Tensions rose this afternoon as the 10-ball Division of the Great Southern Billiard Player Championships wound down to 6 players. On the one-loss side Scott Lewis took a quick lead against Ronnie Wiseman, after a fortunate Roll on the two ball Ronnie commented under his breath, “nice roll”, Lewis returned with, “don’t need your commentary”. This brief encounter seemed to fuel Wiseman and shake Lewis. As Lewis began to make critical mistakes Ronnie took advantage and won 6 games in a row, putting him on the hill at 8-6. Lewis tried to hold on winning the next game but was unable to grasp the win. Ronnie won 9-7 and now advances to play friend and road partner Tony “T-Rex” Chohan.
The Winner of that match will advance to play Shane Van Boening. In the same round Charlie Bryant defeated Mike Fuller 9-5. Charlie now advances to play Beau Runningen. On the winners side of the 10-ball Tournament we anxiously await the match to play for the hot seat between Shannon Daulton and Jonathan “Henessee” Pinegar scheduled to occur tomorrow Sunday November 23.
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In the Great Southern Billiard Tour One Pocket Division, Gabe Owen continues to show his dominance. Owen, a favorite in the tournament, has remained undefeated. He has defeated players such as Jose Parica 4-2, Larry Price 4-1, and today Shut out Wade Crane 4-0. Shannon Daulton on the one-loss side, took out Carlos Vieiera 4-1 and Sam Monday 4-2, but could not hold on to his streak and lost to Larry Nevel 4-2. On the winners side of the One-Pocket Tournament we can look forward to some exciting matches Charlie Bryant vs Cliff Joyner, Gabe Owen vs John Morra, Nick Varner vs Mike Davis, and Barry Rogers vs Leonardo Andam. Tony Chohan another favorite in the one-pocket division is still holding on after beating Scott Lewis in a hill hill match. Chohan is now waiting to play the loser of the Nick Varner Mike Davis match.
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