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2012 Kewaunee/Door County Salmon Tournament



Kewaunee/Door County Salmon Tournament


2012 wrapup

More than 2,700 anglers bought daily or complete tournament tickets for the 30th annual K/D, an increase of just over 100 from last year. At the wrapup meeting Monday night, 
the K/D committee decided to pay down to an even 17 pounds.

John Peters of New London, fishing out of Kewaunee opening weekend, won the top prize of $10,000 cash, a free mount of the fish from Northland Taxidermy in Algoma and a 
sterling silver and diamond eye salmon ring from wisconsincharm.com. His 26.2-pounder was a genuine whopper in a year with only 14 20-pound-plus chinooks put to official 
tournament scales -  more than 200 fewer than last year. 

Peters plans to donate the money, after taxes, to an educational fund set up for a former co-worker's four sons. Keith "Sparrow" Witthuhn of Seymour, 47, died in a tragic 
accident in early June. He was an avid Great Lakes angler and hunter. Peters caught his fish on a homemade fly he named, "The Blue Sparrow" in his friend's honor.

Earning $2,000 cash and a pair of Cannon Downriggers was Brian Maloney of Wallace, Mich. for his 23.25-pounder hooked off Sturgeon Bay on day six of the nine-day event, the 
same day that Luke Ebel of Sturgeon Bay reeled in a 22.28-pounder to earn $1,000 cash and a set of Howie's Tackle copper wire fishing packages. Both fish hit Howie flies 
behind 
flashers.

Glow spoons took the next two fish for Aaron Breshahan of Sturgeon Bay, fourth at 22 pounds with a fish caught near Rock Island, and Jeremy Jackson of Kewaunee, fifth at 21.35 
pounds with a king off of his home port.

The Island was red-hot this year, with seven of the top 12 fish and 10 of the top 25. Baileys Harbor and Sturgeon Bay combined for 15 top 30 fish. Some believe that there were 
more baitfish in Green Bay and off northern Door County, enough perhaps to help the growth. Others think that lighter fishing pressure up north may be playing a role as well. 
Whatever the case, that’s two years in a row that the northernmost ports had a larger percentage of the whoppers.

Taking $500 Bay Lake Bank bonus cash for 30th place was Ed Prohaska, while lucky winners of their choice of Costa Sunglasses for landing in the 60th and 90th spots were Brad 
Lindenberg and Devon Noel Deda. 

In addition to the 174 winners listed below, Randy Rumple of Baileys Harbor won a $100 VISA gift card and Don Stemen of Green Bay an Apple iPad in the early bird drawing. We 
plan to offer early bird prizes again next year, so get those tickets at least a week in advance in order to have a chance. The 45 port prize packages consisted of more than 
$100 in cash and merchandise. All told, the K/D committee will be awarding close to $50,000 in cash and prizes this year.

Final payout, 2012 K/D Salmon Tournament
1. John Peters, 26.20; $10K, mount, fish ring
2. Brian Maloney, 23.25; $2K, Cannon downriggers
3. Luke Ebel, 22.38; $1K, Howie Tackle copper pkg.
4. Aaron Bresnahan, 22.00; $975
5. Jeremy Jackson, 21.35; $950
6. Sam Sieminski, 21.29; $925
7. Kirk Young, 21.20; $900
8. Timothy Geyen, 21.15; $875
9. Brian Kalberg, 21.02; $850
10. Stephen Sahly, 20.60; $825
11. Heath Peters, 20.30; $800
12. Phil Pahnke, 20.22; $775
13. Larry Dahms, 20.16; $750
14. Nathan Gilliam, 20.00; $725 
15. James Whiteford, 19.88; $700
16. Kelly Berken, 19.84; $675
17. Mike Holter, 19.82; $650
18. Welcome Kubisidh, 19.80; $625
19. Kyle Sever, 19.77; $600
20. Josh Berken, 19.66; $575
21. Dan Sundsmo, 19.65; $550
22. Deb Samuelson, 19.63; $525
23. Andrew Wegner, 19.60; $500
24. Jake McFaul, 19.60; $475
25. Dale Petersilka, 19.60; $450
26. Palmer Job, 19.60; $425
27. Matt Donley, 19.51; $400
28. Michael Gaede, 19.47; $375
29. Mike Cefalu, 19.37; $350
30. Ed Prohaska, 19.33; $325/$500 bonus
31. Chad Ellefson, 19.29; $300
32. Christopher Pinton, 19.19; $275
33. John Berken, 19.18; $250
34. Jeff Bentz, 19.14; $225
35. W. Elliot Benoist, 19.08; $200
36. Paul Berken, 19.07; $175
37. Bob Fruzen, 19.05; $150
38. Greg Kuhn, 18.92; $125

39th-50th — $100
Kelly Berken, 18.91
Joe Boissoneault, 18.89
Al Fremstad, 18.88
Harvey Koyen, 18.73
William M Binkholz, 18.72
Jason Juhl, 18.72
Heidi Schneider, 18.71
Delores Gaede, 18.70
Joe Vober, 18.65
Michael Gaede, 18.65
Jenni Jadin, 18.64
Ellen Knight, 18.63

40th-75th — $75
Keith Kuchta, 18.57
James Olles, 18.57
Dan Gregoire, 18.55
Daniel Rahunde, 18.55
Riley Ivaska, 18.53
John Puetz, 18.50
Terry Bosman, 18.49
Hans Hansen, 18.45
Zachary Bustas, 18.44
Brad Lindenberg, 18.40
Scott Thompson, 18.40
Wayne Lane, 18.40
Steve Ravet, 18.38
Jerome Mazienis, 18.37
Ryan Weidner, 18.36
Scott Chevalier, 18.36
James Lindgren, 18.35
Jon Nelson, 18.32
Robert Carlson, 18.30
Coulton Brickl, 18.29
Mark Wachal, 18.26
John Luedke, 18.26
Robert Meartz, 18.24
Lynn Hunter MacDonald, 18.24
Dan Farah, 18.22

76th-130th — $50
Tony Castle, 18.20
Lynn David MacDonald, 18.19
Jim VanRamshor, 18.12
Jim Jorgenson, 18.06
Joel Reiser, 18.05
Kevin Berken, 18.04
Thomas Zastrow, 17.99
Rob Christensen, 17.97
Erich Stoffel, 17.97
Stefanny Thorn, 17.97
Mark Alan Huey, 17.97
Jeff Gunnlaugson, 17.96
Mark Michalak, 17.96
Steve Stein, 17.91
Devon Noel Deda, 17.89
Dave Bellile, 17.87
Randy Vandehei, 17.86
Ron Rusing, 17.86
Josh Berken, 17.85
Larry Strewlow, 17.85
Darren Phillipson, 17.85
Al Smisek, 17.82
Douglas Milyszek, 17.81
Robbie Joniaux, 17.78
Mark Baumann, 17.77
Kirk Young, 17.75
Glenn Sheets, 17.72
Aaron Luedtke, 17.70
Kelly Berken, 17.70
Kurt Knapp, 17.70
Todd Joerns, 17.69
Reid Nehls, 17.68
Brad Stanius, 17.68
Derek Sumnicut, 17.66
Marty Miraz, 17.65
Larry Albeck, 17.64
Jesse Madoche, 17.62
Jon Hansen, 17.62
Robert Makiney, 17.60
Kelly Berken, 17.60
Andrew Berken, 17.59
Daniel Petersilka, 17.59
Gary Rosenthal, 17.59
Thomas Jaeger, 17.58
James Lindgren, 17.58
Keith Kuchta, 17.57
Thomas Tasker, 17.54
Thomas Camps, 17.52
James Humpurey, 17.51
John Reinke, 17.51
Roger Stein, 17.47
Jeremy Schaefer, 17.45
Jason Ash, 17.45
James Whiteford, 17.45 @ BH
Steph Mellesmoen, 17.42 @ BH

131st-150th — $40
Joe Vober, 17.42 @ BH
Dominic Rocha, 17.4 @ BH
James Pawlak III, 17.4 @ K
Cameron Issacson, 17.38 @ BH
Steve Ravet, 17.37 @ WI
Amanda Reichel, 17.37 @ WI
Douglass Blumer, 17.36 @ A
Bill Dodge, 17.35
Francis Snalgrove, 17.35
Richard Dorrow, 17.34
Elgin Hunter, 17.32
Douglas Petersilka, 17.32
Henry Saperstein, 17.31
Dan Collin, 17.31
Travis Hall, 17.31
Dan Zimney, 17.31
James Larsen, 17.31
Greg Kuhn, 17.29
Coulton Brickl, 17.29
Eric Shellswick, 17.29

151st-174th — $30
Gary Berdan, 17.27
Jeffrey Schadegg, 17.27
Cameron Isaacson, 17.26
John Woerfel, 17.26
Colin Prien, 17.22
Jeremy Schaefer, 17.20
Nathan Gillian, 17.20
Todd Thiry, 17.19
Jeff Gunnlaugson, 17.17
Heidi Schneider, 17.17
Charlie Ruohonen, 17.14
Ezra Tollar, 17.10
Scooter Saxton, 17.10
James Williquette, 17.09
David Jansen, 17.09
Tony Bastian, 17.09
Deb Connell, 17.08
John Berkseth, 17.06
David Richard, 17.05
Michael Thieling, 17.05
Scooter Saxton, 17.05
Eric Thoreson, 17.03
Jason Hedrick, 17.03
Daniel Gazella, 17.00



Day 8 and Day 9 Results -  July 28-29, 2012

A breezy weekend made for a bumpy ride at times. There was a strong north current, swells and chop Saturday and a switch to the same from the south Sunday. That made finding 
the right speed challenging, but those who figured it out scored some nice catches. Some stuck in the 90- to 120-foot depths, deep in the water column, while others worked 
suspended kings in 130 to 230 feet of water or more.

A pair of 20-pounders moved into the top 15, and plenty of 17- to 19-pounders were hooked. The committee will look at ticket sales at the wrapup meeting Monday and figure out 
how far down to pay. Sixty-five percent of ticket sales are paid out to anglers who catch the heaviest fish. The remaining 35 percent is used for tournament advertising, 
printing, postage, committee meetings, port prize winner caps and other K/D tournament expenses, as well as for a startup fund for the following year. 

The final payout will be released sometime Tuesday. If everything checks out, John Peters' 26.20-pound chinook caught opening Sunday is in line to win the top prize of $10,000 
cash, a free mount of the fish by Scott Mansur's Northland Taxidermy of Algoma and a silver salmon ring with a diamond eye by Paul Spanbauer of wisconsincharm.com.

Major sponsors for the 30th anniversary of the “K/D” include Bay Lake Bank, Big Lake Lures, Big Lake Tackle, Big Weenie Trolling Flies, Brad's Cut Plugs, Cannon downriggers, 
Costa Sunglasses, Flanigan Distributing, Howie's Tackle, Luhr Jensen, Moonshine Lures, Northland Taxidermy of Algoma, Plano Tackle, P-Line and wisconsincharm.com.

Saturday's Port Prize Winners
A:  Jason Christiansen, 16.99; BH: James Whiteford, 19.88; K: Mark Alan Huey, 17.97; SB: Nathan Gilliam, 20.00; WI: William M Binkholz, 18.72.

Sunday's Port Prize Winners
A: Jason Juhl, 18.72; BH: Zachary Bustas, 18.44; K: Tony Castle, 18.20 @ K; SB: Darren Phillipson, 17.85; WI: Phil Pahnke, 20.22.





Day 7 Results -  Friday, July 27, 2012

A rough day wave-wise Friday kept fishing pressure down in many areas, and it showed in the weigh-ins. With fewer fishermen on the water, 
there were just three changes in the top 30. The day’s largest “king” went 19.6 pounds.

Fish registration ends at 5 p.m. Sunday. Anglers can still get tickets before they fish today or Sunday at Kap’s Marina on Washington Island, 
57 Depot in Baileys Harbor, Algoma BP, Kewaunee Marina, Lakeshore Lighthouse in Kewaunee and Howie's Tackle, Hol-N-One Mobil or Greystone 
Castle in Sturgeon Bay.

Major sponsors for the 30th anniversary of the “K/D” include Bay Lake Bank ($500 to the lucky angler landing in the 30th spot), Big Lake 
Lures (spoons), Big Lake Tackle (three-pack of Dragon Flies), Big Weenie Trolling Flies, Brad's Cut Plugs, Cannon downriggers, Costa 
Sunglasses, Flanigan Distributing (soft pack coolers and banners), Howie's Tackle (flies and copper wire package), Luhr Jensen (tackle), 
Moonshine Lures (glow spoons), Northland Taxidermy of Algoma (mount of winning fish), Plano Tackle (tackle box), P-Line (300-yard spool, 
20-lb. line) and wisconsincharm.com (silver salmon ring with a diamond eye).

K/D Top 30 (as of Friday, 9 p.m.)
1. John Peters, 26.20 @ Kewaunee
2. Brian Maloney, 23.25 @ Sturgeon Bay
3. Luke Ebel, 22.38 @ SB
4. Aaron Bresnahan, 22.00 @ Washington Island
5. Jeremy Jackson, 21.35 @ K
6. Sam Sieminski, 21.29 @ WI
7. Kirk Young, 21.20 @ WI
8. Timothy Geyen, 21.15 @ WI 
9. Brian Kalberg, 21.02 @ Baileys Harbor
10. Stephen Sahly, 20.60 @ WI
11. Heath Peters, 20.30 @ WI
12. Larry Dahms, 20.16 @ Algoma
13. Kelly Berken, 19.84 @ BH
14. Mike Holter, 19.82 @ WI
15. Welcome Kubisidh, 19.80 @ BH
16. Kyle Sever, 19.77 @ BH
17. Josh Berken, 19.66 @ BH
18. Deb Samuelson, 19.63 @ A
19. Andrew Wegner, 19.60 @ WI
20. Jake McFaul, 19.60 @ SB
21. Dale Petersilka, 19.60 @ WI
22. Palmer Job, 19.60 @ SB
23. Matt Donley, 19.51 @ WI
24. Michael Gaede, 19.47 @ BH
25. Mike Cefalu, 19.37 @ SB
26. Ed Prohaska, 19.33 @ BH
27. Chad Ellefson, 19.29 @ WI
28. Christopher Pinton, 19.19 @ K
29. John Berken, 19.18 @ BH
30. Jeff Bentz, 19.14 @ BH

Friday’s port prize winners
A:  Joe Boissoneault, 18.89; BH: Michael Gaede, 19.47; K: Michael Thieling, 17.05; SB:  Palmer Job, 19.60; WI: Marty Miraz, 17.65.



Day 5 Results - Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Second straight day without a 20-pounder coming to certified scales, but Day 5 of the 30th annual K/D Salmon Tournament - a day marred by strong southeast winds that kept 
boaters on shore in many areas - did see a pair of Washington Island fish move into the top 20.

With more than $40,000 in cash and prizes on the line, and fish registration open now until Sunday at 5 p.m., there's still plenty of time to get in on the action. First place 
is $10,000 cash, a free mount of the fish and a custom sterling silver chinook salmon ring with a diamond eye. Second place is $2,000 cash and a pair of Cannon electric 
downriggers, and third place is $1,000 cash and a pair of Howie's Tackle copper wire setups. 

As always, the tournament plans to pay down well past 100 spots, and daily prizes for the biggest fish at each of the five ports - Kewaunee, Algoma, Sturgeon Bay, Baileys 
Harbor and Washington Island - include more than $100 in tackle and cash.

Major sponsors of the 30th annual K/D Salmon Tournament include Bay Lake Bank, Big Lake Lures, Big Lake Tackle (makers of Dragon Fly) Big Weenie Trolling Flies, Brad's Cut 
Plugs, Cannon downriggers, Costa Sunglasses, Flanigan Distributing, Howie's Tackle, Luhr Jensen, Moonshine Lures, Northland Taxidermy of Algoma, Plano Tackle and P-Line.

Daily ($13) and full tournament ($25) tickets will be available today through Sunday at Lakeshore Lighthouse and the Kewaunee Marina in Kewaunee; Algoma BP; Howie's Tackle, 
Hol-N-One Mobil and the GreyStone Castle in Sturgeon Bay; 57 Depot in Baileys Harbor; and Kap's Marina on Washington Island. Limited edition 30th anniversary clothing is also 
available.

K/D Top 30 as of 7/25/12
1. John Peters, 26.20 @ Kewaunee
2. Aaron Bresnahan, 22.00 @ Washington Island
3. Jeremy Jackson, 21.35 @ K
4. Sam Sieminski, 21.29 @ WI
5. Timothy Geyen, 21.15 @ WI 
6. Brian Kalberg, 21.02 @ Baileys Harbor
7. Heath Peters, 20.30 @ WI
8. Kelly Berken, 19.84 @ BH
9. Mike Holter, 19.82 @ WI
10. Welcome Kubisidh, 19.80 @ BH
11. Kyle Sever, 19.77 @ BH
12. Deb Samuelson, 19.63 @ Algoma
13. Andrew Wegner, 19.60 @ WI
14. Jake McFaul, 19.60 @ Sturgeon Bay
15. Dale Petersilka, 19.60 @ WI
16. Matt Donley, 19.51 @ WI
17. Mike Cefalu, 19.37 @ SB
18. Christopher Pinton, 19.19 @ K
19. John Berken, 19.18 @ BH
20. Jeff Bentz, 19.14 @ BH
21. Bob Fruzen, 19.05 @ BH
22. Greg Kuhn, 18.92 @ K
23. Al Fremstad, 18.88 @ SB
24. Harvey Koyen, 18.73 @ WI
25. Joe Vober, 18.65 @ WI
26. Michael Gaede, 18.65 @ WI
27. Jenni Jadin, 18.64 @ K
28. Ellen Knight, 18.63 @ WI
29. Keith Kuchta, 18.57 @ BH
30. James Olles, 18.57 @ BH






Day 4 Results Monday, July 24, 2012

No 20-pounders were brought to the scales on Tuesday, Day 4 of the K/D Salmon Tournament, but there were four 19-pound-plus specimens. Deb Samuelson's 19.63-pounder at Algoma 
was big enough to move into 12th spot.

A small craft advisory was in the forecast for Wednesday. After that, outside of an occasional chance at a thunderstorm, winds are supposed to lighten up for the final four 
days of the event. 

The ticket-holding angler who lands the heaviest chinook of the 9-day event will win $10,000 cash, a free mount of the fish by Scott Mansur's Northland Taxidermy of Algoma and 
a custom sterling silver chinook salmon ring with a diamond eye by Paul Spanbauer of wisconsincharm.com. Second place is $2,000 cash and a pair of Cannon electric downriggers, 
and third place is $1,000 cash and a pair of copper wire setups from Howie's Tackle.

Other major sponsors of the 30th annual K/D Salmon Tournament include Bay Lake Bank, Big Lake Lures, Big Lake Tackle (makers of Dragon Fly) Big Weenie Trolling Flies, Brad's 
Cut Plugs, Costa Sunglasses, Flanigan Distributing, Luhr Jensen, Moonshine Lures, Plano Tackle and P-Line.

Daily ($13) and full tournament ($25) tickets are available at Lakeshore Lighthouse and the Kewaunee Marina in Kewaunee; Algoma BP; Howie's Tackle, Hol-N-One Mobil and the 
GreyStone Castle in Sturgeon Bay; 57 Depot in Baileys Harbor; and Kap's Marina on Washington Island. Limited 30th anniversary clothing is also available.

K/D Top 50 as of 7/24/12
1. John Peters, 26.20 @ Kewaunee
2. Aaron Bresnahan, 22.00 @ Washington Island
3. Jeremy Jackson, 21.35 @ K
4. Sam Sieminski, 21.29 @ WI
5. Timothy Geyen, 21.15 @ WI 
6. Brian Kalberg, 21.02 @ Baileys Harbor
7. Heath Peters, 20.30 @ WI
8. Kelly Berken, 19.84 @ BH
9. Mike Holter, 19.82 @ WI
10. Welcome Kubisidh, 19.80 @ BH
11. Kyle Sever, 19.77 @ BH
12. Deb Samuelson, 19.63 @ Algoma
13. Andrew Wegner, 19.60 @ WI
14. Jake McFaul, 19.60 @ Sturgeon Bay
15. Mike Cefalu, 19.37 @ SB
16. Christopher Pinton, 19.19 @ K
17. John Berken, 19.18 @ BH
18. Jeff Bentz, 19.14 @ BH
19. Greg Kuhn, 18.92 @ K
20. Al Fremstad, 18.88 @ SB
21. Joe Vober, 18.65 @ WI
22. Michael Gaede, 18.65 @ WI
23. Jenni Jadin, 18.64 @ K
24. Ellen Knight, 18.63 @ WI
25. Keith Kuchta, 18.57 @ BH
26. James Olles, 18.57 @ BH
27. Dan Gregoire, 18.55 @ K
28. Riley Ivaska, 18.53 @ K
29. John Puetz, 18.50 @ SB
30. Terry Bosman, 18.49 @ SB
31. Wayne Lane, 18.40 @ WI
32. Brad Lindenberg, 18.40 @ BH
33. Steve Ravet, 18.38 @ WI
34. Robert Carlson, 18.30 @ K
35. Mark Wachal, 18.26 @ A
36. Robert Meartz, 18.24 @ A
37. Lynn Hunter MacDonald, 18.24 @ WI
38. Jim VanRamshor, 18.12 @ WI
39. Rob Christensen, 17.97 @ WI
40. Stefanny Thorn, 17.97 @ BH
41. Erich Stoffel, 17.97 @ BH
42. Jeff Gunnlaugson, 17.96 @ WI
43. Randy Vandehei, 17.86 @ WI
44. Josh Berken, 17.85 @ BH
45. Larry Strewlow, 17.85 @ BH
46. Al Smisek, 17.82 @ A
47. Mark Baumann, 17.77 @ K
48. Kirk Young, 17.75 @ WI
49. Aaron Luedtke, 17.70 @ SB
50. Todd Joerns, 17.69 @ A

Port prize winners
A: Deb Samuelson, 19.63; BH: Kelly Berken, 19.84; K: Christopher Piton, 19.19; SB: Jake McFaul, 19.60; WI: Michael Gaede, 18.65.







Day 3 Results Monday, July 23, 2012

The Washington Island area continued to produce big fish Monday, Day 3 of the 9-day K/D Salmon Tournament. Two of the chinooks were larger than 21 pounds, giving the northern 
Door/island area five of the top 10 fish early on.

Sam Siemenski said his 21.29-pounder grabbed a Moonshine spoon about 60 feet down in 120 feet of water off Gills Rock around mid-morning Monday, while Timothy Geyen said his 
21.15-pounder smacked a green flasher and fly combination set 70 feet down over 80 feet of water near Rock Island about 7:30 a.m.

If tournament anglers continue to register larger chinooks at the current rate, it will likely take a fish of 17 pounds or more to get in on the final payout of prize money.

The lucky fisherman who lands the heaviest king will win $10,000 cash, a free mount of the fish by Scott Mansurs Northland Taxidermy of Algoma and a custom sterling silver 
chinook salmon ring with a diamond eye by Paul Spanbauer of wisconsincharm.com. John Peters of New London is the current leader with a 26.20-pounder hooked off Kewaunee midday 
Sunday. Second place is $2,000 cash and a pair of Cannon electric downriggers, and third place is $1,000 cash and a pair of copper wire setups from Howies Tackle.

Other major sponsors of the 30th annual K/D Salmon Tournament include Bay Lake Bank, Big Lake Lures, Big Lake Tackle (makers of Dragon Fly) Big Weenie Trolling Flies, Brads 
Cut Plugs, Costa Sunglasses, Flanigan Distributing, Luhr Jensen, Moonshine Lures, Plano Tackle and P-Line.

Daily ($13) and full tournament ($25) tickets are still available at Lakeshore Lighthouse and the Kewaunee Marina in Kewaunee; Algoma BP; Howies Tackle, Hol-N-One Mobil and 
the GreyStone Castle in Sturgeon Bay; 57 Depot in Baileys Harbor; and Kaps Marina on Washington Island. Limited 30th anniversary clothing is also available.

K/D Top 50 as of 7/23/12
1. John Peters, 26.20 @ Kewaunee
2. Aaron Bresnahan, 22.00 @ Washington Island
3. Jeremy Jackson, 21.35 @ K
4. Sam Sieminski, 21.29 @ WI
5. Timothy Geyen, 21.15 @ WI 
6. Brian Kalberg, 21.02 @ Baileys Harbor
7. Heath Peters, 20.30 @ WI
8. Mike Holter, 19.82 @ WI
9. Welcome Kubisidh, 19.80 @ BH
10. Kyle Sever, 19.77 @ BH
11. Andrew Wegner, 19.60 @ WI
12. Mike Cefalu, 19.37 @ Sturgeon Bay
13. John Berken, 19.18 @ BH
14. Jeff Bentz, 19.14 @ BH
15. Greg Kuhn, 18.92 @ K
16. Al Fremstad, 18.88 @ SB
17. Joe Vober, 18.65 @ WI
18. Ellen Knight, 18.63 @ WI
19. Keith Kuchta, 18.57 @ BH
20. Dan Gregoire, 18.55 @ K
21. Terry Bosman, 18.49 @ SB
22. Wayne Lane, 18.40 @ WI
23. Brad Lindenberg, 18.40 @ BH
24. Steve Ravet, 18.38 @ WI
25. Robert Carlson, 18.30 @ K
26. Mark Wachal, 18.26 @ Algoma
27. Jim VanRamshor, 18.12 @ WI
28. Rob Christensen, 17.97 @ WI
29. Stefanny Thorn, 17.97 @ BH
30. Erich Stoffel, 17.97 @ BH
31. Jeff Gunnlaugson, 17.96 @ WI
32. Randy Vandehei, 17.86 @ WI
33. Josh Berken, 17.85 @ BH
34. Larry Strewlow, 17.85 @ BH
35. Al Smisek, 17.82 @ A
36. Mark Baumann, 17.77 @ K
37. Kirk Young, 17.75 @ WI
38. Aaron Luedtke, 17.70 @ SB
39. Jesse Madoche, 17.62 @ SB
40. Andrew Berken, 17.59 @ BH
41. Thomas Tasker, 17.54 @ BH
42. James Humpurey, 17.51 @ K
43. John Reinke, 17.51 @ BH
44. Roger Stein, 17.47 @ WI
45. Steph Mellesmoen, 17.42 @ BH
46. Steve Ravet, 17.37 @ WI
47. Bill Dodge, 17.35 @ A
48. Elgin Hunter, 17.32 @ A
49. Douglas Petersilka, 17.32 @ WI
50. Dan Collin, 17.31 @ K



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