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2016 PKC Spring Super Stakes Junior Final - Play By Play

Postby Jerry Moll » Mon Oct 10, 2016 8:51 am

Sullivan, IN -
Saturday April 09, 2016

The Final contestants of the 2016 PKC Spring Super Stakes Junior 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; $10,000
Second place; $7,500
Third place; $4,000

Final Cast Judge: Willis Martindale
Back Up Judge: Terry Gregory
Guide: Doug Stamper
Play By Play Reporter:
Play By Play Announcer: Tony Secoy

Wildbill
Owners: Stokes/Shabel
Handler: William K Stokes
Lifetime Handler Earnings: $70,075.43

SCH Slow Talking Paint
Owners: Shabel/Elliott
Handler: Billy Bell
Lifetime Handler Earnings: $139,936.46

Shot Through The World
Owners: Shabel/Jones
Handler: Jeff Stallard
Lifetime Handler Earnings: $155,871.28

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The cast is getting the dogs and gear around and it will not be long till they are headed for the woods to see who the winner will be!
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The dogs are cast at roughly 9:36
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Bill is struck for 100 with paint following suit for 75 shortly ther after.
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Paint treed for 100 and Shot struck for 50 with a line under it.

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Bill joins in and is treed for 25.

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Shot treed split for 100.

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Paint is minused for leaving and Bill is plusssed up giving him 125+

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They are headed to Shot now.

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Shot was Plussed up having the evidence in his tree as well!

Bill was struck for 25.

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Stationary working on both Bill and Paint.

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Billy Bell takes the oportunity to tree Paint for 100, breaking the stationary.

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Shot struck for 25 with a line, but he is in the other direction.

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They arrive at Paint's tree and understand why things may not have sounded right. Paint is treed in a cave and they are scoring it now.

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Paint lead the minute and recast.

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Stationary working on Shot.

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Shot was treed for 100 and Bill was treed split for 100

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Plus Shot up!!!

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Right now the way I have it with about 40 minutes to go is....

Shot with 275+
Bill with 125+ and 125 pending.
Paint with 100- and 175 circle.

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Bill is plussed up! This gives him 250+

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Paint returns to the cave and is withdrawn by handler Billy Bell wrapping up third place.

It is now a heads up cast between Bill and Shot.

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With 27 minutes left Bill is struck for 100.

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Shot struck for 75.

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Stationary running on Shot with 18 minutes left. Jeff is running all the scenarios in his head...

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Jeff must have decided Shot sounded right and it was in his best odds to tree him.

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Plus Shot up for the win of the 2016 Spring Junior Super Stakes!

The cast had walked away from Bill to score Shot's tree and the time ran out walking back!

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Congratulations to Shabel & Jones and to Jeff Stallard.

He finally broke the Super Stakes spell!!!!!
Please prepare yourself and your hound. Hunt the dog, read the Blue Book, and your Good Book!
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