2016 PKC Spring Super Stakes Sophomore Final - Play By Play

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2016 PKC Spring Super Stakes Sophomore Final - Play By Play

Postby Jerry Moll » Mon Oct 10, 2016 8:49 am

Sullivan, IN -
Saturday April 09, 2016

The Final contestants of the 2016 PKC Spring Super Stakes Sophomore Division have been determined. These three finalists will compete for 120 minutes tonight in Western Indiana’s Wabash River Bottoms to determine first, second and third placements. Please stay tuned and we will try our best to make you feel like you are right here with us at the Sullivan County 4-H Fairgrounds!

First place; $7,500
Second place; $5,000
Third place; $3,000

Final Cast Judge: Dustin Troutman
Back Up Judge: Bud Hood
Guide: Jake Taylor
Play By Play Reporter: Jake Taylor
Play By Play Announcer: Jerry Moll

Wipeout T
Owners: Weaver/Thornton
Handler: Mike Thornton
Lifetime Handler Earnings: $13,471.34

Boogie Bottom Fog
Owner: Dustin Weed
Handler: Jeff McCord
Lifetime Handler Earnings: $71,119.23

CH Slow Talking Duke
Owner: Mike Carroll
Handler: Justin Allen
Lifetime Handler Earnings: $6,770.49
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What a great night to hunt. We have 37 degrees with clear skies and a slight east wind of 2 mph.
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The cast left the fairgounds awhile ago and should be at the hunting grounds in about 15 minutes.
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The dogs have been released at 9:18 PM EDT
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Minute is up with no dogs struck
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McCord breaks the silence and strikes Fog for 100
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Six working
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Broke, seems to be a woking track
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Things are picking up
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Fog treed for 100
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Cold tree also, the two is working
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Two broke
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Thorton strikes T for 75 with a line
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Two on Fog again
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Minus Fog for 100, the two got him
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Allen strikes Duke deep and away from the cast for 50
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Cast is walking deeper in the country to split the difference
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The stationary rule is working on Duke
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Duke is trailing again, stationary broke
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Rough tracks tonight, six working off and on
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Duke is declared treed for 100
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Second tree closed
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Cast headed toward Duke
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Cast just arrived at Duke's tree
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First coon of the night, plus up Duke 150+
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Walking Duke his minute
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Duke has been recast
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Stationary rule is working on Fog
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Six working
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Stationary broke
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Duke is restruck for a quarter
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Cast is half over, 60 minutes to go
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Wipeout T is treed for 100
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Second tree closed
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Third tree closed
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Cast heading to T's tree
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T decided to pack his bags and move on, minus him 100-
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Fog is treed for 100
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Second tree closed
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Third tree closed
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Fog has moved and is minused 100-
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Stationary rule now working on Fog and T
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Fog has been declared treed for 100
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Second tree closed
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Third tree closed
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T is declared treed for a quarter
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Cast has arrived at the tree
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Only thing found in the tree is a big nest.
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Circle em' up, Fog for 200 and T for 100
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Resrike T for a quarter
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Stationary rule working on Duke
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Duke has been declared treed for 100
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Cast is heading to Duke
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Fog is struck & treed for 25 & 25
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Tree is dead
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Fog is minused 25- for leaving
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Nobody home, minus Duke 125-
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Cast is over, Duke wins!!!
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First place; $7,500
Slow Talking Duke with 25+

Second place; $5,000
Wipeout T with 100-

Third place; $3,000
Boogie Bottom Fog with 225-
Please prepare yourself and your hound. Hunt the dog, read the Blue Book, and your Good Book!
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