Sixteen Remain in Seminole Pro Tour Tournament at Bankshot Billiards
Seminole Pro Tour / Jacksonville, FL
A field of 53 players came out to contend for top honors at the Seminole Pro Tour’s April 10-11 stop. Hosted by Bankshot Billiards in Jacksonville, FL, and boasting a $7,000-added prize fund, the event has wound down to its final 16 players.
On the winners’ side, Steve Moore will meet Jeff Crawford Sunday. Moore had a first-round bye and then bested Jose Del Rio and David Grossman, while Crawford defeated Bobby Garza, Donny Runk, and Ricky Sanchez.
Also undefeated, Gabe “The Babe” Owen had a first-round bye and then sent Raoul Alvarez and Charlie Williams to the west side. Owen’s next match will be against Jerry Calderone, who defeated George McLanahan, Amy Chen, and Corey Deuel.
Tony “The Sniper” Crosby will face John Rouse in another winners’ side match Sunday. Crosby was responsible for sending Todd Anderson, Hunter Lombardo, and David Roth west, while Rouse defeated Enver Bosnjak, Ralph Eckert, and Jake Jacobson.
The final winners’ side match will feature Keith Bennett and Javier Chirino. To start off his tournament well, Bennett bested Johnny “The Scorpion” Archer and then went on to defeat Bobby Livrago and Tommy Kennedy. Chirino won over Sam Staats, David Crocker, and James Roberts.
Many fine players remain on the west side of the chart, including Deuel, Williams, Eckert, and Lombardo. Archer lost his second match to Mike Davis and is now eliminated, while Davis will face Shawn Putnam in the next round. Putnam suffered a second-round loss to Ricky Sanchez after besting Neil Fujiwara in the first round.
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