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We had a great crowd come to Warner Robins for the first tournament there in a couple of years. Thank you so much to the Cleaton family for all of their hard work getting everything ready for us. It was Perfect and they ran a Great Tournament!
Larry Myers was on fire from start to finish in the Championship Class. Larry pitched a Smoking Hot 71.50 percent for the day on the way to the Tournament Champion Patch. Marshall Little continues to improve his game as he pitched almost 60% for the day taking 2nd Place. Ron Cloutier was still in fine form as he took 3rd Place.
Ray Hudgins was another pitcher on fire all day as well never losing a game on the way to the Class A Championship. Marcus Waters recovered quite nicely from the whipping Ray gave him in the first game of the day. Marcus was on the receiving end of Rayís best game of the day poor ol Marcus was pitching ringers but Ray cancelled every one of them as he never even let Marcus score. Marcus must have got fired up as he came back to take 3rd Place. Todd Holland was on fire as well taking 2nd Place with a Fantastic 40.50% day.
Chuck Poole is rounding into form this year taking a well-deserved 1st Place in Class B. Jim McElveen followed Chuck up with a hard fought 2nd Place. Tom Carter wound up on top of a logjam of pitchers tied for 3rd Place to take the 3rd spot.
In a rare show of pitching ability Ronnie Miller toped Class C. For a change Ronnie was picture Perfect not losing a game on the way to the title. Larry Munn was right on his heels with only one loss in taking 2nd Place. Suzanne Miller rounded out the top three with a 3rd Place finish.
Lill Piotter survived a four way tie for first before the playoff to determine the Class D Champ. Lill had to climb all the way from the first game of the playoff to the final game to take the Title. In the first round she faced Don Cleaton Sr. and took the game to move on to face her friend Jean Bullington. Lill took the game and moved on to face Buddy Ayer in the final game. Lill was on a Roll by then and took the game and the Class D Title. Congrats Lill you did a Great Job.
Dennis Lanning also had a perfect day on the way to the Class E Title. Dennis didnít lose a game all day as he pitched a very consistent game all day. Frank Beck tried as hard as he could but couldnít catch Dennis. Frank took home a well-deserved 2nd Place finish. Don Cleaton Jr took home a well-deserved 3rd Place even while doing his part to run the tournament.
Donít forget next week is the State Doubles Tournament in Hull Georgia. It will be a lot of fun and your only chance at one of the Golden State Doubles Championship Patches. I hope everyone can come out and join us.