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Week 15 Winner

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Fishing-Novice gets his 3rd weekly win this week with 355 points. His team finished 1st, 3rd, 8th, and 17th this week and had some qualifying points from Truex. Fishing-Novice ties jwjr for the most weekly wins this year. Congrats on a nice week!

Fishin-Novice   355
musky999   340
cat-man   309
yaggie   303
SwivelDigger   296
BlackLundPro   291
jwhjr   286
Jar Jar   273
mnwildman   272
Rip_Some_Lip   271
Airjer   266
juneau4   265
fishing star   264
gregg52   246
Moose   246
Huckfin   196
88fan   193

 

Total Points

1     gregg52   4365
2     Fishin-Novice   4297
3     jwhjr   4273
4     musky999   4267
5     Rip_Some_Lip   4194
6     Airjer   4085
7     yaggie   4033
8     cat-man   4008
9     Jar Jar   3989
10     mnwildman   3978
11     Huckfin   3883
12     fishing star   3868
13     88fan   3772
14     BlackLundPro   3714
15     SwivelDigger   3581
16     juneau4   3450
17     Moose   3442

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