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2013 PKC National Championship Play By Play

Postby Jerry Moll » Wed Nov 18, 2015 2:57 pm

Lawrenceburg, Tennessee-
Sunday March 10, 2013

Here are our 2013 PKC National Championship Finalists.

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PKC CH Big Hollow Patches, a Treeing Walker Female, is owned and handled by Doug Douglas of Marble Hill, Missouri. Patches was born May 12, 2010 and she was bred by Wayne Moore of Simpson, Illinois. Patches is sired by SCH Litchfield Hills Blaster and her dam is Hayes Creek Lady Luck. She was previously owned by Charles Vincent of Sumner, Illinois and Bryan Webb of Buncombe, Illinois. Patches had won $2,566 prior to this weekend and her handler, Doug Douglas had won $9,147.

Doug entered Patches on Wednesday night and won the early round with 175+ and then won the late round with 150+. This allowed her to rest Thursday and Friday nights. In Saturday's early round, they drew Austin Gentry with Luna, Matt Craddock with Chic and Coy Sullivan with Jane. Patches won the cast with 300+.

In the late round Saturday, Doug and Patches drew Eric Piatt and Hissy Phit. Patches earned her berth into the final cast by scoring 300+.

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PKC GCH Wipeout Hell Chamber, a Treeing Walker male, is owned by Bradley Beaver and Gary Thompson of Franklinville, North Carolina. He is handled by Bradley Beaver of Asheboro, North Carolina. Chamber was born April 07, 2008 and he was bred by Ryan Ferguson of Selmer, Tennessee. Chamber is sired by PCH Wipeout Hellbilly and his dam is Fergy's Stylish Kasey. Chamber had won $16,907 prior to this weekend and his handler, Bradley Beaver had won $20,895.

Bradley entered Chamber on Thursday night, but was defeated in the early round by Garrett Danner and Time Bandit. They re-entered Friday and won their early round with 450+ and their late round with 125+. In Saturday's early round, they drew and three dog cast; Carson Brewer with Stone and a re-match with Garrett Danner hunting Bandit. Chamber won the cast with 100+.

In the late round Saturday, Brad and Chamber drew Clay Young and Wipeout Stylish Gold. Chamber earned his berth into the final cast by scoring 100-.

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PKC GCH Nasty Little Peach, a Treeing Walker female, is owned by Randall Drew of Greenville, Ohio. She is handled by Ted Halcomb of Winchester, Indiana. Peach was born May 23, 2009 and she was bred by Mark Penn and Mathew Penn of Benton, Arkansas. Peach is sired by GCH Coma's Stylish Legend and her dam is Eagle's Hot Chick. She was previously owned by Fred Sauer of Emory, Texas, Danny Kagebein of England, Arkansas and Robby Taylor of Traskwood, Arkansas. Peach had won $11,707 prior to this weekend and her handler, Ted Halcomb had won $2,003.

Ted entered Peach on Thursday night, but was defeated by James McCulloch and DeDe in the early round. They re-entered Friday and won their early round with 525+ and their late round with 150+. In Saturday's early round, they drew Drake Roberson with Rocket, Larry Wishon with Karma and Greg Lewis with Clayton. Peach won the cast with 625+.

In the late round Saturday, Ted and Peach drew Jonathan Parsley and Wipeout Jake. She earned her berth into the final cast by scoring 325-.

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Shown (L-R): Doug Douglas with PKC CH Big Hollow Patches, Ted Halcomb with PKC GCH Nasty Little Peach and Bradley Beaver PKC GCH Wipeout Hell Chamber.

Judge: Brad Durham
Backup Judge: Kevin Roberson
Guide: Wes Daniels
Panel: Charlie McMeans, Ken Norwood and Brandon Coselman
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The Lawrenceburg, Tennessee area is currently being hammered with high wind, lighting, thunder and rain. Radar shows this will blow through and subside soon, so we will wait it out a few minutes.
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The final cast is at the woods collaring up
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Dogs released at 7:39 CDST
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No strike yet, 15 min rule working on Chamber
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Chamber has "got gone", five working on him
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Patch struck 100, Chamber 75, 15 broke off Chamber
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Cast is splitting the difference between the two struck dogs. Chamber is way out in front and Patch is well behind the cast
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Dogs getting deeper
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Peach struck for 50, treed for 100
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Patch treed
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Minus Peach 150, struck & treed the wrong dog.
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Move Patch to 100 & 100
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Tree is slick, Patch minused 200
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Walking back to last place Chamber was heard to run the 6
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Six got Chamber, minused 75
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Patch released, all strike points open
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Strike Patch for 100
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Peach is struck for 75 and minused for 75 on miscall
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Six working on Patch, off & on
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Chamber struck 75
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Patch is working off to the right of the cast and Chamber to the left
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Peach struck for 50 towards Chamber
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Dogs are trailing around, rain has stopped, but still windy
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Stationary working on Chamber and Peach
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Peach treed 100
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Chamber treed for 50
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Peach left outta there, minus her 100
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Minus Chamber 125, he stayed and was scored on the slick
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The raccoons are not walking tonight, the cast has spied five sitting up so far
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About ten minutes to hunt
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Peach treed 100
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Peach minused 100
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Stationary on Patch
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Patch treed 100
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Kinda sounds like they are in the ground
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Peach treed 25
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Scoring hole, Chamber came in and was handled
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Hole is circled up, Patches is the 2013 PKC National Champion!

First place with 200-/200 circle; Big Hollow Patches
Second place with 425-/75 circle; Nasty Little Peach
Third place with 200-; Wipeout Hell Chamber
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