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The 1997 Great Western Tournament Series Results


This year the NPPL Las Vegas tournament joined forces with the Great Western Tournament Series to hold two tournaments the same weekend in the same location. For the Novice and Amateur 5 man teams in the Great Western, this meant a chance to meet and learn from the Amateur and Pro 10 man teams competing in the NPPL event. While some teams fielded squads in both events, most were not so daring.

 Also, adding a bit of fun for the Great Western teams who finished early, Dan Bonbrake (who, along with Russel Maynaard produced the GW event) put on a small stock class tournament providing rental stock markers, and some of the most entertaining games of the weekend. Players who had never played stock, let-alone pump hit the field with 10 round tubes and 12 gram cartridges. In one instance a player from Ground Zero charged his opponent. They each thought they had been eliminated, and didn't realize they were still in the game until they were standing 4 feet apart. This led to their running in a circle pumping madly to get off the first good shot.


What do all these numbers mean?

Listed below are the scores for the Novice and Amateur Divisions. First, the total scores for each team's preliminary round games are listed. The top teams in each division went on to the semi-finals. Also, the top teams not selected in the first batch, regardless of division, went on to the semi-finals as wildcard teams. Then the listings for the semi-finals are listed. The semifinal scores have a first number, indicating the score for that game, and the second number (after the slash) is the total score up to that point. The top 4 teams from the semi-finals went on to the finals to be ranked for placement.


Amateur Preliminary Rounds

Navarone - 812

Outta Control Red - 798

Outta Control Black - 750

Shockwave - 616

Outta Control Blue - 588

Sidewinders - 536

Dragoons - 524 - Wildcard

Marine Team Gold - 514 - Wildcard



Shockwave II - 514

Team America - 507

Marine Team Red - 503

Viper - 461

Who's Next - 422

Stryke Force - 404

Mojave Greens - 392

Desert Heat - 294

Knights - 251

Lofty - 222

Bob Long's Ironmen II - 206

Paint Rangers - 128

Amateur Semi-Finals

Marine Team Gold - 34/34  100/134  90/224 - 1st Place

Outta Control Black - 92/92  60/192  24/218 - 2nd Place

Sidewinders - 16/16  100/116  100/216 - 3rd Place

Navarone - 90/90  24/114  100/214 - 4th Place

Outta Control Blue - 90/90  92/182  24/208

Outta Control Red - 32/32  5/40  100/140 

Dragoons - 100/100  16/116  0/116

Shockwave - 34/34  24/58  0/58

Amateur Finals

Marine Team Gold - 100/100 92/192 96/288 - 1st Place

 Navarone - 24/24 100/124 92/216 - 2nd Place

Outta Control Black - 100/100 16/116 0/116 - 3rd Place

 Sidewinders - 0/0 32/32 22/54 - 4th Place
 
 


Novice Preliminary rounds

Lofty II - 750

Hostile Takeover III - 748

Sick & Twisted II - 674

Ground Zero - 670



NIB I - 666

Hammerheads - 638

Dazed & Confused - 612

Team Quest - 493

Jesters II - 484

Highlanders I - 462

Lunatic Red - 455

Tsunami II - 411

Storm A - 391

Warlords Brit - 386

Bounty Hunters - 361

Squires - 255

Phantom Force II Red - 252

LOD - 170

War Cry II - 49

Sudden Impact - 0













Area 51 - 830

Naughty Dogs - 786

Desert Raptors - 699

Space Herpes - 517 - Wildcard



Shockwave - 543

Turtles - 538

Bad Boys - 459

Team Blank - 440

Warlords - 440

Phantom Force IV Black - 430

Bad Disposition - 386

Lil Rascals II - 376

Warcry I - 348

Storm - 326

Area 51 B - 316

Fatal Swoop A - 315

CIA - 291

Sitting Ducks - 279

Highlanders II - 276

Team Everclear - 170









Hostile Take Over I - 879

Sick & Twisted - 824

Tsunami I - 730

Lil Rascals - 660



Wanna Beez - 567

NIB II - 566

Tropical Lightning - 538

Genesis Silver - 530

Shadow Company - 510

Ground Zero II - 502

Hostile Takeover II - 502

Marine Team Blue - 479

Team America Patriots - 448

The Family - 362

Lucky Strikes - 343

Ludicrous - 324

Jesters I - 295

WSPA - 270

Quest - 212

Tsunami A - 192

Novice Semi-Finals

Hostile Takeover III - 100/100  100/200  100/300 - 1st Place

Area 51 - 100/100  32/132  100/232 - 2nd Place

Sick & Twisted - 100/100  32/132  100/232 - 3rd Place

Tsunami I - 100/100  32/132  100/232 - 4th Place

Ground Zero I - 16/16  100/116  100/216

Naughty Dogs - 100/100  100/200  16/216  

Lofty II - 34/34  16/50  82/132

Lil Rascals - 100/100  0/100  26/126

Hostile Takeover I - 24/24  16/40  24/64

Sick & Twisted II - 32/32  0/32  24/56

Space Herpes - 42/42  8/50  0/50

Desert Raptors - 0/0  24/24  24/48

Novice Finals

Sick & Twisted - 90/90 100/190 90/280 - 1st Place

 Area 51 - 34/34 100/134 90/224 - 2nd Place

 Tsunami I - 90/90 8/98 0/98 - 3rd Place

 Hostile Takeover III - 18/18 26/44 26/70 - 4th Place


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