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« on: September 26, 2011, 08:27:21 PM »
Anyone know where to find results for the Senior Nationals 1990-95?
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Re: Help finding results
« Reply #1 on: September 26, 2011, 08:52:40 PM »
Too bad you aren't talking about these Senior Nationals.....haha!

All-Americans

1990
Pittsburgh, Pa.

103
1. Danny Breeden (Oklahoma)
2. Erin Razo (Trinity H.S., California)
3. Harris Lawton (South Carolina)
4. Doug Rexroad (West Virginia)
5. Can Tran (Arroyo H.S., California)
6. Al Martinez (New Mexico)
7. Vincent Vigil (New Mexico)
8. Brett Caims (Kansas)

112
1. Bobby Young (Montana)
2. Matt Hanulke (Wisconsin)
3. Kris Hayward (Florida)
4. David Hirsch (New York)
5. Fernando Astacio (Florida)
6. L. Duran (New Mexico)
7. Tony Hill (Michigan)
8. Gary Baker (Maryland)

119
1. Bryan Van Tassell (Utah)
2. Matt McCoy (Ohio)
3. Ryan Tennis (Alaska)
4. Keith Davis (Florida)
5. Jason Zamiska (Ohio)
6. Shawn Welch (New York)
7. Mario Contreras (Florida)
8. Chris Kelley (Tennessee)

125
1. Joe Piazza (Iowa)
2. Rob Langenwalter (Esperanza H.S., California)
3. Troy Szyclel (Wisconsin)
4. Albert Almanza (New Mexico)
5. Doug Shaffer (New York)
6. Mike Dombrowski (Iowa)
7. J.C. Watt (Colorado)
8. Jack Donahue (Wyoming)

130
1. Gene Curran (Maryland)
2. Don Van Tassell (Idaho)
3. Mike Ellsworth (Michigan)
4. Kelly Bitsko (Florida)
5. Kirk Shutz (Wisonsin)
6. Scott Wilson (Indiana)
7. Todd Chertow (West Virginia)
8. Larry Simpson (Delaware)

135
1. Steve Cassidy (Pennsylvania)
2. John Weber (Oklahoma)
3. Paul Collier (Delaware)
4. Tim Haven (Florida)
5. Antonio Reyes (Colorado)
6. Marc Foreman (Indiana)
7. Bill Taylor (Ohio)
8. Chad Butters (Michigan)

140
1. Bryan Unkert (New Jersey)
2. Mike Migliaccio (Kentucky)
3. Scott Shaw (Maryland)
4. Rick Monge (Mater Dei H.S., California)
5. Greg Woods (Ohio)
6. Jeremy Ask (Iowa)
7. Darrick Peatree (Virginia)
8. Brian Lake (Colorado)

145
1. Earl Walker (Delaware)
2. Dan Wimsberger (South Carolina)
3. Dan Colace (Massachusetts)
4. Jim Andrassy (Ohio)
5. Troy Erdman (Pennsylvania)
6. Keith Sieracki (Wisconsin)
7. Tony Abbott (Indiana)
8. Steve Taylor (New York)

152
1. Todd Pylkas (Florida)
2. Mark Bruner (Indiana)
3. Ed Miles (Iowa)
4. Gary Deaguero (Colorado)
5. Tom Lamont (Utah)
6. Josh Cruze (Ohio)
7. Brian Wingate (Michigan)
8. Brian Gary (New York)

160
1. Dan Rule (Iowa)
2. Rob Pavletic (Indiana)
3. Willie Thompson (Oklahoma)
4. Chad Kroeze (Iowa)
5. Richard Conti (Arizona)
6. Ryan Springer (Montana)
7. Brent Blackner (Maine)
8. Aaron Francher (Illinois)

171
1. Bob Ferraro (Pennsylvania)
2. Brett Colombini (Ukiah H.S., California)
3.Stan Banks (North Carolina)
4. Emilio Collins (New York)
5. James Starks (Indiana)
6. Paul Fitzpatrick (Massachusetts)
7. Joe Heil (Wisconsin)
8. David Lancaster (North Carolina)

189
1. Zach Cooper (Canyon H.S., California)
2. Jeremy Lay (Kansas)
3. Alan Hazel (Michigan)
4. Bruce Morgan (Pennsylvania)
5. George Young (Louisiana)
6. Abel Shultz (Maine)
7. Greg Dimit (Iowa)
8. Jeff Stanley (Virginia)

275
1. Scott Martin (Pennsylvania)
2. Alan Orts (Virginia)
3. Wallis Keck (Ohio)
4. Dan Hicks (Oklahoma)
5. Demitrius Jackson (Indiana)
6. Jeffery Urbas (Kansas)
7. David Olson (Michigan)
8. Ed Rufus (Florida)

*NO TEAM SCORE

1991
Pittsburgh, Pa.

103
1. Akihiro Yoshikawa (Cupertino H.S., California)
2. Matt Chessluk (Massachusetts)
3. Matt Holt (Massachusetts)
4. Jeff Loyd (Tennesse)
5. Kamamatic Solomon (Delaware)
6. Drew Rideout (Massachusetts)
7. Marc Gray (Michigan)
8. Daniel Escalante (Kansas)

112
1. Willie Carpenter (New Jersey)
2. Dan Leemaster (Ohio)
3. Eric Ivins (Oklahoma)
4. Lin Prim (Oklahoma)
5. Pat Mack (Valhalla H.S., California)
6. Greg Baldridge (Oklahoma)
7. Chris Matteotti (New York)
8. Bart Lujan (New Mexico)

119
1. Jimmy Aguirre (Clovis H.S., California)
2. Brian Maksimoswski (Michigan)
3. Fred Fabbrini (Pennsylvania)
4. Jim Gallager (Massachusetts)
5. Brian Eveleth (Maryland)
6. Jonah Olquin (Colorado)
7. Todd Miller (Georgia)
8. Juan Heredia (Kansas)

125
1. Gary Quintana (Selma H.S., California)
2. John Marchette (Ohio)
3. Steve St. John (Ohio)
4. J.J. Fashacht (Pennsylvania)
5. Danny Thornburg (Oklahoma)
6. Van Possage (Ohio)
7. Ivan Rosario (Pennsylvania)
8. Jason Keck (Missouri)

130
1. Dennis Masters (Colorado)
2. Joey Calhoun (Ohio)
3. Colothdian Tate (Lousinana)
4. David Sterling (Iowa)
5. Matt Ironside (Iowa)
6. Clint Lopez (Kansas)
7. Brent Layman (Maryland)
8. Jody Church (Wyoming)

135
1. Dave Leonardis (New Jersey)
2. Brent Voorhees (South Dakota)
3. Ashley Keltner (Montana)
4. Scott Bitley (Michigan)
5. Steve Caruso (New York)
6. Craig Zachmeier (North Dakota)
7. Kamani Brown (Tennessee)
8. K.C. Wilkerso (Oklahoma)

140
1. Steve Darling (New Jersey)
2. Scott Patterson (Minnesota)
3. Charles Becks (Ohio)
4. Frank DeMarinis (Massachusetts)
5. Jay Michael (West Virginia)
6. Mike Camarra (Massachusetts)
7. Mike Smith (Idaho)
8. Tony Doughert (Iowa)

145
1. Lamar Thompson (South Carolina)
2. Roberto Rivera (Delaware)
3. Chad Beeson (Kansas)
4. Milton George (Kansas)
5. Erick Williams (Alabama)
6. Frank Nicklis (Virginia)
7. Jason Carino (Connecticut)
8. Vince Higgs (Maryland)

152
1. Chris Hernandez (Kansas)
2. Steve Best (Wisconsin)
3. Kenny Porter (Nevada)
4. Corbon Kinney (Iowa)
5. Jim Belcher (Illinois)
6. Brandon Brown (Texas)
7. Joe Plouse (Ohio)
8. Mark Houghton (Florida)

160
1. Rick Hepp (Ohio)
2. Paul Antellio (Delaware)
3. Jason Hendricks (Valhalla H.S., California)
4. Reese Andy (Montana)
5. Kareem Ali (Texas)
6. Rodney Acox (Oklahoma)
7. Aaron Hodges (Kansas)
8. Chris Statemeyer (Maryland)

171
1. Marcus Mollica (Ohio)
2. Matt Brady (Michigan)
3. Jesse Rawls (Pennsylvania)
4. Douglas Zembiec (New Mexico)
5. Eric Walts (Connecticut)
6. Tom Demonotigny (Wyoming)
7. Travis King (Oklahoma)
8. Jake Marshall (Utah)

189
1. Walter Reed (Maryland)
2. Scott Urbah (Kansas)
3. David Seamands (Kansas)
4. Rodney Wallace (Arizona)
5. Damon Poage (South Carolina)
6. Derrick Williams (Alabama)
7. Avid Andreus (Michigan)
8. Lee Mahlstede (Utah)

275
1. Matt wills (Indiana)
2. James Poulin (Connecticut)
3. Joe Yants (New York)
4. Michael Schlepp (Kansas)
5. Scott Pulse (South Dakota)
6. John Cachara (California)
7. Jason Maguerite (Massachusetts)
8. Bryan Kearns (Connecticut)

*NO TEAM SCORE

 

1992
Pittsburgh, Pa.

103
1. Tyson Rondeau (Arizona)
2. Chad Short (Oklahoma)
3. Lindsey Durlacher (Illinois)
4. Brain Santa Maria (Ohio)
5. Rhom Colquit (Connecticut)
6. Pete Taft (Iowa)
7. Coby Wright (Bakersfield H.S., California)
8. Tomas Cauthen (North Carolina)

112
1. Brian Brown (Oklahoma)
2. Tony DeSouza (Chaffey H.S., California)
3. Anthony Sorantino (Delaware)
4. Shawn Miller (Maryland)
5. Tom Smith (Iowa)
6. Scott Goodale (Kansas)
7. Scott Murray (Kansas)
8. Joe Diaz (Colorado)

119
1. Shawn Bateman (Oklahoma)
2. Adam Feldman (South Dakota)
3. Brent Doonan (Kansas)
4. Len Schork (Ohio)
5. Justin King (Oklahoma)
6. Terry Shinkle (Ohio)
7. Scott Frinzi (New Jersey)
8. Matt Jensen (Kansas)

125
1. Lyle Geyer (Kansas)
2. Mike Rogers (Florida)
3. Phillip Almanza (New Mexico)
4. Ryan Nunamaker (Pennsylvania)
5. Jared Ezzell (North Carolina)
6. Dusty Rhodes (Iowa)
7. Tony Condi (Kentucky)
8. Walter Rieks (Virginia)

130
1. Justin Ware (Kansas)
2. Jim Guzzio (Connecticut)
3. Brandon Buckley (Florida)
4. John Johnson (Oklahoma)
5. Kyle Bentley (Ohio)
6. Steve Herceg (Pennsylvania)
7. Daniel Maes (Arroyo H.S., California)
8. Tommy Dell (Maryland)

135
1. Mike Samples (Oklahoma)
2. Abdu Malik (Virginia)
3. Jason Ramstetter (Colorado)
4. Todd Hicks (Michigan)
5. Ryan Kringlie (North Dakota)
6. Kevin Klein (Missouri)
7. Brandon Cruth (Kansas)
8. Dennis Watson (Indiana)

140
1. Cary Kolat (Pennsylvania)
2. Roger Chandler (Ohio)
3. Chris Bono (Florida)
4. Kyle Porter (Hughson H.S., California)
5. Mark Petras (Pennsylvania)
6. Jason Hartman (Ohio)
7. Ryan Edmundson (Indiana)
8. Craig Wise (Ohio)

145
1. Randy Walsh (Arizona)
2. Chris Ebanks (Massachusetts)
3. Arah Alizaden (Virginia)
4. David Wellmeier (Ohio)
5. Jeremy Potvin (Massachusetts)
6. Tito Blount (North Carolina)
7. Mike Kelly (Wisconsin)
8. Chad McPhatter (Virginia)

152
1. Justin Thaw (Kansas)
2. Jeff Lawless (Ohio)
3. Bryan Matusic (Pennsylvania)
4. Dan Peterson (Pennsylvania)
5. Rob Rickman (Kentucky)
6. Marc Brade (Virginia)
7. Matt Hughes (Illinois)
8. Jess Hurley (Michigan)

160
1. John Gibeaut (Ohio)
2. Ralph conte (Ohio)
3. Jason Kraft (New York)
4. Jason Peters (Pennsylvania)
5. Brian Layman (Maryland)
6. Marcus Mainz (Kansas)
7. Eddy Clark (North Carolina)
8. Bryan Attencio (Colorado)

171
1. Mike Quaglio (New York)
2. Al Strobl (Illinois)
3. David McCubbins (Indiana)
4. Michael Auerbach (Ohio)
5. Jeremiah Miller (South Hills H.S., California)
6. James Farley (Ohio)
7. Brett Canady (Kansas)
8. Timothy Kyle (Oklahoma)

189
1. Nick Nutter (Ohio)
2. Dave Longoria (Washington)
3. Jamal Patterson (New Jersey)
4. Lalo Moz (Hanford H.S., California)
5. Josh Gooch (Kansas)
6. Parrish Pierce (Oklahoma)
7. Jeff Abbott (Pennyslvania)
8. Bazemore (Massachusetts)

275
1. Bill Maurer (Wisconsin)
2. Karl Jones (Minnesota)
3. Tony Roush (Indiana)
4. Josh Clifford (Connecticut)
5. Norman Ayers (Ohio)
6. Corey Farkas (Poway H.S., California)
7. Marlon Houston (Oklahoma)
8. Tom Sondgeroth (Illinois)

*NO TEAM SCORE.

1993
Pittsburgh, Pa.

103
1. John Carvalheira (New York)
2. Michael Bailey (Indiana)
3. Sean Kim (Schurr H.S., California)
4. Jeremy Myers (Maryland)
5. Adrian Tramutola (Florida)
6. Shawn Jensen (Utah)
7. Keno Shephard (Virginia)
8. Mark Garcia (New Mexico)

112
1. Kevin Saniga (Pennsylvania)
2. Henry Gerten (Minnesota)
3. Michael Alcala (Arizona)
4. Jose Enriquez (John Glenn H.S., California)
5. Chris Stevens (New York)
6. Jose Serrano (New Mexico
7. Robbie Archer (West Virginia)
8. Levincent Clark (Florida)

119
1. Jacob Hey (Illinois)
2. Keith McCoy (Illinois)
3. Marc Lombardy (New Jersey)
4. Kip Williamson (Minnesota)
5. Shane Mack (New York)
6. Craig Middledorf (Maryland)
7. Kelly Shields (Ohio)
8. Derek Stolworthy (New Mexico)

125
1. Shawn Enright (Ohio)
2. Steve Klass (Pennsylvania)
3. Zachary Geary (Iowa)
4. Lee Marks (Indiana)
5. Jeff Tufano (Pennsylvania)
6. Sean McCool (Santa Teresa H.S., California)
7. Greg Kessler (Maryland)
8. Chris Lampe (Kansas)

130
1.Jeff McGinness (Iowa)
2. Pat Coyle (New Jersey)
3. Dwight Hinson (Oklahoma)
4. Bryce Bochy (Montana)
5. Mark Pazdernik (North Dakota)
6. Anthony Ialeggio (New Jersey)
7. Travis King (South Dakota)
8. C.J. Hansen (New York)

135
1. Brett Werkheiser (Pennsylvania)
2. Bobby Jenkins (Utah)
3. Michael Mason (West Virginia)
4. Michael Dean (Wyoming)
5. Brad Murphy (Nebraska)
6. Eddie Ramos (Porterville H.S., California)
7. Doug Moore (West Virginia)
8. Chris Galland (Oklahoma)

140
1. Anthony Valencia (Keppel H.S., California)
2. Scott Harrington (New Jersey)
3. Cassidy Presgrove (Oklahoma)
4. Douglas Batey (Maryland)
5. Andrew Goodwin (Connecticut)
6. Joe Price (Arizona)
7. Damon Newsome (Maryland)
8. Eric Freed (West Virginia)

145
1. Steve Kosarko (Ohio)
2. Eric Douglas (Indiana)
3. Chris Sabo (Virginia)
4. Brad Ginn (Virginia)
5. Jeremy Wilkinson (Ohio)
6. Shawn White (Ohio)
7. Brett Thompson (Virginia)
8. Charles Barton (South Carolina)

152
1. Scott Chapman (Rim of the World H.S., California)
2. Case Hooper (Indiana)
3. Carl Williamson (Florida)
4. Brian Hill (Kansas)
5. Dan Sweeting (Iowa)
6. Tucker Heap (Utah)
7. Michael Roller (Oklahoma)
8. Chad Pike (Minnesota)

160
1. Joe Mahoney (Wisconsin)
2. Joe Farr (Pennsylvania)
3. Barry Jarvis (Ohio)
4. Matt Kiser (Pennsylvania)
5. Justin Bird (New Jersey)
6. Rya Tobin (South Dakota)
7. Scott Henry (Kansas)
8. Brian Collier (South Carolina)

171
1. Mitch Clark (New York)
2. Grant Johnson (Maryland)
3. Jason Robinson (Pennsylvania)
4. Aaron Simpson (Arizona)
5. Jason Street (Montana)
6. Robert Armey (Iowa)
7. Brandon Slay (Texas)
8. Frank Field (Massachusetts)

189
1. Doug Joseph (Pennsylvania)
2. David Workman (Ohio)
3. Aaron Stark (Oregon)
4. Tim Leavell (Indiana)
5. Jon White (Kansas)
6. Jeremiah Constant (Oklahoma)
7. Ryan Resel (South Dakota)
8. Jeramy Hunt-Loveless (Utah)

275
1. Airron Richardson (Ohio)
2. Adam Greiner (Iowa)
3. Chad Mast (Clovis H.S., California)
4. Jason Hayn (Ohio)
5. Frank Wolnitzek (Kentucky)
6. Chris Courtney (West Virginia)
7. Darrick Roberson (Delaware)
8. Jason McCloud (Minnesota)

Team Results (top ten)
1. Ohio: 185.5
2. Pennsylvania: 166.0
3. California: 157.5 (7 All-Americans)
4. Indiana: 116.0
5. Iowa: 112.5
6. New York: 110.0
7. Maryland: 109.0
8. New Jersey: 104.5
9. Oklahoma: 103.5
10. Minnesota: 92.5

1994
Pittsburgh, Pa.

103
1. Damon Gray (Michigan)
2. Chris Mansueto (Pennsylvania)
3. Brent Bondurant (Wyoming)
4. P.J. Camerone (Massachusetts)
5. Clay Cavanaugh (South Carolina)
6. Jeremy Sprague (Iowa)
7. Jason Conley (Washington)
8. Michael Marquez (Colorado)

112
1. Shane Valdez (Calvary Chapel H.S., California)
2. Chris Viola (Virginia)
3. Gary Harris (Maryland)
4. Eric Keller (Iowa)
5. Luke Workman (Ohio)
6. Benjamin Hatta (Ohio)
7. Brodie Cooney (Montana)
8. Brandon McKinney (Indiana)

119
1. Chris Arcuri (Pennsylvania)
2. Dane Valdez (Calvary Chapel H.S., California)
3. Eddie Javne (Ohio)
4. Stein Edwards (Florida)
5. Shane Fichter (Ohio)
6. Lucas Trujillo (New Mexico)
7. Josh Hutchens (Indiana)
8. Dustin DeNunzio (Florida)

125
1. Whitey Chlebove (Pennsylvania)
2. Biff Walizer (Pennsylvania)
3. James Hieronymus (New York)
4. Liston Brown (New York)
5. Chad Jesko (Pennsylvania)
6. Jose DeAnda (Nebraska)
7. Greg Mayer (Michigan)
8. Bradley Meyer (Wyoming)

130
1. David Maldonado (Indiana)
2. Jon Frent (New Jersey)
3. Brian Aparo (New York)
4. Juan Alvarez (El Modena H.S., California)
5. Ben Shane (Iowa )
6. Jason Hernandez (New Jersey)
7. Dane Weber (Pennsylvania)
8. Britt Madison (Kansas)

135
1. James Johnson (Ohio)
2. Alfred Frausto (Edison H.S., California)
3. George Mercardo (Oak Grove H.S., California)
4. Stephen Kaiser (Kentucky)
5. Mark Getz (Pennsylvania)
6. Jake Roe (New York)
7. Chris Currier (Montana)
8. Dustin Morris (Wyoming)

140
1. Clint Musser (Ohio)
2. Mark Samples (West Virginia)
3. Rod Peddy (Oklahoma)
4. Robert Presta (Montana)
5. Moise Perez (Madera H.S., California)
6. Kristofer Fleck (North Dakota)
7. Jeremy Bailer (New Jersey)
8. Jesse Krebs (North Dakota)

145
1. Jacob Shaus (New York)
2. Keith Shamblin (Ohio)
3. Bruce Hainin (Pennsylvania)
4. Tony Gizio (Connecticut)
5. Ray Wilhelm (Minnesota)
6. Justin Kerr (Ohio)
7. Jimmy Arias (Oklahoma)
8. Casey Thomas (Montana)

152
1. Russell Jones (New York)
2. Matt McDonnell (Illinois)
3. Mark Jones (Oklahoma)
4. Aaron Crane (Indiana)
5. Brian Flanagan (Ohio)
6. Todd Foster (Iowa)
7. Brad Horton (Iowa)
8. Shawn Morgan (Washington)

160
1. Jason Moaney (Delaware)
2. Kevin Haider (South Dakota)
3. Tim Hartung (Wisconsin)
4. Tom Minogue (New York)
5. Cody Fletcher (Wyoming)
6. Bob McKenney (Michigan)
7. Eric Philp (Madera H.S., California)
8. Bobby Lashley (Kansas)

171
1. Sam Neider (Ohio)
2. Nathan Burroughs (Pennsylvania)
3. Joe Walton (Florida)
4. John Shipley (New Jersey)
5. Mike French (San Diego H.S., California)
6. Dan Platzar (Ohio)
7. James Short (North Carolina)
8. Ken Bigley (Wisconsin)

189
1. Anthony Gary (Ohio)
2. Ryan Walters (North Dakota)
3. Lee Fullhart (Iowa)
4. Matt Holovach (Kansas)
5. Gage Short (Pennsylvania)
6. Charles Higdon (Florida)
7. Jonathan Huseman (Oklahoma)
8. Jason Green (South Dakota)

275
1. Jeremy Tate (Ohio)
2. Andy Schneider (Indiana)
3. Sheldon Benjamin (Missouri)
4. Ryan Collins (South Carolina)
5. Brian Schmidt (Missouri)
6. Wali Sibrie (Buena Park H.S., California)
7. Michael Scallion (Oklahoma)
8. Jeff Schreiber (Kansas)

Team Standings (top 10)
1. Ohio: 251.5
2. Pennsylvania: 189.0
3. California: 164.5 (9 All-Americans)
4. New York: 151.5
5. Iowa: 94.5
6. Indiana: 89.0
7. Oklahoma: 87.5
8. Kansas: 86.0
9. Wyoming: 81.5
10. New Jersey: 78.5

1995
Pittsburgh, Pa.

103
1. Marty Kusick (Maryland)
2. Bubba McCullough (Oklahoma)
3. Tirrell Burdock (Maryland)
4. Phillip Castro (Arizona)
5. Clint Loyd (Oklahoma)
6. Jeremy Royds (Massachusetts)
7. Hamayoon Sharifi (Colorado)
8. Marcos Jeantete (New Mexico)

112
1. Teague Moore (Pennsylvania)
2. Michael Kawamura (Rosemead H.S., California)
3. Jonathan Archuleta (Colorado)
4. Mike Kusick (Maryland)
5. Ruben DeLeon (Chaffey H.S., California)
6. Troy Taylor (Utah)
7. Kris Nelson (North Dakota)
8. David Caruso (New York)

119
1. Mark Angle (Pennsylvania)
2. Michael Coyle (New Jersey)
3. Bob Hanson (New Jersey)
4. Rafael Vega (Vermont)
5. Richard Duarte (Colorado)
6. August Dennis (Florida)
7. Brian Roshovich (Ohio)
8. Michael Babineaux (Louisiana)

125
1. Eric Guerrero (Independence H.S., California)
2. Greg Larson (Indiana)
3. Zac Stratton (Colorado)
4. James Torres (Indiana)
5. Jamey Keller (Minnesota)
6. Adam Murphy (Minnesota)
7. Adam Plouse (Ohio)
8. Jason Grant (Virginia)

130
1. Blake Hoerr (Illinois)
2. Chris Hammond (Vermont)
3. Jeff Sucher (Ohio)
4. Tim Higgins (West Virginia)
5. Jeff Harrington (Wyoming)
6. Randy Owings (Maryland)
7. Cliff Ward (West Virginia)
8. Ben Hahlen (Ohio)

135
1. Steve Elkins (Oklahoma)
2. Chadd Kerr (Indiana)
3. Jeff Reese (New York)
4. Michael Reckman (Ohio)
5. John Alexander (Minnesota)
6. Glenn Pero (Wisconsin)
7. David Inkman (Maryland)
8. Michael Dixon (Virginia)

140
1. James Leavell (Indiana)
2. Brett Matter (New Jersey)
3. Randy Pugh (Iowa)
4. Robert Laston (New York)
5. Troy Yegge (Iowa)
6. Stan Spoor (Delaware)
7. Joel Dramis (North Carolina)
8. Tyler Hurry (Illinois)

145
1. Cory Wallman (South Dakota)
2. Vernon Cannon (Indiana)
3. Byron Tucker (Virginia)
4. Muneer James (New Jersey)
5. Jeremy Sell (Montana)
6. Zac Yinger (Maryland)
7. Joshua Holiday (Calvary Chapel H.S., California)
8. Wayne Mooney (Minnesota)

152
1. Jason Webster (Centennial H.S., California)
2. Jamie Groudle (Ohio)
3. Ed Mosley (Calvary Chapel H.S., California)
4. Gary Hirsch (Wyoming)
5. Karl Haywood (New Jersey)
6. Jake Hoyt (New York)
7. Delaney Berger (North Dakota)
8. Chris Snyder (Indiana)

160
1. Kevinn Welsh (Ohio)
2. Daniel DeVivo (Maryland)
3. Tom Bogan (Pennsylvania)
4. Scott Reese (Virginia)
5. James Sizemore (Oklahoma)
6. Markese Nelson (Tennessee)
7. Shawn Bammes (Kansas)
8. Marty Walton (Rhode Island)

171
1. Ken Hall (New Jersey)
2. Brandon Eggum (Montana)
3. Demetrist Huff (Upland H.S., California)
4. Ross Thatcher (Ohio)
5. Will Hill (Indiana)
6. Turk Lords (Montana)
7. Orville Palmer (Connecticut)
8. Raymond Cato (Oklahoma)

189
1. Joshua Clausen (Minnesota)
2. Ryan Root (Ohio)
3. Brent Boeshans (North Dakota)
4. Brett Wilderman (Connecticut)
5. Josh Hendricks (Ohio)
6. Sean O'Brian (Kansas)
7. Seth Charles (New York)
8. Dan Bair (Ohio)

275
1. Tim Croff (Arizona)
2. Patrick Mayes (Indiana)
3. Tim Courtard (Ohio)
4. Rob Miller (Minnesota)
5. Bryan Yeager (Oak Grove H.S., California)
6. Mark Janus (Maryland)
7. Matt Gaul (Pennsylvania)
8. Nate Romanek (Massachusetts)

Team Standings (top 10)
1. Ohio: 202.5
2. California: 163.0 (8 All-Americans)
3. Indiana: 158.5
4. Maryland: 150.5
5. Minnesota: 116.5
6. New Jersey: 115.0
7. New York: 114.0
8. Oklahoma: 104.5
9. Pennsylvania: 104.0
10. Colorado: 102.5


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Re: Help finding results
« Reply #2 on: September 26, 2011, 09:08:10 PM »
I know smarty lol Freestyle and greco
Aequitas - Veritas (is Latin)
Cóir - Fírinne
Justice - Truth

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