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Lura Lake 7/12/09

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1ST - JEFFRIES / JOENS 24.14lbs

2ND - PRICE / BOYUM 23.64lbs

3RD - MEYER / MEYER 20.14lbs

4TH - JENSEN / HODAPP 18.92lbs

5TH - GARE / SISLER 18.46lbs


7TH - HOWLAND / LOHRE 15.66lbs


9TH - BURCH / DUNN 14.10lbs

10TH - SCHMIDKE / MORGAN 13.56lbs

11TH - SIMON / HOFFMAN 12.14lbs

12TH - MISKA / BRAITH 11.82lbs


14TH - JOHNSON / SLACK 6.70lbs

15TH - SHETKA / HAUER 6.06lbs

16TH - SHEELER / SHEELER 5.52lbs






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Current Standings

1st - Meyer / Meyer 291

2nd - Jeffries / Joens 290

3rd - Goettlicher / Leesch 289

4th - Schmidke / Morgan 288

5th - Howland / Lohre 286

6th - Pittman / Bohlen 285

7th - Shetka / Hauer 281

8th - Burch / Dunn 280

9th - Simon / Hoffman 279

10th - Jensen / Hodapp 277


11th - Johnson / Slack 276

12th - Sheeler / Sheeler 274

13th - Miska / Braith 266

14th - Mitchell / Radermacher 265

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