Oct. 9-11

by Jerry Schneider October 5, 2015 04:51

Professional Bowlers Association Hall of Famer Pete Weber will be among the PBA champions who will be on hand when the PBA Tour makes its first visit to the Omaha/Council Bluffs area since 2008 for the PBA Xtra Frame Iowa Midwest Open Oct. 9-11 at Thunderbowl in Council Bluffs.

Several top PBA Midwest Region players, PBA Tour stars and some of the future stars of professional bowling will compete for a PBA Tour title in the 21st stop of the 2015 season.

The Iowa Midwest Open is one of several modified format PBA Tour events that are broadcast live in their entirety on pba.com’s online bowling channel Xtra Frame.

Among the PBA champions already entered in addition to Weber, who will be trying for his 38th Tour title are; eight-time PBA Tour winner and 2011-12 player of the year Sean Rash of Montgomery, Ill.; 13-time winner and 2004-05 Player of the Year Patrick Allen of Mount Kisco, N.Y.; four-time winner Michael Haugen Jr. of Phoenix; three-time winners Eugene McCune of Munster, Ind.; Ronnie Russell of Marion, Ind., and Dick Allen of Columbia, S.C. Also in the field will be recent PBA Rookies of the Year E.J. Tackett of Huntington, Ind., and Marshall Kent of Yakima, Wash., along with one-time Tour winner Tom Daugherty of Wesley Chapel, Fla.

Future stars include PBA Southwest Region two-hander Anthony Simonsen of Princeton, Texas; 2015 Rookie of the Year contender A.J. Johnson of Oswego, Ill., and amateur standout Matt McNiel of Prior Lake, Minn., who recently became a PBA member.

Among local favorites entered will be Team USA member and Professional Women’s Bowling Association (PWBA) rookie Erin McCarthy of Omaha, who finished second in the 2015 United States Bowling Congress (USBC) Queens tournament. Also entered is Dave Axon of Bellevue, Neb., a three-time PBA50 regional titlist and a competitor on the PBA50 Tour for players 50 years of age and older.

The Omaha/Council Bluffs area has been a regular host of both PBA regional and tour events. The last PBA Tour event in Omaha was the 2008 Pepsi Viper Championship at Thunder Alley which was won by Brad Angelo of Lockport, N.Y. The last Tour event in Council Bluffs was the GoRving Classic at Thunder Bowl in 2007, won by Patrick Allen of Mount Kisco, N.Y.

Competition for the Iowa Midwest Open begins Saturday, Oct. 10 with eight-game qualifying rounds beginning at 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. (Qualifying times subject to change). The top 16 players will advance to the match play rounds on Sunday, Oct. 11, at 9 a.m. After match play the top four players will advance to the stepladder finals.

On Friday, Oct. 9, a practice session will be held from 3-5 p.m. where bowling fans get can get player autographs and photos. Bowling fans have the opportunity to enter a pro-am which gets underway at 7 p.m. on Oct. 9. Admission is free for all sessions. For pro-am entry information visit www.thunderbowl.com or call (712) 328-2374.

Bowling fans who want to sample Xtra Frame can subscribe on a three-day (72-hour) basis for only $3.99. Fans can lock in the entire October package with a full month Xtra Frame subscription for only $7.99. But PBA’s best package is the 12-month XF Season Ticket for $64.99, or $5.41 per month. To sign up, visit pba.com and click on the Xtra Frame link.


Thunderbowl, Council Bluffs, Iowa (all times Central)

Friday, Oct. 9
3-5 p.m. - Practice Session
7 p.m. – Pro-am
Saturday, Oct. 10

(Qualifying times subject to change)
9 a.m. - A Squad qualifying (8 games)
3 p.m. - B Squad qualifying (8 games)

Top 16 players advance to match play
Sunday, Oct. 11
9 a.m. – Match play
Top four players advance to a stepladder finals

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PBA50 Tour Veteran Tom Carter Receives 2015 Dick Weber Sportsmanship Award

by Jerry Schneider September 17, 2015 02:23


Tom Carter, a competitor on the PBA50 Tour for nine seasons, has been selected as the PBA50 Tour’s 2015 Dick Weber Sportsmanship Award winner by his fellow players.

“It’s better than winning a title,” said an emotional Carter. “It’s extremely humbling and I really don’t know what else more to say other than to thank my fellow competitors for the honor.”

In addition to competing on the PBA50 Tour, Carter, a player services representative for Brunswick, travels the PBA50 Tour in his motor home with wife Linda who serves as assistant to tournament director John Weber.

The award has special meaning for Carter not only because it was voted on by his fellow players but also because of his admiration for the late bowling legend the award is named after who passed away in 2005.

“It’s special to me because I’ve been a friend of the entire Weber family,” said Carter, a long-time Rochelle, Ill., resident before moving to Columbus, Ohio. “After Dick died (Dick’s son and Midwest PBA Regional Manager) Rich Weber gave me one of Dick’s 300 rings and I wear it to this day.”

Carter can also often be heard as a color commentator on Xtra Frame broadcasts of PBA50 Tour events.

“I enjoy doing the commentary immensely,” Carter said. “It’s kind of an extension of what I do as a player services rep and pro shop operator. I want to do anything I can to bring enjoyment to the game whether it be working with the guys out on the PBA50 Tour or anyone for that matter.”

The Carters operate five pro shops and are now based in Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl in Columbus, Ohio. Columbus Bowl has just been announced as the host center for the 2016 Barbasol PBA Players Championship next February.

On the lanes this season, Carter, a six-time PBA50 Regional titlist and 2007-08 Midwest PBA50 Regional Player of the Year, had a best PBA50 Tour finish of 16th in the Pasco County Florida Open. His career-best PBA50 Tour finish of fourth came in the 2010 Senior HP Lanes Open.

PBA50 Dick Weber Sportsmanship Award Winners

2015 - Tom Carter

2014 - Chris Keane

2013 - Robert Harvey

2012 - Dave Soutar

2011 - Ray Randall

2010 - Robert Harvey

2009 - Larry Graybeal

2008 - Fred Baldwin

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Pete Weber Dominates Statistical Categories on His Way to a Milestone PBA50 Player of the Year Season

by Jerry Schneider August 20, 2015 07:31

It hardly seems possible that Pete Weber, in his 35 years of PBA competition, had never won PBA Player of the Year recognition despite a Hall of Fame career that included 37 PBA Tour titles, a record-tying 10 majors including a record five U.S. Open titles, and nearly $4 million in career earnings, among his most notable accomplishments.

But during the 2015 PBA50 Tour campaign, at age 52 and in his third campaign with the 50-and-older generation, Weber finally had the breakthrough season he had pursued ever since earning PBA Rookie of the Year honors as an 18-year-old in 1980.

Thanks in part to his win in the 2015 Suncoast Senior U.S. Open, along with a runner-up finish in the United States Bowling Congress Senior Masters, Weber dominated the PBA50 earnings, average and competition points standings to earn the 2015 PBA50 Player of the Year crown, the first PBA Player of the Year honor of his illustrious career.

“Marshall Holman wasn’t here to take it away from me,” Weber said kiddingly when referring to the 1987 Tour season when he finished second to Holman in PBA Player of the Year voting, the closest he had ever come to that goal.

In 1987, Holman earned the award based largely on seven championship round appearances including three runner-up finishes and leading in average and tournament points, but he didn’t win a title, while Weber won his first Tournament of Champions title and led in Tour earnings.

“It took me 35 years to do it, but I’ve got a Player of the Year title. PBA Tour or PBA50 Tour, I don’t care. I’ll take it,” said Weber, who will turn 53 on Friday (Aug. 21). “I didn’t have a lot of wins this season, but I had a lot of top finishes and I did well in the (PBA50) majors, which was good enough to achieve another goal in my career.”

Weber’s Senior U.S. Open title win was the fourth PBA50 title of his career and his second major to go along with his USBC Senior Masters in 2013. With his Senior U.S. Open win he joined fellow Hall of Famer and 2014 Senior U.S. Open winner Norm Duke as the only players to win U.S. Open titles on both the PBA Tour and PBA50 Tour. During the 2015 season, Weber also finished second in the Treasure Island Resort & Casino Open and Johnny Petraglia BVL Open, and third in the PBA50 Miller High Life Classic. His seventh-place finish in the season-ending DeHayes Insurance Group Championship gave him enough competition points to secure PBA50 Player of the Year.

Weber led the season-long points list with 239,964 points. Second was 2015 PBA50 Rookie of the Year Mike Scroggins with 207,108. Scroggins was the season’s only three-time winner, winning the DeHayes Insurance Group Championship, Johnny Petraglia BVL Open and UnitedHealthcare Sun Bowl In The Villages.

Weber also led the PBA50 Tour in average (227.82 for 327 games bowled), edging fellow Hall of Famer Parker Bohn III who ranked second bowling at a 227.54 scoring pace. Bohn was a two-time winner, capturing the season-opening Pasco County Open and the Treasure Island Resort & Casino Open.

Weber, who won the earnings title with $36,875 over runner-up Amleto Monacelli’s $33,675, tied with Scroggins with most championship round appearances (five) and tied with five other players with most match play appearances with nine.

Another player who had a hallmark season was Hall of Famer and four-time PBA50 Player of the Year Tom Baker of King, N.C., who earned his first PBA60 Player of the Year award for players 60 and over. Baker had five top-10 finishes including a third-place finish in the UnitedHealthcare Sun Bowl in The Villages and a fourth in the Miller High Life Classic.

The top eight players in competition points earned paid entries into the GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling VII in Reno, Nev., in December along with berths in the PBA50 Challenge Finals qualifier which is part of WSOB VII. The eight-game head-to-head match play qualifier will determine two finalists who will compete in the PBA50 title match which will be televised by ESPN on Jan. 24, 2016. The qualifiers are Weber, Scroggins, Bohn, Walter Ray Williams Jr., Monacelli, Brian LeClair, Jack Jurek and Bob Learn Jr.

The winner of the PBA50 Dick Weber Sportsmanship Award, selected by PBA50 Tour players, will be announced later.

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Henson Defeats Petraglia to Win PBA60 Dick Weber Super Senior Open For First PBA50 Tour title

by Jerry Schneider August 16, 2015 06:47

In a back-and-forth championship match, Bill Henson defeated PBA Hall of Famer Johnny Petraglia, 244-233, to win the PBA60 Dick Weber Super Senior Open presented by Pro Bowl West and Hammer for his first career PBA50 Tour title.

Henson, whose previous best finish was second in the 2009 PBA Senior Decatur Open, needed at least a strike and then nine-spare in the 10th frame, but was able to throw a double to seal the win at Pro Bowl West.

Qualifying fourth for the finals, Henson, of Westerville, Ohio, had to win three consecutive matches to meet top qualifier Petraglia in the title match of the final tournament of the PBA50 Tour season.

In the opening stepladder match, Henson defeated Dale Csuhta of Wadsworth, Ohio, 247-214, and then went on to beat Mike Henry of Brunswick, Ohio, 256-225. In the semifinal match, he beat Kerry Painter of Henderson, Nev., in another 256-225 match to advance to the title match.

“That stepladder final was tall and steep,” said the 63-year-old Henson. “There was a lot of great talent ahead of me. I had no choice but to take it one shot at a time.”

In the title match, Henson got off to a shaky start with an open in the second frame but then recovered with a string of strikes. Petraglia nearly left the door wide open in the ninth frame when he left the 1-3-7-9 washout, but he was able to make the spare to keep the match close.

“I had all the confidence in the world in my equipment and the way I was throwing the ball,” Henson said. “I just needed to keep my mental game together. When I stepped up in the 10th, I just kept telling myself I’ve done this before, I can do it again.”

The 68-year-old Petraglia, who has won 14 times on the PBA Tour and eight times on the PBA50 Tour, and is the only player to win a national PBA Tour or PBA50 Tour in six different decades, would have been the oldest player to win a PBA50 Tour title with a victory.


Pro Bowl West, Fort Wayne, Ind., Sunday

Final Standings

1, Bill Henson, Westerville, Ohio, $7,500.
2, Johnny Petraglia, Jackson, N.J., $4,000.
3, Kerry Painter, Henderson, Nev., $2,500.
4, Mike Henry, Brunswick, Ohio, $2,000.
5, Dale Csuhta, Wadsworth, Ohio, $1,750.

Stepladder Results

Match One – Henson def. Csuhta, 247-214.
Match Two – Henson def. Henry, 256-225.

Semifinal Match – Henson def. Painter, 256-225.
Championship – Henson def. Petraglia, 244 -233.

Fourth Round Results (after 24 games, including match play record and bonus pins. Top five advanced to stepladder finals)

1, John Petraglia, Jackson, N.J., 9-3, 5,865.
2, Kerry Painter, Henderson, Nev., 8-4, 5,857.
3, Michael Henry, Brunswick, Ohio, 10-2, 5,815.
4, Bill Henson, Westerville, Ohio, 7-5, 5,691.
5, Dale Csuhta, Wadsworth, Ohio, 8-4, 5,642.
6, Tom Baker, King, N.C., 7-5, 5,565, $1,600.
7, Sam Maccarone, Blackwood, N.J., 10-2, 5,529, $1,550.
8, Roger Kossert, Lithia, Fla., 8-4, 5,405, $1,500.
9, Dale Eagle, Laguna Niguel, Calif., 6-6, 5,397, $1,450.
10, Dennis Lane, Kingsport, Tenn., 5-6-1, 5,396, $1,425.
11, Ted Staikoff, Black Hawk, S.D., 3-8-1, 5,361, $1,400.
12, Dick Gran, Hartville, Ohio, 5-7, 5,353, $1,375.
13, Willie Wells, Las Vegas, 8-4, 5,351, $1,350.
14, Ron Profitt, Brookville, Ohio, 7-5, 5,346, $1,325.
15, Chuck Richardson, The Villages, Fla., 6-5-1, 5,338, $1,300.
16, Paul McCordic, Sugar Land, Texas, 6-6, 5,297, $1,275.
17, a-Michael Lucente, Warren, Mich., 7-5, 5,286, $1,250.
18, Robert Flaws, Chicago Ridge, Ill., 7-5, 5,282, $1,240.
19, Don Sylvia, Daytona Beach, Fla., 7-5, 5,279, $1,230.
20, Bill Neumann, Rensselaer, N.Y., 6-6, 5,278, $1,220.
21, a-Edward Roberts, Braintree, Mass., 4-8, 5,275, $1,210.
22, Lee Brosius, Ashburn, Va., 6-6, 5,248, $1,200.
23, James Knoblauch, Waukesha, Wis., 4-7-1, 5,236, $1,190.
24, Mitchell Vernon, Olympia, Wash., 5-7, 5,227, $1,180.
25, Timothy Kauble, Marion, Ohio, 2-10, 5,196, $1,170.
26, Bill Hewlett, Eagle, Idaho, 4-8, 5,170, $1,160.
27, Larry Zacharias, Naperville, Ill., 5-6-1, 5,159, $1,150.
28, Edward Silva, Manteca, Calif., 4-8, 5,127, $1,140.
29, Harv Pallas, Stevensville, Mich., 6-6, 5,102, $1,130.
30, Gary Kammes, Winfield, Ill., 5-5-1, 5,075, $1,120.
31, Greg McMahan, Dandridge, Tenn., 4-8, 4,979, $1,110.
32, Richard Nesbit, Pittsburgh, 0-12, 4,867, $1,100.

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Mike Henry Goes 6-0 in Match Play to Take PBA60 Dick Weber Super Senior Open Lead

by Jerry Schneider August 15, 2015 08:29

A 6-0 match play record helped propel Mike Henry of Brunswick, Ohio into the third round lead of the PBA60 Dick Weber Super Senior Open presented by Pro Bowl West and Hammer Saturday at Pro Bowl West.

Henry finished the third round with a 4,386 18-game overall pinfall (which includes match play win bonus pins) to move ahead of second round leader Kerry Painter of Henderson, Nev., in second who finished with a 4-2 record in match play and 4,352 pinfall.

“Today it was a case of having the right ball for the conditions,” said Henry, who won the 2010 PBA Senior Lake County Open for his only PBA50 Tour title. “I used a ball I drilled up about three years ago for lane conditions like we’re bowling on here and it worked great. We’ll try it again tomorrow and see what happens.”

Henry averaged 251 in the third round bowling games of 267, 223, 259, 256, 268 and 234.

“I didn’t make many errant shots today,” the 65-year-old Henry added. “Overall it’s been an up-and-down year for me. Hopefully I can go out on a high note.”

Rounding out the top five in the tournament for senior players 60 and over were PBA Hall of Famer Johnny Petraglia of Jackson, N.J. in third with 4,315, followed by Bill Henson, Westerville, Ohio, 4,224 and Dale Csuhta of Wadsworth, Ohio, 4,172.

The field will return Sunday morning for another match play round at 8:30 a.m. to determine the five players for the stepladder finals scheduled for noon.

Final day coverage of the Dick Weber Super Senior Classic can be seen live on PBA’s online bowling channel Xtra Frame. For subscription information click on http://www.xtraframe.tv/pba/



Pro Bowl West, Fort Wayne, Ind., Saturday

Third Round Results (18-game pinfall totals including match play record and bonus pins)

1, Mike Henry, Brunswick, Ohio, 6-0, 4,386.
2, Kerry Painter, Henderson, Nev., 4-2, 4,352.
3, Johnny Petraglia, Jackson, N.J., 5-1, 4,315.
4, Bill Henson, Westerville, Ohio, 4-2, 4,224.
5, Dale Csuhta, Wadsworth, Ohio, 5-1, 4,172.
6, Sam Maccarone, Blackwood, N.J., 5-1, 4,114.
7, Ted Staikoff, Black Hawk, S.D., 3-3, 4,081.
8, Dennis Lane, Kingsport, Tenn., 3-2-1, 4,074.
9, Tom Baker, King, N.C., 2-4, 4,072.
10, Dale Eagle, Laguna Niguel, Calif., 4-2, 4,053.
11, Dick Gran, Hartville, Ohio, 3-3, 4,030.
12, a-Michael Lucente, Warren, Mich., 4-2, 4,010.
13, Harv Pallas, Stevensville, Mich., 4-2, 3,951.
14, Ed Silva, Manteca, Calif., 3-3, 3,950.
15, Roger Kossert, Lithia, Fla., 3-3, 3,947.
16, Willie Wells, Las Vegas, 4-2, 3,939.
17, Ron Profitt, Brookville, Ohio, 3-3, 3,934.
18, Chuck Richardson, The Villages, Fla., 3-3, 3,924.
19, Bill Neumann, Rensselaer, N.Y., 2-4, 3,922.
20, (tie) Paul McCordic, Sugar Land, Texas, 3-3, and a-Edward Roberts, Braintree, Mass., 1-5, 3,920.
22, James Knoblauch, Waukesha, Wis., 2-4, 3,891.
23, Larry Zacharias, Naperville, Ill., 3-3, 3,870.
24, Lee Brosius, Ashburn, Va., 2-4, 3,869.
25, Timothy Kauble, Marion, Ohio, 0-6, 3,850.
26, Gary Kammes, Winfield, Ill., 3-1-1, 3,849.
27, Bill Hewlett, Eagle, Idaho, 2-4, 3,838.
28, Robert Flaws, Chicago Ridge, Ill., 3-3, 3,836.
29, Mitchell Vernon, Olympia, Wash., 3-3, 3,832.
30, Don Sylvia, Daytona Beach, Fla., 2-4, 3,820.
31, Greg McMahan, Dandridge, Tenn., 1-5, 3,704.
32, Richard Nesbit, Pittsburgh, 0-6, 3,675.

Second Round Results (after 12 games. Top 32 advanced to match play)

1, Kerry Painter, Henderson, Nev., 2,848.
2, Bill Henson, Westerville, Ohio, 2,749.
3, Tom Baker, King, N.C., 2,742.
4, John Petraglia, Jackson, N.J., 2,738.
5, a-Edward Roberts, Braintree, Mass., 2,710.
6, Michael Henry, Brunswick, Ohio, 2,699.
7, Dale Eagle, Laguna Niguel, Calif., 2,692.
8, Ted Staikoff, Black Hawk, S.D., 2,686.
9, Dennis Lane, Kingsport, Tenn., 2,682.
10, Dale Csuhta, Wadsworth, Ohio, 2,665.
11, Dick Gran, Hartville, Ohio, 2,605.
12, Bill Hewlett, Eagle, Idaho, 2,596.
13, Timothy Kauble, Marion, Ohio, 2,594.
14, Bill Neumann, Rensselaer, N.Y., 2,586.
15, James Knoblauch, Waukesha, Wis., 2,576.
16, Don Sylvia, Daytona Beach, Fla., 2,571.
17, Willie Wells, Las Vegas, 2,569.
18, Larry Zacharias, Naperville, Ill., 2,567.
18, a-Michael Lucente, Warren, Mich., 2,567.
20, Ron Profitt, Brookville, Ohio, 2,565.
21, Chuck Richardson, The Villages, Fla., 2,564.
22, Roger Kossert, Lithia, Fla., 2,562.
23,Sam Maccarone, Blackwood, N.J., 2,545.
24, Greg McMahan, Dandridge, Tenn., 2,537.
25, Harv Pallas, Stevensville, Mich., 2,532.
25, Don Blatchford, Santa Monica, Calif., 2,532.
27, Robert Flaws, Chicago Ridge, Ill., 2,527.
27, Edward Silva, Manteca, Calif., 2,527.
29, Lee Brosius, Ashburn, Va., 2,520.
30, Paul McCordic, Sugar Land, Texas, 2,511.
31, Mitchell Vernon, Olympia, Wash., 2,507.
32, Richard Nesbit, Pittsburgh, 2,503.

Did not advance:
33, Gary Kammes, Winfield, Ill., 2,500, $1,000.
34, Tommy Brodowski, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 2,499, $1,000.
35, Dave Patchen, Oregon, Ohio, 2,498, $1,000.
36, Tommy Kress, Rochester, N.Y., 2,497, $1,000.
37, Mitchell Jabczenski, Novi, Mich., 2,495, $1,000.
38, Don Robinson, Boise, Idaho, 2,490, $1,000.
39, a-John Weltzien, Wellington, Fla., 2,477, $1,000.
40, John Dudak, Orland Park, Ill., 2,476.
41, Rich Giragosian, Charlotte, N.C., 2,470.
42, a-David Eatmon, Ferndale, Mich., 2,468.
43, Leonard Cianciolo, Warren, Mich., 2,463.
44, Mark Scime, Winter Garden, Fla., 2,461.
45, Emilio Mora Sr., Defiance, Ohio, 2,460.
46, George Lord, Lakeland, Fla., 2,455.
47, Frankie May, Reading, Pa., 2,438.
48,Mal Helmuth, Elk Grove, Calif., 2,437.
49, Larry Graybeal, Elizabethton, Tenn., 2,434.
50, a-Phil Prieto Jr., El Paso, Texas, 2,431.
50, Dave Bernhardt, Romeo, Mich., 2,431.
52, Marc Lineberry, Camanche, Iowa, 2,430.
53, Bob Knipple, Long Beach, Calif., 2,424.
54, Michael Chrzanowski, Shepherd, Mich., 2,421.
55, Bill Argenbright, New Hope, Va., 2,418.
56, Lew Elting, Carlsbad, Calif., 2,405.
57, a-Dick Selgo, Archbold, Ohio, 2,401.
58, Daniel Nicklin, Aviston, Ill, 2,398.
59, George Pappas, Charlotte, N.C., 2,391.
60, Ross McDonald, Clarksville, Md., 2,384.
60, a-Ed Austreng, Wterford, Mich., 2,384.
62, a-Peter Minaudo, Chesterfield, Mich., 2,372.
63, Gary Simon, Bridgeport, W.Va., 2,367.
64, Richard Hunt, Valparaiso, Ind., 2,364.
65, Darrell Adams, Flintstone, Ga., 2,359.
66, Brendan Bierch, Grafton, Mass., 2,353.
67, William Keenan Jr., Orlando, Fla., 2,352.
68, Thomas Ream, Tampa, Fla., 2,348.
69, Jim Heintz, St. Charles, Mo., 2,341.
70, Roger Painter, Woodbridge, Va., 2,328.
71, Edgar Gomez, Colombia, 2,321.
71, Tim Pierce, Portland, Ore., 2,321.
73, Roy Buckley, Westerville, Ohio, 2,312.
73, Ken Waters, Kingsport, Tenn., 2,312.
75, Bill McCorkle, Westerville, Ohio, 2,308.
76, Michael Truitt, New Port Richey, Fla., 2,295.
77, Kerry Fulford, Ft. Worth, Texas, 2,292.
78, Dannie Hettinger, Circleville, Ohio, 2,291.
79, Mike Schmid, St. Paul, Minn., 2,289.
80, Ray Johnson, Battle Creek, Mich., 2,286.
80, Mike Moore, Marietta, Ohio, 2,286.
82, Lee Rautenberg, Boynton Beach, Fla., 2,268.
83, Bill Idzior, Crown Point, Ind., 2,263.
84, Fred Ferreira, Kings Park, N.Y., 2,261.
85, Steve Stein, Staten Island, N.Y., 2,260.
86, Glen Nakagawa, Highland Village, Texas, 2,256.
87, Steven Jansson, Barnes, Wisc., 2,254.
88, Ken Gibson, Greenville, S.C., 2,250.
89, Jerry Lau, St. Peters, Mo., 2,237.
90, James Brenner, Bettendorf, Iowa, 2,230.
91, Frank Gallo Jr., Jacksonville, Fla., 2,229.
92, Stephen Nowicki, Rochester, N.Y., 2,225.
93, Galen Keas, Alda, Neb., 2,174.
94, Terry Fronterhouse, Phoenix, 2,165.
95, Steven Banks, Leesburg, Va., 2,159.
96, Dale Holgate, Peninsula, Ohio, 2,148.
96, John Younger, Winston-Salem, N.C., 2,148.
98, Phil Regan, Alameda, Calif., 2,146.
99, a-Nick Smith, Livonia, Mich., 2,137.
100, Robert Donovan, Prattsville, N.Y., 2,133.
101, a-Frogg Elkins, Berryville, Ark., 2,132.
102, JamiLynn Fox, Toledo, Ohio, 2,127.
103, Michael Hansen, Harlan, Iowa, 2,111.
104, Allen Meskan, Addison, Ill., 2,057.
105, Peter Brainard, Tampa, Fla., 2,023.
106, Howard Frostman, Washburn, Wis., 1,973.
107, Frank Verni, Bronx, N.Y., 1,842.
107, Robert Teeters, Lapel, Ind., 1,842.
109, Bruce Siegel, Highland Park, Ill., 1,811.
110, a-Mark Blome, Green Forest, Ark., 1,689.
111, Tim Collinsworth, Edgewood, Texas, 1,362.
112, Sam Perrotta, Newark, Del., 1,076.
113, Phillip Moros, Lombard, Ill., 1,067.
114, Ron Burgess, Plymouth, Mich., 1,038.
115, Dave Kangas, Gwinn, Mich., 977.
116, Jean-Marc Gagnon, Port Charlotte, Fla., 970.

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