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Fishingstar dominates Talledaga with a big win this week. 1st, 3rd, 4th, and 11th place along with some qualifying points from Gordon and Kahne earned him a whopping 369 points for the week. Not only did he finish 86 points ahead of second place but also has the top score of the year! Congrats on a fantastic week fishingstar!!

fishingstar 369

Airjer 283

gregg52 270

Jar Jar 263

Team Yaggie 243

Swivel Digger 238

88fan 237

Moose 237

Rip-Some_Lip 234

Odes follies 233

BlackLundProV 227

wally20 214

eric29 201

hanronson 198

Musky999 191


Iron Cowboy's 183

Porcupine 182

Sportland Bait 169

Huckfin 167

BlueLundFisherman 162

juneau4 154

cat-man 143

Fishing_Novice 132

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Total Points

1 Airjer 2984

2 Team Yaggie 2831

3 Jar Jar 2717

4 fishingstar 2713

5 88fan 2713

6 cat-man 2666

7 Musky999 2622

8 Rip-Some_Lip 2590

9 Odes follies 2584

10 Iron Cowboy's 2584

11 Porcupine 2570

12 Swivel Digger 2537

13 Fishing_Novice 2519

14 Moose 2473

15 juneau4 2459

16 eric29 2443

17 BlackLundProV 2434


19 hanronson 2345

20 Huckfin 2282

21 gregg52 2256

22 BlueLundFisherman 2225

23 Sportland Bait 2199

24 wally20 2190

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Most points - fishingstar, 369

Average points this race - 213

Ten week average

Airjer 298

Team Yaggie 283

Jar Jar 272

88fan 271

fishingstar 271

cat-man 267

Musky999 262

Rip-Some_Lip 259

Iron Cowboy's 258

Odes follies 258

Porcupine 257

Swivel Digger 254

Fishing_Novice 252

Moose 247

juneau4 246

eric29 244

BlackLundProV 243


hanronson 235

Huckfin 228

gregg52 226

BlueLundFisherman 223

Sportland Bait 220

wally20 219

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