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St. Louis Open 1999
July 10-11, 1999

Amateur Division Results
Missouri Magic takes First Place!
Surge takes Second Place!
Team Energy takes Third Place!

Novice Division Results
Five Neat Guys takes First Place!
Pure Muscle takes Second Place!
We Ain't Right takes Third Place!

Top Gun Awards go to Galen Adams from Drop Zone in Lawrence, KS

The Sportsmanship Award goes to Bad Karma from Keokuk, Iowa


Midwest teams get their long overdue recognition with the introduction of the St. Louis Open. A 5 player competition, this event is hosted by X-treme Paintball at their new field in nearby Millstadt, Illinois. A player's dream, the site sits comfortably nestled under shade trees just minutes from St. Louis and includes two netted speedball arenas, five woods fields and two large ponds. The site contains level ground encompassing hybrid woods/speedball fields, and dirt mound fields providing excellent cover and concealment. For registration information, contact Lively Productions at 615-833-7376. Visit their site for more information.  Thanks to Darren Bahr and Gene J. for the prompt information!


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