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Mike DeVaney rolls into PBA Chameleon Championship qualifying lead

2015PBAWSOBMikeDeVaneyMike DeVaney, now a part-time competitor in his 25th year of Professional Bowlers Association competition, had one of those days that reminded him he can still bowl with the best as he rolled into the qualifying lead in the PBA Chameleon Championship, presented by HotelPlanner.com, Wednesday at the National Bowling Stadium in Reno, Nev.

The Chameleon Championship is the second of four animal pattern qualifying stages leading to the PBA World Championship finals that will air live on ESPN on Sunday, Dec. 11, at 1 p.m. ET.

DeVaney (right), 43, averaged 236.6, bowling games of 255, 244, 290, 289, 155, 279, 181 and 200 to finish with a 1,893 pinfall total and a 13-pin lead over Canada’s Patrick Girard. Both players, along with the other top eight finishers, earned first-round byes in the best-of-five-game Chameleon elimination match play rounds that will take place next Tuesday and Thursday.

“That was a rollercoaster,” DeVaney, a two-time PBA Tour winner from Temecula, Calif., said. “I was all over the place; hot early, cold late.

“I don’t bowl full-time anymore, so it’s always nice to have some success to prove to myself I can still bowl with the best,” he added. “It’s been a while. Hopefully I can carry it over to the rest of the event.”

DeVaney, who won his last title in the 2009 Scorpion Championship (pictured above) during the inaugural PBA World Series of Bowling, said the bowlers he was paired with (Germany’s Pascal Winternheimer, PJ Haggerty of Roseville, Calif., and Zeke Bayt of Westerville, Ohio) helped keep him on track.

“The guys I was bowling with were very focused, so that helped me bowl stay in concert with them,” he said. “Everyone was kind of cheering each other on, so it made it much easier to stay in the moment.”

2015PBAPatrickGirardGirard (left), a 33-year-old 13-year PBA member, posted games of 267, 227, 213, 215, 264, 209, 247 and 238 for his 1,880 pins on the 43-foot Chameleon oiling pattern. It was a performance that also moved him up from 29th place after the Cheetah Championship round to fourth place as qualifying for the PBA World Championship hit the halfway point.

Girard, the self-proclaimed “old man” among Canadian players who are making their mark in PBA Tour competition this year, finished fourth twice in 2005 PBA Tour events, but continues his quest for a title.

2016PBAGreaterMarionCentralOpenGrahamFach2016PBA19FrancoisLavoieHe was well aware a Canadian had never won on the PBA Tour until this year when Ontario’s Graham Fach (left) became the first, winning the Barbasol Barbasol PBA Players Championship at age 24, followed by 23-year-old Francois Lavoie (right), a fellow Quebec native, winning the U.S. Open in November.

“I was really happy for Francois, and for Graham as well. Just to see those kids coming from our country doing so well was really wonderful,” Girard said. “I’m the old guy now, so it’s really a privilege just to lead this tournament against all of these young kids.

“I don’t want to make (a title) my goal,” he continued. “That’s obviously the ultimate goal, but I just want to bowl consistent. As long as I stay consistent and don’t miss too many spares, that’s my goal. Today I only missed one spare. It was a really good day. Now my goal is to make one TV show this year.

“I want to be like Francois when he won the Players Championship – just stick to the process of making good shots. I need to stay steady with my emotions. I tend to get a little excited, but for right now, just keep it steady. When the time comes, I’ll let it all go.”

2016EBT10ThomasLarsen32016EBT15JesperSvenssonThe international contingent is well represented in the Chameleon match play as nine out of the top 15 qualfiers were from outside the U.S. Lavoie was fourth with 1,866 abd was followed by Thomas Larsen (left), Denmark (7th, 1,854), Jesper Svensson (right), Sweden (8th, 1,853), Sam Cooley, Australia (10th, 1,849), Arturo Quintero, Mexico (11th, 1,842), Martin Larsen, Sweden (13th, 1,821), Mik Stampe, Denmark (14th, 1,813) and Osku Palermaa, Finland (15th, 1,812).

2016EBT13CarstenWarmingHansenDenmark’s Carsten Warming Hansen (left) rolled the lone 300 game on the Chameleaon pattern but failed to advance with 1,706 to finish in 71st place.

In another highlight of the Chameleon round, Liu Shaoyi, who uses the Asian “spinner” technique, missed becoming the first bowler from China to cash in PBA competition when he finished 26th with 1,788.

2015PBAWSOBPJHaggertyLiu was just one pin behind PJ Haggerty (right) and Dave Wodka of Beavercreek, Ohio, who tied for the 24th berth in the match play eliminations.

2015PBAWSOBDaveWodkaIn the subsequent one-game roll-off for 24th place, Wodka (left) defeated Haggerty, 219-202, to advance to match play.

Tuesday’s stars, 28-year-old fourth-year PBA members Brandon Novak (6th, 1,859) of Chillicothe, Ohio, and BJ Moore III (22nd, 1,792) of Greensburg, Pa., followed up their one-two finishes in the Cheetah round with solid Chameleon rounds to remain one-two after 16 games of PBA World Championship qualifying. Novak finished with 3,817 pins while Moore had a 3,741 total.

2016PBAWSOBVIIILogoWSOB VIII competition continues Thursday with qualifying in the PBA Scorpion Championship presented by Reno Tahoe USA. The Scorpion round is the third of four stages in PBA World Championship qualifying.

After the Shark Championship stage on Friday, the top 42 players based on 32-game pinfall totals for the four animal patterns will advance to the PBA World Championship cashers’s round on Sunday.

All qualifying and match play elimination rounds in the World Series are being covered live, exclusively by PBA’s online live-streaming service, Xtra Frame. For more information, click here.

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PBA Chameleon Championship – Final Qualifying Standings

Players with position, hometown and 8-game total; top 24 advance to best-of-five-game match play elimination round on Tuesday, Dec. 6; top 8 earn byes for the Round of 24. w-denotes woman.

1, Mike DeVaney, Winchester, Calif., 1,893
2, Patrick Girard, Canada, 1,880
3, Dick Allen, Columbia, S.C., 1,877
4, Francois Lavoie, Canada, 1,866
5, Matthew McNiel, Minneapolis, Minn., 1,863
6, Brandon Novak, Chillicothe, Ohio, 1,859
7, Thomas Larsen, Denmark, 1,854
8, Jesper Svensson, Sweden, 1,853
9, Patrick Dombrowski, Parma, Ohio, 1,852
10, Sam Cooley, Australia, 1,849
11, Arturo Quintero, Mexico, 1,842
12, Chris Warren, Grants Pass, Ore., 1,822
13, Martin Larsen, Sweden, 1,821
14, Mik Stampe, Denmark, 1,813
15 (tie), Osku Palermaa, Finland, and Marshall Kent, Yakima, Wash., 1,812
17, Zeke Bayt, Westerville, Ohio, 1,811
18 (tie), Pete Weber, St. Ann, Mo., and A.J. Johnson, Oswego, Ill., 1,807
20, E.J. Tackett, Huntington, Ind., 1,805
21, Mitch Beasley, Clarksville, Tenn., 1,795
22, B.J. Moore III, Greensburg, Pa., 1,792
23, Jeff Evans, Supply, N.C., 1,791
24, Dave Wodka, Beavercreek, Ohio, 1,789
Wodka def. Haggerty, 219-202, in a one-game roll-off to break a tie for 24th place

Missed Cut:
25, PJ Haggerty, Roseville, Calif., 1,789
26 (tie), Liu Shaoyi, China, and Daniel Fransson, Sweden, 1,788
28, Dom Barrett, England, 1,786
29, Amleto Monacelli, Venezuela, 1,778
30, Kevin Donovan, Painted Post, N.Y., 1,774
31 (tie), Brad Angelo, Lockport, N.Y.; Chris Arcaro, Wilmington, N.C.; Mohamed Janahi, Bahrain, and Darren Tang, San Francisco, Calif., 1,770
35, Lonnie Waliczek, Wichita, Kan., 1,766
36 (tie), Bryon Smith, Roseburg, Ore., and Shawn Maldonado, Houston, 1,761
38, Michael Haugen Jr., Phoenix, 1,760
39, Stuart Williams, England, 1,758
40 (tie), Tom Smallwood, Saginaw, Mich., and John Furey, Freehold, N.J., 1,754
42, Anton Ahlgren, Sweden, 1,751
43, Patrick Allen, South Salem, N.Y., 1,748
44, Anthony Lavery-Spahr, Pasadena, Texas, 1,747
45, Jonathan Wilbur, North Clarendon, Vt., 1,742
46, Kristopher Prather, Milton, Fla., 1,741
47 (tie), Markus Jansson, Sweden, and David Haynes, Las Vegas, 1,740
49, Nathan Bohr, Austin, Texas, 1,736
50, Jakob Butturff, Chandler, Ariz., 1,734
51, Sean Rash, Montgomery, Ill., 1,733
52 (tie), Francois Louw, South Africa; Jon Van Hees, Charlestown, R.I., and Jason Sterner, Cocoa, Fla., 1,732
55, Wes Malott, Pflugerville, Texas, 1,731
56, Tobias Boerding, Germany, 1,724
57 (tie), David Krol, Nixa, Mo.; Nicholas Kruml, Downers Grove, Ill., and Tom Daugherty, Riverview, Fla., 1,722
60 (tie), Connor Pickford, Charlotte, N.C., and Parker Bohn III, Jackson, N.J., 1,721
62 (tie), Bill O’Neill, Langhorne, Pa., and Anthony Pepe, Elmhurst, N.Y., 1,719
64, Jake Peters, Henderson, Nev., 1,716
65, Lucas Legnani, Argentina, 1,715
66 (tie), Hashim Guinomla, Philippines; Kevin Croucher, Grants Pass, Ore., and Jason Belmonte, Australia, 1,714
69, Kyle Troup, Taylorsville, N.C., 1,713
70, Cameron Weier, Tacoma, Wash., 1,711
71 (tie), Carsten Warming Hansen, Denmark, and Ryan Shafer, Horseheads, N.Y., 1,706
73 (tie), Lars Nielsen, Denmark, and Ronnie Russell, Marion, Ind., 1,702
75 (tie), Johnathan Bower, Middletown, Pa., and LeVinc Samuels, Bermuda, 1,697
77, Benjamin Canfield, Tempe, Ariz., 1,694
78, Andres Gomez, Colombia, 1,693
79, Bob Learn Jr., Erie, Pa., 1,692
80 (tie), Mike Wolfe, New Albany, Ind., and Eugene McCune, Munster, Ind., 1,687
82 (tie), Tommy Jones, Simpsonville, S.C., and Anthony Simonsen, Princeton, Texas, 1,685
84, Tyler Jensen, Ft. Worth, Texas, 1,682
85, Walter Ray Williams Jr., Oxford, Fla., 1,680
86 (tie), w-Liz Johnson, Cheektowaga, N.Y., and Steven Arehart, Chesapeake, Va., 1,676
88, Ray Teece, England, 1,675
89 (tie), Wang Hongbo, China, and Ron Mohr, Las Vegas, 1,673
91, Rhino Page, Orlando, Fla., 1,672
92, Devin Bidwell, Wichita, Kan., 1,671
93 (tie), Matthew O’Grady, South Amboy, N.J., and J.R. Raymond, Bay City, Mich., 1,668
95, Zhiyong Wang, China, 1,666
96, Andrew Graff, Las Vegas, 1,662
97, Pontus Andersson, Sweden, 1,660
98, Greg Ostrander, Freehold, N.J., 1,659
99, Russell Lopes, Carmichael, Calif., 1,658
100, Craig LeMond, Jasper, Ind., 1,653
101 (tie), Josh Blanchard, Mesa, Ariz., and Mike Scroggins, Amarillo, Texas, 1,652
103, Daria Pajak, Poland, 1,650
104, Ildemaro Ruiz, Venezuela, 1,649
105, Tim Foy Jr., Seaford, Del., 1,647
106, Wang Dali, China, 1,646
107, Aaron Lorincz, Belleville, Mich., 1,645
108, Gary Faulkner Jr., Memphis, Tenn., 1,644
109, Jesse Buss, Belvidere, Ill., 1,642
110 (tie), Zhongli Mi, China, and Isaac Russell, Malaysia, 1,640
112, Brad Miller, Maryland Heights, Mo., 1,638
113 (tie), Noel Vazquez, Sacramento, Calif., and Chris Barnes, Double Oak, Texas, 1,633
115 (tie), Andrew Cain, Phoenix, and w-Summer Jasmin, Beckley, W.Va., 1,632
117, Richie Teece, England, 1,627
118, Graham Fach, Canada, 1,626
119, Paul Moor, England, 1,623
120, Pascal Winternheimer, Germany, 1,612
121 (tie), Michael Wittendorff, Denmark; Blake Demore, Springfield, Mo., and Scott Newell, Deland, Fla., 1,611
124, Zhang Haitao, China, 1,610
125, Michael Duran, Banning, Calif., 1,607
126 (tie), Kim Bolleby, Thailand; Kristian Rogers, Salisbury, N.C.; Joe Paluszek, Bensalem, Pa., and Chris Loschetter, Avon, Ohio, 1,604
130, Ryan Ciminelli, Cheektowaga, N.Y., 1,602
131, Brett Cooper, Denver, 1,599
132, w-Liz Kuhlkin, Rotterdam, N.Y., 1,598
133, Tom Hess, Urbandale, Iowa, 1,594
134, Matthew Wozney, Clayton, Del., 1,588
135, w-Anggie Ramirez, Colombia, 1,587
136, Casey Knutson, Sparks, Nev., 1,586
137, Chris Bolosan, Newport News, Va., 1,584
138, w-Ingelimar Beasley, Venezuela, 1,566
139, Tim Frenz, Dickinson, N.D., 1,562
140, D.J. Archer, Friendswood, Texas, 1,552
141, w-Ashly Galante, Palm Harbor, Fla., 1,548
142 (tie), Xu Chen, China, and Lou Yi, China, 1,546
144, Clint Land, Houston, 1,542
145, w-April Lord Wittig, Steilacoom, Wash., 1,540
146, Yong-Jin Gu, South Korea, 1,538
147, David Maycock, Bermuda, 1,528
148, Jeremy Mooney, West Palm Beach, Fla., 1,525
149, Brett Cunningham, Clay, N.Y., 1,522
150, Cody McCowin, Daytona Beach, Fla., 1,511
151, Derek Handy, Redmond, Wash., 1,500
152, Adam Wilson, Reno, Nev., 1,497
153, Rickai Binns, Bermuda, 1,493
154, Martin Bedford, Altus, Okla., 1,492
155, John Szczerbinski, N. Tonawanda, N.Y., 1,491
156, Mateo Hernandez, Argentina, 1,489
157, Steve Ford, Seaside, Ore., 1,487
158, Ryan Graywacz, Feeding Hills, Mass., 1,484
159, Douglas Hankins, Boise, Idaho, 1,476
160, Agustin Aranguren, Argentina, 1,471
161, Stephen Bennett, Hampton, Va., 1,438
162, Jonathan Hocsman, Argentina, 1,434
163, J.T. Jackson, Sherman Oaks, Calif., 1,408
164, Qi Wankang, China, 1,399
165, Will Vidulich, Parsippany, N.J., 1,387
166, Cody Copeland, Abilene, Texas, 1,370
167, Xiao Lu, China, 1,357
168, w-Jill Creamer, Folsom, Calif., 1,342
169, Adrian McCoy, British Virgin Islands, 1,284

300 games (1) – Carsten Warming Hansen.

PBA World Championship – Qualifying Standings after 16 of 32 games

8 games each in Cheetah and Chameleon Championship rounds; top 42 based on 32-game pinfall totals for the four animal patterns will advance to the PBA World Championship cashers’s round.

1, Brandon Novak, Chillicothe, Ohio, 3,817
2, B.J. Moore III, Greensburg, Pa., 3,741
3, E.J. Tackett, Huntington, Ind., 3,676
4, Patrick Girard, Canada, 3,668
5, Thomas Larsen, Denmark, 3,647
6, Dick Allen, Columbia, S.C., 3,641
7, Dom Barrett, England, 3,633
8 (tie), Sean Rash, Montgomery, Ill., and Mitch Beasley, Clarksville, Tenn., 3,631
10, Marshall Kent, Yakima, Wash., 3,619
11, Arturo Quintero, Mexico, 3,612
12, Jesper Svensson, Sweden, 3,604
13, Dave Wodka, Beavercreek, Ohio, 3,601
14, Patrick Dombrowski, Parma, Ohio, 3,589
15, Francois Louw, South Africa, 3,586
16, Darren Tang, San Francisco, Calif., 3,571
17, Francois Lavoie, Canada, 3,566
18, Zeke Bayt, Westerville, Ohio, 3,564
19, Sam Cooley, Australia, 3,563
20, Matthew McNiel, Minneapolis, Minn., 3,553
21, Daniel Fransson, Sweden, 3,549
22, Liu Shaoyi, China, 3,544
23, Greg Ostrander, Freehold, N.J., 3,537
24, Kevin Donovan, Painted Post, N.Y., 3,535
25, Mike DeVaney, Winchester, Calif., 3,527
26, Jakob Butturff, Chandler, Ariz., 3,524
27, Mike Wolfe, New Albany, Ind., 3,521
28, Daria Pajak, Poland, 3,520
29, Tom Smallwood, Saginaw, Mich., 3,516
30, Chris Arcaro, Wilmington, N.C., 3,511
31 (tie), Martin Larsen, Sweden, and Osku Palermaa, Finland, 3,504
33, Anthony Lavery-Spahr, Pasadena, Texas, 3,502
34, John Furey, Freehold, N.J., 3,501
35, Anthony Simonsen, Princeton, Texas, 3,497
36, Brad Miller, Maryland Heights, Mo., 3,495
37 (tie), PJ Haggerty, Roseville, Calif., and Matthew O’Grady, South Amboy, N.J., 3,494
39, Bob Learn Jr., Erie, Pa., 3,489
40 (tie), Jeff Evans, Supply, N.C.; Cameron Weier, Tacoma, Wash., and Amleto Monacelli, Venezuela, 3,488
………
43, Patrick Allen, South Salem, N.Y., 3,486
44, Tommy Jones, Simpsonville, S.C., 3,485
45, Ron Mohr, Las Vegas, 3,484
46, Mik Stampe, Denmark, 3,483
47, Brad Angelo, Lockport, N.Y., 3,482
48, Pascal Winternheimer, Germany, 3,480
49, Walter Ray Williams Jr., Oxford, Fla., 3,478
50, Tom Daugherty, Riverview, Fla., 3,475
51, Andrew Graff, Las Vegas, 3,470
52, Bryon Smith, Roseburg, Ore., 3,469
53, Chris Barnes, Double Oak, Texas, 3,465
54, Jason Belmonte, Australia, 3,464
55, Zhiyong Wang, China, 3,462
56, Jason Sterner, Cocoa, Fla., 3,459
57, Wes Malott, Pflugerville, Texas, 3,455
58, J.R. Raymond, Bay City, Mich., 3,454
59, Richie Teece, England, 3,452
60, Kristopher Prather, Milton, Fla., 3,451
61, Jon Van Hees, Charlestown, R.I., 3,450
62, Markus Jansson, Sweden, 3,449
63, Stuart Williams, England, 3,446
64, Anton Ahlgren, Sweden, 3,445
65 (tie), Jake Peters, Henderson, Nev.; Kyle Troup, Taylorsville, N.C., and w-Liz Johnson, Cheektowaga, N.Y., 3,443
68, Pete Weber, St. Ann, Mo., 3,442
69, Chris Warren, Grants Pass, Ore., 3,439
70 (tie), Michael Haugen Jr., Phoenix; Rhino Page, Orlando, Fla., and Bill O’Neill, Langhorne, Pa., 3,437
73, Carsten Warming Hansen, Denmark, 3,436
74, David Haynes, Las Vegas, 3,434
75, Parker Bohn III, Jackson, N.J., 3,432
76, Nathan Bohr, Austin, Texas, 3,429
77, Lonnie Waliczek, Wichita, Kan., 3,427
78, A.J. Johnson, Oswego, Ill., 3,426
79, Ryan Shafer, Horseheads, N.Y., 3,424
80, Joe Paluszek, Bensalem, Pa., 3,408
81, Lucas Legnani, Argentina, 3,402
82, Mohamed Janahi, Bahrain, 3,396
83 (tie), Benjamin Canfield, Tempe, Ariz., and Tyler Jensen, Ft. Worth, Texas, 3,392
85, Ronnie Russell, Marion, Ind., 3,385
86, Jesse Buss, Belvidere, Ill., 3,372
87, Steven Arehart, Chesapeake, Va., 3,369
88 (tie), Eugene McCune, Munster, Ind., and Nicholas Kruml, Downers Grove, Ill., 3,368
90, Noel Vazquez, Sacramento, Calif., 3,360
91, Johnathan Bower, Middletown, Pa., 3,354
92, Ryan Ciminelli, Cheektowaga, N.Y., 3,352
93, Pontus Andersson, Sweden, 3,345
94, Craig LeMond, Jasper, Ind., 3,340
95, Jonathan Wilbur, North Clarendon, Vt., 3,326
96, Ildemaro Ruiz, Venezuela, 3,325
97, Anthony Pepe, Elmhurst, N.Y., 3,321
98, Graham Fach, Canada, 3,316
99 (tie), Connor Pickford, Charlotte, N.C., and Wang Hongbo, China, 3,315
101, Kevin Croucher, Grants Pass, Ore., 3,307
102, Shawn Maldonado, Houston, 3,305
103 (tie), Michael Wittendorff, Denmark, and Blake Demore, Springfield, Mo., 3,304
105, w-Anggie Ramirez, Colombia, 3,300
106 (tie), Aaron Lorincz, Belleville, Mich., and Hashim Guinomla, Philippines, 3,298
108, Matthew Wozney, Clayton, Del., 3,294
109 (tie), David Krol, Nixa, Mo., and Zhongli Mi, China, 3,293
111, Kristian Rogers, Salisbury, N.C., 3,289
112, Lars Nielsen, Denmark, 3,288
113, LeVinc Samuels, Bermuda, 3,281
114 (tie), Chris Loschetter, Avon, Ohio, and Tom Hess, Urbandale, Iowa, 3,278
116, Chris Bolosan, Newport News, Va., 3,272
117, D.J. Archer, Friendswood, Texas, 3,271
118, Josh Blanchard, Mesa, Ariz., 3,269
119, Scott Newell, Deland, Fla., 3,262
120, Brett Cunningham, Clay, N.Y., 3,259
121, Mike Scroggins, Amarillo, Texas, 3,248
122, Devin Bidwell, Wichita, Kan., 3,247
123, Xu Chen, China, 3,246
124, Ray Teece, England, 3,239
125, Casey Knutson, Sparks, Nev., 3,238
126, Isaac Russell, Malaysia, 3,235
127, Brett Cooper, Denver, 3,233
128, Tobias Boerding, Germany, 3,226
129, Cody McCowin, Daytona Beach, Fla., 3,224
130, Kim Bolleby, Thailand, 3,222
131, Tim Foy Jr., Seaford, Del., 3,213
132, Wang Dali, China, 3,211
133, Ryan Graywacz, Feeding Hills, Mass., 3,206
134, Andres Gomez, Colombia, 3,200
135, Gary Faulkner Jr., Memphis, Tenn., 3,197
136, Zhang Haitao, China, 3,192
137 (tie), w-Ashly Galante, Palm Harbor, Fla., and Lou Yi, China, 3,162
139, w-Liz Kuhlkin, Rotterdam, N.Y., 3,142
140, Andrew Cain, Phoenix, 3,139
141, w-Summer Jasmin, Beckley, W.Va., 3,130
142, Paul Moor, England, 3,129
143, John Szczerbinski, N. Tonawanda, N.Y., 3,126
144, w-Ingelimar Beasley, Venezuela, 3,124
145, Michael Duran, Banning, Calif., 3,108
146, Yong-Jin Gu, South Korea, 3,105
147, Clint Land, Houston, 3,086
148, Martin Bedford, Altus, Okla., 3,081
149, David Maycock, Bermuda, 3,074
150, Jonathan Hocsman, Argentina, 3,066
151, Russell Lopes, Carmichael, Calif., 3,042
152, w-April Lord Wittig, Steilacoom, Wash., 3,023
153, Qi Wankang, China, 3,014
154, Steve Ford, Seaside, Ore., 3,012
155, Agustin Aranguren, Argentina, 3,009
156, Jeremy Mooney, West Palm Beach, Fla., 3,008
157, Adam Wilson, Reno, Nev., 2,989
158, Derek Handy, Redmond, Wash., 2,952
159, Will Vidulich, Parsippany, N.J., 2,925
160, Douglas Hankins, Boise, Idaho, 2,916
161, Tim Frenz, Dickinson, N.D., 2,888
162, Mateo Hernandez, Argentina, 2,870
163, Rickai Binns, Bermuda, 2,827
164, Stephen Bennett, Hampton, Va., 2,815
165, w-Jill Creamer, Folsom, Calif., 2,807
166, J.T. Jackson, Sherman Oaks, Calif., 2,803
167, Xiao Lu, China, 2,617
168, Cody Copeland, Abilene, Texas, 2,610
169, Adrian McCoy, British Virgin Islands, 2,497

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