Virginia Skirmishes – Innova Wins the Battles and the War

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Two Days in May
In Spotsylvania, it was a week of one day tournaments. Four, in fact, leading up to the A-Tier event, “Two Days in May”. Innova swept the Open division, with Brian Schweberger winning three events, Matt Dollar winning one, and Barry Schultz winning the “Two Days” event on the weekend. Brian played all five events, winning three, and Matt shot ten for ten 1000+ rated rounds this week and finishing in the top three at each event he played.

The Other A-Tier Results

In what could be a Pro Worlds showdown preview, Sarah Stanhope and Valarie Jenkins competed at the Bluegrass Open, with Sarah coming out the winner by six strokes. Avery Jenkins tied for second in the Open division.
On the other side of the country, Christian Dietrich was locked in a battle for first place at the Lilac City Open. He finally broke the tie with the hot round in the finals, to take home his first A-Tier win. Congrats Christian! Dave Feldberg came in third, Kyle Crabtree finished sixth, Tim Skellenger was seventh.
Innova took second, third and fourth at the First Class Challenge in Iowa. Paul Ulibarri grabbed second, followed by Garrett Gurthie and Paul McBeth. Kevin Babbit got second in Masters.

Winners Around the Country

Down South at the El Dorado Flight in Long Beach, CA, Bobby Musick won by nine strokes, while Ziggy and Philo tied for third. Devan Owens took the win at the Lake Bella Vista Open in Arkansas. And finally, in Colorado, Joe Rovere bested the field by six at Sakuna Matata.