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    Potomac River (Sept. 11-12, 2010)

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    Ring best BFL boater on Potomac River

    Boater Bruce Ring of Front Royal, Va., earned $4,531 plus a $2,000 Ranger Cup bonus as winner of the Sept. 11-12 BFL Shenandoah Super Tournament on the Potomac River.
    Batts winning co-angler
    12.Sep.2010

    Boater Bruce Ring of Front Royal, Va., caught a 10-bass total weighing 28 pounds even Sept. 11-12 to win $6,531 in the BFL Shenandoah Division Super Tournament on the Potomac River.

    Rounding out the top 10 boaters:

    2nd: William Shelton III, LaCrosse, Va., 10 bass, 27-6, $2,265

    3rd: Jeremy Southerly, Fulks Run, Va., 10 bass, 26-3, $1,511

    4th: Terry Olinger, Hume, Va., 10 bass, 25-14, $1,057

    5th: Michael Hall, Annandale, Va., 10 bass, 25-2, $906

    6th: Frank Ippoliti, Mercersburg, Pa., 10 bass, 23-15, $831

    7th: Wesley Harris, Rustburg, Va., 10 bass, 23-10, $755

    8th: Edwin Jackson, Marshall, Va., 10 bass, 22-14, $680

    9th: David Andrews, Fairfax, Va., 10 bass, 22-9, $604

    10th: Joshua Wagy, Dewitt, Va., 10 bass, 22-6, $529

    Batts winning co-angler

    Jimmy Batts of Raleigh, N.C., earned $2,266 as co-angler winner of the Sept. 11-12 BFL Shenandoah Super Tournament.

    Jimmy Batts of Raleigh, N.C., caught a 10-bass total weighing 20 pounds, 1 ounce Sept. 11-12 to win $2,266 in the Co-angler Division.

    Rounding out the top 10 co-anglers:

    2nd: Jacob Bumgarner, Monroe, Va., eight bass, 19-11, $1,133

    3rd: James Taylor, Ruther Glen, Va., 10 bass, 18-15, $755

    4th: David Williams, Fredericksburg, Va., 10 bass, 18-6, $529

    5th: Alan Price, Staunton, Va., eight bass, 18-0, $453

    6th: Vic Riveras, Newport News, Va., nine bass, 16-10, $415

    7th: Darick Brumbaugh, Fort Littleton, Pa., nine bass, 15-11, $378

    8th: Gerald Heffler, Chester, Va., seven bass, 14-11, $340

    9th: John Wolford, Ligonier, Pa., seven bass, 14-11, $302

    10th: Tony Toombs, Drakes Branch, Va., nine bass, 14-9, $264

    Coming up

    The next BFL Shenandoah Division tournament, the Regional Championship, is scheduled for Oct. 7-9 on the Potomac River in Marbury, Md. The top 40 boaters and 40 co-anglers from the Northeast, Piedmont, North Carolina and Shenandoah divisions have qualified for the Regional Championship, where the top six boaters and top six co-anglers will advance to the BFL All-American.

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