Works, Ward and Crowe Win in Louisiana

Works, Ward and Crowe Win in Louisiana

March 10, 2003 - Joel

The second tournament of the year for the ASA was held March 7 – 9 in Kinder Louisiana. The competition is heating up and when all the scores where tallied, Pete Works, Kelly Ward and Tom Crowe won titles.

For many years, Pete Works shot in the Men’s Open Pro class. Last year, Pete decided to try a new challenge and switched to the Limited Pro class. After a year of learning, Works put it all together and won his first Limited Pro title. Works turned in a score of 460 points, which was five points better then second place, Charlie Owens. Third place went to Larry Goza with a score of 440 points. Team Mathews finished with nine of the top ten finishers. The rest of the top ten included: Gene Curry, 438 points, 4th place; Bob Besanceney, 429 points, 5th place; Joseph Goza, 381 points, 6th place; James Akins, 378 points, 7th place; Jeff Wilson, 378 points, 9th place and Jerry Watters, 373 points in 10th place.

In the Women’s Pro class, Team Mathews finished with the top 14 places. Leading the way was Kelly Ward. Her score of 474 points was enough to capture the top spot. Second place went to Linda Owen with a score of 470 points and third place was Connie Griffin with 446 points. The rest of the top ten included: Paige English, 445 points, 4th place; Christina Polish, 427 points, 5th place; Jennie Richardson, 391 points, 6th place; Jeanna Allbritain, 388 points, 7th place; Alicia McHenry, 387 points, 8th place; Susan Thompson, 386 points, 9th place and Ginger Morehead, 386 points in 10th place.

For the second time in as many tournaments, Tom Crowe won the title in the Senior Pro class. Crowe’s score of 476 points was 16 points higher then second place Randall Jones. Roger Thibault finished in third place with a score of 457 points. The rest of the top ten included: Jackie Caudle, 449 points, 4th place; Ronnie Smart, 449 points, 5th place; Phil Long, 400 points, 6th place and George
Dixon, 398 points in 10th place.

The Men’s Pro class saw seven Mathews shooters finish in the top ten. The top Mathews finisher was David Kerg, who finished in third place with a score of 490 points. Darrin Christenberry was 4th with a score of 488 points and Jeff Hopkins was 5th with a score of 478 points. The rest of the top ten included: Shannon Caudle, 420 points, 6th place; Colin Booth, 420 points, 7th place; Jack Wallace, 419 points, 8th place and Boyd Stroud, 417 points in 9th place.

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