Three girls turned up in Chattanooga, TN were Sandy Hudson swept both Singles titles 3-0. In Mixed Doubles she had a Top 4 and another in Mixed Triples. She had a Top 4 in Ladies Doubles 501 and a 2nd place finish in Ladies Doubles Cricket. She played with Kryptonite Girls teammate Sandy Haas who also placed Top 4 in 501 Singles and Top 8 in Cricket. Nancy Jo Mize was also at the Choo Choo and she earned a 2nd place finish in Doubles 501. Nancy also was Top 8 in Doubles Cricket and Top 8 in Mixed Doubles 501.
Valerie Goad finished runner-up in the ADO National Qualifier in Waco, TX hosted by the Hotter N Hell tournament. She also finished 2nd in 501 Singles,
Ladies Doubles Cricket and Mixed Triples. Val also was Top 4 501 Ladies Doubles and Top 8 in Singles Cricket. Morgan McCormack won both Ladies Doubles titles and finished Top 4 in Mixed Triples.
Bette Cunningham and Pam Briggs were in Nashua, New Hampshire again, this time for the Seacoast Open. Pam took 2nd place in the Friday 301 Pro Shoot and Top 8 in Singles Cricket. Bette finished 2nd in 501 Singles, she made another great run to the finals as she did here a few weeks ago, but this time came up just short. She also had a 2nd place finish in 501 Doubles, a Top 8 in Doubles Cricket and a Top 8 in Mixed Triples.
Down in North Carolina, Lora Josey helped her team win 18-6 in Jacksonville, NC which secured the top Division ranking for the upcoming State Championships.
Last but certainly not least, globetrotting Marlise Kiel flew to her homeland to take in the Northern Ireland Open. She and her dad played Friday but made a quick exit in Mixed Doubles 501. Saturday she ran into the legendary Trina Gulliver in the second round of Singles 501. Marlise didn't play as well as she would have hoped and lost to the nine time World Champion. Sunday she was able to find a local girl to shoot with her in Doubles 501 and they made a nice run to finish Top 8. She was planning on staying a few days after the tournament to unwind and spend some time with her family.
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