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BWSTA 2003 Team Classic

Kentucky Lake     October 11-12, 2003

      

1st Place Winners Jack Hayes & Ralph Knepper, 2003 BWSTA Team Classic
1st Place 519 VS Ranger Boat Powered by Mercury worth $38,000.00

              

Draw Boat Winners Terry McCormick & Benny Stearman
(Natasha Oxford drew out the lucky number 88, pictured with Benny)

Draw Boat 155 Ranger Boat Powered by Mercury worth $18,000.00
(drawing after second day weigh-in must be present to win)

2003 Team Classic Results Top 25 Winners

PLACE BOAT DIV TEAM CITY TOTALF TOTAL AMOUNT
1 80 3 JACK HAYS-RALPH KNEPPER HILLSBORO-KIRKWOOD MO 10 27.72 $40,260.00
  2004 519 VS RANGER FULLY RIGGED WITH 200 MERCURY MOTOR $38,000.00    
2 54 8 TONY WATERS-SCOT MCINTYRE SPRINGFIELD-MT ZION IL 9 18.62 $5,650.00
3 34 7 KEITH CLOE-CHUCK GARDNER SESSER-W FRANKFORT IL 8 18.11 $2,825.00
4 124 7 TAD-CHRIS RICHARDS MARYLAND HGTS-ST LOUIS MO 8 17.80 $2,260.00
5 1 7 RON FLETCHER-BOB WILKAS THOMPSONVILLE IL 6 16.29 $2,034.00
6 184 7 MIKE WILLIAMS-BRIAN UPTON OFALLON-OLD MONROE MO 6 14.44 $1,695.00
7 35 7 JEFF-BOB REHMER GRAVOIS MILLS-WARSAW MO 7 14.36 $1,130.00
8 30 5 MONTY-JON CORDRAY PEVELY MO 7 14.32 $904.00
9 25 7 DON-DENNIS MCFETRIDGE ST CHARLES-ST LOUIS MO 7 14.16 $791.00
10 143 4 C HARDIN-E BRUGGENSCHMIDT WINSLOW-CHANDLER IN 6 13.78 $678.00
11 67 9 STEVE HAUSER-NEIL STOUT ST CHARLES MN-ONALASKA WI 6 13.35 $565.00
12 178 3 STEVE-TONY CHIAURRO ST CHARLES-OVERLAND MO 5 13.19 $508.50
13 6 13 LARRY LEONARD-J SCHNEEBUR CLINTON IA 6 12.92 $452.00
14 148 3 ANTHONY DODD-RAY SKINNER CAIRO MO 6 12.63 $395.50
15 157 11 MIKE-LARRY GLENN MT VERNON IL 5 12.54 $339.00
16 11 6 KEVIN STONITSCH-J BLEDSOE CAMDENTON MO 7 12.46 $282.50
17 48 13 STEVE-TOM IVES ROCKFORD IL 7 12.30 $282.50
18 32 4 JERRY-BILL PENROD NORRIS CITY-HARRISBURG IL 4 11.68 $226.00
19 117 3 CHARLIE KUNKEL-M TUCKER PERRY MO 5 11.61 $226.00
20 119 4 VAN-RONNIE SIRESS BENTON KY 5 11.60 $226.00
21 21 11 JEFF FARMER-GENE MILLER SESSER IL 5 11.57 PRIZES
22 235 7 JIM ROST-PAT CREIGHTON DALGREN-WAYNE CITY IL 5 11.33 PRIZES
23 81 2 DANNY JOHNSTON-R LUTZEN WARSAW MO 5 11.30 PRIZES
24 206 7 MIKE GOESSMANN-LON BOWLIN SESSER IL 4 10.99 PRIZES
25 40 13 SCOTT FORD-RANDY BEARD GENESCO IL 6 10.95 PRIZES
             
    1ST DAY BIG BASS WINNERS        
             
1ST B-B   LONNIE BOWLIN SESSER IL   4.54 $2,260.00
2ND B-B   JACK HAYES  HILLSBORO MO   4.37 $1,130.00
             
    2ND DAY BIG BASS WINNERS        
             
1ST B-B   MARK STEWART ST CHARLES MO   5.74 $2,260.00
2ND B-B   MIKE GLENN MT VERNON IL   4.85 $1,130.00
             
    DRAW BOAT WINNERS            2004 155 RANGER FULLY RIGGED WITH 75 MERCURY  
             
D-B 88   T MCCORMICK-B STEARMAN GRANITE CITY IL-ST PETERS MO     $18,000.00
             
    BWSTA RANGER CUP WINNERS        
             
1ST     TONY WATERS-SCOT MCINTYRE SPRINGFIELD-MT ZION IL     $1,000.00
2ND     STEVE-TOM IVES ROCKFORD IL     $660.00
             
    WEIGH-IN WINNERS $660.00        
             
    BILL HERRON-BILL BERNET CAMBRIA-CARTERVILLE IL     $660.00
             
    DRAWING $660.00        
             
    T MCCORMICK-B STEARMAN GRANITE CITY IL-ST PETERS MO     $660.00
             
    GARMIN WINNERS        
             
    DAVID RAMSEY-FRED BREWER MULKEYTOWN-ROYALTON IL     2 GARMIN UNITS
             
    SOLAR BAT WINNERS        
             
    RICK-JEFF STEINMEYER PERRY MO     $660.00
             
    MOTORGUIDE TOP POINT TEAM WINNERS      
             
    RON FLETCHER-BOB WILKAS THOMPSONVILLE IL     $2,000.00
             
    TOP POINT TEAM WINNERS        
               
DIV 1   KEVIN STONITSCH-J BLEDSOE CAMDENTON MO     $330.00
DIV 2   JIM BELCHER-DAVE EPEMA ASHLAND-JEFF CITY MO     $330.00
DIV 4   RON FLETCHER-BOB WILKAS THOMPSONVILLE IL     $330.00
DIV 6   KEVIN STONITSCH-J BLEDSOE CAMDENTON MO     $330.00
DIV 7   RON FLETCHER-BOB WILKAS THOMPSONVILLE IL     $330.00
DIV 8   MIKE-STEVE PECK LOVINGTON-ARTHUR IL     $330.00
DIV 9   GARY SCHREINER-R MILLER ROCKFORD IL     $330.00
DIV 10   FREDDIE COX JR-L FULTON ST CLAIR-BONNE TERRE MO     $330.00
DIV 11   RON FLETCHER-BOB WILKAS THOMPSONVILLE IL     $330.00
DIV 12   KEVIN-RANDY TUNE BREESE IL     $330.00
DIV 13   LARRY LEONARD-J SCHNEEBUR CLINTON IA     $330.00
DIV 15   LARRY PENNEKAMP-C LEIBFRI BLK RIVER FLS-ONALASKA WI     $330.00
DIV 16   MIKE FOREE-DALE COX BEAUFORT-ST CLAIR MO     $330.00
DIV 18   JIM BARTLETT-RICKY YORK HARRISONVILLE MO     $330.00
DIV 19   MITCH GOSHA-STEVE POWERS HERRIN-MURPHYSBORO IL     $330.00
             
      2003 BWSTA TEAM CLASSIC GIVE AWAY PRIZES     $5,000.00
             
    LUCKY CRAFT LURES-SOLAR BAT SUNGLASSES-MERCURY MARINE-GARMIN-PLEASE RELEASE ME
             
             
    TOTAL PAYBACK CASH & PRIZES       $102,100.00

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BASS WORLD SPORTS
2003 TEAM CLASSIC

$102,000! CASH & PRIZES

Kentucky Lake, October 11-12, 2003 - The Bass World Sports Tournament Association (BWSTA) 2003 Classic was once again held on one of the most productive bass fisheries in the nation, Kentucky Lake. Kentucky Lake was chosen because it represented a neutral tournament site for the Classic and because of its reputation as an exceptional fishery that can both reward the hard working fishermen and frustrate even the most experienced angler. Another great advantage in going to Kentucky Lake is the physical size of the fishery. The huge size of the Kentucky Lake when paired with its neighbor Barkley is very conducive to hosting large tournaments and gives every team plenty of areas to fish without being crowded. The vast and varied watershed presents almost every type fishing condition that a fisherman could want so that all fishermen have a chance to fish to their strengths. This was the 7th time in 20 years that BWSTA held its classic on Kentucky Lake.
Living up to its reputation, BWSTA once again held one of the largest classics in the nation as 226 teams attended the "Classic" after successfully qualifying through a tough tournament schedule in the 2003 season. Most of the top buddy teams in the Midwest fish the BWSTA events and it is quite an accomplishment for any team to qualify for the Classic! The 450+ anglers were fishing for a first place prize of a fully equipped 2004 Ranger 519 VS Boat equipped with 200HP Mercury Outboard, Garmin electronics, Wholesale Batteries of Missouri, and a MotorGuide trolling motor, valued at $38,000! In all, anglers were fishing for over $102,000 in cash and prizes! Also, some lucky team was going to walk away with a draw boat consisting of a fully equipped 2004 Ranger Cherokee 155 fully rigged with a 75 HP Mercury motor, Garmin electronics, a MotorGuide trolling motor, and Wholesale Batteries of Missouri valued at $18,000! The competition for the two days was outstanding and fitting for an event this size. As usual, several teams figured out the tough conditions and when the smoke cleared a new BWSTA Classic Champion had been crowned!

CLASSIC TOURNAMENT SUMMARY

Fishing conditions and success would have had to be rated as "average" leading up to the event and became even tougher during the two-day tournament. The lake was about 4-5 feet low and the water temperatures were in the low to mid 60s. Fair skies greeted the large field and typical feast or famine fall fishing conditions greeted the anxious anglers! According to how tough Kentucky Lake can get in the fall the fishing would still have earned the "fairly good fishing" rating for the two competition days but not many anglers could boat more than 2-3 keepers overall. On Day 1, 8 teams were able to bring the five fish limit to the scales but only 3 teams were able to limit out on Day 2. Not surprisingly, 2 of the 3 teams that brought in limits on Day 2 finished high on the money list. Only the winning team of Jack Hayes and Ralph Knepper were able to catch limits on both days. This enabled them to move up from a fourth place tie and win it all! As happens in many two day tournaments, the Day 1 leaders stumbled on Day 2 and were only able to bring in 1 fish on Sunday and dropped to 5th place. The most consistent team overall was the team of Tony Waters and Scott McIntyre who finished in 2nd place after the final bell. They brought 5 fish to scales on Saturday to rest in 2nd place and 4 fish on Sunday to hold onto their 2nd place standings. The real movers on Day 2 were the team of Keith Cloe and Chuck Gardner. Keith and Chuck only brought 3 fish to the scales on Saturday and stood in 31st place, seemly out of the hunt for a check. They made a great Day 2 comeback with a 12.65 lb. limit that vaulted them to a 3rd place finish. As the final team weighed in, the totals showed that 158 teams out of the 226 weighed in keeper fish during the two-day tournament. The day by day breakdown showed that 283 fish crossed the scales on Saturday and 175 keepers showed up on Sunday.

                                                                         FIRST PLACE

The first place team of Jack Hayes from Hillsboro, Mo. and Ralph Knepper of Kirkwood, Mo. were more than up to the task of staying on fish and handling the pressure of "Classic Competition". As you know Kentucky Lake is so big that fishermen can find their favorite water types and conditions if they look long enough but then finding active fish in a given area is the key. Jack and Ralph look like the perfect team on paper with Jack listing his favorite lake as Mark Twain and Ralph listing his favorite lake as Bull Shoals. In this team you have expertise in clear water and deep fishing associated with Bull Shoals along with the expertise to fish the shallow, murky type conditions normally associated with Mark Twain. By being a versatile team, Hayes and Knepper could keep an open mind and fish the type conditions that were producing at the time of the Classic rather than being limited to a certain favorite condition. In the end the "Mark Twain" experience paid the biggest dividends.
Day 1
Hayes and Knepper exploited a spinnerbait pattern to win the tournament. On Day 1 they able to boat a good limit of fish that weighed 11.33 pounds and ended the day tied for fourth place. Although they were in fourth place the odds of pulling off a win seemed somewhat long because they were over 3 pounds behind the leading team and the fish they were catching, while keepers, only averaged 2.26 pounds. Although they did show their water held big fish by capturing 2nd big bass of the day with a 4.37 pound bass, they had their work cut out for them on Day 2. Unless the teams above them stumbled, they would need a much heavier stringer on Day 2 to have a chance for the win.
Day 2
As it turned out, both things that Jack and Ralph needed to happen did unfold perfectly and happened on Day 2. The teams tied with them or above them were not able to repeat their Day 1 performance and Jack and Ralph were able to bring in the heaviest limit of the tournament. The leading team from Day 1 was only able to boat 1 keeper and dropped to fifth place. The second place team could only bring 4 small fish to the scales but held on to second place while the third place team only brought 3 small fish to the scales and dropped to fourth place overall. The team tied with them blanked on Day 2 and fell out of contention.
Jack and Ralph weren’t aware that the other teams above them were struggling on Day 2 and did what you have to do, catch a limit big enough to pass the teams above you and give yourself a chance to win. As it turned out, the combination of going out and catching a big stringer along with troubles of the other Day 1 contenders turned a close race into a rout!
Knepper and Hayes brought five quality fish to the scales on Day 2 weighing 16.39 pounds, for an average weight of 3.28 pounds! They were the only team to weigh in limit on both days (out of 226 teams.) and ended up passing everyone and winning by over 9 pounds with a final tally of 27.72 lbs.! A 9 pound margin of victory is almost unheard of in Classic level of competition and especially over a two day tournament!
Ralph and Jack stayed out on the main lake and exploited a very shallow spinnerbait pattern. They threw a homemade spinnerbait in a white color. The key to catching their fish was to stay in "murky" water and fish stump beds that they found in 2-5 feet of water. The areas where they caught most of their fish also had a few weeds mixed in with the stumps.
This great come back and a sterling performance on Day 2, in a pressure packed atmosphere, netted the team over $40,000 in cash and prizes for the tournament! When the "smoke cleared", Jack and Ralph were headed for home pulling a brand new first place prize of a fully equipped 2004
Ranger 519 VS Boat equipped with 200HP Mercury Outboard, Garmin electronics, Wholesale Batteries of Missouri, and a MotorGuide trolling motor, valued at $38,000!

SECOND PLACE

In a one-day tournament luck can and many times does play a big role. Many tournaments are won by lucking out and pulling up to right place at the right time and "busting" a big stringer of bass. Any one can catch a big stringer once in while but not many teams can go out and do it two days in a row. You can watch the weekend tournaments at any major lake and rarely does the team that won the Saturday tournament repeat their performance and come back and win another tournament on Sunday. It is a rare team that can even put decent stringers back to back, especially under "Classic" pressure. In a two-day tournament, luck tends to even things out and consistency usually wins the tournament.
Day 1
Tony Waters of Springfield, IL and Scott McIntyre of Decatur, IL proved that consistency will take home checks more often than not. Tony and Scott stood in second place after Day 1 as a result of bringing in a solid 5 five limit of bass that weighed 12.04 pounds. They were almost 3 pounds behind the leaders and had several teams behind them that could easily pass them in the standings if they faltered. Waters and McIntyre went out and did what they had to do and that was boat a decent stringer of fish to go with good Day 1 performance and make the other teams behind you do the same.
Day 2
On Day 2 Scott and Tony brought in 4 fish that weighed 6.58 pounds to give them a two-day total of 18.62 pounds. That total weight was in fact good enough to overtake the Day 1 leader and hold off all the teams that were behind them except for the eventual tournament winning team, which brought in 16.49 pounds and moved up from 4th place to win it all. Not surprisingly, Tony and Scott were on the exact same pattern that the winning team was. Tony and Scott stayed on the South end of Kentucky Lake and caught their fish very shallow in less than 5 feet of water. Like the overall winners, they threw white spinnerbaits but also added a white buzz bait and at times threw a black/blue jig. At the time, they probably felt failing to boat a limit was going to cost them some dollars at the weigh-in but in fact they would have had to have a "kicker" fish over 9 pounds to have pulled out a win! Except for the winning team, they were the only team able to bring as many as 9 keepers to the scales. As a reward for this outstanding two-day performance, Tony and Scott took home a great check for $5,650!
Tony Waters is sponsored by Midwest Marine, Ranger Boats, Mercury Marine, Mad Dog Lures and Falcon Rods. Lakeside Boat & Motors, Ranger Boats, Mercury Marine, RC Jigs, and Falcon Rods sponsor Scott McIntyre.

THIRD PLACE

Winning money in a two-day tournament under "Classic" pressure is hard enough when you are on fish and your pattern holds up for the two days. As stated above it is very difficult to bring a good sack of fish to the scales on the second day of competition, even when you a following a good performance on Day 1. It is even harder to make an adjustment under tournament pressure when Day 1 seemingly left you out of the running. This is exactly what Keith Cloe of Sesser, IL and Chuck Gardner of Frankfort, IL were able to do! Keith and Chuck made the biggest move of the tournament on Day 2.
On Day 1, Cloe and Gardner could only manage 3 keepers that tipped the scales to 5.46 pounds which left them standing in 31st place, seemingly out of the hunt for a good check. The odds of passing all the teams above you for a high finish are very long indeed! After a very disappointing performance on Day 1, many teams would have just gone through the motions on Day 2 and wrote the tournament off to experience. On Day 2 Cloe and Gardner "danced with the one that brought them" and continued to exploit a pattern that was different than any of the other top 6 teams’ patterns. Keith and Chuck went relatively deep for their fish to boat a solid second day limit that weighed 12.65 pounds. They fished ledges around the mid-lake area that were in 8-18 feet of water. They both threw black/blue 7/16 ounce jigs tipped with blue/red super chunk trailers. Chuck and Keith ended the tournament with 8 keepers overall that weighed 18.11 pounds which was good enough for a third place finish and a great check for $2,825.  Cloe Chiropractic and Rend Lake Sporting Goods sponsor both Keith Cloe and Chuck Gardner.

FOURTH PLACE

Tad and Chris Richards of Maryland Heights, MO captured 4th place and a very nice check for $2260. Tad and Chris were able to bring 8 fish to the scales over the two-day classic that tipped the scales to 17.80 lbs. Tad and Chris caught all their fish on 3/8 ounce fire tiger colored crankbaits. They were able to weigh in a solid five fish limit on Saturday that weighed 11.54 pounds and stood in third place, ready to make a move on Sunday. As can happen, they only brought in 3 fish on Sunday that weighed 6.26 pounds and dropped down to 4th place. Tad indicated that they put in lots of practice days and really located their active fish by trial and error. All the fish they boated were related to points and came from about 3 feet of water. They stayed in Kentucky Lake and fished the "mid-lake" area. Tad Richards is sponsored by Ranger Boats, Tri-State Trolling Motor Repair, Lowrance, C-Sports Optical and Pradco. Tad also commented that Kentucky Lake is a good lake for holding a tournament this large!

FIFTH PLACE

Ron Fletcher and Bob Wilkas, fishing out of Thompsonville, IL, finished in 5th place and earned another nice check for $2034. You would think that winning $2034 would make anyone happy but Ron and Bob were probably lamenting the fact that the tournament was theirs to win with just a little luck. On day one they brought in the heavy stringer weighing 14.96 lbs. but were only able to bring in one small keeper on Sunday that brought their final weight to 16.29 lbs. Ron and Bob caught all their fish on a spinnerbait pattern on the North end of the lake. They found this pattern during pre-fishing days and refined it to the use of white Samson’s Spinnerbait and caught their keepers out of 5 feet of water .Ron Fletcher and Bob Wilkas are sponsored by Samson’s Lures, Gray Marine, Bobbi Jo's, and R S Baits.

SIXTH PLACE

Mike Williams from O’Fallon, MO and Brian Upton from Old Monroe, MO wound up in sixth place overall and took home a very good check for $1,695. After Day 1, Mike and Brian stood in 9th place based on a 4 fish weighing 9.39 pounds. Although the two were only able to boat 2 keepers weighing 5.05 pounds on Day 2, it brought their total weight to 14.44 lbs. and was good enough to move them up to 6th place overall. This 3 place move netted them almost a $1,000 bigger check than if they had settled for 9th place! As with most of the winning teams, Brian and Mike stayed on the main lake and worked a shallow pattern. All their fish came out of 6 foot of murky water and came on a combination of a white spinnerbait and a green pumpkin tube.

DRAW BOAT WINNERS

The lucky team composed of Terry McCormick from Granite City, IL and Benny Stearman of St. Peters, MO walked away with the Ranger Cherokee 155 fully rigged with a 75 HP Mercury motor, Garmin electronics, a Motor Guide trolling motor, and Wholesale Batteries valued at $18,000.

BIG BASS – DAY 1

Big Bass on Day 1 was caught by Lonnie Bowlin from Sesser, IL. This 4.54-pound bass was caught on the North end of Barkley on a black and blue jig in about 8-12 feet of clear water. This one nice bass anchored the 24th place stringer and was worth a check for $2260!

2nd Big Bass on Day 1 was caught by Jack Hayes of Hillsboro, Mo as part of the tournament winning stringer and earned Frank an extra $1130. This fish anchored the day 1 fourth place stringer and weighed 4.37 lbs. This bass fell to a homemade white spinnerbait in shallow water. According to Jack the big fish was lying among stumps in 2-5 feet of murky water.

BIG BASS – DAY 2

Big Bass on Day 2 was caught by Mark Stewart from St. Charles, MO. This 5.74 lb. bass was the overall big bass of the tournament and was worth $2260. Mark and his partner caught their fish in a bay just south of the take-off area. The big bass fell for Bass Pro 12-inch worm that was green pumpkin in color. The fish came off a 6 foot deep hump with brush stacked on it. Mark and his partner, Rob Jones from Washington, MO found this spot by studying a map.

2nd Big Bass on Day 2 was caught by Mike Glen from Mt. Vernon, IL and weighed 4.85 pounds and anchored the 15th place stringer. This money-winning bass was also worth a nice check for $1130.

BASS WORLD SPORTS WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE FOLLOWING SPONSORS:

Ranger Boats - Mercury Marine - MotorGuide – Garmin - Ranger Trail - Please Release Me – BWSTA Ranger Cup - Lucky Craft Lures - Solar Bat Sunglasses - RCTackle.com  - Syberg’s Family Restaurants –  Tri-State Trolling Motor Repair - Wholesale Batteries of MO - Belleville Sport Sales – Merten’s Boats & Motors – Nameoki Village Marine

2003 Team Classic Results All Places

PLACE BOAT DIV TEAM CITY FISH1 FISH2 TOTALF DAY1 DAY2 TOTAL BB1D1 BB2D1 BB1D2 BB2D2
1 80 3 JACK HAYS-RALPH KNEPPER HILLSBORO-KIRKWOOD MO 5 5 10 11.33 16.39 27.72 4.37 0.00 4.33 4.11
2 54 8 TONY WATERS-SCOT MCINTYRE SPRINGFIELD-MT ZION IL 5 4 9 12.04 6.58 18.62 3.38 3.03    
3 34 7 KEITH CLOE-CHUCK GARDNER SESSER-W FRANKFORT IL 3 5 8 5.46 12.65 18.11 0.00 0.00 3.71  
4 124 7 TAD-CHRIS RICHARDS MARYLAND HGTS-ST LOUIS MO 5 3 8 11.54 6.26 17.80 0.00 0.00 3.90  
5 1 7 RON FLETCHER-BOB WILKAS THOMPSONVILLE IL 5 1 6 14.96 1.33 16.29 3.84 0.00 0.00 0.00
6 184 7 MIKE WILLIAMS-BRIAN UPTON OFALLON-OLD MONROE MO 4 2 6 9.39 5.05 14.44 3.82      
7 35 7 JEFF-BOB REHMER GRAVOIS MILLS-WARSAW MO 3 4 7 5.42 8.94 14.36        
8 30 5 MONTY-JON CORDRAY PEVELY MO 3 4 7 6.12 8.20 14.32        
9 25 7 DON-DENNIS MCFETRIDGE ST CHARLES-ST LOUIS MO 5 2 7 10.99 3.17 14.16        
10 143 4 C HARDIN-E BRUGGENSCHMIDT WINSLOW-CHANDLER IN 3 3 6 8.16 5.62 13.78 4.17      
11 67 9 STEVE HAUSER-NEIL STOUT ST CHARLES MN-ONALASKA WI 5 1 6 11.16 2.19 13.35        
12 178 3 STEVE-TONY CHIAURRO ST CHARLES-OVERLAND MO 2 3 5 5.78 7.41 13.19 3.92      
13 6 13 LARRY LEONARD-J SCHNEEBUR CLINTON IA 3 3 6 6.39 6.53 12.92 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
14 148 3 ANTHONY DODD-RAY SKINNER CAIRO MO 5 1 6 10.20 2.43 12.63        
15 157 11 MIKE-LARRY GLENN MT VERNON IL 3 2 5 5.26 7.28 12.54 0.00 0.00 4.85  
16 11 6 KEVIN STONITSCH-J BLEDSOE CAMDENTON MO 3 4 7 5.10 7.36 12.46        
17 48 13 STEVE-TOM IVES ROCKFORD IL 5 2 7 8.20 4.10 12.30        
18 32 4 JERRY-BILL PENROD NORRIS CITY-HARRISBURG IL 3 1 4 7.63 4.05 11.68 4.02      
19 117 3 CHARLIE KUNKEL-M TUCKER PERRY MO 2 3 5 4.07 7.54 11.61 0.00 0.00 4.21  
20 119 4 VAN-RONNIE SIRESS BENTON KY 4 1 5 7.54 4.06 11.60 0.00 0.00 4.06  
21 21 11 JEFF FARMER-GENE MILLER SESSER IL 3 2 5 7.62 3.95 11.57 3.17      
22 235 7 JIM ROST-PAT CREIGHTON DALGREN-WAYNE CITY IL 5   5 11.33   11.33        
23 81 2 DANNY JOHNSTON-R LUTZEN WARSAW MO 4 1 5 8.11 3.19 11.30 3.20      
24 206 7 MIKE GOESSMANN-LON BOWLIN SESSER IL 3 1 4 8.92 2.07 10.99 4.54      
25 40 13 SCOTT FORD-RANDY BEARD GENESCO IL 3 3 6 4.80 6.15 10.95        
26 87 7 DENNIS FLAGG-N SINGLETERRY SCHELL CITY MO-DESOTO KS 2 2 4 3.97 6.54 10.51 0.00 0.00 4.42 0.00
27 104 7 TOM CARTER-TIM HUCK HIGH RIDGE-ARNOLD MO 3 2 5 6.16 3.99 10.15        
28 71 7 MONTY AMOS-WINK MITCHELL CAMDENTON-HALFWAY MO 2 3 5 4.46 5.44 9.90        
29 27 7 TERRY BARNETT-R BOWERSOX TIPTON-VERSAILLES MO 3 2 5 5.26 4.50 9.76        
30 97 11 DAN WOODEN-D BORCHERDING MT VERON IL 3 2 5 5.34 4.33 9.67        
31 24 12 PAUL-DANNY STRAUSBAUGH WORDEN-HILLSBORO IL 3 2 5 6.02 3.24 9.26        
32 41 7 JIM ODONNELL-MARK LEASURE OTTAWA-CREST HILL IL 2 3 5 4.20 4.99 9.19        
33 90 4 GREG SIMPSON-C PICKERING HARRISBURG IL 3 2 5 5.49 3.63 9.12        
34 38 9 TOM-ROBERT HOWLAND RICEVILLE-CEDAR FALLS IA 1 4 5 2.09 6.91 9.00        
35 146 11 DAVID-NEIL MCCORD W FRANKFORT IL 3 1 4 7.30 1.62 8.92        
36 194 3 JIM FINCH-D BRANSTETTER DEFIANCE-PERRY MO 1 2 3 3.42 5.48 8.90 3.42      
37 15 7 MARTY MCGUIRE-ALLAN ODOM OSAGE BEACH-CAMDENTON MO 2 2 4 4.81 3.99 8.80        
38 224 7 ANDY HAUSER-TERRY WOOD LACROSSE WI 3 2 5 4.64 3.89 8.53        
39 114 7 TERRY SCHAUBERT- MT VERNON IL 2 2 4 3.64 4.82 8.46        
40 14 16 MIKE FOREE-MARK WILSON BEAUFORT-MINERAL PT MO 2 3 5 3.18 5.18 8.36        
41 154 1 JOE HUGHES-JOHNNIE NEIL S GRAVOIS-ROCKY MOUNT MO 4 1 5 6.79 1.56 8.35        
42 4 10 FREDDIE COX JR-L FULTON ST CLAIR-BONNE TERRE MO 1 2 3 2.76 5.55 8.31 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
43 233 7 DOUG BYRD-TOM SILBER FORISTELL-LABADIE MO 1 3 4 1.78 6.44 8.22        
44 93 6 GREG VOSS-DAN STARK JEFF CITY-ELDON MO 2 4 6 3.89 4.18 8.07        
45 79 7 BILL-TONY ROST DAHLGREN IL 5 1 6 6.05 1.95 8.00        
46 118 2 DOUG VAHRENBERG-DAVE RYAN HIGGINSVILLE-LEVASY MO 1 3 4 2.33 5.57 7.90        
47 89 3 MARK STEWART-ROB JONES ST CHARLES-WASHINGTON MO 0 2 2 0.00 7.85 7.85 0.00 0.00 5.74  
48 106 7 JIM GOLDMAN-CHUCK DOWNEY WAYNE CITY IL 4   4 7.58   7.58        
49 65 8 DOUG DURBIN-BO BROWN DECATUR IL 2 2 4 3.62 3.94 7.56        
50 28 7 LEE SPARKS-SAV GAVRILOVIC SUNRISE BEACH-ST LOUIS MO 3 2 5 5.74 1.62 7.36        
51 8 12 KEVIN-RANDY TUNE BREESE IL 2 1 3 5.24 2.00 7.24 3.65 0.00 0.00 0.00
52 150 8 MARION CORDES-G COMPTON SULLIVAN-MATTOON IL 3   3 7.14   7.14        
53 229 10 SHAWN BATEMAN-R SATTERFEL STRAFFORD-OZARK MO 3 1 4 3.41 3.67 7.08        
54 186 7 KEVIN-BRYAN MUELLER ST PAUL-ST PETERS MO 1 1 2 2.53 4.42 6.95 0.00 0.00 4.42  
55 60 7 JEFF BERNET-DAN MCCLUSKEY CARTERVILLE IL 2 1 3 4.07 2.62 6.69        
56 138 3 GARY MCFETRIDGE-J DUNCAN ST CHARLES-ST LOUIS MO 2 1 3 4.26 2.27 6.53        
57 22 10 GREG BECKER-DON THRALL ST LOUIS-HERMITAGE MO 0 2 2 0.00 6.48 6.48 0.00 0.00 4.17  
58 59 5 JUDY-GARY DENNEY LIVINGSTON IL 2 1 3 4.19 2.22 6.41        
59 228 7 ROB LAMBETH-KEVIN HARRIS RICHLAND MO 0 2 2 0.00 6.41 6.41        
60 77 7 JIM-GLEN YOUNG HOUSE SPRINGS-ROLLA MO 2   2 6.07   6.07 3.48      
61 126 7 NORMAN-JERRY BARNETT N BLOOMFIELD MO-CNSVL IL 2 1 3 4.10 1.96 6.06        
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63 203 1 BOB ROWAN-GARY MONTGOMERY BELLEVILLE IL-ARNOLD MO 2 1 3 4.32 1.64 5.96        
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65 68 4 TOM OXFORD-RICHARD PIGG ELIZABETHTOWN-HARRISBG IL 0 3 3 0.00 5.90 5.90        
66 45 7 MATT GUNTER-J CRAWFORD PITTSBURG-HERMITAGE MO 2 1 3 3.77 2.12 5.89        
67 122 7 BILL TURNER-KEN WISE ST PETERS MO-MT OLIVE IL 0 3 3 0.00 5.73 5.73        
68 144 7 RODNEY LEWIS-JOE ANDERS FENTON-HAZELWOOD MO 0 3 3 0.00 5.72 5.72        
69 120 7 JEFF-JASON FAUST TRENTON-SWANSEA IL 4   4 5.71   5.71        
70 9 8 MIKE-STEVE PECK LOVINGTON-ARTHUR IL 2 1 3 3.27 2.21 5.48        
71 99 15 JOE PEPLINSKI-B BORCHARDT WINONA MN 2   2 5.46   5.46 3.21      
72 10 15 LARRY PENNEKAMP-C LEIBFRI BLK RIVER FLS-ONALASKA WI 3 0 3 5.43 0.00 5.43        
73 26 7 EDDIE KELLY-ROB CRUTCHER ST LOUIS MO 1 2 3 2.00 3.35 5.35        
74 219 7 BRETT KRESS-LARRY ALLEN OFALLON MO 0 2 2 0.00 5.34 5.34        
75 217 11 DAVID RAMSEY-FRED BREWER MULKEYTOWN-ROYALTON IL 3   3 5.23   5.23        
76 192 11 LEWIS SCHWEIZER-G STEELY PINCKNEYVILLE-COUTERVL IL 2   2 5.19   5.19        
77 46 7 AL-RICK CARDEN SULLIVAN-CUBA MO 2   2 5.05   5.05 3.00      
78 70 13 JOHN-STEPHEN KOVAKA WORTH IL 2   2 4.87   4.87        
79 182 7 DENNIS-CHUCK BACON COLUMBIA-SCHELL CITY MO 2   2 4.50   4.50 0.00      
80 2 19 MITCH GOSHA-STEVE POWERS HERRIN-MURPHYSBORO IL 3   3 4.49 0.00 4.49 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
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82 31 13 BILL SUTTON-MARK BEHNKE E DUBUQUE IL-DUBUQUE IA 1 1 2 1.83 2.48 4.31        
83 151 8 LARRY-MYLES REPSCHER TAYLORVILLE IL 2   2 4.14   4.14        
84 51 7 ERIC WILKAS-R GRNDERERSON PRINCETON-DALE IN 2 1 3 3.22 0.82 4.04        
85 102 11 EUGENE MARTIN-SHAWN ROACH BONNIE-HERRIN IL 1 1 2 1.07 2.89 3.96        
86 199 1 CHARLES SMITH-G HOLLANDER OVERLAND-LINN CREEK MO 1   1 3.89   3.89 3.89      
87 129 7 JIMMY-JOE LOWE ST PETERS-FLORISSANT MO 0 2 2 0.00 3.82 3.82        
88 136 4 BRIAN SAMPSON-DOUG BATES GRANTSBURG IL 0 1 1 0.00 3.75 3.75        
89 75 7 RICK SNEATH-GREG LESTER PECATOMIEA-ROCKFORD IL 2   2 3.67   3.67        
90 109 3 MIKE RICHMOND-R BEUTHIEN COLUMBIA-ASHLAND MO 2   2 3.65   3.65        
91 123 3 DON CLEMENT-JIM RICHARDS BALLWIN-OFALLON MO 2   2 3.65   3.65        
92 91 10 DON FARMER-STEVE SNYDER NEVADA MO 2   2 3.63   3.63        
93 141 7 RANDY DOTSON-JEFF REID ELGIN-GENOA IL 2   2 3.57   3.57        
94 185 7 KEVIN HOLMES-ED BERKHOLZ OFALLON MO 0 2 2 0.00 3.47 3.47        
95 103 4 MARION-BRIAN RIDGEWAY PINCKNEYVILLE IL 2   2 3.42   3.42        
96 183 4 GLEN COLLINS-KEITH HARRIS CARRIER MILLS IL 2   2 3.41   3.41        
97 220 1 DENIS POTTER-BOB ERWIN JEFF CITY-BALLWIN MO 2   2 3.41   3.41        
98 96 8 BRYAN WHITE-DAN PARK BARRINGTON-DECATUR IL 1   1 3.40   3.40        
99 221 3 GARY BROOKS-JIM BRUNNER ST LOUIS-OVERLAND MO   2 2 0.00 3.40 3.40        
100 204 4 MIKE STACEY-GENE GRIFFITH HARRISBURG IL 2   2 3.37   3.37        
101 128 2 ROGER SPRINGS-J ODOM III OSAGE BEACH-ST LOUIS MO 1   1 3.35   3.35 3.35      
102 37 12 JIM DOUGHERTY-TOM MIKS COLLINSVILLE-MARYVILLE IL 0 2 2 0.00 3.31 3.31        
103 175 7 JERRY DEJOHN-TOM ROOF OFALLON-TOWN & COUNTY MO 0 1 1 0.00 3.21 3.21        
104 39 5 CHRIS-TIMMY RANDELL ST CHARLES MO 2   2 3.20   3.20        
105 167 7 BOBBY WILLIAMS-B WRIGHT URBANA-HERMITAGE MO 2   2 3.18   3.18        
106 225 7 RAY JONES-DALE LAWSON MANITO IL 1   1 3.18   3.18        
107 53 7 A STRATMANN-RICH JENKINS HIGH RIDGE-BARNHART MO 2   2 3.16   3.16        
108 100 7 LARRY DIVELEY-RYAN VARNER HIGHLAND IL 0 2 2 0.00 3.12 3.12        
109 105 9 J LEUENBERGER-T HEMESATH DECORAH-OSSIAN IA 0 2 2 0.00 3.12 3.12        
110 132 4 MIKE RUSSELL-ROB GARBE BENTON-CALVERT CITY KY 1 0 1 3.03   3.03        
111 188 7 KEVIN FRAZIER-RICK SEEBA ST PETERS MO 2   2 2.99   2.99        
112 200 7 JIM KENDRICK-EUGEN DEVORE LAKE ST LOUIS-ST LOUIS MO 2   2 2.93   2.93        
113 63 7 LARRY TUBES-JESS FORTNEY CEDAR-HIAWATHA IA 1   1 2.89   2.89        
114 234 8 JIM STEVENS-JIM WOOLARY SPRINGFIELD-PAWNEE IL 1   1 2.66   2.66        
115 161 5 GREG-KIM BAALMAN HARDIN IL 1   1 2.58   2.58        
116 17 10 RICK FISHBACK-BILLY LEWIS FAIR GROVE-LONG LANE MO 1   1 2.56   2.56        
117 169 7 JOHN C-JOHN B POLLITT SEDALIA-HUGHESVILLE MO 1   1 2.55   2.55        
118 50 15 ANDY-CHARLES MULLER ONALASKA-TOMAN WI 1 1 2 0.83 1.66 2.49        
119 168 8 AARON-BILL BROWN BLOOMINGTON-TAYLORVLE IL 1 1 2 1.25 1.22 2.47        
120 86 4 KERRY-B J BETZ STONEFORT IL 1   1 2.45 0.00 2.45        
121 127 1 KIRK SYBERT-SCOTT SHELTON ST LOUIS MO 2   2 2.45   2.45        
122 62 7 JOE HILSENHOFF-E HUGGINS BOURBONNAIS IL 1   1 2.41   2.41 2.41      
123 139 1 JOHNNIE NEIL JR-JEF HOLDT ROCKY MOUNT MO 0 1 1 0.00 2.35 2.35        
124 213 19 DELMAR BURLISON-G PERRY GOREVILLE-ANNA IL 1   1 2.33   2.33        
125 82 3 GARY-ERIC GRZYBINSKI FLORISSANT-ST CHARLES MO 1   1 2.30   2.30        
126 94 3 DEE EMBREE-DAN ASBURY MOBERLY MO 1   1 2.28   2.28        
127 163 5 TOM-DEBBIE JASPER ST CHARLES MO 0 1 1 0.00 2.25 2.25 0.00      
128 116 12 MIKE HOFSTETTER-T QUALLS COLUMBIA-SWANSEA IL 1   1 2.19   2.19        
129 52 7 BILL WELLS-DANA DANIELS ROXANA-HARTFORD IL 1   1 2.18   2.18        
130 205 1 TIM-CHERYL VIETH UNION MO 1   1 2.17   2.17        
131 211 7 TIM ERWIN-DAVID RADER UNION MO-EDWARDSVILLE IL 0 1 1 0.00 2.15 2.15        
132 142 7 WIL THOMPSON-D KLEINERT MOMENCE-ST ANNE IL 0 1 1 0.00 2.14 2.14        
133 36 7 STEVE-TOM HOOTS WINCHESTER IL 0 1 1 0.00 2.13 2.13        
134 231 7 RANDALL SUTTER-BILL PREST ST CHARLES MO 1   1 2.10   2.10        
135 160 8 CLINT ROSSER-R MITCHELL BETHALTO-BRIGHTON IL 1   1 2.08   2.08        
136 189 7 JEROLD DUBOIS-GARY POUNDS ARNOLD MO 1   1 2.07   2.07        
137 230 4 ERIC OSBORNE-MATT BRYAN LEDBETTER KY 1   1 2.06   2.06        
138 72 7 CLINT REYBURN-RAY PHILLIP SEDALIA-WARSAW MO 1   1 2.02 0.00 2.02        
139 191 7 FRANK SINN-CHARLIE BOGARD LADUE-ST CHARLES MO 1   1 2.01   2.01        
140 236 7 ROBERT PARKER-L MOORE PATOKA-SHOBONIER IL 1   1 1.98   1.98        
141 98 4 RICHARD STEVENS-TOM DAVIS GALATIA-CARTERVILLE IL 1   1 1.93   1.93        
142 147 7 DON MIDDENDORF-MIKE MOORE WENTZVILLE MO 1   1 1.93   1.93        
143 76 5 JEFF WILSON-DAN OSTHOFF ST CHARLES MO 1   1 1.82   1.82        
144 69 4 TROY-DON ROGERS EVANSVILLE IN 0 1 1 0.00 1.80 1.80        
145 140 1 RANDY SCHANUEL-B CHILDERS CAMDENTON MO 1   1 1.75   1.75        
146 176 15 JAMIE-LONNIE MULLER LACRESENT MN-LAFARGE WI 0 1 1 0.00 1.75 1.75        
147 44 7 SCOT STONITSCH-JD MITCHEL CAMDENTON-OSAGE BEACH MO 1 0 1 1.71   1.71        
148 49 7 DAVID GIESE-SCOT ANDERSON BATAVIA-AURORA IL 1   1 1.67   1.67        
149 20 11 JIM HEWLETT-LARRY MILLER ROYALTON IL 1   1 1.65   1.65        
150 202 2 ROBERT WHITE-MARVIN OLIVE EXCELSIRO SPGS-MACOMB MO 1