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Jeremy airjer W

Week 8 Winnner

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Fishin-Novice puts weekly win number two on the board this week. Fishin's team finished 1st, 4th, 10th, and 26th place earning him 329 points for the week. Thank goodness for those "C" team drivers!! ;) Congrats on a great week Fishin!

Fishin-Novice   329
Jar Jar   311
jwhjr   303
Airjer   300
fishing star   293
gregg52   286
Rip_Some_Lip   285
musky999   264
mnwildman   243
yaggie   231
88fan   229
cat-man   223
Moose   222
SwivelDigger   199
BlackLundPro   194
Huckfin   180
juneau4   145

Total Points

1     gregg52   2401
2     Fishin-Novice   2355
3     musky999   2279
4     Rip_Some_Lip   2273
5     Airjer   2249
6     jwhjr   2196
7     yaggie   2177
8     mnwildman   2148
9     cat-man   2101
10     fishing star   2081
11     Jar Jar   2071
12     88fan   2054
13     Huckfin   1979
14     BlackLundPro   1970
15     juneau4   1857
16     SwivelDigger   1850
17     Moose   1692

Points Behind Leader

gregg52   0
Fishin-Novice   -46
musky999   -122
Rip_Some_Lip   -128
Airjer   -152
jwhjr   -205
yaggie   -224
mnwildman   -253
cat-man   -300
fishing star   -320
Jar Jar   -330
88fan   -347
Huckfin   -422
BlackLundPro   -431
juneau4   -544
SwivelDigger   -551
Moose   -709

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