Next Stop on the Joss Northeast 9-Ball Tour
The Maine Event XI
September 23-24, 2017
$1500/$500 Added
Entry Fee - Pro $120, Non Pro $70
Host: Steve Reynolds
T.J.'s Classic Billiards
60 Airport Rd.
Waterville, ME

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2016-17 Joss Northeast 9-Ball Tour Top 5 Points Leaders
(updated 6/7/17)

1st Nelson Oliveira 1395
2nd Bucky Souvanthong 1120
3rd Bruce Nagle 1110
4th Ron Casanzio 1100
5th Jeremy Sossei 970
Full Standings
 
 
 
Shane Van Boening
 
Van Boening is the Turning Stone Classic XXVIII Champion

Over the past three years, the Turning Stone Classic has been dominated by Jayson Shaw. Aside from a 7th place finish in January of 2016, Shaw had been unstoppable at this event. Shaw’s five wins were only one behind Johnny Archer’s record of six wins. For the better part of four days, it looked like Shaw would be matching Archer’s record at the 28th running of this event, held August 31st to September 3rd.

Shaw ran through the first days of this event unbeaten and relatively untested. Heading into his winner’s side final four match with Mika Immonen, Shaw had a combined record of 45 games won and 9 games lost. Immonen put up a tougher fight than any other opponent that Shaw had faced so far, getting to six games before Shaw won the match.

Matching Shaw’s run through the right side of the board, Shane Van Boening was making his way through the brackets with a tough run of matches against Danny Hewitt, Jeremy Sossei, and a red hot Donnie Mills. Van Boening came back from 8-7 down to defeat Mills 9-8 to earn his place in the hot-seat match.

The hot-seat match was typical Jayson Shaw, as he raced to an 8-0 lead before defeated Van Boening 9-3.

The loss to Shaw was only a temporary setback for Van Boening though, as he quickly dispatched Mills a second time by a score of 9-3, and the rematch between Shaw and Van Boening was set.

The final match started close with both players tied at 1-1, 2-2 and 3-3. From the 3-3 score though, Van Boening took complete control of the match. Racks 7 and 8 saw the two players engage in a safety battle and both racks were won by Van Boening. At the score of 5-3, Van Boening’s break fell into place, and the next time Shaw came to the table he trailed 10-3. A scratch on the break in rack 14 gave Shaw the chance to run a rack and get back to 10-4 down, but he then returned the favor and scratched on his break in rack 15. From there, Shaw seemed to lose his drive and Van Boening cruised to a 13-4 win and his third Turning Stone Classic Win.

Story by AZB Staff

Main Event Payouts
1st $8,000 Shane Van Boening
2nd $5,000 Jayson Shaw (Scot)
3rd $3,600 Donny Mills
4th $2,600 Jeremy Sossei
5/6th $2,000 each - Earl Strickland, Mika Immonen
7/8th $1,600 each - Bucky Souvanthong, Dennis Hatch
9/12th $1,200 each - Rodney, Morris, Joey Cicero (Can), Brandon Shuff, Johnny Archer
13/16th $850 each - Billy Thorpe, Ron Casanzio, Zion Zvi, Billy Lanna
17/24th $550 each - Brent Boemmels, Shaun Wilkie, Nelson Oliveira, Karen Corr, Dan Hewitt (Can), Dave Shlemperis, Jai Li, Jorge Rodriguez
25/32nd $300 each - Erik Hjorliefson (Can), Luc Salvas (Can), Mike Pettit, Matt Tetreault, Earl Herring, Marco Kam, Clyde Matta, Matt Krah

33/48 - Rhys Chen, Damon Sobers, Kevin West, Paul Rozonewski, Nick Brucato, Mark Creamer, Bruce Nagle, Elvis Rodriguez, Dany Normandin (Can),
Hendrik Drost, Caroline Pao, Kerry McAuliffe, Jean Therriault (Can), Kyle Pepin, Hunter Lombardo, Aaron Greenwood

49/64 - Sebastien Laramee (Can), Ivaylo Petrov, Brad Guthrie (Can), Norm Pomainville, John Moody, Gene Hunt, Gregg McAndrews, Jennifer Barretta,
Larry Phlegar, Rich Connors, Steve Fleming, Ranulf Tamba, Steve Lillis, Jason Hall, Dave Mills, James Conn

65/96 - Mike Nicoloro, Cleiton Rocha, Dave Mills, Chris Braiman, Dave Lebrun, Willie Oney, Holden Chin, Martin Daigle (Can), Marie-France Blanchette (Can),
Lida Mullendore, Jerome Rockwell, Dave Fernandez, Pat Fleming, Steven Winter (Can), Randy Labonte, Nick Coppola, Eric Cloutier (Can), Paul Pensgen,
Rick Grannis, Raphael Balverde (Can), Tom Peterson, Josh Rupard, John Francisco, Samoth Sam, Mike Yednak, Joe Sinicropi, Harry Chaggaris (Can)
Mike Andrews, Mike Perhach, Ed Culhane, Jed Jecen, Tony Antone

97/128 - Travis Arias, Fred Gokey, Mike Toohig, Jerry Crowe, Bruce Carroll, Doug Brown (Can), Rohit Aggarwal, Phil Harju, Ben Werblow, Sean Morgan, Josh Harding,
Keith Nelson, Devin Buttle, Steven W Smith, Ron Williams, Samantha Barrett, Keith Owen, Bob Cunningham, Tom Zippler, Chris Pyle, Sean Santoro, Frank Gaetani, Tim Parisian, Norm Wadden, Marc Dionne, David Callaghan, Jay Chiu, Ray Lee, Alvin Thomas, Charley Lamarche, Amar Kang, Borana Andoni

Second Chance Payouts
1st $400 Brent Boemmels
2nd $300 Hendrik Drost
3/4th $200 each - Jai Li, Steve Fleming
5/8th $100 each - Dave Mills, Ben Werblow, Rhys Chen, John Francisco

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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