Sullivan, IN -
Saturday April 08, 2017
The Final contestants of the 2017 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 \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: Shane Patton
Back Up Judge: Chuck Wells
Guide: Jared Lehman
Play By Play Reporter: Danny Cobb
Play By Play Announcer: Jarvis Umphers
Thousand Dollar Tip
Long Shots Dry Pond Dolly
Too Little Profit
Cast is on the way to the woods, they are headed east close to the Robinson area and it will be about a forty mile drive from Salem. They should be in some good hunting a will be turning loose a little after 8:00 PM
We are turning off the main road to the "honey hole" Should have hound music pretty shortly
Collaring up at 8:05
We have an issue with the hunting ground and they are going to move to a new spot. One thing is for sure, they have a bunch of good spots.
We have arrived at the new spot, should be in the woods shortly.
Cast is walking near a plowed field next to some pretty woods.
Turn-loose at any time: Dogs cast at 8:31 CDT.
Dogs are cast and Dolly is struck for 100.
Moving it pretty good.
Profit is struck for 75 and Tip for 50.
All three dogs have a track going in different directions: What else did you expect, this is PKC.
Dogs are still trailing in three directions, Sigman has already pulled out his long range anteana and Dolly must be futher than that CJ reports that the Profit is one mile away.
Gonna be some walking tonight.
Got some action: Profit is called treed for 100 about a mile in. The the first two minutes at up and cast is headed that way
Profit's tree is dead and there is no onw else there except him now.
There are eight cast members on this cast and all are now walking to the profit.
Sigmon wants to stop and listen, the judge asked him why, Reply was "I just need a breath of fresh air".
Profit is handled in a small patch of hardwoods. Looking for the evidence.
Didn't take long, Big as a nail keg and laying in the first fork. Plus him up:
Profit: 75+ Strike **** 100+
Dolly: 100 Strike
Trip: 50 Strike
Dolly is heard and Profit is recast
Six a working
Six got Dolly and Trip they are minus their strike
Profit is struck and is called, he is barkin in the same place and CJ just looks out across the woods.
Judge put Stationalry on him.
cast hears a dog they believe to be trip way in the distance, shortly they decide it is trip and he is struck for 75.
Profit is banging on a cold tree and stationary is placed back on Profit
They are still plalying that "six minute -- broke game"
The Profit treed for 100.
Profit is playing Russian Roulette with the two minute rule as the cast head that way.
Profit is handled on a good size tree'
He had this one too and he as opened up a lot of air between him and the rest of the cast
Cast is walking to the last place they heard Trip and have about 30 minutes left in cast.
Skx is now working on Trip.
Dolly struck for 50 treed for 100 and Mr. Garmin is calling it 1.1 miles to where she is.
Profit is struck for 25.
Getting a little closer to the tree but she has started two. The two minute rule got her and the cast is over.
The are in "gather up" mode, bet they are all whistle broke.
OUR TWO YEAR OLD CHAMPION IS TOO LITTLE PROFIT WITH C.J. THOMAS WITH 375 PLUS
SECOND PLACE WITH 50- IS TRIP OWNED BY A COMMITTEE AND HANDLED BY MARK SULLIVAN.
THIRD PLACE IS DOLLY WITH 200- HANDLED BY AUSTIN SIGMON.
CONGRATULATIONS TO EVERYONE ON A GOOD EVENT!!!!
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