Down in Biloxi, MS, the Early Bird drew 3 K-Girls for the popular southern tournament. The Texas girls, Morgan McCormack and Valerie Goad came down as did Sandy Hass from Tennessee. Morgan won the Singles Cricket title and was runner-up in 501 Singles. She was also Top 4 in Mixed Triples. Valerie earned a Top 4 in Mixed Doubles 501, a Top 8 in Mixed Triples and finished Top 16 in Singles Cricket. They teamed up to win Ladies 501 Doubles and took Top 4 in Doubles Cricket. Sandy has been playing well but was disappointed with her weekend, finishing with a Top 8 in Doubles 501 and a Top 16 in Singles Cricket.
Three girls also turned up in Asheville, NC for the Fire on the Mountain event. Sandy Hudson had a strong weekend and swept both Cricket and 501 Singles titles. She also won Mixed Doubles Cricket and Ladies Doubles Cricket along with finishing Top 8 in Mixed Doubles 501 and Ladies Doubles 501. Sandy finished Top 16 in Mixed Triples. Candra Archbold was Top 4 in Mixed Doubles 501 and Ladies Doubles 501. She also finished Top 8 in Mixed Doubles Cricket
and Top 16 in 501 Singles and the Blind Draw.
Lora Josey came down from Virginia and was a bit under the weather but still managed to earn Top 8 in Mixed Doubles Cricket and Top 16 finishes in 501 Mixed Doubles, 501 Doubles and Doubles Cricket. Lora's big news came earlier in the week when she announced a 2 year partnership with Winmau. She looks forward to working with them to promote darts for disabled players here in America.
Kirsten McCandless found success in a local ADO qualifier while Kay Hoover and Corrine Stockton were playing electronic darts. Pam Briggs wasn't playing darts this weekend but was giving back to her community at a Charity Walk to raise money for Beacon of Hope. Pam and her sister Vickie Briggs organize a very successful yearly dart tournament which raised $9,000.00 last year. Their next Beacon of Hope event is scheduled for June 20th.
Title Reference : Jimmy Buffett - Biloxi