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Juneau4

Week 36 Finals

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Juneau4  won with 353 for 6th win of season

2--BlackLudProV        343

3--Swiveldigger           299

4--huckfin                   279

5--88fan                     266

6--Catzman               259

7--fishingstar            237

8--Henry's Heroes    231

9--Musky999             230

10-jar jar                    227

11-mnwildman         211

12-gregg52               120

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FINAL LUCKY DOG STANDINGS

1--Juneau4                     9634

2--mnwildman               9412

3--Swiveldigger              9402

4--Catzman                     9389

5--huckfin                        9328

6--fishingstar                   9216

7--Musky999                   9134

8--BlackLundProV           9071

9--88fan                            9052

10-Henry's Heroes          8994

11-jar jar                           8898

12-gregg52                      8788

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NO LUCKY DOG STANDINGS

1--Juneau4                          10216

2--Swiveldigger                   9981

3--Catzman                         9864

4--mnwildman                    9797*

5--fishingstar                      9772

6--huckfin                            9726*

7--Musky999                       9614

8--BlackLundProV              9592

9--88fan                                9479

10-Henry"s Heroes              9455

11-jar jar                               9266*

12-gregg52                           9093*

*    These competitors were not entered the first week.  I only put  the NO LUCKY DOG SCORES  up so you could see how they would compare.

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Week high scores   Both were at Dover week 29

1--  huckfin            388

2--BlackLundProV    383

LOWEST WEEKLY WINNING SCORES

Swiveldigger and Juneau4               200       Daytona     week 1

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Most wins for year

Swiveldigger    6

Juneauu4         6         

They both had the lowest winning scores though too!:crazy:

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Those of you that played the game --Thankyou

I can only say as the CHAMPION it was more Luck than Brains!

Next year if I set it up again I wish to have those who participate to say whether Lucky Dog or not -Have a good winter and Happy Holidays to all.

 

 

 

    

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Thank you for setting this up and keeping track. It was a lot of fun to be somewhat in contention. I don’t really care  one way or the other for the lucky dog. The one good thing is it let more guys get in a week late and still have a shot at winning. Thanks again

 

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I forgot to put in the segment winners

Spring        Juneau4

Summer     Henry's Heroes

Playoff        BlackLundProV

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