Behnke Wins at Bulldog Billiards

Pechauer All-American Tour / Dubuque, IA

by InsidePOOL Staff

Adam Behnke surpassed his sibling in order to take first place at the February 21 stop of the Pechauer All-American Tour. The event, which was hosted by Bulldog Billiards in Dubuque, IA, boasted a $500-added purse and drew 24 players in a double-elimination 8-ball format on 7-foot bar boxes.  

Ron Pluym enjoyed an undefeated run to the finals.  In the A-side finals, master player Pluym clipped elite player Ryan Behnke 5-3.  Earlier, in the A-bracket semifinals, Pluym dominated Milt Eichman 5-1, while Behnke easily outpointed Nick Allendorf by a 7-2 margin.  

In the B-side bracket Milt Eichman ousted Don Boll on the hill at fifth place 4-3, while Adam Behnke edged Nick Allendorf on the hill as well at the same placement 7-3.  Behnke then eliminated Eichman at fourth place 7-2.  In the B-side finals, Adam Behnke stopped his brother Ryan’s march at third place 7-5.  The tournament finals went to two sets, as the once-defeated Adam Behnke took down Pluym in both sets, claiming the title by 7-4, 7-3 margins.

 

Adam Behnke surpassed his sibling in order to take first place at the February 21 stop of the Pechauer All-American Tour.

Adam Behnke surpassed his sibling in order to take first place at the February 21 stop of the Pechauer All-American Tour.

Results:

1st Adam Behnke $325

2nd Ron Pluym $245

3rd Ryan Behnke $175

4th Milt Eichman $135

5th Don Boll $50

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