2017 PKC Spring Super Stakes Final Play By Play - Junior (2 Yr Old)

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Published Date Written by Jerry Moll

Sullivan, IN -
Saturday April 08, 2017

The Final contestants of the 2017 PKC Spring Super Stakes Junior Division have been determined. These three finalists will compete for 120 minutes tonight in Western Indiana’s Wabash River Bottoms to determine first, second and third placements. Please stay tuned and we will try our best \make you feel like you are right here with us at the Sullivan County 4-H Fairgrounds!

First place; $10,000
Second place; $7,500
Third place; $4,000

Final Cast Judge: Shane Patton
Back Up Judge: Chuck Wells
Guide: Jared Lehman
Play By Play Reporter: Danny Cobb
Play By Play Announcer: Jarvis Umphers


17SprSS Jr Final

Thousand Dollar Tip

Sullivan/Bane/Umbarger-Owners
Mark Sullivan-Handler

17SprSS Jr Tip


Long Shots Dry Pond Dolly
Sigmon/Dellinger-Owners
Austin Sigmon-Handler

17SprSS Jr Dolly


Too Little Profit
Phipps/Thomas-Owners
CJ Thomas-Handler

17SprSS Jr Profit


Cast is on the way to the woods, they are headed east close to the Robinson area and it will be about a forty mile drive from Salem.  They should be in some good hunting a will be turning loose a little after 8:00 PM

We are turning off the main road to the "honey hole"  Should have hound music pretty shortly

Collaring up at 8:05

We have an issue with the hunting ground and they are going to move to a new spot.  One thing is for sure, they have a bunch of good spots.

We have arrived at the new spot, should be in the woods shortly.

Cast is walking near a plowed field next to some pretty woods. 

Turn-loose at any time: Dogs cast at 8:31 CDT.

Dogs are cast and Dolly is struck for 100.

Moving it pretty good.

Profit is struck for 75 and Tip for 50.

All three dogs have a track going in different directions:  What else did you expect, this is PKC.

Dogs are still trailing in three directions, Sigman has already pulled out his long range anteana and Dolly must be futher than that CJ reports that the Profit is one mile away. 

Gonna be some walking tonight.

Got some action: Profit is called treed for 100 about a mile in.  The the first two minutes at up and cast is headed that way

Profit's tree is dead and there is no onw else there except him now.

There are eight cast members on this cast and all are now walking to the profit.

Sigmon wants to stop and listen, the judge asked him why, Reply was "I just need a breath of fresh air".

Profit is handled in a small patch of hardwoods.  Looking for the evidence.
Didn't take long, Big as a nail keg and laying in the first fork.  Plus him up:

Profit: 75+ Strike   ****    100+
Dolly: 100 Strike
Trip: 50 Strike

Dolly is heard and Profit is recast

Six a working


Six got Dolly and Trip they are minus their strike


Profit is struck and is called, he is barkin in the same place and CJ just looks out across the woods. 

Judge put Stationalry on him.

cast hears a dog they believe to be trip way in the distance, shortly they decide it is trip and he is struck for 75.

Profit is banging on a cold tree and stationary is placed back on Profit

They are still plalying that "six minute -- broke game"

The Profit treed for 100.

Profit is playing Russian Roulette with the two minute rule as the cast head that way.

Profit is handled on a good size tree'

He had this one too and he as opened up a lot of air between him and the rest of the cast

Cast is walking to the last place they heard Trip and have about 30 minutes left in cast.

Skx is now working on Trip.

Dolly struck for 50 treed for 100 and Mr. Garmin is calling it 1.1 miles to where she is.

Profit is struck for 25.

Getting a little closer to the tree but she has started two.  The two minute rule got her and the cast is over.

The are in "gather up" mode, bet they are all whistle broke.

OUR TWO YEAR OLD CHAMPION IS TOO LITTLE PROFIT WITH C.J. THOMAS WITH 375 PLUS

SECOND PLACE WITH 50- IS TRIP OWNED BY A COMMITTEE AND HANDLED BY MARK SULLIVAN.

THIRD PLACE IS DOLLY WITH 200- HANDLED BY AUSTIN SIGMON.

CONGRATULATIONS TO EVERYONE ON A GOOD EVENT!!!!

2017 PKC Fall Super Stakes Sophomore Final - Play By Play

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Published Date Written by Jerry Moll

Salem, IL -
Saturday September 30, 2017

Judges: Payton Roberson/John Steber
Guide: Jerry Ratterman
Play By Play: Jerry Moll

Slow Talking Lucas...Carroll/Shabel...Mike Carroll

17FallSSSop Lucas


Black River Bloody Mary...Billy Berry...Billy Berry

17FallSSSop Mary


Loomacres Girl...Baciuska/Morrell...Waylon Morrell

17FallSSSop Girl


Neosho Louann...Mullis/Faulk...Ross Mullis

17FallSSSop Louann


 

a17FallSSSop Final

The One Year Old Final Cast has left the Marion County Fairgrounds.  We have a nice night to hunt, from the weather standpoint.  It is 66 degrees with no wind and zero percent of rain.  The cast is traveling northwest of Salem about 15 miles in the Kaskaskia River Bottoms
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Dogs are collard up.  Leading toward the woods
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They are cast at 8:18 PM CDT
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Minute is up with no racket
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Strike Louann for 100, Mary 75
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Six a workin'
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Six broke
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Lucas in for 50
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Girl struck for a quarter
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Girl treed 100
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Two working
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Two broke
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Girl changed her mind, give her 100-
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Lucas loaded up and is declared treed for 100
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Mary is in for 75
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Tree Girl for a quarter
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Cast is crossing the creek and arriving at the tree
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Lucas is minused for being off tree
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Cast is scoring the tree, a big oak
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Tree is dead, no eyeballs
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Circle Mary 150 & Girl 50
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The minute has been walked, Girl & Mary are cast toward Lucas & Louann
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Mary is re-struck for a quarter
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Dogs are bogged down a little in a standing corn field
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Six is working and broke off and on
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Girl is re-struck for a quarter
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Not a peep from Lucas or Louann in a while
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Louann has loaded up and Payton has applied the stationary rule
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The way the night is going, Ross is being very cautious
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Louann is declared treed for 100
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Five started
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Tree is dead with no dogs covering
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She is over a half mile away, cast is walking
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The cast has arrived, Louann handled
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Shine time started
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Plus Louann up 200+, Ross is smiling
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It's just past halftime, with scores as such:
Lucas; 100-, with 50 strike pending
Mary; 150c, with 25 strike pending
Girl; 100-, 50c, with 25 strike pending
Louann; 200+
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Louann waked a minute and recast
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Six working
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Six broke on Lucas, he's trailing deep
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Louann is re-struck for 25 nearby Mary
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Mary & Louann are heating their track up near a harvested corn field
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Nothing heard from Lucas and Girl in a while
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Six is workin'
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Six is broke
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Dogs are trailing in four different directions now
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Dry as a bone, kickin' up dust
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Things have been slow, but Girl is making a tree sound pretty good
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Stationary on Girl
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Waylon has treed Girl for 100 with about six minutes to go in the cast
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Second tree closed
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Third tree closed
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Tree has closed, headed that way
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The cast has arrived at Girl's tree
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Shining Girl's tree as the hunt time expires
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Circle up Girl's 125
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Final placements, Congratulations to all!!!

First place; Louann 200+

Second place; Mary 150c

Third place; Girl 100-

Fourth place; Lucas 100-

2017 PKC Fall Super Stakes Senior Final - Play By Play

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Published Date Written by Jerry Moll

Salem, IL -
Saturday September 30, 2017

Judge: John Ervin
Guide: Tim Smith
Play By Play: Christina Wilkinson

The "Wicked" Vapor...Smith/Shabel...Tony Smith

17FallSSSr Vapor


Slow Talking Pace Collector...Jason Spurr...Garrett Eblen

17FallSSSr Pace


The American Billionaire...Guthrie/Guthrie/Schuerer...Michael Ward

17FallSSSr Bill


a17FallSSSr Final

The cast will be hunting about 30 miles from Salem, which is just a little north of Louisville. Everyone is loaded up and headed to the woods.

Just heard from the guide, Tim Smith, and the cast is just a few minutes out..should be turning loose soon

 The cast is getting geared up and will be starting...

Dogs have been cut loose

No one struck within the minute...
Bill struck for 100
Trigger struck for 75

Stationary working on Pace aka Trigger

Stationary Broke

Vapor struck for 50

Cast is already action packed!!

 Stationary working on Vapor

Vapor treed for 100

Cast is walking to Vapor now...he's fairly deep

Vapor's tree is dead, cast has just arrived and Vapor has been handled

Shine time has started

Didn't take long... Plus him up...Vapor 150+

Trigger and Bill are still working

Cast is walking Vapor a minute to re-cut

Vapor has been re-cut

Bill and Trigger are split up trailing, but there is no word from Vapor

1 hour and 31 minutes left to hunt

Vapor re-struck for 25

Bill treed for 100

Vapor treed for 100

Both dogs treed deep

Tony and the guide have gone to handle Vapor...
The rest of the cast has gone to score Bill's tree...
Vapor has been handled and they are waiting on the judge to score his tree

Plus Bill up both ways

Trigger declared tree for 100

Bill was re-cut

Scoring Vapors tree

Plus him up...Vapor has another one

Vapor has been re-cut 

Headed to score Trigger now

Vapor 275+
Bill 200+
Pace aka Trigger 175 pending

Vapor struck for 25 treed for 100
Bill struck for 25

cast is still walking to Triggers tree

40 minutes left to hunt

Cast is scoring Triggers tree...the guide and Tony have gone to Vapors tree and he has been handled....

Bill is still trailing

still waiting at Vapor's tree for the judge to score it

roughly 10 minutes left in the cast

Vapor 275+ with 125 pending
Bill 200+ and re-stuck for 25
Trigger 175 pending

Trigger's tree is circled

cast arrived at Vapor's tree...didn't take long to find him...Plus him up

Vapor is your 2017 Fall Super Stakes Senior Champion

First place is  Vapor with 400+
Second place is Billionaire with 200+
Third place is Pace aka Trigger with 0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017 PKC Fall Super Stakes Junior Final - Play By Play

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Published Date Written by Jerry Moll

Salem, IL -
Saturday September 30, 2017

Judges: Mike Hensley/Mike Dowler
Guide: Jeremy Carter
Play By Play: Jarvis Umphers


Curious George...Shawney Knowles...Shawney Knowles

17FallSSJr George


Jordan's Dark Knight...Rayford Bethune...Jeff McCord

17FallSSJr Knight


Fishing Creek "Moe" Money OD...Gill/Shabel...Logan Ray

17FallSSJr Mo


Night Crawlin Stylish Bronco...Mitcham/Caldwell...Justin Caldwell

17FallSSJr Bronco


 a17FallSSJr Final

The cast is going to be hunting out of Flora near Cave City and they are headed that now and should be ready to cast in about half an hour.

Going to be a short delay, cheesburger has locked his keys in the truck.

Back on the road again.  Won't be long!!

Bout ready tp cut'um

Dogs cast at 8:04

Moe truck in first minut: Time running

Bronco struck form75 and treed for 100

George struck for 50 and Knight for 25

 Mo minused for loose mouth and struck again for 25
Knight treed for 25
Moe treed on a different tree for 100

We got eyes, plus up the Bronco. 200+

plus Moe 125

Scores as we stand:

Bronco 200+
Knight 75+
Moe 25+
George 50 Strike (pending)

The Bronco is treed again and

Two a working on Bronco's tree

Bronco was making a lot of noise on a persimmon tree, nothing up there but fruit.  He has 75 plus left but still leading the cast.

Knight treed for 100 and it is a long walk!!

Bronco Treed and George is treed but I don't know yet if they are treed together.

Knight left his tree and takes 100 minus

Bronco takes a minus

Think they are in a hole, George gets circled up for 175

Bronco is called treed again for 100

Scores as I have them right now at halftime:
Moe 25+
George 175 circle
Bronco 25-
Knight 25-
Bronco is treed again for 100 (pending)

Found the coon for the Bronco and he is now leading the cast with 100+

George is treed and Mo is deep in the country.

I just found out the Bronco is a little ole girl dog, I thought that anything named after a bucking horse would be a boy dog.  She sure is action packed!

My radio man is breathing hard and wiping sweat.

 22 minutes left

Found George and he was digging in a hole - Circle

Scores as we have it:
Bronco - 100+
Moe - 25+
George - 0
Knight - 25-

Bronco treed again for 100
Mo treed again for 100
bout 14 minutes left

Bronco tree is deleted, same tree: she finishes with 100+

On the way to score the Moe

Knight is minused 100 on his tree

The Moe Money had his coon and is plussed up going to the head of the class.

Hunt is over when we score this last tree:

THEY FINISHED:

MO MONEY - 150+ - FIRST
STYLISH BRONCO - 100+ - SECOND
CURIOUS GEORGE - 300 CIRCLE - THIRD
DARK KNIGHT - 125- - FOURTH

 

GOOD HUNT: CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017 PKC Spring Super Stakes Final Play By Play - Senior (3 Yr Old)

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Published Date Written by Jerry Moll

Sullivan, IN -
Saturday April 08, 2017

The Final contestants of the 2017 PKC Spring Super Stakes Senior Division have been determined. These three finalists will compete for 120 minutes tonight in Western Indiana’s Wabash River Bottoms to determine first, second and third placements. Please stay tuned and we will try our best to make you feel like you are right here with us at the Sullivan County 4-H Fairgrounds!

First place; $15,000
Second place; $10,000
Third place; $7,500

Final Cast Judge: Payton Roberson
Back Up Judge: Lonnie Pirtle
Guide: Josh Shorter
Play By Play Reporter: Josh Shorter
Play By Play Announcer: Jerry Moll


17SprSS Sr Final

Wildbill

Stokes/Shabel-Owners
William K Stokes-Handler

17SprSS Sr Bill


Mason's Jar
Sparks/Wills-Owners
Spencer Anderson-Handler

17SprSS Sr Jar


Musclemans Nellie
Walling/Lab-Owners
Josh Walling-Handler

17SprSS Sr Nellie


The Senior Final has left the fairgrounds heading for the hunting grounds.  It's a clear, cloudless night with the temperature resting at 59 degrees.  There is a slight southeast wind at 7 mph.  The chance of rain is at zero.
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The cast has reached the hunting grounds.  The handlers are collaring up and leading dogs.
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The hounds have been cast into the dark at 9:15 Eastern Daylight Time
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The minute is up with no dogs struck
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Bill Stokes breaks the night's silence and strikes Wild Bill for 100
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Jar falls in line for 75 in the strike column
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Josh strikes Nellie for 50
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Josh trees Nellie for 100
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Nellie is minused for 100, not treed
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Wild Bill is treed for 100 and his five is running
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As the time ticked down, Jar is declared treed for 25
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Tree is dead, heading that way
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The cast has arrived at Bill & Jar's tree
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Nobody seen, circle points for Wild Bill & Jar
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Bill gets 200c and Jar gets 100c
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Walking the minute
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Before Wild Bill and Jar can get loose, Nellie is treed close by for 100, leashlocking them
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That was quick.  Nellie's coon was not hard to find, plus her up
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The three dogs are being led the minute
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Now scores stand:
Bill; 200c
Jar; 100c
Nellie; 50+
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Dogs are recast
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Wild Bill struck for 100
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Jar for 75
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Bill treed for 100, time is ticking
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Nellie struck for 50 with a line
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Jar treed for 25
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Bill & Jar have the evidence, plus em' up
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While walking the minute, Nellie was treed for 100, thereby leashlocking Bill & Jar again
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Cast is headed to Nellie's tree
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Starting to shine Nellie's tree
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Plus her up, she's got the meat

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Now scores stand:
Bill; 200+/200c
Jar; 100+/100c
Nellie; 200+
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Dogs have been recast
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Nellie struck 100
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Six working
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Six broke
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Nellie treed for 100
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Jar struck for 75 with a line
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Bill struck for 50 with a line
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Bill treed with Nellie for 50
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All three dogs are handled at Nellie's tree
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The tree is circled, Nellie gets 200c & Bill gets 100c, Jar's strike is deleted
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Dogs are walked a minute and recast
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Nellie is struck for 100, she is minused 100-
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Nellie is struck again for 100
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Jar struck for 75
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Jar treed for 100
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Bill stuck for 50 with a line
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Nellie treed for 50
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Tree is dead, headed that way
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30 minutes to hunt
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Plus up Jar and Nellie
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Walking back toward where Bill was last heard
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Tree Bill for 100
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Jar and Nellie are leashlocked as the cast heads toward Bill
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Plus up Wild Bill and the three are walking the minute together again
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With 15 minutes left in the cast, here's how the scores stand:
Bill; 350+/300c
Jar; 275+/100c
Nellie; 250+
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Dogs are cast and Nellie is struck for 100
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Jar is struck for 75
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Wild Bill is in for 50
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Stationary running on Bill
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Bill treed for 100
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Jar trees in for a quarter
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Nellie is split for 100
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Plus up Bill & Jar.  Bill is the 2017 PKC Spring Super Stakes Senior Champion with 500+.  Jar finishes with a score of 375+.  Going to score Nellie
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Bad news for Nellie, she had a blank and earned another 200-
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First place, $15,000 Winner; Wild Bill with 500+
Second place, $10,000 Winner; Mason's Jar with 375+
Third place, $7,500 Winner; Musclemans Nellie 50+

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