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Pickwick CrappieUSA First Day Standings


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By Shannon - Posted on 29 May 2009

Here are the top current standings after day one of the CrappieUSA 2009 South Regional Event - Pickwick Lake Two Day Tournament.

------ AMATEUR DIVISION - DAY 1 ------
Place Team Total Weight
1 Brian Ramm/Jeff Heathcott 10.74
2 Keven Moss/Matt Ashcraft 9.01
3 John W. Feagin/Matthew Feagin 9.01
4 Ronald Hollingsworth/B. Hollingsworth 8.93
5 Dennis Chambers 8.70
6 Scott Echols/Crystal Echols 8.68
7 John D. Peyton/Wallace Stinnett 8.67
8 Chuck Justice/Alton Reeves 8.48
9 Lynn Clark/Charles M. Clark 8.46
10 Roger Echols/Steve Echols 8.36
------ SEMI-PRO DIVISION - DAY 1 ------
Place Team Total Weight
1 Ronnie Capps/Steve Coleman 10.92
2 Tim Ridley/Scott Watson 10.67
3 Dickey Barry/James Brian Barnes 9.98
4 John Woods/Tracy McIntosh 9.80
5 John Eubanks/Shane Moore 9.37
6 Charlie Kent/Ray Looney 9.26
7 Roy T. Cape, Jr./Robert Harris 9.17
8 Matthew Tosh/William Johnson 9.09
9 Gilford L. Sipes/Coy G. Sipes 9.03
10 Henry R. Haley/Jo Haley 8.99
------ BIG FISH - DAY 1 ------
Place Team Total Weight
1 Ronald Hollingsworth/B. Hollingsworth 2.02
2 Brian Ramm/Jeff Heathcott 1.98
3 Tim Ridley/Scott Watson 1.98
4 Dickey Barry/Brian James 1.97
5 Tracy Humber/Charles B. Humber 1.89
Amateur - Day 1
Semi-pro - Day 1
Big Fish - Day 1

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