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INLAND WATERS LEAGUE. WALWORTH RESULTS

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by oldgahchamp, Mar 9, 2010.

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  1. oldgahchamp

    oldgahchamp Active Member

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    Some warmer weather brought out a larger number of shooters this past weekend at Walworth. Temperature got into the low 40s. The gusty winds made it a little challenging for some of us. High team scores were: Lima 240x250, Newark 238x250, Mendon 233x250. Ed Ciccoline and Justin Slater broke the only 50s, their first in the league. Tim Herbstsommer won the Stein trophy with 49, and Patti Scoon won the Hayes trophy with 46. Shane Rodas broke his first 25. Bruce Vande won the Beikirch gift certificate and Don Alderson won the 50/50. Remember, you will need 8 shoots BEFORE the trophy shoot in May. There are 2 shoots left before that if you need to make up 1 or 2 shoots. Next shoot, Mendon March 20 & 21. These 50 and 60+ degree days are sure a welcome change. See you at Mendon. Larry Evans
     
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    Thanks Larry for this information...

    Nice to see some old names back in contention...

    Enjoyed 78 degrees yesterday....

    Dave & Judy in SC
     
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    Dear Larry,
    Thank you for posting the results very promptly!! I will be back for the next shoot. I plan to whip "my club" back into shape as soon as I get back!
    Thanks again for posting the results!
    Sincerely,
    ....Jet Boat Bill in SW Florida, AIR Temp 68F, seawater TEMP 62 F!!! wind 20 MPH out of the South! AND GUSTY!
     
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