Tommy Jones wins third title this season in Bayer Atlanta Classic

    02/06/06

    PBA National Tour #13

    Brunswick Zone Norcross in Norcross, GA (Feb. 1-5, 2006)

    2005PBA13TommyJones.jpgTommy Jones won his third Denny's PBA Tour title of the season as he defeated Mike Scroggins in the title match of the 2006 Bayer Atlanta Classic, 224-191, Sunday at Brunswick Zone Norcross.

    Jones, who won $40,000, leads the Tour with three victories. The 27-year-old from Simpsonville, S.C., now has seven titles over the past two seasons. "I was very fortunate," said Jones, who capitalized on a Scroggins open sixth frame with strikes in the 8th and 9th. "Scroggins bowled better than me, but I caught all the breaks."

    Jones jumped out to a quick lead, converting a single pin spare to start the match before striking twice. Scroggins struck on his first shot, but was forced to convert spares in frames 2-4.

    Jones, who took over the lead in the 2005-06 PBA World Point Rankings with the win, advanced to his ninth career title match after he beat the 2005 PBA Player of the Year Patrick Allen, 235-177, in the semifinals. Jones bowled a clean game, including seven strikes, while Allen opened in the third and 9th frames.

    Scroggins defeated Michael Fagan, making his second career televised finals appearance, 209-196, in the first semifinal. The left-hander trailed for the first eight frames, but took advantage of Fagan's open in the 9th by striking on his next three shots, including a double in the 10th.

    Scroggins earned $20,000 for his second place finish while Allen and Fagan earned $10,000 apiece for their respective third and fourth place finishes.

    The Denny's PBA Tour heads to Parkersburg, W.V., for the 2006 West Virginia Championship, Feb. 8-12 at Emerson Lanes. The live ESPN finals take place Sunday, Feb. 12 at 12:30 p.m. EST, with the winner taking home the $40,000 top prize and an exemption for the 2006-07 season.


    PBA Bayer Atlanta Classic

    Brunswick Zone Norcross in Norcross, GA
    February 1-5, 2006

    Championship Round:
    1. Tommy Jones, Simpsonville, S.C., 459 (2 games), $40,000
    2. Mike Scroggins, Amarillo, Texas, 400 (2 games), $20,000
    3. Patrick Allen, Tarrytown, N.Y., 177 (1 game), $10,000
    4. Michael Fagan, Greenlawn, N.Y., 196 (1 game), $10,000

    Playoff Results:
    Semifinal Match #1: Scroggins def. Fagan, 209-196
    Semifinal Match #2: Jones def. Allen, 235-177
    Championship Match: Jones def. Scroggins, 224-191.

    This is Tommy Jones' seventh career Denny's PBA Tour title.
    Photo Credit: PBA LLC/McCollum


    Tommy Jones targets his third title this season in Atlanta Classic

    2004JPNCupTommyJones3.jpg Tommy Jones swept Wes Malott in a battle of the Denny's PBA Tour's "Young Guns," four-games-to-none, Friday to advance to the championship round in the 2006 Bayer Atlanta Classic at Brunswick Zone Norcross.

    Wes_Malott_5540.jpg Jones, 27, and Malott, 29, have taken over the Tour this season. Malott captured his first career title in November and is first in the 2005-06 PBA World Point Rankings. Jones, meanwhile, is third in the World Point Rankings and has won two titles this season, giving him six in the last two seasons.

    On Friday, Jones started the match on fire, winning game one, 278-200. Both bowlers struggled over the next two games, each shooting under 200. Jones managed to squeak out wins of 184-178 in game two and 197-188 in game three before moving on to his fourth championship round this season with a 223-212 win in game four.

    "It seems like every time I bowl Wes I get a lot of good breaks and he gets the bad breaks," said Jones, who will look to start a new television winning streak after having his 15-match TV winning streak snapped in December. "It's just another show, it's not about streaks. I'm just trying to win a title and get some points to secure myself in the top four."

    Patrick_Allen_5017.jpg Jones will face 2005 PBA Player of the Year Patrick Allen, who defeated Amleto Monacelli, Venezuela, 4-3. Allen will be looking for his second title of the season.






    Mike Scroggins.jpg Michael_Fagan_5417.jpg The other semifinal features Mike Scroggins (left) taking on Michael Fagan (right). Scroggins fired a 278 in game six to clinch a 4-2 win over Doug Kent. Scroggins, second in the 2005-06 PBA World Point Rankings, is making his fourth television appearance of the season. Fagan defeated Tony Reyes, 4-2, and is making his first TV appearance since 2003.

    The final four will bowl for the $40,000 top prize and an exemption for the 2006-07 Denny's PBA Tour season on Sunday. The championship round takes place at 2 p.m. EST with the tape-delayed ESPN telecast airing at 5 p.m. EST.


    2006 Bayer Atlanta Classic - Round of 8
    Best-of-seven, losers earn $5,000

    #1 Mike Scroggins def. #25 Doug Kent, 4-2
    (233-173, 255-224, 234-246, 226-189, 203-245, 278-268)

    #2 Tommy Jones def. #7 Wes Malott, 4-0
    (278-200, 184-178, 197-188, 223-212)

    #14 Patrick Allen def. #22 Amleto Monacelli, 4-3
    (226-201, 178-211, 206-146, 247-183, 191-199, 245-259, 258-193)

    #28 Michael Fagan def. #13 Tony Reyes, 4-2
    (289-233, 195-197, 242-182, 222-170, 190-202, 228-203)


    2006 Bayer Atlanta Classic - Round of 16
    Best-of-seven, losers earn $3,500

    #1 Mike Scroggins def. #16 Mika Koivuniemi, 4-1
    (184-192, 245-160, 224-166, 269-214, 239-173)

    #2 Tommy Jones def. #18 Parker Bohn III, 4-1
    (188-203, 223-189, 248-208, 208-197, 254-212)

    #14 Patrick Allen def. #30 Brad Angelo, 4-1
    (201-218, 256-158, 207-203, 254-216, 225-186)

    #13 Tony Reyes def. #29 David Traber, 4-3
    (204-201, 217-278, 186-244, 223-205, 195-262, 242-208, 255-199)

    #28 Michael Fagan def. #21 Ben Laughlin, 4-3
    (147-175, 187-198, 206-180, 237-144, 224-205, 190-217, 226-195)

    #22 Amleto Monacelli def. #27 Brian Voss, 4-2
    (224-191, 235-231, 227-202, 203-211, 182-211, 234-188)

    #7 Wes Malott def. #10 Jason Couch, 4-2
    (217-213, 204-214, 229-190, 197-164, 212-224, 246-218)

    #25 Doug Kent def. #9 Rudy Kasimakis, 4-1
    (216-172, 225-223, 203-160, 197-204, 237-201)


    2006 Bayer Atlanta Classic - Round of 32
    Best-of-seven, losers earn $2,500

    #1 Mike Scroggins def. #32 DJ Archer, 4-0
    (244-227, 218-172, 235-169, 278-184)

    #2 Tommy Jones def. #31 Brian Himmler, 4-2
    (174-178, 212-195, 212-172, 212-214, 201-168, 247-177)

    #30 Brad Angelo def. #3 Tore Torgersen, 4-2
    (212-199, 180-182, 209-155, 235-201, 179-206, 211-164)

    #29 David Traber, Hebron, Ill. def. #4 Michael Machuga, 4-1
    (258-201, 248-193, 244-231, 235-239, 228-204)

    #28 Michael Fagan def. #5 Walter Ray Williams Jr., 4-2
    (225-206, 213-248, 221-208, 236-208, 201-279, 214-195)

    #27 Brian Voss def. #6 Robert Smith, 4-1
    (194-171, 230-202, 207-204, 170-199, 245-164)

    #7 Wes Malott def. #26 Randy Pedersen, 4-2
    (178-211, 215-179, 169-235, 237-224, 234-181, 215-200)

    #25 Doug Kent def. #8 Chris Barnes, 4-0
    (244-223, 210-170, 237-179, 233-211)

    #9 Rudy Kasimakis def. #24 Ritchie Allen, 4-1
    (178-189, 246-236, 190-174, 217-163, 190-177)

    #10 Jason Couch def. #23 Patrick Healey Jr., 4-3
    (195-216, 170-196, 280-218, 202-195, 220-231, 267-216, 277-247)

    #22 Amleto Monacelli def. #11 Jack Jurek, 4-2
    (247-236, 225-193, 173-218, 175-222, 269-213, 226-198)

    #21 Ben Laughlin, def. #12 Mike DeVaney, 4-2
    (184-210, 191-170, 211-193, 193-170, 182-215, 230-213)

    #13 Tony Reyes def. #20 Tim Criss, 4-2
    (257-214, 185-203, 214-189, 161-233, 193-179, 214-180)

    #14 Patrick Allen def. #19 Christopher Collins, 4-1
    (194-162, 222-289, 279-199, 246-183, 258-198)

    #18 Parker Bohn III def. #15 Rick Steelsmith, 4-3
    (205-235, 216-237, 190-211, 222-178, 234-174, 228-211, 205-190)

    #16 Mika Koivuniemi def. #17 Ryan Shafer, 4-2
    (195-191, 216-203, 198-207, 201-269, 228-223, 236-201)

    300 games - None.


    Mike Scroggins enters match play in Atlanta Classic as top seed

    200504MikeScroggins.jpgMike Scroggins will enter match play as the top seed for the second time this season after he led the 2006 Bayer Atlanta Classic Round of 64 with a 3,211 14-game pinfall Thursday at Brunswick Zone Norcross.

    Scroggins, the only top seed to advance to a televised final this season when he finished third in the 2005 Empire State Classic, shot 269 in his 14th and final game to erase a 33-pin deficit behind six-time Tour title winner Tommy Jones.

    "Being the top seed means you out-bowled everyone in qualifying, so I think you have an advantage," Scroggins said of his chances in match play. "Plus, you get your choice of lanes to start matches. I don't have to worry about it. I get the choice the whole time, even if I make the show."

    DJ_Archer_5729.jpgThe left-hander from Amarillo, Texas, will face fellow Texan D.J. Archer (pictured right) in the Round of 32. Archer, ranked 8th after the first seven-game block, finished 32nd with 2,913.

    Tore Torgersen.jpg Jones was second with 3,176 while Tore Torgersen (pictured left) was third with 3,137. Torgersen, as the last of all exempt players making his first standard match play appearance of the season, will face 2003 PBA Rookie of the Year Brad Angelo in the Round of 32, after Angelo finished 30th with 2,916.

    Walter Ray Williams Jr. was fifth with 3,118. The 40-time Tour title winner, looking to make his first televised finals of the season, finished third in the 2005 Atlanta Classic. Robert Smith was sixth with 3,113 and shot the day's lone 300-game.

    The final four will bowl for the $40,000 top prize and an exemption for the 2006-07 Denny's PBA Tour season Sunday, Feb. 5. The finals begin at 2 p.m. EST, with the tape-delayed ESPN telecast beginning at 5 p.m.


    PBA Bayer Atlanta Classic - Round of 64
    Players with position, hometown, 14-game pinfall and average. Places 33-64 earn $2,000.

    1. Mike Scroggins, Amarillo, Texas, 3211, 229,36
    2. Tommy Jones, Simpsonville, S.C., 3176, 226,86
    3. Tore Torgersen, Norway, 3137, 224,07
    4. Michael Machuga, Erie, Pa., 3131, 223,64
    5. Walter Ray Williams Jr., Ocala, Fla., 3118, 222,71
    6. Robert Smith, Thousand Oaks, Calif., 3113, 222,36
    7. Wes Malott, Austin, Texas, 3093, 220,93
    8. Chris Barnes, Flower Mound, Texas, 3081, 220,07
    9. Rudy Kasimakis, Tupelo, Miss., 3070, 219,29
    10. Jason Couch, Clermont, Fla., 3059, 218,50
    11. Jack Jurek, Lackawanna, N.Y., 3048, 217,71
    12. Mike DeVaney, Temecula, Calif., 3047, 217,64
    13. Tony Reyes, San Bruno, Calif., 3031, 216,50
    14. Patrick Allen, Tarrytown, N.Y., 3026, 216,14
    15. Rick Steelsmith, Wichita, Kan., 3023, 215,93
    16. Mika Koivuniemi, Hartland, Mich., 3016, 215,43
    17. Ryan Shafer, Horseheads, N.Y., 3007, 214,79
    18. Parker Bohn III, Jackson, N.J., 2993, 213,79
    19. Christopher Collins, Fayetteville, N.C., 2982, 213,00
    20. Tim Criss, Bel Air, Md., 2977, 212,64
    21. Ben Laughlin, Maricopa, Ariz., 2973, 212,36
    22. Amleto Monacelli, Venezuela, 2969, 212,07
    23. Patrick Healey Jr., Flower Mound, Texas, 2960, 211,43
    (tie) Ritchie Allen, Columbia, S.C., 2960, 211,43
    25. Doug Kent, Newark, N.Y., 2959, 211,36
    26. Randy Pedersen, Clermont, Fla., 2947, 210,50
    27. Brian Voss, Alpharetta, Ga., 2941, 210,07
    28. Michael Fagan, Greenlawn, N.Y., 2930, 209,29
    29. David Traber, Hebron, Ill., 2927, 209,07
    30. Brad Angelo, Lockport, N.Y., 2916, 208,29
    31. Brian Himmler, Cincinnati, 2913, 208,07
    (tie) D.J.Archer, Mineral Wells, Texas, 2913, 208,07

    Missed Cut:
    33. Chris Loschetter, Olmsted Falls, Ohio, 2903, 207,36
    34. Dino Castillo, Carrollton, Texas, 2902, 207,29
    35. Sean Rash, Wichita, Kan, 2901, 207,21
    36. Chris Johnson, Garland, Texas, 2900, 207,14
    37. Danny Wiseman, Baltimore, 2895, 206,79
    38. Pete Weber, St.Ann, Mo., 2894, 206,71
    (tie) Steve Jaros, Yorkville, Ill., 2894, 206,71
    40. Mike Wolfe, New Albany, Ind., 2892, 206,57
    41. Dale Traber, Cedarburg, Wis., 2876, 205,43
    42. Troy Wollenbecker, Toledo, Ohio, 2873, 205,21
    43. Brian Kretzer, Dayton, Ohio, 2872, 205,14
    44. Joe Ciccone, Buffalo, N.Y., 2864, 204,57
    45. Mike Edwards, Tulsa, Okla., 2862, 204,43
    46. Paul Fleming, Bedford, Texas, 2857, 204,07
    47. Bill O'Neill, Levittown, Pa., 2856, 204,00
    48. Jason Hurd, Titusville, Fla., 2854, 203,86
    49. Michael Haugen Jr., Las Vegas, 2851, 203,64
    50. Norm Duke, Clermont, Fla., 2850, 203,57
    51. Steve Wilson, Lake Worth, Fla., 2849, 203,50
    52. Tom Baker, King, N.C., 2846, 203,29
    53. Lonnie Waliczek, Wichita, Kan., 2823, 201,64
    54. Tom Daugherty, Tampa, Fla., 2820, 201,43
    55. Del Ballard Jr., N.Richland Hills, Texas, 2816, 201,14
    56. Andres Gomez, Bogota, Colombia, 2806, 200,43
    57. Tommy Delutz Jr., Flushing, N.Y., 2805, 200,36
    58. Randy Weiss, Irmo, S.C., 2740, 195,71
    59. Steve Weber, Buford, Ga., 2724, 194,57
    60. Nathan Bohr, Wichita, Kan., 2687, 191,93
    61. Blaise Bedolla, Roseburg, Ore., 2653, 189,50
    62. Ray Edwards, Middle Island, N.Y., 2644, 188,86
    63. Dave D'Entremont, Middleburg Heights, Ohio, 2632, 188,00
    64. Rick Lawrence, Celina, Texas, 1287 (DNF)

    300 games - (1) Robert Smith.


    Mike Scroggins back on track in Atlanta Classic

    Mike Scroggins.jpg After waking up from a dream first half of the 2005-06 Denny's PBA Tour season to some tough times lately, Mike Scroggins appears to be back on track. Scroggins fired a 290 in game six which propelled him to the lead after the first session of the Round of 64 Thursday with a 1,625 seven-game pinfall in the 2006 Bayer Atlanta Classic at Brunswick Zone Norcross.

    Scroggins led the Tour in points, earnings and average after the first half, capturing his first career Major title along the way in the 2005 United States Bowling Congress (USBC) Masters. So far, he has struggled in the second half, making match play just once in four events.

    "I think having the break took me off my regular schedule and broke up my momentum, and it's taken me a couple weeks to get back on track," said Scroggins, currently fourth in the 2005-06 PBA World Point Rankings. "I'm making better shots and I'm striking when I hit the pocket this week. In Phoenix (two weeks ago), I bowled well but I just could not knock down 10 pins."

    WRW_3697.jpg Walter Ray Williams Jr., looking for his 41st career Tour title which would tie him with Earl Anthony for the all-time Tour record, is second with 1,618. Williams finished third in last season's 2005 Atlanta Classic.

    Three other bowlers from Texas besides Scroggins are in the top 10. Wes Malott, first in the 2005-06 PBA World Point Rankings, is third with 1,614. D.J. Archer is 8th with 1,559 while Paul Fleming is 9th with 1,545.

    All 64 bowlers will return for another seven games tonight at 6 p.m. EST, with the top 32 advancing to Friday's single elimination, best-of-seven games match play. The final four will bowl for the $40,000 top prize and an exemption for the 2006-07 Denny's PBA Tour season on Sunday. The championship round takes place at 2 p.m. EST with the tape-delayed ESPN telecast airing at 5 p.m. EST.


    PBA Bayer Atlanta Classic - First Session
    Players with position, hometown, 7-game pinfall and average

    1. Mike Scroggins, Amarillo, Texas, 1625, 232,14
    2. Walter Ray Williams Jr., Ocala, Fla., 1618, 231,14
    3. Wes Malott, Austin, Texas, 1614, 230,57
    4. Rudy Kasimakis, Tupelo, Miss., 1599, 228,43
    5. Tommy Jones, Simpsonville, S.C., 1598, 228,29
    6. Brad Angelo, Lockport, N.Y., 1574, 224,86
    7. Tore Torgersen, Norway, 1565, 223,57
    8. DJ Archer, Mineral Wells, Texas, 1559, 222,71
    9. Paul Fleming, Bedford, Texas, 1545, 220,71
    10. Michael Machuga, Erie, Pa., 1535, 219,29
    11. Parker Bohn III, Jackson, N.J., 1531, 218,71
    12. Tim Criss, Bel Air, Md., 1526, 218,00
    13. Dino Castillo, Carrollton, Texas, 1518, 216,86
    14. Patrick Allen, Tarrytown, N.Y., 1514, 216,29
    (tie) Rick Steelsmith, Wichita, Kan., 1514, 216,29
    16. Jack Jurek, Lackawanna, N.Y., 1512, 216,00
    17. Jason Couch, Clermont, Fla., 1510, 215,71
    18. Mika Koivuniemi, Hartland, Mich., 1508, 215,43
    19. Chris Loschetter, Olmsted Falls, Ohio, 1505, 215,00
    20. Michael Fagan, Greenlawn, N.Y., 1504, 214,86
    21. Ben Laughlin, Maricopa, Ariz., 1502, 214,57
    22. Tony Reyes, San Bruno, Calif., 1496, 213,71
    23. Tommy Delutz Jr., Flushing, N.Y., 1495, 213,57
    24. Chris Barnes, Flower Mound, Texas, 1490, 212,86
    25. Robert Smith, Thousand Oaks, Calif., 1483, 211,86
    26. Tom Daugherty, Tampa, Fla., 1480, 211,43
    27. Randy Pedersen, Clermont, Fla., 1476, 210,86
    28. Christopher Collins, Fayetteville, N.C., 1475, 210,71
    29. Michael Haugen Jr., Las Vegas, 1474, 210,57
    30. Joe Ciccone, Buffalo, N.Y., 1472, 210,29
    31. Amleto Monacelli, Venezuela, 1471, 210,14
    32. Brian Himmler, Cincinnati, 1464, 209,14
    (tie) Brian Voss, Alpharetta, Ga., 1464, 209,14
    34. Ritchie Allen, Columbia, S.C., 1463, 209,00
    35. Steve Wilson, Lake Worth, Fla., 1457, 208,14
    36. Troy Wollenbecker, Toledo, Ohio, 1450, 207,14
    37. Ryan Shafer, Horseheads, N.Y., 1448, 206,86
    38. Jason Hurd, Titusville, Fla., 1445, 206,43
    39. Mike DeVaney, Temecula, Calif., 1442, 206,00
    (tie) Doug Kent, Newark, N.Y., 1442, 206,00
    41. Sean Rash, Wichita, Kan, 1431, 204,43
    42. Brian Kretzer, Dayton, Ohio, 1429, 204,14
    43. Blaise Bedolla, Roseburg, Ore., 1423, 203,29
    44. Steve Jaros, Yorkville, Ill., 1418, 202,57
    45. David Traber, Hebron, Ill., 1417, 202,43
    46. Chris Johnson, Garland, Texas, 1413, 201,86
    (tie) Patrick Healey Jr., Flower Mound, Texas., 1413, 201,86
    48. Lonnie Waliczek, Wichita, Kan., 1411, 201,57
    49. Mike Edwards, Tulsa, Okla., 1408, 201,14
    50. Del Ballard Jr., N.Richland Hills, Texas, 1403, 200,43
    51. Danny Wiseman, Baltimore, 1402, 200,29
    (tie) Andres Gomez, Bogota, Colombia, 1402, 200,29
    53. Randy Weiss, Irmo, S.C., 1401, 200,14
    54. Pete Weber, St.Ann, Mo., 1395, 199,29
    55. Norm Duke, Clermont, Fla., 1392, 198,86
    56. Bill O'Neill, Levittown, Pa., 1391, 198,71
    57. Tom Baker, King, N.C., 1389, 198,43
    58. Mike Wolfe, New Albany, Ind., 1387, 198,14
    59. Steve Weber, Buford, Ga., 1363, 194,71
    60. Dale Traber, Cedarburg, Wis., 1319, 188,43
    61. Ray Edwards, Middle Island, N.Y., 1295, 185,00
    62. Rick Lawrence, Celina, Texas, 1288, 184,00
    63. Dave D'Entremont, Middleburg Heights, Ohio, 1285, 183,57
    64. Nathan Bohr, Wichita, Kan., 1255, 179,29

    300 games – None.


    2005PBA12DelBallard.jpg Two weeks after his second place finish in the 2006 Motel 6 Phoenix Classic, Del Ballard Jr. is looking to make a title run once again. The 12-time Tour title winner led the Denny's PBA Tour Qualifying Round for the 2006 Bayer Atlanta Classic with a 1,687 seven-game pinfall Wednesday at Brunswick Zone Norcross.

    Ballard is looking to secure a regular spot on the 2006-07 Tour by finishing as the top non-exempt member in the 2005-06 PBA World Point Rankings. He entered the week ranked fifth among non-exempt bowlers, over 5,700 points behind the leader, Eric Forkel, who finished 68th Wednesday.

    "I just feel like a huge monkey was lifted off my shoulders," Ballard said of his runner-up finish. "I don't have to squeeze every shot to prove myself. I can get nine and not want to break something."  Picture courtesy of PBA LLC.

    Lonnie Waliczek4.jpg Ballard fired a 277 in game six to leap over Lonnie Waliczek for the top spot, then ended his day with a 224. A PBA member since 1982, Ballard was awarded the Commissioner's Exemption for next week's 2006 West Virginia Championship just prior to his performance in Phoenix, Ariz.

    Waliczek, a 2-time PBA champion, finished second Wednesday with 1,657, and will be appearing in his first standard event since the 2005 Greater Omaha Classic in November. Steve Weber was the top amateur, finishing third overall with 1,649. Former Team USA member Sean Rash was fourth with 1,606. Troy Wollenbecker captured the fourth and final PBA member spot in Thursday's Round of 64 with 1,582.

    The final four will bowl for the $40,000 top prize and an exemption for the 2006-07 Denny's PBA Tour season Sunday, Feb. 5. The finals begin at 2 p.m. EST, with the tape-delayed ESPN telecast beginning at 5 p.m.


    PBA Bayer Atlanta Classic - Qualifying Round

    Players with position, hometown, 7-game pinfall and average. Places 1, 2, 4 and 5 and top amateur (place 3) advance to the Round of 64; places 6-25 cash.

    1. Del Ballard Jr., N.Richland Hills, Texas, 1687, 241,00, (advanced)
    2. Lonnie Waliczek, Wichita, Kan., 1657, 236,71, (advanced)
    3. Steve Weber, Buford, Ga., 1649, 235,57, (advanced)
    4. Sean Rash, Wichita, Kan, 1606, 229,43, (advanced)
    5. Troy Wollenbecker, Toledo, Ohio, 1582, 226,00, (advanced)
    6. Dale Eagle, Tavares, Fla., 1563, 223,29, $1000
    7. Randy Russell, Monroe, Ga., 1540, 220,00, $800
    8. John Slavich IV, Schaumburg, Ill., 1528, 218,29, $650
    (tie) Ken Simard, Greenville, S.C., 1528, 218,29, $650
    10. Ricky Jewell Jr., Greenville, S.C., 1522, 217,43, $550
    11. Ryan Brady, Columbia, SC, 1513, 216,14, $500
    12. Jim Pratt, Glendale, Ariz., 1512, 216,00, $470
    13. Jeff Zaffino, Warren, Pa., 1508, 215,43, $440
    14. Eugene McCune, Munster, Ind., 1501, 214,43, $410
    15. Jeff Carter, Springfield, Ill., 1495, 213,57, $380
    16. Matt Burden, Anderson, S.C., 1486, 212,29, $360
    17. Malcolm Sanders, Taylors, S.C., 1485, 212,14, $345
    (tie) Kenneth Jessee, Huber Heights, Ohio, 1485, 212,14, $345
    19. Jim Tomek Jr., Camp Hill, Pa., 1483, 211,86, $330
    20. Josh Chambliss, Summerville, S.C., 1478, 211,14, $325
    21. Dale Lee, Brandon, Fla., 1477, 211,00, $320
    22. Brian Checkle, Atlanta, 1476, 210,86, $315
    23. Keith White, Cleveland, Tenn, 1472, 210,29, $310
    24. Kurry Crayton, Birmingham, Ala., 1471, 210,14, $305
    25. Peter Dohan Jr., Tampa, Fla., 1470, 210,00, $300
    26. John May, Lincolnton, N.C., 1462, 208,86
    (tie) Billy Rohde, Alpharetta, Ga., 1462, 208,86
    28. Bob Learn Jr., Erie, Pa., 1458, 208,29
    29. Chip Collins, Fayetteville, N.C., 1449, 207,00
    30. Chris Hayden, Orlando, Fla., 1445, 206,43
    31. Darren Franks, Canton, Ga., 1440, 205,71
    32. Jerald Bohlman, Milton, Fla., 1437, 205,29
    33. Jerry Horn, West Columbia, S.C., 1435, 205,00
    34. Doug Becker, Clermont, Fla., 1427, 203,86
    35. Michael Painter, Woodruff, S.C., 1426, 203,71
    36. Frank Massengale, Hixson, Tenn., 1418, 202,57
    37. Lee Vanderhoef, Greenville, S.C., 1411, 201,57
    38. Stoney Baker, Canton, Ga., 1404, WD
    (tie) Mike Mineman, Belleville, Ill., 1404, 200,57
    40. Jeff Leaphart, Columbia, S.S., 1402, 200,29
    41. Danny Smith, Lawrenceville, Ga., 1393, 199,00
    (tie) Matt Freiberg, Somerset, N.J., 1393, 199,00
    43. Jason Sterner, Jonesboro, Ga., 1390, 198,57
    44. Dannial Cohen, Alpharetta, Ga., 1387, 198,14
    (tie) Jeff Shaw, Acworth, Ga., 1387, 198,14
    46. Terry Neese, Snellville, Ga., 1386, 198,00
    47. Keith Neese, Lawrenceville, Ga., 1368, 195,43
    48. Jeffrey Herman, Bonaire, Ga., 1366, 195,14
    (tie) Michael Camerano, Brookfield, Ill., 1366, 195,14
    (tie) Alberto Acevedo, Lawrenceville, Ga., 1366, 195,14
    51. Greg McMahan, Dandridge, Tenn., 1360, 194,29
    52. Dain Neal, McDonough, Ga., 1359, 194,14
    (tie) Walter Schaub II, Schaumburg, Ill., 1359, 194,14
    54. Jan Kravcheno Sr., Chesterton, Ind., 1356, 193,71
    55. Blake Curtis, Hixson, Tenn, 1354, 193,43
    56. John Gaines, Orlando, Fla., 1351, 193,00
    (tie) Travis Loeffler, Manchester, Tenn., 1351, 193,00
    58. Rick Francis, Galt, Calif., 1350, 192,86
    59. David Linski, Indian Springs, Ala., 1349, 192,71
    60. Rainer Evans, Atlanta, 1344, 192,00
    61. Chris Watson, Douglasville, Ga., 1340, 191,43
    62. Steve Merten, Wills Pt. Texas, 1324, 189,14
    63. John Gould, Boise, Idaho, 1322, 188,86
    64. Rickey Smith, Milton, Fla., 1319, 188,43
    65. Larry Fry Jr., Calhoun, Ga., 1317, 188,14
    66. Christopher Stiakakis, Alpharetta, Ga., 1305
    (tie) Paul Ealy, Centerpoint, Ala., 1305
    68. Eric Forkel, Las Vegas, 1300
    69. Chad Pierce, Flowery Branch, Ga., 1298
    70. Don Patterson, Knoxville, Tenn., 1296
    71. Shawn Evans, Satellite Beach, Fla., 1295
    72. George Banketas II, Norcross, Ga., 1292
    73. Derek Reynolds, Port St.Lucie, Fla., 1270
    74. Lant Dimler, Auburn, Ga., 1266
    75. Heath Franz, Oklahoma City, OK, 1262
    76. Jason Donarski, Stone Mountain, Ga., 1255
    77. Hobson Lee Sellers, Dora, Ala., 1238
    78. William Johnson, Lithonia, Ga, 1233
    79. Lewis Clemons III, Lithia Springs, Ga, 1232
    80. Jeff Gunn, Grayson, Ga., 1231
    81. Mark Alhanti, Marietta, Ga., 1227
    82. Adam Bledsoe, Knoxville, Tenn., 1221
    83. Patrick Conlogue, Lebanon, Conn., 1217
    84. Joseph Ford, Jacksonville, Fla., 1206
    (tie) David Teague, Sugar Hill, Ga., 1206
    86. Jack Underwood, Tucker, Ga., 1200
    87. William Smith III, Macon, Ga., 1196
    88. Matthew Sulzer, Orlando, Fla, 1185
    89. Edward Kramarcik Sr., Lake Mary, Fla., 1178
    90. Mike Phillips, Fitzgerald, Ga., 1177
    91. Kenny Jones, Opelika, Ala., 1176
    92. Kevin Bland, Atlanta, 1161
    93. Harry Wampler, Warner Robins, Ga., 1158
    94. Kevin Huffman, Lizella, Ga., 1157
    95. John Walsh, Suwanee, Ga., 1123
    96. Sean Amidon, Atlanta, 1113
    97. Darren Headrick, Maryville, Tenn., 1094
    98. Greg Black Jr. Riverdale, Ga., 1143 (WD)
    99. Robert Twiggs, Valdosta, Ga. 590 (WD)
    100. Danny Hutcheson, Prattville, Ala, 245 (WD)

    300 games - None.