I had a rather disappointing weekend pitching horseshoes. After last weekend I was slightly optomistic that I might actually start to pitch more like I am capable and I feel like I took 10 steps backwards. I had 5 bad games out of the 11 with really no great games to speak of. Alan Francis pitched very well despite having trouble with hitting on the top of stake a fair amount (except against me).
In the womens division, Sylvianne Moisan defended her title. Joan Elmore defeated Sylvianne during the round robin and in the process had a string of 52 ringers in a row. They also combined for 13 consecutive 4-deads (both players having doubles) which breaks the ladies world record.
Here are the results of the mens class and my individual games. I am kind of embarrased to report, but that is the way it goes. The bad with the good.
| GROUP A--- - 2001 RINGER CLASSIC @ GREENVILLE, OH|
|5.||W. R. WILLIAMS, JR||FL||6||5||399||560||71.25|
|1.||JOHN WALTERS||41/ 11||48||60||80.0|
|2.||TONY HANKINS||27/ 43||39||60||65.0|
|3.||STAN LEIS||31/ 42||45||68||66.2|
|4.||MARK SEIBOLD||42/ 33||53||68||77.9|
|5.||GARY ROBERTS||42/ 10||33||44||75.0|
|6.||VIRG RIFE||40/ 1||23||30||76.7|
|7.||MATT GUY||41/ 19||28||38||73.7|
|8.||JIM WALTERS||4/ 40||23||38||60.5|
|9.||SHANNON FOSTER||10/ 45||44||64||68.8|
|10.||ALAN FRANCIS||8/ 40||25||42||59.5|
|11.||BOB HAYES||43/ 11||38||48||79.2|
|W- 6||L- 5||560||71.3|