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      January 09, 2003:

-Pluhowsky, Hoffman Lead Into Final Day Of USA Bowling National Amateur Championships

01/09/2003 - Bowling Newsline
      RENO, Nev. -- Shannon Pluhowsky and Bill Hoffman are one day away from winning their second U.S. National Championships by leading the women's and men's divisions, respectively, after Thursday's match-play action in the USA Bowling National Amateur Championships at the National Bowling Stadium.

      Pluhowsky, a 20-year-old student at the University of Nebraska and the defending women's titlist, won five of eight matches to total 8,389 for 40 games including 20 bonus pins for each match won. Three-time Team USA member Stacy Werth, Rocklin, Calif.; was second with 8,181. Jennifer Wright, a 17-year-old high school student from West Columbia, S.C., was third with 7,972 followed by Ranae Janssen, Sioux Falls, S.D., with 7,845 and Team USA 2002 member Jennifer Petrick, Canton, Ohio, with 7,838.

      Hoffman, a 27-year-old amateur bowler and 1999 men's champion, won six matches for 8,578 to regain the top spot he held after Wednesday's qualifying. Two-time Team USA member Dino Castillo, Irving, Texas, was second with 8,523. Robby Spigner, Vernon Hills, Ill., with 8,373 was third followed by international star Tim Mack, Garfield, N.J., with 8,371 and three-time Team USA member David Haynes with 8,350.

      The day featured a 300 game by Edward Smaglik, West Lafayette, Ind. It was the first 300 game in the tournament since 1997 and first since the event came to the National Bowling Stadium in 1998.

      Nearly 200 of the best amateur bowlers in the United States originally were entered in the quest to earn spots on Team USA 2003. They rolled 24 qualifying games with the top 32 men and top 32 women advancing to match play. The final 16 match-play games will be 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 are 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 after Thursday's match play at the 2003 USA Bowling National Amateur Championships. Results are for 40 games including 20 bonus pins for each match won:
WOMEN 
1, Shannon Pluhowsky, Phoenix 11-5-0, 8,389. 
2, Stacy Werth, Rocklin, Calif., 9-7-0, 8,181. 
3, Jennifer Wright, West Columbia, S.C., 11-5-0, 7,972. 
4, Ranae Janssen, Sioux Falls, S.D., 9-7-0, 7,845. 
5, Jennifer Petrick, Canton, Ohio, 11-5-0, 7,838. 
6, Lisa Duenow, Mound, Minn., 10-6-0, 7,816. 
7, Amanda Burgoyne, Newport, Minn., 9-7-0, 7,786. 
8, Olivia Sandham, Boulder, CO, 10-6-0, 7,741. 
9, Diandra Hyman, Dyer, Ind., 8-8-0, 7,733. 
10, Lucy Sandelin, Tampa, Fla., 10-6-0, 7,706. 
11, Anita Manns, Austin, Texas, 7-9-0, 7,691. 
12, Christine Munsie, Schererville, Ind., 9-6-1, 7,685. 
13, Jeanette Menacho, Sacramento, Calif., 10-6-0, 7,666. 
14, Jennifer Murphy, Helotes, Texas, 11-5-0, 7,611. 
15, Kimberly Hunn, Chandler, Ariz., 9-7-0, 7,575. 
16, Kaleena Henning, North Platte, Neb., 6-10-0, 7,574. 
17, Joy Esterson, Morehead, Ky., 8-8-0, 7,544. 
18, Katie Verbil, Wichita, Texas, 8-8-0, 7,541. 
19, Megan Larson, McKinney, Texas, 7-9-0, 7,516. 
20, Jocelyn Stutz, Cheektowaga, N.Y., 8-8-0, 7,475. 
21, Leigh McPherson, Tempe, Ariz., 6-10-0, 7,456. 
22, Kari Schwager, Lincoln, Neb. 7-9-0, 7,435. 
23, Diane Parker, Walnut, Calif., 9-7-0, 7,434. 
24, Stacey Bokina, Peconic, N.Y., 6-10-0, 7,432. 
25, Kristal Scott, Painesville, Ohio, 8-8-0, 7,426. 
26, Michelle Spratford, Hopelawn, N.J., 7-9-0, 7,392. 
27, Christine Couvillon, Denham Springs, La., 6-10-0, 7,380. 
28, Debbie Kuhn, Baltimore, 6-9-1, 7,349. 
29, Allison Jones, Roseville, Calif., 5-11-0, 7,249. 
30, Karla Engh, Sioux Falls, S.D., 5-11-0, 7,227. 
31, Amber Lester, North Pole, Alaska, 5-11-0, 7,124. 
32, Nikki Lewandowski, Buffalo, N.Y., 4-12-0, 7,113. 

MEN
1, Bill Hoffman, Columbus, Ohio, 9-7-0, 8,578. 
2, Dino Castillo, Irving, Texas, 10-6-0, 8,523. 
3, Robby Spigner, Vernon Hills, Ill., 8-7-1, 8,373. 
4, Tim Mack, Garfield, N.J., 12-4-0, 8,371. 
5, David Haynes, Las Vegas, Nev., 8-7-1, 8,350. 
6, Jason Lower, Beaverton, Ore., 9-6-1, 8,260. 
7, Royce Rusher, Tulsa, Okla., 9-7-0, 8,257. 
8, George Gohagan III, Trotwood, Ohio, 11-5-0, 8,239. 
9, Andrew Cain, Tempe, Ariz., 9-6-1, 8,223. 
10, Jason Sterner, Jonesboro, Ga., 9-7-0, 8,195. 
11, Edward Smaglik, West Lafayette, Ind., 7-8-1, 8,183. 
12, Samuel Lantto, Eden Prairie, Minn., 7-8-1, 8,181. 
13, Rick Graham, Lancaster, PA, 7-8-1, 8,129. 
14, Vernon Peterson, Dearborn Heights, Mich., 10-6-0, 8,114. 
15, Michael Remaklus, Florissant, Mo., 4-11-1, 8,099. 
16, Dave Schick, Fargo, N.D., 10-6-0, 8,090. 
17, Rhino Page, Wichita, Kan., 8-8-0, 8,090. 
18, Nick Black, Price, Utah, 10-6-0, 8,088. 
19, Scott Pohl, Eagan, Minn., 8-8-0, 8,085. 
20, Nick Smith, Canyon Country, Calif., 9-7-0, 8,056. 
21, Steve Patterson, Orange Beach, Ala., 6-10-0, 8,046. 
22, Andrew Ueland, Fresno, Calif., 8-8-0, 8,009. 
23, David Mitchell, Johnstown, Pa., 6-9-1, 7,945. 
24, Eric Cox, San Diego, 5-10-1, 7,914. 
25, Brian Valenta, Lockport, Ill., 7-9-0, 7,883. 
26, Doane Cole, Murrieta, Calif., 8-8-0, 7,873. 
27, Jim Lang, Hartshorne, Okla., 8-8-0, 7,828. 
28, Paul Enright, Las Vegas, Nev., 6-10-0, 7,820. 
29, Steve Villanueva, Brisbane, Calif., 7-9-0, 7,817. 
30, Richard Fairley Jr., Lynchburg, Va., 6-10-0, 7,762. 
31, Ivan Miyasato, Aiea, Hawaii, 6-10-0, 7,753. 
32, Jeff Robertson, Tempe, Ariz., 4-12-0, 7,589. 


-Spigner, Pluhowsky Atop Standings In USA Bowling National Amateur Championships

01/09/2003 - Bowling Newsline
      RENO, Nev. -- Collegian Robbie Spigner, Vernon Hills, Ill., regained the men's lead while defending U.S. Amateur Champion Shannon Pluhowsky, Phoenix, retained the women's top spot after Thursday's opening match-play round in the USA Bowling National Amateur Championships at the National Bowling Stadium.

      Spigner, a 21-year-old Indiana University student and son of American Bowling Congress Hall of Famer Bill Spigner, won five of eight matches for a 6,794 total for 32 overall games including 20 pins for each match won. He moved past four-time Team USA member and 1999 U.S. Amateur Champion Bill Hoffman, Columbus, Ohio, who overtook Spigner the night before. Hoffman had 6,758. Two-time Team USA member Dino Castillo, Dallas, was third with 6,750 followed by three-time Team USA member David Haynes at 6,688 and Team USA 1987 member Rick Graham, Lancaster, Pa., with 6,557.

      Pluhowsky, a 20-year-old student at the University of Nebraska, won six of eight matches to total 6,727. Immediately behind her was three-time Team USA member Stacy Werth, Rocklin, Calif.; who had 6,499. Jennifer Wright, West Columbia, S.C., was third with 6,274 followed by Junior Team USA 2003 member Olivia Sandham, Boulder, Colo., 6,202 and two-time Team USA member Lisa Duenow, Mound, Minn., at 6,197.

      The day featured a 300 game by Edward Smaglik, West Lafayette, Ind. It was first 300 game in the tournament since 1997.

      Nearly 200 of the best amateur bowlers in the United States originally were entered in the quest to earn spots on Team USA 2003. They rolled 24 qualifying games with the top 32 men and top 32 women advancing to match play. 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 are 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 after Thursday's opening match-play round at the 2003 USA Bowling National Amateur Championships. Results are for 32 games including 20 bonus pins for each match won:
MEN
1, Robby Spigner, Vernon Hills, Ill., 5-3-0, 6,794. 
2, Bill Hoffman, Columbus, Ohio, 3-5-0 , 6,758. 
3, Dino Castillo, Irving, Texas, 7-1-0 , 6,750. 
4, David Haynes, Las Vegas, Nev., 6-1-1, 6,688.
 5, Rick Graham, Lancaster, Pa., 5-3-0, 6,557. 
6, Tim Mack, Garfield, N.J., 6-2-0 , 6,540. 
7, Michael Remaklus, Florissant, Mo., 2-6-0, 6,529. 
8, Samuel Lantto, Eden Prairie, Minn. 4-4-0 , 6,492. 
9, Jason Sterner, Jonesboro, Ga., 5-3-0, 6,485. 
10, Jason Lower, Beaverton, Ore., 3-4-1, 6,467. 
11, Edward Smaglik, West Lafayette, Ind. 3-4-1, 6,461. 
12, Vernon Peterson, Dearborn Heights., Mich., 6-2-0 , 6,459. 
13, Andrew Cain, Tempe, Ariz., 4-3-1 , 6,451. 14, Nick Smith, Canyon Country, Calif., 5-3-0, 6,446. 
15, Royce Rusher, Tulsa, Okla., 2-6-0 , 6,434. 
16, Eric Cox, San Diego, 3-5-0, 6,427.  
17, Rhino Page, Wichita, Kan., 5-3-0, 6,427. 
18, Steve Patterson, Orange Beach, Ala., 2-6-0, 6,418. 
19, Scott Pohl, Eagan, Minn., 4-4-0, 6,390. 
20, George Gohagan III, Trotwood, Ohio, 5-3-0, 6,382. 
21, Nick Black, Price, Utah, 5-3-0, 6,361. 
22, Jim Lang, Hartshorne, Okla., 6-2-0 , 6,356. 
23, Andrew Ueland, Fresno, Calif., 3-5-0, 6,350. 
24, Dave Schick, Fargo, N.D., 4-4-0 , 6,340. 
25, Steve Villanueva, Brisbane, Calif., 4-4-0, 6,294. 
26, Paul Enright, Las Vegas, Nev., 3-5-0, 6,293. 
27, David Mitchell, Johnstown, Pa., 3-5-0, 6,276. 
28, Brian Valenta, Lockport, Ill., 3-5-0, 6,235. 
29, Doane Cole, Murrieta, Calif., 3-5-0 , 6,217. 
30, Ivan Miyasato, Aiea, Hawaii, 3-5-0 , 6,210. 
31, Richard Fairley Jr., Lynchburg, Va., 2-6-0, 6,207. 
32, Jeff Robertson, Tempe, Ariz., 2-6-0, 6,124. 

WOMEN
1, Shannon Pluhowsky, Phoenix, 6-2-0, 6,727. 
2, Stacy Werth, Rocklin, Calif., 5-3-0, 6,499. 
3, Jennifer Wright, West Columbia, S.C., 5-3-0, 6,274. 
4, Olivia Sandham, Boulder, Colo., 6-2-0, 6,202. 
5, Lisa Duenow, Mound, Minn., 4-4-0, 6,197. 
6, Lucy Sandelin, Tampa, Fla., 6-2-0, 6,190. 
7, Jennifer Petrick, Canton, Ohio, 6-2-0, 6,190. 
8, Ranae Janssen, Sioux Falls, S.D., 3-5-0, 6,158. 
9, Amanda Burgoyne, Newport, Minn., 5-3-0 , 6,148. 
10, Diandra Hyman, Dyer, Ind., 3-5-0, 6,138. 
11, Anita Manns, Austin, Texas, 2-6-0, 6,088. 
12, Kimberly Hunn, Chandler, Ariz., 5-3-0, 6,055. 
13, Jeanette Menacho, Sacramento, Calif., 5-3-0, 6,051. 
14, Joy Esterson, Morehead, Ky., 4-4-0, 6,045. 
15, Megan Larson, McKinney, Texas, 5-3-0 , 6,026. 
16, Christine Munsie, Schererville, Ind., 3-4-1, 5,992. 
17, Kari Schwager, Lincoln, Neb., 5-3-0 , 5,964. 
18, Leigh McPherson, Tempe, Ariz., 3-5-0 , 5,962. 
19, Kaleena Henning, North Platte, Neb., 2-6-0 , 5,961. 
20, Jennifer Murphy, Helotes, Texas, 5-3-0, 5,939. 
21, Kristal Scott, Painesville, Ohio, 4-4-0, 5,934. 
22, Jocelyn Stutz, Cheektowaga, N.Y., 5-3-0, 5,926. 
23, Katie Verbil, Wichita, Texas, 4-4-0, 5,915. 
24, Debbie Kuhn, Baltimore, 3-4-1, 5,885. 
25, Christine Couvillon, Denham Springs, La., 4-4-0, 5,880. 
26, Stacey Bokina, Peconic, N.Y., 2-6-0, 5,836. 
27, Diane Parker, Walnut, Calif., 5-3-0, 5,833. 
28, Karla Engh, Sioux Falls, S.D., 3-5-0, 5,832. 
29, Allison Jones, Roseville, Calif., 2-6-0, 5,791. 
30, Amber Lester, North Pole, Alaska, 4-4-0, 5,764. 
31, Michelle Spratford, Hopelawn, N.J., 2-6-0, 5,750. 
32, Nikki Lewandowski, Buffalo, N.Y., 1-7-0, 5,668. 


-Pluhowsky, Hoffman Top Qualifying In USA Bowling National Amateur Championships

01/09/2003 - Bowling Newsline
      RENO, Nev. -- Defending women's U.S. Amateur Champion Shannon Pluhowsky, Phoenix, and 1999 men's titlist Bill Hoffman, Columbus, Ohio, used strong performances Wednesday night to earn top spots after the qualifying rounds in the USA Bowling National Amateur Championships at the National Bowling Stadium.

      Pluhowsky, a 20-year-old student at the University of Nebraska, rolled 1,300 for six games for a 4,911 overall total, a 204 average for 24 games. She was 130 pins ahead of previous leader Stacy Werth, Rocklin, Calif.; who had 4,781. Ranae Janssen, Sioux Falls, S.D., was third with 4,651 followed by two-time Team USA member Lisa Duenow, Mound, Minn., at 4,642 and Team USA 2002 member Jennifer Petrick, Canton, Ohio, at 4,622.

      Hoffman, 27-year-old amateur bowler, had 1,360 to finish at 5,126, a 213 average. In second place was first-day leader Robbie Spigner, Vernon Hills, Calif., with 5,072. Junior Team USA member Mike Remaklus, Florissant, Mo., was third at 4,905 followed by Team USA 1987 member Rick Graham, Lancaster, Pa., at 4,889 and Steve Patterson, Orange Beach, Ala., at 4,874.

      Nearly 200 of the best amateur bowlers in the United States originally were entered in the quest to earn spots on Team USA 2003. They rolled 24 qualifying games 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.

      Wednesday's 24-game qualifying results in the 2003 USA Bowling National Amateur Championships at the National Bowling Stadium. The top 32 in each division advanced to match play beginning Thursday:
WOMEN
1, Shannon Pluhowsky, Phoenix, 4,911. 
2, Stacy Werth, Rocklin, Calif., 4,781. 
3, Ranae Janssen, Sioux Falls, S.D., 4,651. 
4, Lisa Duenow, Mound, Minn., 4,642. 
5, Jennifer Petrick, Canton, Ohio, 4,622. 
6, Jennifer Wright, West Columbia, S.C., 4,616. 
7, Anita Manns, Austin, Texas, 4,600. 
8, Diandra Hyman, Dyer, Ind., 4,591. 
9, Olivia Sandham, Boulder, Colo., 4,588. 
10, Lucy Sandelin, Tampa, Fla., 4,530. 
11, Amanda Burgoyne, Newport, Minn., 4,529. 
12, Kimberly Hunn, Chandler, Ariz., 4,505. 
13, Kaleena Henning, North Platte, Neb., 4,484. 
14, Jeanette Menacho, Sacramento, Calif., 4,462. 
15, Christine Munsie, Schererville, Ind., 4,459. 
16, Joy Esterson, Morehead, Ky., 4,459. 
17, Megan Larson, McKinney, Texas, 4,458. 
18, Leigh McPherson, Tempe, Ariz., 4,447. 
19, Christine Couvillon, Denham Springs, La., 4,428. 
20, Kristal Scott, Painesville, Ohio, 4,420. 
21, Stacey Bokina, Peconic, N.Y., 4,405. 
22, Allison Jones, Roseville, Calif., 4,390. 
23, Jennifer Murphy, Helotes, Texas, 4,390. 
24, Kari Schwager, Lincoln, Neb., 4,383. 
25, Debbie Kuhn, Baltimore, 4,381. 
26, Katie Verbil, Wichita, Kan., 4,370. 
27, Karla Engh, Sioux Falls, S.D., 4,362. 
28, Diane Parker, Walnut, Calif., 4,346. 
29, Michelle Spratford, Hopelawn, N.J., 4,291. 
30, Nikki Lewandowski, Buffalo, N.Y., 4,286. 
31, Jocelyn Stutz, Cheektowaga, N.Y., 4,279. 
32, Amber Lester, North Pole, Alaska, 4,276. 
33, Jennifer Driggs, Salt Lake City, Utah, 4,273. 
34, Debra Slusser, Rapid City, S.D., 4,267. 
35, Leslie Shelton, Houston, 4,257. 
36, Melissa Stewart, Port St. Lucie, Fla., 4,257. 
37, Karlene Welty, Calhoun, Ga., 4,256. 
38, April Ellis, Pikeville, Ky., 4,249. 
39, Candace Golding, Acton, Calif., 4,247. 
40, Erin Dugan, Austin, Texas, 4,244. 
41, Danielle Tchir, Endicott, N.Y., 4,237. 
42, Brandi Wolfe, Tempe, Ariz., 4,232. 
43, Leslie Coleman, Danville, Va., 4,218. 
44, Jodie Mustin, Fort Walton Beach, Fla., 4,213. 
45, Jennifer Marmo, North Babylon, N.Y., 4,209. 
46, Brandi Hostetler, Boise, Idaho, 4,207. 
47, Karen Sookikian, Danville, Calif., 4,204. 
48, Lisa Beeksma, Pensacola, Fla., 4,199. 
49, Terri Ward, Loveland, Colo., 4,187. 
50, Tanya Fields, Henderson, Nev., 4,179. 
51, Sue Sansone, Tucson, Ariz., 4,173. 
52, Nichole DePaul, Greendale, Wis., 4,162. 
53, Toni Mula, Alamogordo, NM, 4,151. 
54, Joan Reilly, Sneads Ferry, N.C., 4,144. 
55, Krystal Buenaventura, Boise, Idaho, 4,132. 
56, Gloria Gramling, Grain Valley, Mo., 4,097. 
57, Maria Bacos, Lakewood, Calif., 4,070. 
58, JoAnn Bridges, Hoover, Ala., 4,052. 
59, Norma Herrera, Anchorage, Alaska, 4,011. 
60, Sunni Hearin, Tacoma, Wash., 3,958. 
61, Christine Odekirk, Oak Creek, Wis., 3,926. 
62, Anita Hawkins, Seattle, 3,882. 
63, Jamie Curley, Holbrook, N.Y., 3,830. 
64, Laurie Lombardi, Skowhegan, Maine, 3,772. 
65, Melissa Slatky, York, Pa., 3,523. 
66, Laura Beaudet (WD), Hyde Park, Mass., 2,012. 

MEN
1, Bill Hoffman, Columbus, Ohio, 5,126. 
2, Robby Spigner, Vernon Hills, Ill., 5,072. 
3, Michael Remaklus, Florissant, Mo., 4,905. 
4, Rick Graham, Lancaster, Pa., 4,889. 
5, Steve Patterson, Orange Beach, Ala., 4,874. 
6, Dino Castillo, Irving, Texas, 4,873. 
7, David Haynes, Las Vegas, Nev., 4,825. 
8, Jason Lower, Beaverton, Ore., 4,810. 
9, Samuel Lantto, Eden Prairie, Minn., 4,788. 
10, Eric Cox, San Diego, Calif., 4,785. 
11, Royce Rusher, Tulsa, Okla., 4,777. 
12, Vernon Peterson, Dearborn Hts., Mich., 4,776. 
13, Scott Pohl, Eagan, Minn., 4,761. 
14, Andrew Ueland, Fresno, Calif., 4,750. 
15, Rhino Page, Wichita, Kan., 4,748. 
16, Dave Schick, Fargo, N.D., 4,721. 
17, Tim Mack, Garfield, N.J., 4,711. 
18, Andrew Cain, Tempe, Ariz., 4,709. 
19, Jason Sterner, Jonesboro, Ga., 4,697. 
20, Nick Smith, Canyon Country, Calif., 4,694. 
21, Brian Valenta, Lockport, Ill., 4,683. 
22, Richard Fairley, Jr., Lynchburg, Va., 4,677. 
23, George Gohagan III, Trotwood, Ohio, 4,672. 
24, Jim Lang, Hartshorne, Okla., 4,671. 
25, Ivan Miyasato, Aiea, Hawaii, 4,670. 
26, Nick Black, Price, Utah, 4,669. 
27, Steve Villanueva, Brisbane, Calif., 4,661. 
28, Edward Smaglik, West Lafayette, Ind., 4,660. 
29, Doane Cole, Murrieta, Calif., 4,644. 
30, David Mitchell, Jonhnstown, Pa., 4,641. 
31, Jeff Robertson, Tempe, Ariz., 4,633. 
32, Paul Enright, Las Vegas, Nev., 4,627. 
33, Sean Rash, Anchorage, Alaska, 4,621. 
34, Jay Futrell, Wichita, Kan., 4,615. 
35, Nathan Bohr, Wichita, Kan., 4,610. 
36, John Eiss, Orono, Minn., 4,609. 
37, Tony Manna, Omaha, Neb., 4,607. 
38, George Palumbo, Henderson, Nev., 4,606. 
39, Chris Forry, Fairfield, Conn., 4,604. 
40, P.J. Haggerty, Weimar, Calif., 4,602. 
41, John Prokopec, Dacula, Ga., 4,598. 
42, Michael Mullin, Congers, N.Y., 4,596. 
43, Chuck Groat, Kearns, Utah, 4,595. 
44, Derek Eoff, Lincoln, Neb., 4,595. 
45, Mike Rose, Jr., Rochester, N.Y., 4,593. 
46, Jason Rasinske, Lansing, Mich., 4,591. 
47, Levi Slocum, Baldwin Park, Calif., 4,590. 
48, Aaron Howard, Westminster, Colo., 4,582. 
49, Chuck Tillman, White Hall, Md., 4,579. 
50, Chris Klerk, Mesa, Ariz., 4,578. 
51, Marty Bedford, Gasport, N.Y., 4,574. 
52, Phil Campit, Daly City, Calif., 4,571. 
53, David Wehrly, Tucson, Ariz., 4,556. 
54, Alex Cavagnaro, North Massapequa, N.Y., 4,548. 
55, Joseph Ramsdell III, Canaan, Maine, 4,537. 
56, Steve Kloempken, Ogden, Utah, 4,533. 
57, Mike Skillman, Jackson, N.J., 4,531. 
58, Bryan Komornik, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., 4,524. 
59, Kris Netherton, Sacramento, Calif., 4,522. 
60, Steve LaFave, Virginia Beach, Va., 4,518. 
61, Mark French, Ventura, Calif., 4,511. 
62, Jason Elliott, Lawrence, Kan., 4,500. 
63, Tony Yarbrough, Strafford, Mo., 4,495. 
64, Skip Sansone, Tucson, Ariz., 4,484. 
65, Mike Burgess Jr., Rodeo, Calif., 4,477. 
66, Ken Liedes, Kenai, Alaska, 4,475. 
67, Kevin Dornberger, Sioux Falls, S.D., 4,474. 
68, Jason Kaiser, West Allis, Wis., 4,472. 
69, Mark Sullivan, Indianapolis, Ind., 4,469. 
70, Robert Harvey, Boise, Idaho, 4,466. 
71, Jamie Kaiser, Grove City, Ohio, 4,450. 
72, Keith Ubert, Hays, Kan., 4,444. 
73, Kirk Anderson, San Jose, Calif., 4,443. 
74, Steve Burger, Decatur, Ill., 4,442. 
75, Paul Aldrich, Buffalo, N.Y., 4,441. 
76, Dave Mackowiak, West Mifflin, Pa., 4,439. 
77, Bill Leach, Gadsden, Ala., 4,438. 
78, Scott How, Wichita, Kan., 4,428. 
79, Matt Burley, Tempe, Ariz., 4,419. 
80, John Orosz, Montclair, N.J., 4,405. 
81, Michael Missett, Milton, Vt., 4,404. 
82, Anthony Delahanty, Lake Oswego, Ore., 4,400. 
83, Brad Kellam, Clarksville, Ky., 4,398. 
84, Les Burnham, Irving, Texas, 4,395. 
85, Gino Catenacci, Dallas, 4,393. 
86, Skip Pavone, San Jose, Calif., 4,388. 
87, Scott Gardner, Garland, Texas, 4,388. 
88, Kyle O'Hara, Chico, Calif., 4,386. 
89, Adam Dugan, Austin, Texas, 4,384. 
90, Frank Russell Jr, Charleston, W.Va., 4,383. 
91, David Atwood, Sparks, Nev., 4,382. 
92, Will Perry, Pflugerville, Texas, 4,379. 
93, Jeff Monzella, Boise, Idaho, 4,376. 
94, Jason Craigen, Mesa, Ariz., 4,374. 
95, Patrick King, Yankton, S.D., 4,373. 
96, Drew Knudson, Kansas City, Mo., 4,373. 
97, Anthony Crudup, Tampa, Fla., 4,360. 
98, Phillip Craddock, Virginia Beach, Va., 4,341. 
99, Chuck Anderson, Bedford, Texas, 4,333. 
100, Dale Lee, Brandon, Fla., 4,331. 
101, Kyle Hartzell, Easton, Pa., 4,324. 
102, Joseph Alalay, Fremont, Calif., 4,310. 
103, Mat Henning, North Platte, Neb., 4,293. 
104, Christian  Alderucci, Port Jefferson, N.Y., 4,292. 
105, Dennis Tchir, Endicott, N.Y., 4,287. 
106, Alex Sala, Redwood City, Calif., 4,277. 
107, Jeffrey Mersch, Orlando, Fla., 4,274. 
108, Chris Tuskowski, Fort Atkinson, Wis., 4,261. 
109, Victor Meyerhoff, San Francisco, 4,254. 
110, Tom Nassar, Bedford, Texas, 4,250. 
111, Richard Fulton Jr., Whitman, Mass., 4,242. 
112, Jason Carrillo, Montebello, Calif., 4,239. 
113, Chris Reser, Marquette, Mich., 4,234. 
114, Mark Adams II, Muncie, Ind., 4,221. 
115, Vito Genova, Franklin Square, N.Y., 4,218. 
116, Chris Porcello, Carson City, Nev., 4,211. 
117, Philipp Hudak, Columbia, S.C., 4,188. 
118, Johnny Bryan, Silverdale, Wash., 4,177. 
119, Steve Heatherly, Antioch, Tenn., 4,175. 
120, Michael Sinek, Oderton, Md., 4,165. 
121, Stan Moore, North Highlands, Calif., 4,157. 
122, Josh Harper, Hopkinsville, Ky., 4,149. 
123, Scott Slocum, Baldwin Park, Calif., 4,132. 
124, Michael Slatky, York, Pa., 4,127. 
125, Robert Matera, Cameron, N.C., 4,091. 
126, James Locicero, Fremont, Calif., 4,072.0
127, Ronald Wong, Hayward, Calif., 3,945. 
128, Justin Rader, Sarepta, La., 3,894. 
129, George Eckmann Jr., Rio Linda, Calif., 3,858. 
130, Pablo Martinez, Visalia, Calif., 3,833. 
131, Chris Bundy, Tacoma, Wash., 3,635. 
132, Scott Huther, Madison, Ala., 2,859. 
133, Richard Watts (WD), Colorado Springs, Colo., 999.



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