Patterns began to reveal themselves today at the Ouachita FLW Tour. Scott Suggs is working his trademark deep stuff and leads with back-to-back 17-pound-plus sacks.

Keith Monson moved up two spots to 2nd today on the strength of a 15-02 limit, and his 31-02 total puts him a little less than 4 pounds behind Suggs. Monson's fishing shallow.



And Jacob Powroznik weighed his second consecutive 15-pound bag and now sits in 3rd (up from 6th yesterday). He's also fishing shallow.

Overall the catch was light today and averaged around 8 pounds. That's largely because the shallow fish are extremely difficult to catch. They're up and around the flooded bushes, but in the ultra-clear water, they spook at the first sign of a boat. There are big fish up there – everyone's seen 20-pound bags – but getting them to bite is another story.

Some wind or cloud cover would help that bite significantly, and there's a call for mixed skies the next 2 days. Some severe thunderstorms are moving through the area tonight, and if they hit the lake they could at least roil the shallow water a little, but overall, the rule is stealth, long casts and plenty of lost fish.

While Suggs capitalized on the deep bite today, day-1 co-leader Terry Bolton struggled with it. He weighed 10 pounds and dropped to 6th.

Todd Auten, the other co-leader yesterday, likewise struggled. He weighed a 10-pound-class shallow bag and slipped to 5th.

Meanwhile Roy Hawk roped an 8-pounder to anchor a 19-09 limit, which was the heaviest catch of the day. That pushed him up a massive 50 spots to 4th. He's fishing mid-depths.

A couple other notable moves: Rusty Salewske (shallow) bombed with three fish for 4-01 and fell to 57th. Same story with Bryan Thrift (shallow), who nosedived from 5th to 26th after a 7-pound day.

Those moves bear heavily on the FLW Tour Angler of the Year (AOY) race. Here's a look at the current Top 5 in the race, followed by their tournament standing after day 2 of competition.

1. Bryan Thrift -- Shelby, NC -- 595 (26th)
2. Andy Morgan -- Dayton, TN -- 574 (54th)
3. Ron Shuffield -- Bismarck, AR -- 566 (18th)
4. Rusty Salewske -- Alpine, CA --557 (57th)
5. Brent Ehrler -- Redlands, CA -- 554 (10th)

Both Ehrler and Shuffield are poised to make up at least some ground on Thrift in the race before the season finale next month at Guntersville.

Back to the tournament: Suggs, of course, is extremely difficult to beat on Ouachita. He's a local and he won the 2007 Forrest Wood Cup here during a brutally tough bite. He's got things wired out in the forest and so far has been able to catch a limit early, then cull most or all of those fish out on a different pattern.

But there remains the distinct possibility of a bag or two in the low-20s tomorrow from shallow water. There are just too many big fish up there.

The field cuts to the Top 5 after tomorrow's competition and cumulative 4-day weight determines the winner. Here's a look at the current Top 10, with total weighed followed by distance from leader in red.

1. Scott Suggs -- 10, 34-13
2. Keith Monson -- 10, 31-02 (3-11)
3. Jacob Powroznik -- 10, 30-05 (3-08)
4. Roy Hawk -- 10, 29-08 (5-05)
5. Todd Auten -- 9, 28-10 (6-03)
6. Terry Bolton -- 10, 28-02 (6-11)
7. Ishama Monroe -- 10, 28-00 (6-13)
8. Brandon Coulter -- 10, 28-00 (6-13)
9. Cody Meyer -- 10, 27-15 (6-14)
10. Brent Ehrler -- 10, 27-11 ()

Suggs Will Stick To Plan

About the second pattern he uses after a limit, Suggs said: "The little deal that I found yesterday and figured out – four of the fish I weighed today came on that. I had one fish, like a 2 1/2, still in there, so I ran to an old worm spot that I hadn't even checked this week. It was a 10-mile run from where I was fishing. It's one of those spots where you have confidence you can get one bite. I pulled up and caught a 3 1/2 off it.

"Will it work tomorrow? I don't know. I really don't. It's a day-to-day deal. But I can tell you one thing: I'm not going to change my routes and patterns. I'm going tree-fishing in the morning to get a limit so I can go do something else with confidence."



Keith Monson flipped yesterday, but today he backed off the bushes and made long casts.

Regarding his position, and how important a win would be in these difficult times, he said: "It would be really important. A lot of people had sponsor issues this year, but I've been fortunate. I was able to keep all my sponsors and even add some.

"One of the biggest things I want to do is, I'd like to win this tournament for Berkley and Lowrance. If not for all the things they've done for me – they bent over backwards for me when nobody else would, and I'd love to do it for their sake. And I'd love to win at home. You always do. It's not going to be as big a crowd as the championship, but I'm excited and fired up. It adds a lot to it."

2nd: Monson Backed Off

Monson largely flipped yesterday, but now that the water dropped several additional inches and cleared up even more, he was forced to position further out from the bushes today and make long casts.

Still, he's been consistent at about 15 1/2 pounds, and he noted that was his average each day in practice too.

"I'm getting 12 to 14, 15 bites a day, but I've never gotten the big bite yet," he added. "I'd consistently been catching 3-pounders, but today I struggled. I caught a small limit early, then culled out later in the afternoon. The thing that's bothering me is the water in the trees has fallen out pretty good. Hopefully it'll hold up a couple more days."

He does believe there's enough fish in his areas to carry him for 2 more days, if the water doesn't bottom out. But numbers are thinning as the water slowly recedes.

"I've seen a lot of good fish up there," he said. "They're cruising – feeding on bluegill and whatever bait's in there. But once you see them, you can't catch them. I haven't caught one yet that I've seen. They're just swimming along the bank looking to eat. If worse comes to worst, I'd like to catch 10 or 12 pounds tomorrow. Then I'd feel pretty good."

Interesting too was his observation that there's a good morning bite, then a lull for several hours, then a good bite again starting at about 1:00 or 2:00.

3rd: Powroznik Light-Lining

Powroznik's doing about the same thing as Monson – making long casts to areas in and around flooded bushes. The strategy resulted in back-to-back 15-pound catches.

"I'm just running a little pattern I figured out in practice – I've figured out exactly where they're sitting at," Powroznik said. "The whole key is making real long casts up real shallow, because if they see you, they're not biting. I'm using real light line.

"They're just up there swimming around and a lot of times there'll be 10 or 12 in a school. You just have to get one of them fired up and it fires up the whole school."

The way he sees it, if it gets just a little bit cloudy, his bite could explode. As it is now, he's had the bites to be right there with Suggs. His first bite this morning was a big one.

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Photo: FLW Outdoors/Gary Mortenson

Jacob Powroznik lost a big one first thing this morning.

"It just came off. But there are some great big ones up there swimming around. If I can put two or three of those together in a day, then I can catch him. It's not like you go down the bank and just see one. Everywhere you look they're swimming around. So there's plenty there to be caught. Whether I can catch them tomorrow, I'm not sure. But I've caught them every day so far, and every day of practice, so my confidence is real high.

"You just never know until you go out and see what happens."

4th: Hawk Relieved

An 8-pounder today helped push Hawk onto the 19-pound plateau.

"Oh man, it was awesome," he said. "It was a true blessing for sure. It was one lucky bite and it really helped me out.

"Overall it was a better day for sure. I caught more and bigger fish and that giant one made a huge difference. I was so relieved when I got it in the boat."

It was his fourth fish of the day and it "took a lot of pressure off." He's pretty much a self-funded pro who lives payday to payday on borrowed money, and the fish all but guaranteed him a $10,000 check, provided he doesn't bomb tomorrow.

FLW Outdoors/Gary Mortenson
Photo: FLW Outdoors/Gary Mortenson

Roy Hawk was relieved when his 8-pounder got in the boat – it meant he was that much closer to a $10,000 check.

He spent his day fishing mid-depths and he caught the toad at about 10:00.

About why he's not fishing the bushes, he said: "That's a crazy deal. I'm glad I'm not on that deal, but I kind of wish I was because I'd like to know I'm fishing around a bunch of fish. But we'll see what happens tomorrow. I'm looking forward to it."

7th: Monroe Lost Big Ones

Two-tour pro Ish Monroe showed today that steady counts. He opened with 14-05 and followed up with 13-11, which bumped him up two spots to 7th, where he's just 10 ounces off the cut pace.

And he offered a familiar refrain: He lost fish that could have put him right there with Suggs.

"I had opportunities each day to have some big ones," Monroe said. "They just popped off. They're not eating the bait good, and you get that when you have post-spawn fish."

He's fishing shallow and worked a new area today. He said it had "lots of big fish." He'll revisit it tomorrow because it has 17- to 20-pound potential.

About what's happening in and around the bushes, he noted: "Some have lockjaw, but you get wads of them – they're in little wolfpacks – and you only get one or two out of a pack. You just hope the big one gets to it before the smaller ones. If that happens and you land him, you weigh a big bag. But I lost four fish today that were anywhere from 3 1/2 to 5 pounds. I did weigh a 4-pounder today and yesterday I weighed two 4-pounders.

"The bite gets better as the day goes on," he added. "It's weird. I've never seen a shallow bite that actually gets better as it gets warmer and the water gets hotter."

Notable

> Day 2 stats – 137 anglers, 78 limits, 20 fours, 15 threes, 11 twos, 8 ones, 5 zeroes.

> Bolton noted of his struggles: "I had one little deal working yesterday and it kind of went away today. I don't know what happened. I kind of decided to just go fishing and I fished around. I don't know – the fish moved on me from where they were. I'm trying to figure out which way they've gone."

> Monroe said that tomorrow he's "three-rod Todd" – a common saying that refers to having just three rods on deck. It means he's committed to a certain pattern.

> Daryl Biron of Connecticut fished a single Tour event back in 1998, but he's fishing the Tour this year. He weighed 19-01 today, which moved him up 91 spots to 16th. "The fish cooperated a little more today," he said. "Yesterday I only had four bites and lost a real good one. I'm on some good fish, but I'm not getting a lot of bites. Hopefully it'll get better. I'll go out and give 'em heck tomorrow."

Weather Forecast

> Fri., May 28 - Mostly Sunny - 87°/65°
- Wind: From the N/NE at 7 mph

> Sat., May 29 - Mostly Sunny - 88°/64°
- Wind: From the NE at 6 mph

Day 2 Standings

1. Scott Suggs -- Bryant, Ar -- 5, 17-11 -- 5, 17-02 -- 10, 34-13

2. Keith Monson -- Burgin, Ky -- 5, 16-00 -- 5, 15-02 -- 10, 31-02

3. Jacob Powroznik -- Prince George, Va -- 5, 15-05 -- 5, 15-00 -- 10, 30-05

4. Roy Hawk -- Salt Lake City, Ut -- 5, 9-15 -- 5, 19-09 -- 10, 29-08

5. Todd Auten -- Lake Wylie, Sc -- 5, 18-01 -- 4, 10-09 -- 9, 28-10

6. Terry Bolton -- Jonesboro, Ar -- 5, 18-01 -- 5, 10-01 -- 10, 28-02

7. Ishama Monroe -- Hughson, Ca -- 5, 14-05 -- 5, 13-11 -- 10, 28-00

8. Brandon Coulter -- Knoxville, Tn -- 5, 14-00 -- 5, 14-00 -- 10, 28-00

9. Cody Meyer -- Grass Valley, Ca -- 5, 10-10 -- 5, 17-05 -- 10, 27-15

10. Brent Ehrler -- Redlands, Ca -- 5, 14-00 -- 5, 13-11 -- 10, 27-11

11. Justin Kerr -- Simi Valley, Ca -- 5, 14-02 -- 5, 12-14 -- 10, 27-00

12. David Fritts -- Lexington, Nc -- 5, 12-09 -- 5, 13-07 -- 10, 26-00

13. Dan Morehead -- Paducah, Ky -- 5, 13-07 -- 5, 12-08 -- 10, 25-15

14. Keith Combs -- Del Rio, Tx -- 5, 13-09 -- 5, 12-05 -- 10, 25-14

15. Tim Klinger -- Boulder City, Nv -- 5, 14-03 -- 4, 11-08 -- 9, 25-11

16. Daryl Biron -- South Windsor, Ct -- 3, 6-03 -- 5, 19-01 -- 8, 25-04

17. David Dudley -- Lynchburg, Va -- 5, 12-08 -- 5, 12-12 -- 10, 25-04

18. Ron Shuffield -- Bismarck, Ar -- 5, 11-11 -- 5, 13-06 -- 10, 25-01

19. Luke Clausen -- Gainesville, Ga -- 5, 10-10 -- 5, 14-02 -- 10, 24-12

20. Anthony Gagliardi -- Prosperity, Sc -- 5, 11-12 -- 5, 12-00 -- 10, 23-12

21. Ray Scheide -- Dover, Ar -- 5, 12-06 -- 5, 11-05 -- 10, 23-11

22. Kyle Mabrey -- Mccalla, Al -- 5, 11-08 -- 5, 11-15 -- 10, 23-07

23. Jt Kenney -- Palm Bay, Fl -- 5, 10-08 -- 5, 12-13 -- 10, 23-05

24. Jonathan Newton -- Rogersville, Al -- 5, 11-12 -- 5, 11-02 -- 10, 22-14

25. Robert Sherry -- Saint Charles, Il -- 5, 10-01 -- 5, 12-10 -- 10, 22-11

26. Bryan Thrift -- Shelby, Nc -- 5, 15-06 -- 5, 7-01 -- 10, 22-07

27. Chad Brauer -- Osage Beach, Mo -- 5, 15-03 -- 3, 7-03 -- 8, 22-06

28. Tim Johnson -- Dallas, Ga -- 5, 9-03 -- 5, 13-01 -- 10, 22-04

29. David Kromm -- Kennewick, Wa -- 5, 13-03 -- 5, 9-00 -- 10, 22-03

30. Stetson Blaylock -- Benton, Ar -- 5, 14-02 -- 4, 7-15 -- 9, 22-01

31. George Cochran -- Hot Springs, Ar -- 5, 11-15 -- 5, 10-00 -- 10, 21-15

32. Brett Hite -- Phoenix, Az -- 5, 13-09 -- 3, 8-02 -- 8, 21-11

33. Dick Shaffer -- Rockford, Oh -- 5, 11-10 -- 5, 9-14 -- 10, 21-08

34. Edwin Evers -- Talala, Ok -- 5, 7-13 -- 5, 13-10 -- 10, 21-07

35. Bobby Mcmullin -- Pevely, Mo -- 5, 9-10 -- 5, 11-10 -- 10, 21-04

36. Vic Vatalaro -- Kent, Oh -- 5, 10-10 -- 5, 10-06 -- 10, 21-00

37. Shinichi Fukae -- Palestine, Tx -- 5, 13-09 -- 3, 7-01 -- 8, 20-10

38. Tom Mann Jr -- Buford, Ga -- 4, 6-06 -- 5, 14-01 -- 9, 20-07

39. Scott Martin -- Clewiston, Fl -- 5, 11-10 -- 5, 8-11 -- 10, 20-05

40. Guido Hibdon -- Sunrise Beach, Mo -- 5, 11-05 -- 5, 8-15 -- 10, 20-04

41. Wesley Strader -- Spring City, Tn -- 4, 7-09 -- 5, 12-05 -- 9, 19-14

42. Cody Bird -- Granbury, Tx -- 5, 11-05 -- 5, 8-09 -- 10, 19-14

43. Andy Montgomery -- Blacksburg, Sc -- 3, 8-11 -- 5, 11-03 -- 8, 19-14

44. Jay Yelas -- Corvallis, Or -- 5, 13-01 -- 4, 6-12 -- 9, 19-13

45. Dave Lefebre -- Union City, Pa -- 5, 10-13 -- 4, 8-14 -- 9, 19-11

46. Joe Thomas -- Milford, Oh -- 5, 11-13 -- 4, 7-09 -- 9, 19-06

47. Mark Rose -- Marion, Ar -- 5, 8-14 -- 5, 10-04 -- 10, 19-02

48. Mike Wurm -- Hot Springs, Ar -- 4, 7-06 -- 5, 11-11 -- 9, 19-01

49. Glenn Browne -- Ocala, Fl -- 5, 13-06 -- 4, 5-10 -- 9, 19-00

50. Kenneth (Boo) Woods -- Hazard, Ky -- 3, 10-05 -- 4, 8-09 -- 7, 18-14

51. Jason Christie -- Park Hill, Ok -- 5, 8-14 -- 5, 9-15 -- 10, 18-13

52. Clifford Pirch -- Payson, Az -- 5, 9-04 -- 5, 9-09 -- 10, 18-13

53. Greg Bohannan -- Rogers, Ar -- 3, 5-11 -- 5, 13-01 -- 8, 18-12

54. Andy Morgan -- Dayton, Tn -- 5, 11-11 -- 5, 7-00 -- 10, 18-11

55. Robbie Dodson -- Harrison, Ar -- 5, 9-14 -- 5, 8-13 -- 10, 18-11

56. Sean Hoernke -- The Woodlands, Tx -- 5, 7-10 -- 5, 11-00 -- 10, 18-10

57. Rusty Salewske -- Alpine, Ca -- 5, 14-07 -- 3, 4-01 -- 8, 18-08

58. Chip Harrison -- Bremen, In -- 5, 8-05 -- 5, 10-03 -- 10, 18-08

59. Jt Palmore -- Gasburg, Va -- 2, 5-07 -- 5, 13-00 -- 7, 18-07

60. Scott Canterbury -- Springville, Al -- 5, 11-04 -- 5, 7-03 -- 10, 18-07

61. John Tanner -- Quitman, Tx -- 5, 13-08 -- 3, 4-14 -- 8, 18-06

62. Chris Neau -- Castro Valley, Ca -- 5, 9-03 -- 5, 9-03 -- 10, 18-06

63. Chad Grigsby -- Maple Grove, Mn -- 5, 11-15 -- 4, 6-05 -- 9, 18-04

64. Brian Travis -- Conover, Nc -- 3, 9-02 -- 5, 9-02 -- 8, 18-04

65. Clint Brownlee -- Tifton, Ga -- 5, 9-07 -- 5, 8-11 -- 10, 18-02

66. Jack Wade -- Knoxville, Tn -- 4, 6-08 -- 5, 11-08 -- 9, 18-00

67. Thanh Le -- Lake Havasu City, Az -- 4, 7-05 -- 5, 10-11 -- 9, 18-00

68. Matt Arey -- Shelby, Nc -- 5, 10-06 -- 5, 7-09 -- 10, 17-15

69. Chad Morgenthaler -- Coulterville, Il -- 5, 8-00 -- 5, 9-15 -- 10, 17-15

70. John Devere -- Berea, Ky -- 5, 9-05 -- 5, 8-10 -- 10, 17-15

71. Ott Defoe -- Knoxville, Tn -- 5, 8-04 -- 5, 9-10 -- 10, 17-14

72. Pete Gluszek -- Mt Laurel, Nj -- 5, 6-11 -- 5, 11-00 -- 10, 17-11

73. Randall Tharp -- Gardendale, Al -- 5, 7-10 -- 5, 10-01 -- 10, 17-11

74. Clark Wendlandt -- Leander, Tx -- 5, 10-04 -- 5, 7-05 -- 10, 17-09

75. Adam Wagner -- Cookeville, Tn -- 3, 7-03 -- 5, 10-02 -- 8, 17-05

76. Tim Mcdonald -- Lexington, Ky -- 5, 8-15 -- 5, 7-15 -- 10, 16-14

77. Michael Murphy -- Gilbert, Sc -- 3, 7-05 -- 4, 9-06 -- 7, 16-11

78. Jason Cordiale -- Orinda, Ca -- 5, 10-04 -- 3, 6-04 -- 8, 16-08

79. Greg Pugh -- Cullman, Al -- 2, 5-05 -- 5, 11-02 -- 7, 16-07

80. Steve Kennedy -- Auburn, Al -- 3, 6-00 -- 5, 10-07 -- 8, 16-07

81. Jim Dillard -- Houston, Ar -- 5, 7-00 -- 5, 9-03 -- 10, 16-03

82. Travis Fox -- Springdale, Ar -- 5, 10-06 -- 4, 5-10 -- 9, 16-00

83. James Stricklin Jr -- Texarkana, Ar -- 3, 6-08 -- 4, 9-08 -- 7, 16-00

84. David Walker -- Sevierville, Tn -- 5, 8-09 -- 5, 7-07 -- 10, 16-00

85. Lewis Denney -- Indian Mound, Tn -- 1, 3-09 -- 4, 12-06 -- 5, 15-15

86. Bob Bjorklund -- Centennial, Co -- 3, 4-03 -- 5, 11-07 -- 8, 15-10

87. Mark Rouse -- League City, Tx -- 2, 3-13 -- 5, 11-08 -- 7, 15-05

88. Christopher Ford -- Kennedale, Tx -- 5, 8-08 -- 5, 6-12 -- 10, 15-04

89. Rob Kilby -- Hot Springs, Ar -- 5, 9-05 -- 3, 5-13 -- 8, 15-02

90. Michael Bennett -- Lincoln, Ca -- 3, 6-05 -- 5, 8-13 -- 8, 15-02

91. Terry Baksay -- Easton, Ct -- 5, 8-01 -- 4, 7-01 -- 9, 15-02

92. Terry Segraves -- Kissimmee, Fl -- 4, 5-15 -- 5, 9-00 -- 9, 14-15

93. Christian Romans -- Carrollton, Ky -- 5, 8-10 -- 4, 6-05 -- 9, 14-15

94. James Watson -- Waynesville, Mo -- 5, 12-03 -- 1, 2-08 -- 6, 14-11

95. Nate Wellman -- Jenison, Mi -- 4, 9-01 -- 3, 5-03 -- 7, 14-04

96. Art Ferguson Iii -- St. Clair Shores, Mi -- 2, 1-11 -- 5, 12-04 -- 7, 13-15

97. Jimmy Millsaps -- Canton, Ga -- 5, 10-05 -- 2, 3-05 -- 7, 13-10

98. Chris Baumgardner -- Gastonia, Nc -- 5, 12-02 -- 1, 1-07 -- 6, 13-09

99. Eric Ambort -- Mabelvale, Ar -- 4, 5-13 -- 4, 7-10 -- 8, 13-07

100. Shad Schenck -- Waynetown, In -- 5, 8-02 -- 3, 5-01 -- 8, 13-03

101. Jimmy Houston -- Cookson, Ok -- 3, 7-15 -- 3, 5-01 -- 6, 13-00

102. James Christian -- Dickson, Tn -- 4, 7-12 -- 3, 5-04 -- 7, 13-00

103. Ken Wick -- Star, Id -- 1, 1-11 -- 5, 11-03 -- 6, 12-14

104. Russell Parrish -- Riesel, Tx -- 4, 11-08 -- 1, 1-05 -- 5, 12-13

105. John Voyles -- Petersburg, In -- 5, 9-03 -- 2, 3-05 -- 7, 12-08

106. Justin Lucas -- Montevallo, Al -- 4, 6-05 -- 5, 6-02 -- 9, 12-07

107. Jason Meninger -- Gainesville, Ga -- 5, 8-08 -- 2, 3-12 -- 7, 12-04

108. Craig Dowling -- Grant, Al -- 2, 4-08 -- 5, 7-12 -- 7, 12-04

109. Bobby Curtis -- Siloam Springs, Ar -- 3, 4-05 -- 4, 7-11 -- 7, 12-00

110. Mark Hardin -- Jasper, Ga -- 4, 7-06 -- 2, 4-03 -- 6, 11-09

111. Chris Martinkovic -- Liberty Township, Oh -- 4, 9-01 -- 1, 2-04 -- 5, 11-05

112. Mike Surman -- Boca Raton, Fl -- 5, 9-14 -- 1, 1-03 -- 6, 11-01

113. Jason Reyes -- Huffman, Tx -- 4, 7-03 -- 2, 3-14 -- 6, 11-01

114. Jim Moynagh -- Carver, Mn -- 3, 4-08 -- 5, 6-08 -- 8, 11-00

115. Dion Hibdon -- Stover, Mo -- 5, 8-06 -- 2, 2-08 -- 7, 10-14

116. David Smith -- Del City, Ok -- 1, 2-05 -- 5, 8-06 -- 6, 10-11

117. Brad Knight -- Wartburg, Tn -- 5, 7-05 -- 2, 2-10 -- 7, 9-15

118. Richard Lowitzki -- St Charles, Il -- 3, 6-07 -- 3, 3-06 -- 6, 9-13

119. Stacey King -- Reeds Spring, Mo -- 1, 1-05 -- 5, 8-04 -- 6, 9-09

120. Fred Martin -- North Little Rock, Ar -- 3, 4-15 -- 3, 4-09 -- 6, 9-08

121. Will Jefferies -- Bountiful, Ut -- 1, 1-06 -- 4, 8-01 -- 5, 9-07

122. Darrel Robertson -- Jay, Ok -- 2, 3-06 -- 3, 5-12 -- 5, 9-02

123. Kathryn Ealey -- Moody, Al -- 3, 9-00 -- 0, 0-00 -- 3, 9-00

124. Robert Harkness -- Elizabeth, Wv -- 4, 4-14 -- 3, 4-00 -- 7, 8-14

125. Nicholas Albus -- Trinity, Tx -- 2, 6-04 -- 2, 2-06 -- 4, 8-10

126. Rhett Fornof -- Park City, Ut -- 4, 6-09 -- 1, 1-15 -- 5, 8-08

127. Robert Pearson -- Herndon, Va -- 1, 1-06 -- 4, 6-12 -- 5, 8-02

128. Mike Hawkes -- Sabinal, Tx -- 2, 4-10 -- 2, 3-08 -- 4, 8-02

129. Mark Stewart -- Springville, Al -- 0, 0-00 -- 4, 7-15 -- 4, 7-15

130. James (Wil) Hardy -- Harlem, Ga -- 5, 7-08 -- 0, 0-00 -- 5, 7-08

131. Glenn Chappelear -- Acworth, Ga -- 4, 4-10 -- 1, 1-14 -- 5, 6-08

132. Rusty Trancygier -- Hahira, Ga -- 2, 2-09 -- 2, 3-12 -- 4, 6-05

133. Gerald Brown -- Chickasha, Ok -- 1, 2-04 -- 2, 2-14 -- 3, 5-02

134. Larry Nixon -- Bee Branch, Ar -- 4, 5-00 -- 0, 0-00 -- 4, 5-00

135. Jim Tutt -- Longview, Tx -- 2, 4-00 -- 0, 0-00 -- 2, 4-00

136. Mark Fisher -- Glenview, Il -- 1, 2-11 -- 1, 1-04 -- 2, 3-15

137. Tom Redington -- Royse City, Tx -- 2, 2-13 -- 0, 0-00 -- 2, 2-13