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      January 08, 2003:

-Werth, Spigner Maintain Leads In USA Bowling National Amateur Championships

01/08/2003 - Bowling Newsline
      RENO, Nev. -- Former Team USA member Stacy Werth, Rocklin, Calif.; and collegian Robbie Spigner, Vernon Hills, Ill., continued to lead the women's and men's divisions midway through Wednesday's qualifying action in the USA Bowling National Amateur Championships at the National Bowling Stadium.

      Werth, a 38-year-old elementary school teacher and Team USA 1998, 1996 and 1993 member, topped the women with 3,654 for 18 games, a 203 average. She extended her lead to 43 pins over defending U.S. Amateur Champion Shannon Pluhowsky, Phoenix. Four-time Team USA member Diandra Hyman, Dyer, Ind., was third with 3,503 followed by Jennifer Wright, West Columbia, S.C., 3,499, and Ranae Janssen, Sioux Falls, S.D., 3,444.

      Spigner, a 21-year-old Indiana University student, stood at 3,795 for 18 games, a 210 average. Four-time Team USA member and 1999 U.S. Amateur Champion Bill Hoffman, Columbus, Ohio, was second with 3,766. Junior Team USA 2003 and 2002 member Michael Remaklus, Florissant, Mo., was third with 3,680 followed by Steve Patterson, Orange Beach, Ala., 3,670, and Team USA 2001 and 2001 member Dino Castillo, Dallas, 3,623.

      Nearly 200 of the best amateur bowlers in the United States continued their four-day quest to try to earn spots on Team USA 2003. All players rolled six more qualifying games later Wednesday with the top 32 men and top 32 women advancing to match play beginning Thursday. The 32 match-play games continue through Friday with the top five men and top five women automatically qualifying for Team USA 2003. Another three men and three women will be chosen by a national selection committee based on such criteria as performance, physical game, mental game and team play.

      Team USA 2003 members will participate in events such as the Pan American Games, Federation Internationale des Quilleurs World Championships and AMF World Cup.

      The tournament features lane conditions compliant with the Sport Bowling program. Developed by the American Bowling Congress and Women's International Bowling Congress, Sport Bowling is a level of sanctioned league and tournament competition designed to emphasize bowlers' skill and re-establish the credibility of the sport.

      Lane patterns will be administered by Lane DynamX, the official lane maintenance provider for USA Bowling.

      Other sponsors include Storm Bowling Products, Dartfish, Peppermill Hotel Casino, Big Dogs, Twelve Strike and the Bowling Proprietors' Association of America.

      RENO, Nev. -- Wednesday's 18-game qualifying results in the 2003 USA Bowling National Amateur Championships at the National Bowling Stadium:
WOMEN
1, Stacy Werth, Rocklin, Calif., 3,654. 
2, Shannon Pluhowsky, Phoenix, 3,611. 
3, Diandra Hyman, Dyer, Ind., 3,503. 
4, Jennifer Wright, West Columbia, S.C., 3,499. 
5, Ranae Janssen, Sioux Falls, S.D., 3,444. 
6, Anita Manns, Austin, Texas, 3,435. 
7, Christine Munsie, Schererville, Ind., 3,432. 
8, Lisa Duenow, Mound, Minn., 3,430. 
9, Kaleena Henning, North Platte, Neb., 3,429. 
10, Lucy Sandelin, Tampa, Fla., 3,406. 
11, Jennifer Petrick, Canton, Ohio, 3,369. 
12, Jeanette Menacho, Sacramento, Calif., 3,361. 
13, Megan Larson, McKinney, Texas, 3,337. 
14, Leigh McPherson, Tempe, Ariz., 3,337. 
15, Kristal Scott, Painesville, Ohio, 3,324. 
16, Stacey Bokina, Peconic, N.Y., 3,324. 
17, Olivia Sandham, Boulder, Colo., 3,322. 
18, Allison Jones, Roseville, Calif., 3,322. 
19, Christine Couvillon, Denham Springs, La., 3,319. 
20, Kimberly Hunn, Chandler, Ariz., 3,319. 
21, Diane Parker, Walnut, Calif., 3,315. 
22, Amanda Burgoyne, Newport, Minn., 3,305. 
23, Jennifer Murphy, Helotes, Texas, 3,301. 
24, Debbie Kuhn, Baltimore, Md., 3,300. 
25, Joy Esterson, Morehead, Ky., 3,282. 
26, Katie Verbil, Wichita, Texas, 3,273. 
27, Kari Schwager, Lincoln, Neb., 3,251. 
28, Candace Golding, Acton, Calif., 3,233. 
29, Nikki Lewandowski, Buffalo, N.Y., 3,228. 
30, Karla Engh, Sioux Falls, S.D., 3,219. 
31, Debra Slusser, Rapid City, S.D., 3,207. 
32, Jocelyn Stutz, Cheektowaga, N.Y., 3,197. 
33, Jodie Mustin, Ft. Walton Beach, Fla., 3,186. 
34, Jennifer Marmo, N. Babylon, N.Y., 3,183. 
35, Michelle Spratford, Hopelawn, N.J., 3,182. 
36, Jennifer Driggs, Salt Lake City, Utah, 3,182. 
37, Erin Dugan, Austin, Texas, 3,177. 
38, Joan Reilly, Sneads Ferry, N.C., 3,176. 
39, Leslie Shelton, Houston, Texas, 3,166. 
40, Leslie Coleman, Danville, Va., 3,156. 
41, Tanya Fields, Henderson, Nev., 3,156. 
42, Karen Sookikian, Danville, Calif., 3,155. 
43, Krystal Buenaventura, Boise, ID, 3,155. 
44, Toni Mula, Alamogordo, NM, 3,144. 
45, Amber Lester, North Pole, Alaska, 3,141. 
46, Melissa Stewart, Pt. St. Lucie, Fla., 3,139. 
47, Lisa Beeksma, Pensacola, Fla., 3,126. 
48, Danielle Tchir, Endicott, N.Y., 3,125. 
49, April Ellis, Pikeville, Ky., 3,123. 
50, Terri Ward, Loveland, Colo., 3,113. 
51, Nichole DePaul, Greendale, Wis., 3,109. 
52, Brandi Wolfe, Tempe, Ariz., 3,107. 
53, Brandi Hostetler, Boise, ID, 3,090. 
54, Karlene Welty, Calhoun, Ga., 3,085. 
55, Maria Bacos, Lakewood, Calif., 3,057. 
56, Sue Sansone, Tucson, Ariz., 3,038. 
57, Anita Hawkins, Seattle, Wash., 3,023. 
58, Norma Herrera, Anchorage, Alaska, 3,006. 
59, Gloria Gramling, Grain Valley, Mo., 3,000. 
60, Sunni Hearin, Tacoma, Wash., 2,956. 
61, JoAnn Bridges, Hoover, Ala., 2,941. 
62, Christine Odekirk, Oak Creek, Wis., 2,908. 
63, Laurie Lombardi, Skowhegan, Maine, 2,872. 
64, Jamie Curley, Holbrook, N.Y., 2,852. 
65, Melissa Slatky, York, Pa., 2,640. 
66, Laura Beaudet (WD), Hyde Park, MA, 2,012. 

MEN
1, Robby Spigner, Vernon Hills, Ill., 3,795. 
2, Bill Hoffman, Columbus, Ohio, 3,766. 
3, Michael Remaklus, Florissant, Mo., 3,680. 
4, Steve Patterson, Orange Beach, Ala., 3,670. 
5, Dino Castillo, Irving, Texas, 3,623. 
6, Rhino Page, Wichita, Kan., 3,615. 
7, David Haynes, Las Vegas, Nev., 3,615. 
8, Jason Lower, Beaverton, Ore., 3,609. 
9, Rick Graham, Lancaster, Pa., 3,604. 
10, Scott Pohl, Eagan, Minn., 3,599. 
11, Tim Mack, Garfield, N.J., 3,574. 
12, Royce Rusher, Tulsa, OK, 3,555. 
13, Andrew Ueland, Fresno, Calif., 3,553. 
14, Vernon Peterson, Dearborn Hts., Mich., 3,543. 
15, Ivan Miyasato, Aiea, HI, 3,538. 
16, Samuel Lantto, Eden Prairie, Minn., 3,537. 
17, Alex Cavagnaro, North Massapequa, N.Y., 3,507. 
18, Richard Fairley, Jr., Lynchburg, Va., 3,505. 
19, Eric Cox, San Diego, Calif., 3,500. 
20, Nick Smith, Canyon Country, Calif., 3,499. 
21, Dave Schick, Fargo, N.D., 3,499. 
22, Brian Valenta, Lockport, Ill., 3,490. 
23, Jeff Robertson, Tempe, Ariz., 3,487. 
24, Michael Mullin, Congers, N.Y., 3,481. 
25, Jim Lang, Hartshorne, OK, 3,480. 
26, Jay Futrell, Wichita, Kan., 3,475. 
27, Doane Cole, Murrieta, Calif., 3,474. 
28, Chuck Groat, Kearns, Utah, 3,474. 
29, George Gohagan III, Trotwood, Ohio, 3,473. 
30, Nick Black, Price, Utah, 3,472. 
31, Jason Rasinske, Lansing, Mich., 3,468. 
32, Edward Smaglik, West Lafayette, Ind., 3,463. 
33, Marty Bedford, Gasport, N.Y., 3,461. 
34, Jason Sterner, Jonesboro, Ga., 3,445. 
35, Andrew Cain, Tempe, Ariz., 3,441. 
36, Mike Rose, Jr., Rochester, N.Y., 3,440. 
37, P.J. Haggerty, Weimar, Calif., 3,437. 
38, David Mitchell, Jonhnstown, Pa., 3,434. 
39, Aaron Howard, Westminster, Colo., 3,434. 
40, Nathan Bohr, Wichita, Kan., 3,424. 
41, Derek Eoff, Lincoln, Neb., 3,424. 
42, John Eiss, Orono, Minn., 3,422. 
43, John Prokopec, Dacula, Ga., 3,422. 
44, Jason Kaiser, West Allis, Wis., 3,418. 
45, Steve Villanueva, Brisbane, Calif., 3,408. 
46, Sean Rash, Anchorage, Alaska, 3,407. 
47, Kevin Dornberger, Sioux Falls, S.D., 3,406. 
48, Steve Kloempken, Ogden, Utah, 3,400. 
49, Mike Skillman, Jackson, N.J., 3,388. 
50, Chris Klerk, Mesa, Ariz., 3,386. 
51, Kris Netherton, Sacramento, Calif., 3,384. 
52, Joseph Ramsdell III, Canaan, Maine, 3,383. 
53, Levi Slocum, Baldwin Park, Calif., 3,382. 
54, Dave Mackowiak, West Mifflin, Pa., 3,382. 
55, Paul Enright, Las Vegas, Nev., 3,377. 
56, Mike Burgess, Jr., Rodeo, Calif., 3,377. 
57, Chuck Tillman, White Hall, Md., 3,376. 
58, David Wehrly, Tucson, Ariz., 3,374. 
59, Mark French, Ventura, Calif., 3,368. 
60, Skip Sansone, Tucson, Ariz., 3,361. 
61, Scott How, Wichita, Kan., 3,356. 
62, Skip Pavone, San Jose, Calif., 3,353. 
63, Jeff Monzella, Boise, ID, 3,348. 
64, Tony Yarbrough, Strafford, Mo., 3,347. 
65, Steve LaFave, Virginia Beach, Va., 3,345. 
66, Steve Burger, Decatur, Ill., 3,345. 
67, Jamie Kaiser, Grove City, Ohio, 3,345. 
68, George Palumbo, Henderson, Nev., 3,342. 
69, Michael Missett, Milton, Vt., 3,340. 
70, Kirk Anderson, San Jose, Calif., 3,339. 
71, Scott Gardner, Garland, Texas, 3,338. 
72, Chris Forry, Fairfield, CT, 3,338. 
73, Bryan Komornik, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., 3,335. 
74, Ken Liedes, Kenai, Alaska, 3,333. 
75, Will Perry, Pflugerville, Texas, 3,326. 
76, Phil Campit, Daly City, Calif., 3,324. 
77, Gino Catenacci, Dallas, 3,321. 
78, Keith Ubert, Hays, Kan., 3,316. 
79, Tony Manna, Omaha, Neb., 3,315. 
80, Les Burnham, Irving, Texas, 3,314. 
81, Joseph Alalay, Fremont, Calif., 3,313. 
82, Jason Elliott, Lawrence, Kan., 3,310. 
83, Brad Kellam, Clarksville, Ky., 3,305. 
84, Frank Russell Jr, Charleston, W.Va., 3,300. 
85, Matt Burley, Tempe, Ariz., 3,298. 
86, John Orosz, Montclair, N.J., 3,289. 
87, Bill Leach, Gadsden, Ala., 3,286. 
88, Jason Craigen, Mesa, Ariz., 3,277. 
89, Mat Henning, North Platte, Neb., 3,271. 
90, Paul Aldrich, Buffalo, N.Y., 3,271. 
91, Mark Sullivan, Indianapolis, 3,268. 
92, Adam Dugan, Austin, Texas, 3,255. 
93, Anthony Delahanty, Lake Oswego, Ore., 3,253. 
94, Victor Meyerhoff, San Francisco, Calif., 3,253. 
95, Kyle O'Hara, Chico, Calif., 3,251. 
96, Jeffrey Mersch, Orlando, Fla., 3,234. 
97, Patrick King, Yankton, S.D., 3,223. 
98, Chris Tuskowski, Fort Atkinson, Wis., 3,221. 
99, Anthony Crudup, Tampa, Fla., 3,218. 
100, Chris Porcello, Carson City, Nev., 3,212. 
101, Kyle Hartzell, Easton, Pa., 3,202. 
102, Josh Harper, Hopkinsville, Ky., 3,199. 
103, Dale Lee, Brandon, Fla., 3,196. 
104, Phillip Craddock, Virginia Beach, Va., 3,188. 
105, Michael Sinek, Oderton, Md., 3,186. 
106, Christian  Alderucci, Port Jefferson, N.Y., 3,186. 
107, Dennis Tchir, Endicott, N.Y., 3,184. 
108, Robert Harvey, Boise, Idaho, 3,182. 
109, Alex Sala, Redwood City, Calif., 3,179.
110, Vito Genova, Franklin Square, N.Y., 3,179. 
111, David Atwood, Sparks, Nev., 3,171. 
112, Mark Adams II, Muncie, Ind., 3,151. 
113, Tom Nassar, Bedford, Texas, 3,149. 
114, Steve Heatherly, Antioch, Tenn., 3,145. 
115, Philipp Hudak, Columbia, S.C., 3,137. 
116, Drew Knudson, Kansas City, Mo., 3,119. 
117, Richard Fulton Jr., Whitman, Mass., 3,117. 
118, Chuck Anderson, Bedford, Texas, 3,116. 
119, Jason Carrillo, Montebello, Calif., 3,101. 
120, Scott Slocum, Baldwin Park, Calif., 3,101. 
121, Chris Reser, Marquette, Mich., 3,096. 
122, Stan Moore, North Highlands, Calif., 3,079. 
123, Chris Bundy, Tacoma, Wash., 3,074. 
124, Johnny Bryan, Silverdale, Wash., 3,055. 
125, James Locicero, Fremont, Calif., 3,046. 
126, Robert Matera, Cameron, N.C., 3,037. 
127, Michael Slatky, York, Pa., 3,030. 
128, Ronald Wong, Hayward, Calif., 3,028. 
129, George Eckmann Jr., Rio Linda, Calif., 2,876. 
130, Pablo Martinez, Visalia, Calif., 2,873. 
131, Justin Rader, Sarepta, La., 2,870. 
132, Scott Huther, Madison, Ala., 2,859. 
133, Richard Watts (WD), Colorado Springs, Colo., 999.


-YABA Announces Renewed Relationship With Turbo 2-N-1 Grips

01/08/2003 - Bowling Newsline
      GREENDALE, Wis. - The Young American Bowling Alliance announced that Turbo 2-N-1 Grips has agreed to renew its sponsorship with YABA and the USA Junior Gold Bowling National Championships as "The Official Grip of the Young American Bowling Alliance."

      As part of the agreement, Turbo 2-N-1 Grips will be highlighted in the next six issues of the Gold Approach, the Junior Gold program's official newsletter sent to all Gold members.

      "Turbo 2-N-1 Grips is thrilled we are able to sponsor YABA's USA Junior Gold Bowling National Championships for a third straight year," said Turbo 2-N-1 Grips President of Sales and Marketing Lori Tessmar.

      The sixth annual USA Junior Gold Bowling National Championships will be held July 12-18, at AMF Strike 'N Spare in St. Louis; Brunswick Lakeside Lanes in Valley Park, Mo.; and the Brunswick Four Seasons in Chesterfield, Mo. Strike 'N Spare is a 48-lane center, while Lakeside Lanes and Four Seasons each have 40 lanes. The first USA Junior Gold Bowling National Championships were held in 1998 in Reno, Nev.

      A privately owned, service-focused company located northeast of Detroit, Turbo 2-N-1 Grips is widely recognized for its revolutionary idea known as "the original neon finger insert." Turbo 2-N-1 Grips are sold and distributed in more than 35 countries worldwide.

      "Turbo has been a strong supporter of youth bowling for many years and we are excited they would like to continue their sponsorship of the Junior Gold Program," said YABA Marketing Manager Robin Crawford.

      For more information on the Junior Gold Program, 2003 USA Junior Gold Bowling National Championships or the Young American Bowling Alliance, visit bowl.com. For more information on Turbo 2-N-1 Grips, call (800) 530-9878 or visit turbogrips.com.


-Spigner, Werth Hold First-Day Leads In USA Bowling National Amateur Championships

01/08/2003 - Bowling Newsline
      Robbie Spigner, Vernon Hills, Ill., rolled a 299 game Tuesday on his way to the men's opening day lead in the USA Bowling National Amateur Championships at the National Bowling Stadium. He joined former Team USA member Stacy Werth, Rocklin, Calif., as the early leaders in the four-day event.

      Spigner, a 21-year-old Indiana University student, rolled 2,574 for 12 games, a 214 average. He opened with 279 and left a 4-pin on his final shot in his third game. Team USA 1999-2002 member and 1999 U.S. Amateur Champion Bill Hoffman, Columbus, Ohio, was second with 2,550. Team USA 1999 member Scott Pohl, Eagan, Minn., was third with 2,512 followed by Michael Remaklus, Florissant, Mo., 2,501; and Rhino Page, Wichita, Kan., 2,494.

      Werth, a 38-year-old elementary school teacher and Team USA 1998, 1996 and 1993 member, rolled 2,464 for 12 games, a 205 average, to lead the women's division by 15 pins over defending U.S. Amateur Champion Shannon Pluhowsky, Phoenix. Jennifer Wright, West Columbia, S.C., was third at 2,395 followed by Team USA 1998 and 1997 member Lisa Duenow, Mound, Minn., 2,352 and Christine Munsie, Schererville, Ind., 2,319.

      Nearly 200 of the best amateur bowlers in the United States began the four-day quest to try to earn spots on Team USA 2003. All players roll 12 more qualifying games Wednesday with the top 32 men and top 32 women advancing to match play beginning Thursday. The 32 match-play games continue through Friday with the top five men and top five women automatically qualifying for Team USA 2003. Another three men and three women will be chosen by a national selection committee based on such criteria as performance, physical game, mental game and team play.

      Team USA 2003 members will participate in events such as the Pan American Games, Federation Internationale des Quilleurs World Championships and AMF World Cup.

      The tournament features lane conditions compliant with the Sport Bowling program. Developed by the American Bowling Congress and Women's International Bowling Congress, Sport Bowling is a level of sanctioned league and tournament competition designed to emphasize bowlers' skill and re-establish the credibility of the sport.

      Lane patterns will be administered by Lane DynamX, the official lane maintenance provider for USA Bowling.

      Other sponsors include Storm Bowling Products, Dartfish, Peppermill Hotel Casino, Big Dogs, Twelve Strike and the Bowling Proprietors' Association of America.

      Results from Tuesday's 16 qualifying games in the 2003 USA Bowling National Amateur Championships at the National Bowling Stadium:
MEN
1, Robby Spigner, Vernon Hills, Ill., 2,574. 
2, Bill Hoffman, Columbus, Ohio, 2,550. 
3, Scott Pohl, Eagan, Minn., 2,512.
4, Michael Remaklus, Florissant, Mo., 2,501.
5, Rhino Page, Wichita, Kan., 2,494. 
6, Steve Patterson, Orange Beach, Ala., 2,478. 
7, Rick Graham, Lancaster, Pa., 2,460. 
8, David Haynes, Las Vegas, Nev., 2,450. 
9, Jason Lower, Beaverton, Ore., 2,425. 
10, Jeff Robertson, Tempe, Ariz., 2,411. 
11, Michael Mullin, Congers, N.Y., 2,398. 
12, Vernon Peterson, Dearborn Heights., Mich., 2,397. 
13, Royce Rusher, Tulsa, Okla., 2,395. 
14, Nick Smith, Canyon Country, Calif., 2,378. 
15, Nick Black, Price, Utah, 2,372. 
16, Jim Lang, Hartshorne, Okla., 2,365. 
17, Alex Cavagnaro, North Massapequa, N.Y., 2,364. 
18, Jason Rasinske, Lansing, Mich., 2,363. 
19, Dino Castillo, Irving, Texas, 2,363. 
20, Tim Mack, Garfield, N.J., 2,357. 
21, Eric Cox, San Diego, Calif., 2,355. 
22, Dave Schick, Fargo, N.D., 2,353. 
23, Edward Smaglik, West Lafayette, Ind., 2,353. 
24, Kevin Dornberger, Sioux Falls, S.D., 2,350. 
25, Samuel Lantto, Eden Prairie, Minn., 2,346. 
26, Nathan Bohr, Wichita, Kan., 2,336. 
27, Aaron Howard, Westminster, Colo., 2,331. 
28, Ivan Miyasato, Aiea, Hawaii, 2,326. 
29, Chris Klerk, Mesa, Ariz., 2,324. 
30, Jason Sterner, Jonesboro, Ga., 2,313. 
31, Andrew Ueland, Fresno, Calif., 2,312. 
32, Sean Rash, Anchorage, Alaska, 2,309. 
33, Jay Futrell, Wichita, Kan., 2,307. 
34, Jason Kaiser, West Allis, Wis., 2,306. 
35, Mike Skillman, Jackson, N.J., 2,297. 
36, Andrew Cain, Tempe, Ariz., 2,294. 
37, Chuck Groat, Kearns, Utah, 2,294. 
38, Tony Yarbrough, Strafford, Mo., 2,291. 
39, John Eiss, Orono, Minn., 2,287. 
40, Richard Fairley Jr., Lynchburg, Va., 2,283. 
41, P.J. Haggerty, Weimar, Calif., 2,278. 
42, Chuck Tillman, White Hall, Md., 2,277. 
43, George Gohagan III, Trotwood, Ohio, 2,276. 
44, Marty Bedford, Gasport, N.Y., 2,275. 
45, Mike Burgess, Jr., Rodeo, Calif., 2,271. 
46, Scott How, Wichita, Kan., 2,270. 
47, Steve Villanueva, Brisbane, Calif., 2,269. 
48, Steve LaFave, Virginia Beach, Va., 2,265. 
49, Doane Cole, Murrieta, Calif., 2,260. 
50, Brian Valenta, Lockport, Ill., 2,258. 
51, Jason Elliott, Lawrence, Kan., 2,257. 
52, Christian Alderucci, Port Jefferson, N.Y., 2,254. 
53, David Wehrly, Tucson, Ariz., 2,252. 
54, Levi Slocum, Baldwin Park, Calif., 2,248. 
55, Steve Kloempken, Ogden, Utah, 2,247. 
56, Derek Eoff, Lincoln, Neb., 2,245. 
57, John Prokopec, Dacula, Ga., 2,239. 
58, George Palumbo, Henderson, Nev., 2,239. 
59, Bryan Komornik, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., 2,233. 
60, Kris Netherton, Sacramento, Calif., 2,228. 
61, Anthony Pavone, San Jose, Calif., 2,228. 
62, John Orosz, Montclair, N.J., 2,228. 
63, Kyle O'Hara, Chico, Calif., 2,227. 
64, Ken Liedes, Kenai, Alaska, 2,227. 
65, Michael M. Missett, Milton, Vt., 2,226. 
66, Will Perry, Pflugerville, Texas, 2,225. 
67, Chris Forry, Fairfield, Conn., 2,225. 
68, Brad Kellam, Clarksville, Ky., 2,224. 
69, Joseph Ramsdell III, Canaan, Maine, 2,220. 
70, Paul Enright, Las Vegas, Nev., 2,216. 
71, Tony Manna, Omaha, Neb., 2,214. 
72, Mark French, Ventura, Calif., 2,212. 
73, Victor Meyerhoff, San Francisco, Calif., 2,207. 
74, Dave Mackowiak, West Mifflin, Pa., 2,206. 
75, Anthony Delahanty, Lake Oswego, Ore., 2,206. 
76, Jason Craigen, Mesa, AZ, 2,206. 
77, Gino Catenacci, Dallas, Texas, 2,205. 
78, Robert Harvey, Boise, Idaho, 2,204. 
79, Matt Burley, Tempe, AZ, 2,202. 
80, Mike Rose Jr., Rochester, N.Y., 2,200. 
81, Patrick King, Yankton, S.D., 2,198. 
82, Bill Leach, Gadsden, Ala., 2,192. 
83, Jamie Kaiser, Grove City, Ohio, 2,187. 
84, Keith Ubert, Hays, Kan., 2,178. 
85, Chris Porcello, Carson City, Nev., 2,177. 
86, Skip Sansone, Tucson, Ariz., 2,177. 
87, Josh Harper, Hopkinsville, Ky., 2,174. 
88, David Mitchell, Jonhnstown, Pa., 2,173. 
89, Steve Burger, Decatur, Ill., 2,171. 
90, Frank Russell Jr., Charleston, W.Va., 2,171. 
91, Kirk Anderson, San Jose, Calif., 2,168. 
92, Jeff Monzella, Boise, Idaho, 2,165. 
93, Mat Henning, North Platte, Neb., 2,163. 
94, Scott Gardner, Garland, Texas, 2,162. 
95, Les Burnham, Irving, Texas, 2,160. 
96, Michael Sinek, Oderton, Md., 2,157. 
97, Dennis Tchir, Endicott, N.Y., 2,157. 
98, Scott Huther, Madison, Ala., 2,155. 
99, Mark Sullivan, Indianapolis, Ind., 2,155. 
100, Adam Dugan, Austin, Texas, 2,155. 
101, David Atwood, Sparks, Nev., 2,152. 
102, Joseph Alalay, Fremont, Calif., 2,148. 
103, Phil Campit, Daly City, Calif., 2,145. 
104, Tom Nassar, Bedford, Texas, 2,144. 
105, Jeffrey Mersch, Orlando, Fla., 2,144. 
106, Vito Genova, Franklin Square, N.Y., 2,143. 
107, Dale Lee, Brandon, Fla., 2,134. 
108, Richard Fulton Jr., Whitman, Mass., 2,133. 
109, Anthony Crudup, Tampa, Fla., 2,128. 
110, Chris Bundy, Tacoma, Wash., 2,118.
111, Scott Slocum, Baldwin Park, Calif., 2,116. 
112, Phillip Craddock, Virginia Beach, Va., 2,112. 
113, Steve Heatherly, Antioch, Tenn., 2,111. 
114, Chris Tuskowski, Fort Atkinson, Wis., 2,106. 
115, Alex Sala, Redwood City, Calif., 2,100. 
116, Mark Adams II, Muncie, Ind., 2,099. 
117, Kyle Hartzell, Easton, Pa., 2,096. 
118, Robert Matera, Cameron, N.C., 2,095. 
119, Philipp Hudak, Columbia, S.C., 2,091. 
120, Paul Aldrich, Buffalo, N.Y., 2,057. 
121, Drew Knudson, Kansas City, Mo., 2,043. 
122, Chuck Anderson, Bedford, Texas, 2,037. 
123, Jason Carrillo, Montebello, Calif., 2,027. 
124, Stan Moore, North Highlands, Calif., 2,004. 
125, James Locicero, Fremont, Calif., 1,994. 
126, Johnny Bryan, Silverdale, Wash., 1,992. 
127, Michael Slatky, York, Pa., 1,992. 
128, Chris Reser, Marquette, Mich., 1,979. 
129, Ronald Wong, Hayward, Calif., 1,957. 
130, George Eckmann Jr., Rio Linda, Calif., 1,894. 
131, Paublo Martinez, Visalia, Calif., 1,876. 
132, Justin Rader, Sarepta, La., 1,831. 
133, Richard Watts, Colorado Springs, Colo., 999. 

WOMEN
1, Stacy Werth, Rocklin, Calif., 2,464. 
2, Shannon Pluhowsky, Phoenix, 2,449. 
3, Jennifer Wright, West Columbia, S.C., 2,395. 
4, Lisa Duenow, Mound, Minn., 2,352. 
5, Christine Munsie, Schererville, Ind., 2,319. 
6, Ranae Janssen, Sioux Falls, S.D., 2,271. 
7, Kaleena Henning, North Platte, Neb., 2,255. 
8, Kristal Scott, Painesville, Ohio, 2,255. 
9, Diandra Hyman, Dyer, Ind., 2,249. 
10, Lucy Sandelin, Tampa, Fla., 2,248. 
11, Stacey Bokina, Peconic, N.Y., 2,241. 
12, Diane Parker, Walnut, Calif., 2,226. 
13, Anita Manns, Austin, Texas, 2,226. 
14, Christine Couvillon, Denham Springs, La., 2,224. 
15, Jennifer Petrick, Canton, Ohio, 2,219. 
16, Joy Esterson, Morehead, Ky., 2,219. 
17, Amanda Burgoyne, Newport, Minn., 2,215. 
18, Megan Larson, McKinney, Texas, 2,214. 
19, Jennifer Murphy, Helotes, Texas, 2,211. 
20, Kimberly Hunn, Chandler, Ariz., 2,210. 
21, Leigh McPherson, Tempe, Ariz., 2,208. 
22, Katie Verbil, Wichita, Texas, 2,198.
23, Jeanette Menacho, Sacramento, Calif., 2,198. 
24, Debbie Kuhn, Baltimore, 2,193. 
25, Jennifer Marmo, N. Babylon, N.Y., 2,190. 
26, Jennifer Driggs, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2,189. 
27, Michelle Spratford, Hopelawn, N.J., 2,188. 
28, Nikki Lewandowski, Buffalo, N.Y., 2,180. 
29, Joan Reilly, Sneads Ferry, N.C., 2,172. 
30, Candace Golding, Acton, Calif., 2,163. 
31, Jocelyn Stutz, Cheektowaga, N.Y., 2,157. 
32, Olivia Sandham, Boulder, Colo., 2,156. 
33, Karla Engh, Sioux Falls, S.D., 2,143. 
34, Kari Schwager, Lincoln, Neb., 2,134. 
35, Terri Ward, Loveland, Colo., 2,127. 
36, Tanya Fields, Henderson, Nev., 2,124. 
37, Allison Jones, Roseville, Calif., 2,122. 
38, Leslie Coleman, Danville, Va., 2,111. 
39, Nichole DePaul, Greendale, Wis., 2,108. 
40, Jodie Mustin, Ft. Walton Beach, Fla., 2,099. 
41, Brandi Wolfe, Tempe, Ariz., 2,095. 
42, Debra Slusser, Rapid City, S.D., 2,095. 
43, Erin Dugan, Austin, Texas, 2,094. 
44, Lisa Beeksma, Pensacola, Fla., 2,093. 
45, Amber Lester, North Pole, Alaska, 2,072. 
46, Krystal Buenaventura, Boise, Idaho, 2,069. 
47, Karen Sookikian, Danville, Calif., 2,062. 
48, Leslie Shelton, Houston, Texas, 2,052. 
49, Brandi Hostetler, Boise, Idaho, 2,038. 
50, Anita Hawkins, Seattle, 2,037. 
51, Norma Herrera, Anchorage, Alaska, 2,036. 
52, Karlene Welty, Calhoun, Ga., 2,024. 
53, Danielle Tchir, Endicott, N.Y., 2,024. 
54, Melissa Stewart, Port St. Lucie, Fla., 2,012. 
55, Toni Mula, Alamogordo, N.M., 2,000. 
56, Maria Bacos, Lakewood, Calif., 1,994. 
57, April Ellis, Pikeville, Ky., 1,991. 
58, Sue Sansone, Tucson, Ariz., 1,983. 
59, Sunni Hearin, Tacoma, Wash., 1,956. 
60, Gloria Gramling, Grain Valley, Mo., 1,953. 
61, JoAnn Bridges, Hoover, Ala., 1,947. 
62, Laurie Lombardi, Skowhegan, Maine, 1,945. 
63, Christine Odekirk, Oak Creek, Wis., 1,928. 
64, Jamie Curley, Holbrook, N.Y., 1,884. 
65, Melissa Slatky, York, Pa., 1,785. 
66, Laura Beaudet, Hyde Park, Mass., 1,743. 



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