The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

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July 16, 2013

Reece’s focus will shift soon

Late entrant Albaugh shoots well; Freeman has luck on his side

(Continued)

DANIELS —

Championship Flight

Brandon Reece 68-69-71--208

Kelly Shumate 74-70-70--214

Alan Wharton 72-71-72--215

Derek Brooks 72-74-69--215

Brandon Waters 71-70-75--216

Winston Canada 73-70-74--217

Davey Jude 70-74-73--217

x-Greg McGraw 72-71-76--219

x-Michael Powers 68-72-81--221

Aaron Kemlock 71-71-79--221

David Cassis 73-75-75--223

x-Mike Mays 71-72-81--224

Timmy Boggs 72-73-80--225

Chris Sparks 72-72-82--226

x-David McClure 72-73-82--227

Todd Albaugh 73-71-79--229

First Flight

y-Ed McCall 73-77-75--225

Brian Farley 76-74-76--226

y-Dwight Smith 76-76-75--227

Marty Maret 77-74-77--228

y-Billy Lane 76-74-78--228

Gary W. Cooper 79-74-75--228

Mike Smith 77-73-80--230

x-Dennis Vass 75-77-80--232

Nick Mays 75-76-81--232

x-David Cook 77-76-81--234

Greg Simmons 77-73-85--235

J.R. Fox 76-74-85--235

Stuart Scott 77-74-87--238

Don Goins 72-80-92--244

Second Flight

J.R. Scott 78-76-71--225

y-Chuck Stevenson 76-79-74--229

Tony Giles 74-80-76--230

x-David Jude 77-79-75--231

Don Jones 80-76-75--231

y-Sam Corey 81-73-78--232

x-Bumper Wright 79-76-79--234

David Crone 78-75-79--234

x-Tim Fitzwater 78-78-80--236

Harold Davis 76-78-82--236

x-Rick Vass 75-79-85--239

x-Ardie Jenkins 77-77-85-239

Greg Midkiff 79-76-84--239

y-Jerry Hickman 78-77-87--242

Third Flight

y-Butch Freeman 80-81-74--235

John Handy 77-80-81--238

Tim Irwin 79-78-83-240

x-Stewart Myers 81-79-81--241

Erik Koch 76-81-84--241

Gary Cooper 78-80-84--242

z-Rick Thompson 80-77-87--244

x-Mark Workman 83-75-87--245

Travis Brunty 84-74-89--247

Butch Fox 77-83-89--247

x-Jeff Shrewsberry 85-76-87--248

Rick Bryner 78-82-89--249

Todd Griffith 83-78-91--252

Charlie Honaker 83-77-96--256

Fourth Flight

Dewayne Durham 87-75-77--239

Tom McGirl 79-85-79--243

Danny Dillon 82-80-82-244

x-Alan Brinegar 82-81-82--245

Chad Griffith 80-83-84--246

x-Larry Powers 81-81-85--247

John Shelton 84-81-84--249

x-Karl Klaus 84-78-90--252

y-James Gilbert 82-82-89--253

x-Robert Wharton 74-92-89--255

y-Ernie Fox 83-83-91--257

David Gorby 83-82-94--259

Fifth Flight

Sam Townley 83-84-78--245

Jeff Miller 91-78-76--245

y-David Wolfe 81-87-79--247

Eric Scalf 82-85-84--251

y-Gerald Walker 82-85-83--251

George Barr 84-84-84--252

Jack Holt 84-84-85--253

Jay Cantley 84-85-86--255

Greg Mullens 86-83-86--255

x-Rick Barbero 83-85-89--257

z-Bob “Wheel” Thomas 90-78-90--258

x-Bob Saunders 80-87-92--259

x-Joe Sparks 84-84-93--261

Sixth Flight

y-Terrence Beam 84-87-82--253

Mac Hylton 87-83-86--256

y-William Massey 82-88-86--256

Gary Wharton 82-88-86--256

x-Pat Crickard 85-88-85--258

Ryan Crook 83-88-91--262

Shawn Nibert 77-94-93--264

y-Charlie Houck 89-83-92--264

Mike Chapman 84-89-93--266

x-Steve Giles 98-75-96--269

Jacob Morris 91-82-97--270

JT Bradley 87-83-100--270

Robert Henderson 84-86-WD--WD

Jimmy Jones 85-85-WD--WD

Seventh Flight

Jeff Hughes 92-85-84--261

Austin Ransom 88-86-88-262

x-Gary Knapp 93-84-86-263

x-Stan Selden 85-89-92--266

Dakota McComas 90-85-92--267

Jeff Brooks 86-88-93--267

y-Bill DeAth 81-93-95--269

Bob Cavanaugh 94-8393--270

Ryan Neal 81-93-98--272

Eric Griffith 91-87-96--274

Jim Hamrick 91-87-96-274

Joey Blankenship 93-85-102--280

x-David Barbero 90-88-104-282

Jeremy Carte 97-79-WD--WD

Eighth Flight

y-Mike Vallo 89-90-83--262

y-Rock Moyer 86-94-83--263

Jeremy Bailey 88-95-84--267

Jim Workman 99-81-87--267

Brian Ward 84-96-92--272

Steve Davis 90-90-95--275

x-Eugene Jackson 90-95-92--277

Mike Halstead 90-98-90--278

x-Rocky McKinney 90-97-95--282

Chuck Hurley 97-91-96--284

x-Rich Young 93-92-100--285

Tink Brown 95-93-101--289

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