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Week 20 Winner(s)

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Blacklundpro gets his first weekly win of the year this week and 88fan gets his second weekly win of the year this week. Both teams finished with 1st, 5th, 11th, and 13th place finishes for 341 points each. This is 88 fans second highest score this year with his highest getting the week 11 win and 88fans highest score of the year. Congrats to both this week!

Side note........

Next week I will be chaperoning Troop 286 at our yearly Tomahawk campout. I'll update the fantasy when I get back into town. Have a great week everyone!

88fan   341
BlackLundPro   341
fishing star   315
juneau4   312
SwivelDigger   309
Huckfin   301
jwhjr   301
Fishin-Novice   298
musky999   295
mnwildman   289
Moose   289
gregg52   287
cat-man   286
yaggie   283
Rip_Some_Lip   246
Airjer   234
Jar Jar   232

 

Total Points

1     gregg52   5675
2     jwhjr   5674
3     Fishin-Novice   5607
4     musky999   5592
5     Rip_Some_Lip   5532
6     yaggie   5381
7     mnwildman   5356
8     Airjer   5334
9     Huckfin   5269
10     Jar Jar   5250
11     cat-man   5221
12     fishing star   5217
13     88fan   5136
14     BlackLundPro   4990
15     SwivelDigger   4935
16     juneau4   4865
17     Moose   4778
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10 week averages

88fan 264
Airjer 248
BlackLundPro 262
cat-man 269
fishing star 263
Fishin-Novice 279
gregg52 269
Huckfin 280
Jar Jar 261
juneau4 260
jwhjr 287
mnwildman 273
Moose 252
musky999 289
Rip_Some_Lip 286
SwivelDigger 259
yaggie 274

over/under first ten week average

88fan +14
Airjer -37
BlackLundPro +24
cat-man +16
fishing star +4
Fishin-Novice -3
gregg52 -29
Huckfin +33
Jar Jar -3
juneau4 +33
jwhjr +7
mnwildman +11
Moose +26
musky999 +19
Rip_Some_Lip +19
SwivelDigger +24
yaggie +10

Weekly Wins

Fishin-Novice   3
gregg52   3
jwhjr   3
88fan   2
Huckfin   2
Rip_Some_Lip   2
yaggie   2
Airjer   1
BlackLundPro   1
cat-man   1
juneau4   1
mnwildman   1
Moose   1
fishing star   0
Jar Jar   0
musky999   0
SwivelDigger   0

 

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