2018 PKC Fall Super Stakes Final Play By Play - Sophomore (1 Yr Old)

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Published Date Written by Jerry Moll

Salem, IL
Saturday September 29, 2018

First place; $7,500
Second place; $4,500
Third place; $3,000 
Fourth place; $2,250

Final Cast Judge: John Ervin
Back Up Judge: Gerald Yoder
Guide: Matt Tolliver
Play By Play Reporter: Danion Lyvers
Play By Play Announcer: Jerry Moll

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Sheza Collectors Edition
Brandon Earl - Owner/Handler
18SopFallSSPed1 Sheza


Captain America
Ashley Guthrie - Owner
Michael Ward - Handler
18SopFallSSPed2 Cap


Dirty
Roger Hamilton - Owner
Michael Dominey
- Handler
18SopFallSSPed3 Dirty


Muscleman's Rooster
Jack Maggard II -Owner
Cody Jacob Mayne
- Handler


18SopFallSSPed4 Rooster


Please stay tuned for the Play By Play
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The cast has left the Marion County Fairgrounds on the way to the woods
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We are sitting at 64 degrees, with no wind
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Should be a great night to hear the dogs
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The cast has arrived at the woods
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They are hunting big cornfields and woodlots
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I would bet the four dogs will stay scattered throughout the cast
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The dogs are cast into the dark at 8:03 CDT
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The minute is up
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Cap struck for 100
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Six a workin'
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Six broke
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The six is being applied off and on with Cap
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So far the other three are quiet, he must have a GOOD nose
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Cap gets some help, Sheza for 75 and Dirty for 50
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Rooster joins in for a quarter
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Six is workin', on all four this time
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Six is broke then restarted, dogs are having a tough go at this one
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Breaking News - Sheza treed for 100
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Cap is split treed for 100
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Cast headed toward Sheza's tree
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After a little walk, Sheza earns herself 175+
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Cody trees Rooster for 100
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Sheza is right back at it with a quarter strike
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Dirty walked up to check on the cast and earned 50-
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No eyeballs at Cap's and Rooster's trees, circle em' both
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All dogs are loose
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Stationary on Sheza
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Brandon playing it safe
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Rooster back on strike for 25
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Now Cap is back in for a quarter
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Stationary broke
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Dirty says "me too" and takes 25 strike
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All for dogs carrying 25 strike
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Cody breaks the silence and trees Rooster for 100
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Michael D trees Dirty for 100
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With about 15 minutes to go, here's how it stands:
Sheza; 175+, 25 strike pending
Cap; 200c, 25 strike pending
Dirty; 50-, 25/100 strike & tree pending
Rooster; 125c, 25/100 strike/tree pending
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Circle up Rooster (125)
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Delete Sheza's quarter strike, she is handled with Rooster
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Sheza and Rooster struck for a quarter with a line
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On the way to Dirty, moving her into second place
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Dirty shows the goods, giving her 125+
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Cap is treed for 100 with nine minutes left
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Two working on Cap
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Dirty struck & treed for 25 & 100
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Two broke on Cap
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Circle up Cap another 125c
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Plus up Dirty, she's your winner with 200+
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Going to score Rooster, he can take 3rd or 4th,. depending on what's in his tree
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Nobody home at Rooster's tree, 125-
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Final scores and placememts below

Dirty - First place; $7,500 with 200+
Sheza Collectors Edition - Second place; $4,500 with 175+
Captain America- Third place; $3,000 with 325 circle
Muscleman's Rooster - Fourth place; $2,250 with 125-

2018 PKC Youth World Championship Final Play By Play

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Published Date Written by Jerry Moll

Salem, IL -
Saturday October 20, 2018

2018 PKC Youth World Championship Final Cast, shown below, left to right:

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Allie Hopkins hunting Dirty South Side, owned by Hopkins/Weaver 

Cody Barrows hunting Bowling & Hatfield's Babe, owned by Hatfield/Bowling

Austin Blackwell hunting Combo, owned by Doug Blackwell Jr

Final cast Judge; Stephen Campbell
Back Up judge; Carl Reed
Guide; Travis Dial
Panel going to the woods; Shane Patton, Bud Hood, Lane Denny 
Play By Play Reporters: Amy Thomas & Tony Secoy
Play By Play Announcer: Jerry Moll


We are waiting on one early cast to return.  Once they have arrived, we will take final cast photos and get on the road. 
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Please stay tuned
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The 2018 PKC Youth World Championship Final Cast has left the Marion County Fairgrounds and is heading to the woods
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The cast has just arrived at the woods
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Judge Campbell is giving the final instructions as the Youth Handlers collar up their hounds
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After a "Thank You Lord" prayer, they are leading up to cut em'
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Dogs are cast into the dark at 10:41 PM CDT
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Hounds are exited, strike Babe 100
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Side in for 75, followed by Combo 50
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All under the one minute mark
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All three went right handed, but starting to split up some now
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Cast moving to top of a grade to hear better
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Austin pulls the first trigger, Combo for 100
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Second tree closes
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Side in for 50
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Babe ignores the other two, so far
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The cast starts toward the tree with Combo & Side sounding good
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After crossing a small creek, the two are handled on a small ash tree
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Nobody was home and not enough leaves for guessing
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Minus Combo 150- and Side 125-
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Two dogs are being lead one minute toward Babe
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Six workin'
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Babe opens, dogs are cast
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Six working again
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Six broke, moving toward Babe
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Side re-struck for a quarter
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Struck dogs working different directions, getting deeper
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Babe and Side still opening off & on
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Babe still fairly close to cast, while Side is deeper
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Cast tightening up on side
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Stopping in a clearing next to a pond to listen
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Six working
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Broken
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Combo struck for a quarter and treed for 100
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Combo is behind the cast and Side is trailing out the other way
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Third tree is dead, heading Combo's way
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Cast stops to listen
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Cast has arrived at Combo and he is handled alone
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Unfortunately for Austin and Combo, it's another dead ash and is quickly minused
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Combo now at 275-
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Combo is led a minute and recast
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Heading back toward Side
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Combo struck back for a quarter
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Stationary on Combo
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Combo treed 100
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Second tree closed
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Third tree closed
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Babe & Side still trailing
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Cast heading toward Combo for the third time
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Only 10 minutes remaining in the cast
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Arrived at Combo, he has a bigger tree
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It's a hardwood at the edge of a cedar thicket
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Lots of lights and squallers workin'
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Circle up Combo for 125
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Allie trees Side for 100
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Hunt is over
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The 2018 PKC Youth World Champion will be Austin or Allie, depending upon the scoring of Side's tree
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Side is still a long ways off, cast moving that way
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Most of the walking has been rough, but the cast is now walking a clearing
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Getting closer
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Closing in
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Cast has arrived, scoring now
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It's a leaning tree, with some leaves
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Circle it!
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Allie Hopkins wins the 2018 PKC Youth World Championship with Dirty South Side, owned by Hopkins/Weaver
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First place; 125-
Allie Hopkins

Second place; 275-
Austin Blackwell

Third place; 0
Cody Barrows

2018 PKC Fall Super Stakes Final Play By Play - Senior (3 Yr Old)

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Published Date Written by Jerry Moll

 

Salem, IL -
Saturday September 29, 2018

First place; $14,000
Second place; $9,000
Third place; $6,000

Final Cast Judge: Shane Patton
Guide: Travis Dial
Play By Play Reporter: Eddie Simmons
Play By Play Announcer: Jarvis Umphers

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Timberline Cilla
Chad Hicks - Owner/Handler
18SrFallSSPed1 Cilla


Jim Dandy
Cable/Danner - Owners
Kevin Cable - Handler
18SrFallSSPed2 JimD


Wipeout KC
Johnnie Moreland - Owners
Ryan Crowson - Handler
18SrFallSSPed3 KC


Please stay tuned for Play By Play

Eddie says that everyone will be loaded and ready to leave at 7:30.  Should have a little action around 8:00 pm.
He told Shane the we have a new rule the cast can walk no faster than the reporter can walk and text without running into a tree.

Cast on the way to the woods, they had to leave just before the pizza arrived at the clubhouse and Eddie is of the very mistaken opinion that the will save some until they get back.

Slow rolling down a gravel road, won't be long!!!

Fixin to cut'um.  The Good Lord sure created a beautiful night for the finals, cool and the stars are out.

And we are cut at 7:50: 
Jim struck for 100
Cilla for 75
KC for 50

Quick call:  Jim Dandy and KC are called at the same time  for 87 each then decided that there was a bigger coon in the corn field the needed running and drew a minus right of the box.

Eddie says he is doing well in the "keeping up" department, all this action and a red hot race 50 yards in front of them.  He has not moved out of his tracks.

Got him lined out now and they are in for some walking.

Two dog race KC has gotten quiet, Ryan says she is putting the silent treadment on the coon.  He better look out or she will "scoop".

Peeled bark,
Jim treed for 100
KC for 25
Cilla for 25
Going to look.

The coon was in plain view upon arrival and dogs are plussed up except Cilla, She didn't answer roll call and drew minus on tree.

Walked the minute and Cilla opened and Jim and KC struck for 25.

KC didn't go far until she found another tree and is called for 100.  She is down and solid.

 Neither of the other dogs chose to honor the tree.  Five is up and cast is at the tree ready to shine.  Jim and Cilla are working close by.

Chad is beating on the tree and everyone else is spread out looking.

 Jim Dandy has found a tree he likes and is called for 100.  Ole Dandy is my kind of dog; big bawl on the ground and steady chop on the tree.  He's sounding good.

KC gets a circle, boy she sure needed a plus. Headed toward the Jim Dandy

 KC struck for 25, and lined through.  Jim is treed alone.

Cilla is treed in the distance for 100

Cast is at Cilla's tree and everyone looking hard

KC is treed again for 100 a good ways off.

Jim Dandy drew a circle also and cast is on the way to Cilla, KC is working again with a 25 strike.

Jim Dandy is leading the cast with 112+
KC has 12-
Cilla has 25- with 175 pending

Cilla had bad luck on her tree, coon moved left no forwarding address.  Cilla collects 175 minus

Cast on the way to KC's tree and Cilla struck and treed for 100, She may be telling the cast that they didn't look good enough.

It is not the same tree and eveyone is looking.  It is a pleasure to hunt in a cast where everyone helps each other.

Jim Dandy is treed again.  My kind of cast; either shining a tree or going to a tree.  HANG IN THERE EDDIE!!

He seemed to be about a day and half walk and Jim has not missed a beat.  I love walking (or riding) to a good tree dog.

About 8 minutes left and the scores as I have them are:

Jim 12-
KC 12-
Cilla 75-

And this very well may not be right, not sure we didn't lose something in the translation while things were hot and heavy.

Eddie says they have

KC for 12+
Jim Dandy for 12-
Cilla for 50-

I guess I had some of those strike 25s that were deleted instead of minus.

That is the way it ends, Ryan and KC are our Senior Champion and Kevin and Jim Dandy are Reserve Champion and Chad Cilla are third place.

Eddie says that the scorecard really does not show it but it was a truly fun cast and everyone was a true gentleman.

THANKS TO ALL WHO MADE IT POSSIBLE!!!

 Eddie wants to know if there is any of that pizza left at the clubhouse, he is having a very low energy attack?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2018 PKC Fall Super Stakes Final Play By Play - Junior (2 Yr Old)

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Published Date Written by Jerry Moll

Salem, IL -
Saturday September 29, 2018

First place; $10,000
Second place; $6,000
Third place; $4,000

Final Cast Judge: Mike Hensley
Guide: Jeremy Carter
Play By Play Reporter: Danielle Carter
Play By Play Announcer: Brad Durham

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America's Edge Factor
Ashley Guthrie
- Owner/Handler
18JrFallSSPed1 Edge


Loomacres Girl
Baciuska/Morrell - Owners
Waylon Morrell
- Handler
18JrFallSSPed2 Girl


Hillbilly's Grey Lady
Stallard/Johnston - Owners
Cody Stallard
- Handler
18JrFallSSPed3 Lady


Please stay tuned for the Play By Play

The cast has left the Marion County Fairgrounds and are headed to the woods, the cast will be traveling about 35 miles to cast these 3 finalist. 

Sounds like its gonna be a great night to hunt in central Illinois. Winds are calm and the temperature is in the low 60s as the cast has arrived to the woods and the handlers are preparing their respectives hounds. 

The hounds are cast at 8:03 into a big, pretty section of timber.

Edge strikes for 100 after the minutes expires.
6 started on Edge as he goes quiet.
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Girl struck for 75, Lady for 50, to take the 6 off of Edge
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The dogs are banging around on a track that doesn't seem to be that good of a track. But they will probably get it heated up shortly
The hounds are working away from the cast and they have decided to tighten up towards them.
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And Cody tells Mike to treed LADY for 100, followed by Ashley's call on Edge for 75
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Tree is closed and they are headed to score them.
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They have arrived and shine time is started, its a BIG tree so it may take a little bit to score it completely. Looks like a very good tree to have a coon in, if they can find it.
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Edge had decided to keep trailing when they arrived at the tree, so he gets 75 minus
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Circle Lady up. 
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Minute is up and Lady is cut loose as the others are still trailing.
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Lady is struck for 25 and almost instantly treed for 100
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2nd and 3rd tree is closed
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Girl treed for 25
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Tree is closed and they are proceeding to the tree.
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Shine time has started
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Doesn't take long plus up Lady and Girl as they had the evidence
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Minute is up and they are recast, Edge's Wipeout side is coming out and he has decided to keep trailing.
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6 working on and off for Edge
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The cast is half way over, strike Girl back for 25, Lady struck back for 25 also
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Stationary working on Girl
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Don't take Waylon long, Tree Girl for 100
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Lady is barking up split from Girl and Cody cocks the hammer and Trees Lady for 100
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Right now scores are as follows:
Edge: 75-
Girl: 100+, 125 pending
Lady: 125+,150 circle, 125 pending
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Trees are closed as the proceed to Girls tree and Cody goes to handle Lady
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Clean timber to walk through so it shouldn't take them long to get to them
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Shine time started on Girl in a big oak tree. And it doesn't take them very long to find the pelt. Plus up Girl
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Walk the minute and girl is recast and they proceed to Lady
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Girl strikes back for 25, as they are almost to Lady
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Shine time started on Lady and Girl has been declared treed again for 100
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10 minutes left in the hunt
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Lady's tree is circled
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Lady is recast and then Edge has finally decided he wanted to do something other than trail and Ashley trees him for 100
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2 is working on Girl
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2 caught Girl, so minus her 100 and I beieve they are headed towards Edge
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Cody and Lady doesn't want to be left out of the action as the hunt runs down, Tree Lady for 100
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Lady is close by so they decide to score them out of order as the hunt time is over
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Lady had a slick persimmon tree and gets minused both ways.
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Now to Edge
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Congratulations to Waylon and Girl for winning the Junior Division of the Fall Superstakes, no matter what edge has Girl is still the winner. Its just to decide the other places.
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Edge had a real live raccoon, plus him up.
Here are the results:

1st: Girl, 125+ (125+ tree points) $10,000 winner
2nd: Edge, 125+ (100+ tree points) $6,000 winner
3rd: Lady, -0- $4,000 winner

Congratulations to all three of these guys and the hounds that they are hunting. Also THANKS to everyone involved to make this hunt happen. 

 

2018 PKC Spring Super Stakes Final Play By Play - Sophomore (1 Yr Old)

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Published Date Written by Jerry Moll

Sullivan, IN -
Saturday April 14, 2018

The Final contestants of the 2018 PKC Spring Super Stakes Sophomore 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; $7,500
Second place; $5,000
Third place; $3,000

Final Cast Judge: Darrell Mayne
Back Up Judge: Mike Lennon
Guide: Randy Phegley
Play By Play Reporter: Cody Mayne
Play By Play Announcer: Jerry Moll

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B's Mister Cracker
Kris Bruckert-Owner/Handler
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Power Trip
Kiddy/Young-Owners
Clay Young-Handler
18SprSopb Trip


Silver Creek Stone
Shabel/Elliott-Owners
James Tirey-Handler
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Final Cast photos have been taken and the finalists are preparing to compete for the big bucks
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In the meantime we have been taking entries for the Freshman Baby Stakes.  Had a great turnout with 45 babies! 
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We hunted a total of 981 entries in the one, two and thrfee year old championships Monday through Thursday this year.
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The temperature is very nice at 65 degrees, but it is going to be a little wet tonight.  We have a 40% chance of rain about dark, that will increase to 90% chance by midnight.  There is a 13 mph SSE wind and the humidity is sitting at 74%.
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It's starting to drizzel a little rain here at the fairgrounds now, hopefully the major stuff will hold off awhile
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I just heard from the cast, they are pulling into the hunting spot
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Getting collared up
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Dogs have been cast into the dark at 9:30 Eastern Daylight Time
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Crack is struck for 100
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Crack is minused 100 (wrong dog) and Trip is struck for 100
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I'm gonna say, due to Final Cast jitters, happens to everyone
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Crack is restruck for 75
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Stone struck for 50
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Trip seems to be on a pretty good track
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Stationary rule is working on Trip
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Two working on Trip
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Broke
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The action for Crack & Stone has dided down for now, all we are hearing is Trip
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Clay has treed Trip for 100
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Second tree is closed
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Cast has arrived at Trip's tree, fixin' to shine
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Trip is on a big den, everyone is beating on the side and squalling, trying to get some movement
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Both the wind and the rain are picking up, both could play a factor
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Circle up Trip for 200
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Walking the minute
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Six is working on Crack & Stone
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Six broke, Trip recast
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Crack treed 100
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Trip re-struck, for a quarter with a line
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Second tree closed
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Third tree closed
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Cast headed toward Crack's tree
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Nothing from Stone for a bit
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At Crack's tree, ready to shine
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Trip is declared treed for 100, activating his 25 strike
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Circle up Crack for 175
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Crack is recast
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On the way toward Trip
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Trip's tree is dead, still working that way
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Well, Clay is smiling like Logan Ray now, plus up Trip 125+
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Trip had a tripple
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Walking his minute
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It's half-time in the Sophomre Division
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Six working on Stone with Trip on the string
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Scores with an hour to go:
Trip; 125+, 200c
Cracker; 100-, 175c
Stone; 50 strike pending
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Stone is heard from and Trip recast
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Trip struck back in for a quarter
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Crack also in for 25
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Crack treed 100
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Trip treed 25
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Stone is still AWOL carrying 50 strike
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Arived at tree, Crack off tree, minused 100-
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Shining now
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Two lookin', plus up Trip another 50+, now at 175+
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Walked a minute with Trip
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Six workin'
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Six broke, Trip recut
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Trip struck 25
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Well, there he is, tree Stone for 100
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On the way to Stone
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Arriving at the tree
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Shining
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Plus up Stone 150+,had the proof
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Stone walked a minute & recast
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Stationary rule working on Trip
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Trip treed 100
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Second tree closed
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Third tree closed
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Headed to Trip with 10 minutes left
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Trip had another one, give him an additional 125+
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Hunt is over, Trip is the Sophomore Super stakes Champion
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First place; $7,500
Power Trip
Kiddy/Young-Owners
Clay Young-Handler

Second place; $5,000
Silver Creek Stone
Shabel/Elliott-Owners
James Tirey-Handler


Third place; $3,000
B's Mister Cracker
Kris Bruckert-Owner/Handler

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