Next Stop on the Joss Northeast 9-Ball Tour
January 21-22, 2017
$1500/$500 Added
Salt City Billiards
3707 Brewerton Road
N. Syracuse, NY
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2016-17 Joss Northeast 9-Ball Tour Top 5 Points Leaders

1st Nelson Oliveira 810
2nd Ron Casanzio 610
3rd Jeremy Sossei 610
4th Bucky Souvanthong 455
5th Bruce Nagle 420
Full Standings
 
 
 
Jayson Shaw
 
Mid Season Championship
Turning Stone Classic XXVII
Jayson Shaw Takes Ownership of Turning Stone

Jayson Shaw has just won the Turning Stone Classic for the fifth time in the last six attempts. We call that domination. And we call Jayson Shaw a player. Rarely do fans get to witness a player who is so hot. We saw it in Greenleaf and Mosconi back in their day, and more recently we saw it with Mike Sigel, Nick Varner, Johnny Archer and Earl Strickland and most recently with Shane Van Boening (whose streak is coincident to Shaw’s.) All of these players went through stages where they seemed to win everything they entered. And now we are seeing it with Jayson Shaw. The only question that remains is for how long he will be able to maintain this high level. Some burn out on it, others prosper in the heat.

Shaw defeated Rodney Morris in the finals of Turning Stone13-6. Rodney made a late comeback after trailing 7-1 but this one was in Shaw’s control the whole way. and with the exception of Shaw, Rodney Morris had a very good week. He defeated the likes of Dennis Hatch (9-7) and Amar Kang (9-4). He then lost the hot seat match to Shaw (9-3) and that sent him way left to take down Dennis Hatch with a convincing 9-3.

Then he had to go face Shaw again in the finals and that just didn’t work out well at all. Shaw jumped out to a large early lead and while Rodney fought back gallantly he just had too much road to get there by darkness and Shaw seated him in second place 13-6.

See more detailed coverage of this event in the upcoming Billiards Buzz.

Main Event Payouts
1st $8,000 Jayson Shaw (Scot)
2nd $5,000 Rodney Morris
3rd $3,600 Dennis Hatch
4th $2,600 Amar Kang
5/6th $2,000 each - John Morra, Thorsten Hohmann (Ger)
7/8th $1,600 each - Oscar Dominguez, Johnny Archer
9/12th $1,200 each - Sebastian Laramee (Can), Darren Appleton (GBR), Jorge Rodriguez, Jarrod Clowery
13/16th $850 each - Tom Theriault (Can), Joey Cicero (Can), Nelson Oliveira, Tom D'alfonso
17/24th $550 each - Phil Davis, Ernesto Dominguez, Del Sim, Spencer Auigbelle, Jereny Sossei, Hunter Lombardo, Karen Corr, Tom Zippler
25/32nd $300 each - Erik Hjorleifson (Can), Ed Saur, Dan Hewitt, Brandon Shuff, Eric Cloutier (Can), Luc Salvas (Can), Tony Antone, Bucky Souvanthong

33/48 - Kevin West, Marco Kam, Rob Sakell (Can), Cleiton Rocha, Chad Bowling, Nick Coppola, Jerome Rockwell, Elvis Rodriguez, Zion Zvi (Isr), Rick Sleeper, Holden Chin, Ben Crawley (Can), Sean Morgan, Hendrik Drost, Kyle Pepin, Ron Casanzio

49/64 - Jonathan Smith, Dave Mills, Mike Andrews, Jia Li (CHN), Geoff Montgomery, Ivaylo Petrov, John Vitale, Rich Connors, Martin Daigle, Gregg McAndrews, Jason Michas, Caroline Pao, Shaun Wilkie, Steve Lillis, Matt Tetreault, Bruce Nagle

65/96 - Roger Miller (Can), Mike Giurleo, Nick Antonakos, Samantha Barrett, Rob Staskowski, Damian Mancini, Luca Bares, Bob Cunningham, Nicole Fleming, Maxime Villeneuve (Can), Jennifer Barretta, Willie Oney, Steven W Smith, Mark Creamer, Bob Lewis, Steve Motilal, Mario Morra (Can), John Babravich, Joe Ziegler, Dwight Dixon, Matt Krah, Jim Udischas, Aaron Greenwood, Mike Toohig, Paul Pensgen, Joe Sinicropi, Justin Deon (Can), Paul Dryden, Dave Fernandez, Chris Braiman, Bill Cote, Mike Yednak

97/128 - Steve Fleming, Justin Muller, Mike Perhach, Adam Profitt (Can), Ron Williams, Randy Labonte, Dave Shlemperis, Frank Gaetani, Russ Randall, Fred Gokey, Mike Nicoloro, Jay Goyer (Can), Phil Harju, Dale Kimmett, Ryan Dacko, Brent Boemmels, Jerry Crowe, Dan Simoneau, Ed San Soucie, John Moody, Patrick Adam (Can), Tom Gildea, Lida Mullendore, Larry Phlegar, Jed Jecen, Brenden Croft (Can), Jim Romanowski, Robert Ferry,
Brian Trinci, Jamie Addessi, Greg Antonakos, Dave Pinkston

Our Second Chance event had 32 players (full field) with a total prize fund of $1,600.

Second Chance Payouts
1st $500 Spencer Auigbelle
2nd $300 Rob Sakell
3/4th $200 each - Chad Bowling, Phil Davis
5/8th $100 each - John Babravich, John Vitale, Steve Fleming, Dave Mills

Story by AZB Staff

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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